Posts Tagged ‘electronica’

  • Holy Fuck – Congrats

    Aug 29, 16 • Features, mp3's, News, Reviews, VideosComments Off on Holy Fuck – Congrats
    Holy Fuck – Congrats

    What drives Holy Fuck? Pure rhythm, hammered out at chest-caving speed. There are moments on Congrats where Holy Fuck do sound as if they're dragging music from the same realm Adebisi Shank acquired their inspiration and zealous, technicolour radiation of future-space-rock. ...

  • Ultra Panda – The New Bear EP

    Aug 17, 16 • Features, Introducing, mp3's, News, ReviewsComments Off on Ultra Panda – The New Bear EP
    Ultra Panda – The New Bear EP

    Still remaining in relative obscurity; France's Ultra Panda still haven't broken out of the underground. In fact, I'm betting they're even too obscure for the underground; they're hidden in the Upside Down. This group, comprising of three dudes, combine drums + bass + keys + voice to create their dizzy and turbulent sound...

  • The Black Queen – Fever Daydream

    Feb 23, 16 • Features, Introducing, News, Reviews, VideosComments Off on The Black Queen – Fever Daydream
    The Black Queen – Fever Daydream

    The Black Queen occupies a different space altogether compared to the guitar-smashing, flame-throwing extremism of a certain New Jersey mob of mathcore merchants. Puciato is joined by former Nine Inch Nails/Puscifer sound man, Joshua Eustis and former DEP (and Kesha) collaborator Steven Alexander to create the eclectic and electric rush that is Fever Daydream...

  • Anakin – Celestial Frequency Shifter

    Apr 23, 15 • Features, Introducing, News, ReviewsComments Off on Anakin – Celestial Frequency Shifter
    Anakin – Celestial Frequency Shifter

    You could be forgiven for becoming lost within this – Anakin (a four piece from San Diego, who have an obvious love of all things lightsaber and Millennium Falcon) create a world with their sound that will envelop you, should you stumble your way into its enigmatic universe...

  • This is a Review of the Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank

    Aug 25, 14 • Features, News, ReviewsComments Off on This is a Review of the Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank
    This is a Review of the Third Album of a Band Called Adebisi Shank

    The evolution of Adebisi Shank's sound is a remarkable one. Starting off as a cross between OXES and Don Caballero, they've burst through the template of instrumental rock, morphing, re-shaping and transforming Their unique, eclectic style is not of this earth - space rock dementia; a star collapsing, 1,000 spaceships powering up at the same time...

  • Girl Band – De Bom Bom 7″

    Aug 5, 14 • Features, ReviewsComments Off on Girl Band – De Bom Bom 7″
    Girl Band – De Bom Bom 7″

    The opening guitar-scrape on De Bom Bom is a crackling, guttural distort and feels more in common with the industrial pound and stuttering electronica of Black Dice or the bonkers psychosis of The Assdroids. ...

  • Big Ups/Live It Out/Le Galaxie – Singles round up

    Sep 19, 13 • Blogroll, Introducing, News, ReviewsComments Off on Big Ups/Live It Out/Le Galaxie – Singles round up
    Big Ups/Live It Out/Le Galaxie – Singles round up

    Three bands you need to get informed on right away – Big Ups and their punk rock styles, Live It Out and their basement-wrecking good times and Le Galaxie basically recreating all the music from Hobo With A Shotgun vs The Rocky IV soundtrack. Yes...