The Greek retro-surf project centred around Eleni Karageorgou – Post Lovers – releases the AA side single Melbourne / Going Anyway on the 1st of August.
Those of longer stay would be right to tie up the idea of a double A side single by a musical act from Greece being release on the 1st of the month with the monthly 2017 celebration releases by Inner Ear Records to mark their tenth anniversary as part of the A Distant Victory Singles Club series.
Available via bandcamp – Going Anyway can’t do anything than make the world seem a better place for its existence.
The English RnB creator Bella Barton is planning to release the début LP 10 Songs later in the year.
The first track to surface from the album Daughter was itself released as a single today. A bossa-nova influenced number that has a brooding temperament in which Bella Barton is able to showcase a captivating vocal in a song that casts wary eye in a world of casual and endemic misogyny.
A musician, on the basis of the début track who has far to travel in the world of music and I wish Bella Barton every success.
The English melancholic-rock trio Swine Tax release the single Empty Life tomorrow.
A winding guitar gives the track (available on bandcamp) a soft velvety texturing through which an urgent bass and percussion bustle with a wistful voice topping off the just under four and third minutes of the song that builds in intensity through its duration.
Having spent the past year and a half establishing a regular local live performance circuit their regular releases will, if justice is served, secure them a wider reach.
Within the past twenty four hours their newest track – Creep Inside – was launched and to best engage with by burying your head within a couple of speakers and turn the volume up until your ears are bleeding from feedback – then and only then – hit play.
Like a mischief of rats running around the room the three and a half minutes track scurries back and forth in an every flowing thread of sharp teeth, glittery eye and silky coat akin to an oiled dancer lithely wrapping limbs on a stage – oh and just kick those speakers to ensure they are churning out maximum wattage.