Their first release “The Album Paranoia” is one of the most repeated albums this year – a refreshing blend of experimental rock, 90s alt-indie, grunge, kraut and fuzz, perpetually shifting from melancholy to hysteria and back, dark and dreamy as we love it.
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”
As for a week with three concerts and with Suuns melodies still echoing in the head I cannot avoid writing this first live review for repeat magazine in the end. Hypnotic was the first impression when the Canadian quartet hit their first tunes on the stage of Control Club in Bucharest. The wafting bassContinue reading “Suuns live @ Control Club Bucharest”
Big news coming up! The New York noise rockers will be back soon with a new record and on tour! A Place To Bury Strangers will release a new album called “Tranfixiation” on February 17th via Dead Oceans records. Their fourth full-length will follow up the 2012 “Worship” and the “Strange Moon” EP from 2013.Continue reading “A Place To Bury Strangers announce new LP”
Lola Colt is a six-piece who came together in legendary London to create their psychedelic fuzzy shoegaze-influenced music. “Gun”, their infatuating singer actually moved from Denmark to London to indulge in its music scene. Highly inspired by film is not only their band name: “Lola Colt” is a 1967 Spaghetti Western, subtitled “face to faceContinue reading “Interview with Lola Colt”
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”
After their fifth studio album “Raven In The Grave” in 2011 was created as a true concept album – namely a symphony of darkness – the Raveonettes are returning with their recent release “Observator” to sounds resembling earlier episodes of their career. This is not an accident as the producer of this recent release, RichardContinue reading “The Raveonettes – Observator”