Arriving just in time for Halloween is the mysterious character known as “Yesferatu,” the topic of the brand new…
Listening to this latest album is something of a ceremony in and of itself. Phantogram’s first album, Eyelid Movies,…
Producer and remixer Adrian Sherwood has confirmed a handful of UK/EU shows including a show at The Jazz Café on Friday, February 21st. The performance will be a live audio/visual show celebrating his 35-year adventure with Lee “Scratch” Perry.
Rising London cinematic-electronic trio Komraus are set to release their debut album Untie The Ropes on February 15th but we’re streaming the whole thing here ahead of that date.
Los Angeles triphop/ambient rock/electronic artist Alezzandra has released a new track called “Bad Woman” from her new EP The Black Rose.
Neuchâtel, Switzerland dark pop trio dIVA have shared a full stream of their debut EP Sol, a week ahead of its release on Division Records.
South London’s LegPuppy is a terribly exciting electro punk quartet with an equal abundance of both energy and potential. Grab a download of the single “Selfie Stick Narcissistic Prick” now!
With the fast-approaching November 24th release of their EP Sol via Division Records, we’re debuting the “Lune” music video from Swiss dark pop trio, dIVA.
Hypnotic Dirge Productions seems to continually release high-quality albums from a variety of different artists. Many of the albums they release are by bands a little more, shall we say eclectic, with artists who like to experiment and push the boundaries of their respective genres.
The song “Concrete Ocean” from the upcoming Netra album entitled Sørbyen has been made available for streaming and free download. This is the second track to be made available from the upcoming album, following the release of the track “Wish She Could Vanish” a few weeks ago. This track however, stands in contrast to “Wish She Could Vanish” in that it explores the more black metal side of Netra, having a similar sound to Burzum’s Filosofem album in some parts in terms of the guitar sound and vocals while still retaining the trip-hop influences present in many Netra tracks. The upcoming Sørbyen album will see a release on the Canadian label Hypnotic Dirge Records in the Summer of 2012.
Arctic Monkeys have come a long way since their debut album Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not. Lead singer Alex Turner no longer chats into the microphone, as he recently put it, about “fucking taxi ranks” and actually sings now. Jamie Cook’s guitar playing and the stick work of Matt Helders is now less frantic and far superior in quality. Nick O’Malley’s bass has changed to a thicker tone than before, supporting a rougher and slightly psychedelic sound that the band now possess.