Wonderscore – Dirty – Single Review

The English funk-hop quartet, Wonderscore, released their début single Dirty on the 16th.

Wonderscore

Wonderscore

Reflecting of a world in which opportunity for personal expression and development is curtailed by the heavy hanging curtains of proscribed acceptable behaviour patterns.

Wonderscore, rather than being stalled, seek to discover a different route by which to escape the drudgery, in a track that bounces from brick wall to brick wall and rather than becoming more flattened takes more optimistic tenor as the instrumentation and synthesis echo between multitudinous vocal, prior to descending in to a ridicule of the irrelevance of the parameters within which they are coerced to exist.

Too new off the ground to have a website or social media page, which is often the reality of Emerging Indie Bands articles – I leave you with the introductory track by WonderscoreDirty.

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Ellis Cloud – Born In The 20’s – Audio

The Italian indie-groove project Ellis Cloud released the LP Born In The 20’s on the 17th.

Ellis Cloud

Ellis Cloud

A ten track album which runs for roughly thirty two minutes and throughout its duration the listener can’t help other than join in with the beats whilst smiling broadly as Ellis Cloud delivers music to start the party. Of more import this is music in which the listener can glean both physical exertion and mental exercise as the one thing it isn’t is wallpaper paste.

Comprehensively written tracks are curled by complexities of instrumentation, changing pace and a expressive vocal in which the cerebrum can alight as well as the limbs; lungs and heart.

My selection being the ska booted, seventh and title track Born In The 20’s.

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Born In the 20’s – Ellis Cloud is available on iTunes.*

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InderPaul Sandhu – Money Ain’t A Thing – Video

The English sardonic hip-hop creator InderPaul Sandhu released the single Money Ain’t A Thing on the 16th.

InderPaul Sandhu

InderPaul Sandhu

Reworking an age old adage that chasing coins for the sake of disporting how many coins one owns doesn’t not make for much else than a shallow shell of moral corruption and ultimately a wasted life.

Whilst not particularly taking a swipe at the 1%, the song evokes that a wealthy life comes from pursuing an inbuilt burning desire and for some, though not of import, fiat currency does follow too – in an uplifting and ultimately optimistic composition.

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Money Ain’t a Thing – Single – InderPaul Sandhu is available on iTunes.*

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Rosen – High Tech Low Life – Single Review

The English glitch-hop quintet Rosen revealed their latest track within the past couple of hours.

Rosen

Rosen

Scything through the vicissitude of the late ’10s where to ignore those with whom one is in physical connection to eschew them for the far greater importance of pixelated and binary code of internet connection is deemed as normality and far more ‘interactive’.

Merely by title alone – High Tech Low LifeRosen are able to elucidate their anger, which they are able to transpose to a satirical, rather than vehement, commentary with a pulsing bass flooding through the room as the snarling vocal snaps at the heels whilst the guitar rasps through the ears meanwhile the drum-kit jars the jaw, rounded by the synth which protests that codecs are really the most appropriate.

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High Tech Low Life – Single – Rosen is available on iTunes.*

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PLYMOUTH FURY – Melted – Audio

The French fulminating-rock trio PLYMOUTH FURY released the EP テープ (Tape) on the 13th.

PLYMOUTH FURY

PLYMOUTH FURY

Fuzzy passages press against the inside of the speakers desperate to escape in to the room resulting a soundtrack that minds of a swarm of angry hornets buzzing around and the only thing to do with an angry swarm is to be entranced by the intricacy of the furious bodies and so it is with PLYMOUTH FURY. Prior to approaching the play button ensure everything is a loud as it is able and stand back for the assault.

These are a trio of highly capable musicians, as, whilst they are able to maintain within the four tracks on テープ (available on bandcamp) an intensity of pressure they are equally able to to deliver a mesmerising clarity of construct leaving the audience merely able to gawp in admiration as the inescapable flight of barbs pierce the skin. The penultimate track Melted being my pick of the release.

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