The Australian alt-rock trio Sebbi The Yeti released the LP Sitting Under A Tree on the 14th.
Sebbi The Yeti
An eleven track album (available on bandcamp) which is full of different flavours from softly brushed folk to rock ballads in which the trio invite the listener to settle back in their favourite arm-chair and allow the music to wash away the irritations of daily life.
My selection is the third song – Work Of Art which trots around the room on an engaging drum beat.
With only a couple of tracks around, both of different countenance, the most recent Savage Bitch is a darkly loping track that takes the listener deep in to the underground with a beguiling juxtaposition between its acerbic lyric and sensuous synths.
The opening ‘Amazing Grace’ on the video is a scene setter and not the sound of the track – let it play through the introduction – which doesn’t last long.
dome hall is an alternative jazz quintet from England.
The addition of saxophone and keys to the line-up of instrumentation allow dome hall to take the listener on unexpected travels of sound as they combine rock underlays with folk influences to deliver music that seemingly expands as it emerges from the speakers as the tracks soar elegantly through the room.
The latest track to surface is Sugarray which is approaching five minutes of luscious gliding texturing.