Posts Tagged ‘instrumental’

  • Cotillion – Korean Fan Death

    Nov 2, 16 • Blogroll, Features, Introducing, News, ReviewsComments Off on Cotillion – Korean Fan Death
    Cotillion – Korean Fan Death

    Cotillion are a two-or-three-piece band from New York via the Ukraine and really don't take themselves too seriously - from the myth-taunting EP title, to the bizarre track names such as Saturday Morning Elevator Trouble and splintermezzo. Yeah, you're in good hands. ...

  • HEADS. / Closet Disco Queen – Split 7″

    Mar 14, 16 • Features, Introducing, mp3's, News, Reviews, VideosComments Off on HEADS. / Closet Disco Queen – Split 7″
    HEADS. / Closet Disco Queen – Split 7″

    Excellent news everyone, HEADS. have recorded some new music and they've brought a couple of friends along for the ride. Crazysane Records is the new project by HEADS. bassist Chris Breuer and this split with Closet Disco Queen, is the first release...

  • And So I Watch You From Afar – Heirs

    Jun 21, 15 • Features, News, ReviewsComments Off on And So I Watch You From Afar – Heirs
    And So I Watch You From Afar – Heirs

    And So I Watch You From Afar are all about the good times and channelling that zealous joy through their instruments and into your awaiting ears. Heirs is in every single way a record that will make your heart swell; from the blistering frenzy of opening track Run Home to the pummelling air-drumming you'll be doing to A Beacon, A Compass, An Anchor...

  • Alright The Captain – Contact Fix

    Mar 19, 15 • Features, News, Reviews, VideosComments Off on Alright The Captain – Contact Fix
    Alright The Captain – Contact Fix

    There are sudden pattern shifts, time changes and deviations from the norm that make Contact Fix by Derby's Alright The Captain an exciting and fascinating listening experience. Opening track, Toaster Mouse, is built around a steady, squelching synth-bass line that rises and falls with giddy abandon, whilst the tappy-math rock guitar weaves trickery and pitch-shifting bite throughout...

  • 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...

  • Crap Crab – Crap Crab EP

    Jan 31, 13 • Features, Introducing, ReviewsComments Off on Crap Crab – Crap Crab EP
    Crap Crab – Crap Crab EP

    Band – Crap Crab EP – Crap Crab Label – Wild Animals Records Release date – out now Sounds like – Crustacean-core – I picked up this EP after seeing Crap Crab and the pelvis-shattering hip-shakers that are Sons of Guns last weekend at a local Philip’s Uncle’s Boat (PUB). Having seen them before and [&hellip...

  • “See you at the party, Richter.”

    Jun 6, 12 • Features, NewsComments Off on “See you at the party, Richter.”
    “See you at the party, Richter.”

    I’m going to dispel a possible preconceived myth straight away – The Richter Collective is not a faction of Michael Ironside-clones (however much some strange person would wish this to be true). In fact, it has nothing to do with the armless Total Recall villain; mainly because it’s an independent Irish record label, host to [&hellip...

  • And So I Watch You From Afar – Gangs

    May 25, 11 • Blogroll, Features, News, ReviewsComments Off on And So I Watch You From Afar – Gangs
    And So I Watch You From Afar – Gangs

    Band – And So I Watch You From Afar Album – Gangs Label – Richter Collective Release date – Out Now Sounds like – 7 Billion People All Playing Instruments At Once; GANG. – “This record exists because of people….these people keep us breathing, keep us inspired and allow this band to exist” Seriously, it [&hellip...