The Cathode Ray – Nowhere At All – Video

The Scottish alt-rock quartet The Cathode Ray first featured earlier this year.

The Cathode Ray - Photo by Hugh Womersley

The Cathode Ray – Photo by Hugh Womersley

From the LP Infinite Variety – the third of the eleven tracks –  Nowhere At All.

Infinite Variety – The Cathode Ray is available on iTunes.*

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Dexters – Stay Strange – Video

The English indie-rock band Dexters release their latest LP We Paid For Blood on the 25th of September.

Dexters - We Paid For Blood - artwork

Dexters – We Paid For Blood – artwork

From the album – track three of the twelve – Stay Strange.

We Paid For Blood – DEXTERS is available on iTunes.*

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Cape Lion – Oh Girl – Video

The Swedish indie-synth duo Cape Lion released the LP Corinth on the 21st.

Cape Lion

Cape Lion

The second of the six tracks is Oh Girl.

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Corinth – EP – Cape Lion is available on iTunes.*

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Forebear

Scott Goldbaum (Vocals / Guitar), Molly Rogers (Viola / Vocals / Keys), Mike Mussleman (Drums) and Nick Chadian (Bass) – from Los Angeles in the USA form the alt-rock band Forebear.

Forebear - alt-rock from the USA

Forebear

There are some days that one just feels as though they must be in a moment of maturity and today is such an animal in my life as not for the first time I write a full review of a group of musicians who compose music which seeks concentration to achieve most value.

Forebear take drops of classics, rock and frustrations of life to produce music which feeds the brain with a mesmeric soundscape of evolution.

The viola affords the quartet the opportunity to add flourishes of impetuousity without it deflecting from the direction of travel as the band deliver material which has a natural flow akin to the tides. Additional spikes of key allows for an introspective feel to the movements as the drum keeps up an incorrigible pace to which bass maintains the sense of urgency. The guitar is not lost in the thread of the material as it is given space to spread chords betwixt the activity occurring, providing the pivotal point, whilst the vocal provides the context of the out-put.

An intriguing band that deserves the wider world to invest time to get to know them better.

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