Arising from slumber, the South African new-wave trio, The Medicine Dolls reminded themselves they had a new EP to live launch within a couple of hours of this article being written on the 24th.
The Medicine Dolls
Although this doesn’t appear until almost a week later, due to publishing schedules, sorry one and all – Form the Sick Like Paradise EP – L.
As those who have been here since the earliest foundations will recall when I introduced the site on the original URL last decade with the first post – back in the late ’70s when I first performed in a band – we got together for the first time for a practice and four hours later were playing on stage in South London – so you will perhaps understand why I particularly enjoy The Medicine Dolls – if only for their own carefree enjoyment of playing music with little fanfare or preamble.
For the best of the most genuine musicians from around the world, I find it hard to believe that Emerging Indie Bands on Twitter has many curations who surpass.
The reggae-hop creator Elisee Akowendo from Ivory Coast, currently based in Israel, released the single I Dey Shina on the 10th.
A three and just under a third minutes of tightly packed percussion and vocal which is interspersed with synth noises-off and choral backing voices gives I Dey Shina a generous dance-tempo that captures the listeners attention with its changes in pace and atmosphere.
ADAM TK is a Kingdom Of Morocco based ambient-wave creator.
Recently relocated from Sweden ADAM TK revealed the latest track V2 within the past twenty hours – the second in a series of the ten concepts in the V series.
Reflective of the open spaces and vastness of the night-sky V2 was formulated in the darkness of a mountain village delivering a soundscape in which the listener envisages a still-frame narrative of stars passing overhead.
Excuse Me Misbehaviour is all that has made The Medicine Dolls an outfit who readers enjoy hearing from.
The just over four minute track creates its own echoes, sounding as though it is being served from a deep cellar in a song which swirls around the whirlpool of varying levels of lo-fidelity sound and the listener finds themselves regretful only that they don’t too live in Cape Town to join them in live performance.