One of our most repeated bands, Holy Wave released “Adult Fear” on The Reverberation Appreciation Society and will tour UK and Europe this August & September.
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On repeat: Palm – Rock Island
Palm is our first, greatest and latest discovery and instant music crush in 2018!
Repeat of the week: Exploded View – Exploded View
Annika Henderson-fronted Mexican-German supergroup Exploded View put out their stunning debut album August 19 on Sacred Bones Records. Their self-titled LP is characterzied by an addictive drive -unleashing a powerful fusion of dark, post-punkish, dubby, lurking, dreamy and moody tracks.
Repeat of the week: Vaadat Charigim – Sinking As A Stone
The repeat of the week is Vaadat Charigim’s second album “Sinking As A Stone” – the perfect balance between luminous shoegaze, washed-out dreampop and the sweet gloom of melancholy. Although the music is full of layers of guitar delays, little passages of noise effects and overdrive, in the same time the songs are composed withContinue reading “Repeat of the week: Vaadat Charigim – Sinking As A Stone”
on repeat in 2014 – repeat magazines best of (and worst of)
Besides the albums that were reviewed on repeat magazine there were plenty of others on repeat. Here repeat magazines list of albums that were on repeat in 2014! And read what was repeated, but failed in the worst disappointments list. Angel Olsen – Burn your Fire for no Witness Great woman, great voice, raw andContinue reading “on repeat in 2014 – repeat magazines best of (and worst of)”
Pharmakon – Bestial Burden
On her second album the 25 years old New York based singer and sound experimentalist Margaret Chardiet aka. Pharmakon uses the body’s sound spectrum to express the revolt of an organism against itself. Together with synthetic sounds, machine noise, tribal drums, threatening synth bass, zombie-like screams, and a load of frightening noise she created withContinue reading “Pharmakon – Bestial Burden”
Le Butcherettes – Cry Is For The Flies
Le Butcherettes are back, after front woman Teri Gender Bender was composing and touring with Bosnian Rainbows, on the side of Omar Rodriguez Lopez, she returned to her own band that is performing since 2007. And since 2007 Le Butcherettes stand for extreme performances, bloody stage rituals, ecstatic dances, housewife dresses and stained aprons crossedContinue reading “Le Butcherettes – Cry Is For The Flies”
Interpol – El Pintor
Interpol sound so timeless “El Pintor” that you could think of this music having been released ten years or seven years ago and you would not feel any difference. Are these just some found tracks from back then? But let’s look and listen to the details. It’s made in 2014. The music just doesn’t seemContinue reading “Interpol – El Pintor”
Ty Segall – Manipulator
One month of studio time with producer Chris Woodhouse ( who also produced Thee Oh Sees and !!! and Wild Flag) means a lot to quick and busy bee Ty Segall. It resulted in his first double album, a powerful compilation of 17 songs that put together everything likeable about the highly productive musician inContinue reading “Ty Segall – Manipulator”
The Raveonettes – Pe’Ahi
Surprise release – this is what you would call the sudden appearance of the new The Raveonettes album after they promoted their first single “Sisters” and offered it for free download on their website. The opener ‘Endless Sleeper’ carries us back into the past The opener ‘Endless Sleeper’ beams us backwards in time, to the antecendentsContinue reading “The Raveonettes – Pe’Ahi”