Someday I Will Miss You – Nine Days – Single Review

The Croatian synth-weave project Someday I Will Miss You has featured regularly over the past approaching three years.

Someday I Will Miss You - Nine Days

Someday I Will Miss You

The latest track to surface – Nine Days – which was revealed earlier in the month is the lightest of texture thus far to appear, yet, rather running away in afeared countenance Someday I Will Miss You is able entice the listener back and unveil a track that becomes ever darker in temperament as it progresses through the just over four minutes construct.

As the crystal glass shatters across the room, so the refracted colour spectrum shines through the visual field and underplayed malcontent comes to the fore, resulting in the listener being encased in cloths of many colours in which they are invited to rest upon a throne to contemplate the soundtrack.

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Prins Obi – Anatolian Rock – Audio

The Greek alt-rock project of Prins Obi released the LP The Age Of Tourlou yesterday.

Prins Obi - Anatolian Rock

Prins Obi

A fourteen track album (available on bandcamp) that casts an acerbic eye on the world around.

The opening song is Anatolian Rock. For those of geographical and geo-political interest which, if you are a regular reader, will be well aware – I am a keen follower. Anatolia is a region of disparate melting pots of different thoughts and by title alone a decent reflective of the sentiments of The Age Of Tourlou. As an aside I did at one point in time have an Anatolian Shepherd Dog named Galen as company as I travelled in Western Asia during the latter end of the last Century – but enough of all that – the song and why you should get to know the LP.

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Atlas Wynd – Mona Lisa – Single Review

Atlas Wynd is a gaze-rock duo from England.

Atlas Wynd

Atlas Wynd

With just a couple of tracks around, that I have been able to hear, the most recent of which Mona Lisa was released as a single earlier this month digitally and the two tracks will be available as a 7″ AA side Vinyl on the 28th, I am already looking forward to hearing more.

The duo are able to belie the sparsity of players as the music is steeped in thick, soft, piles of texture. It is of little surprise they are keeping themselves busy on the live circuit as their ability to know one end of a song from the other enables them to encircle the listener in a melting flow of music that courses its way through the arteries, slowing the heart-beat and relaxing the mind with their dreamy delivery.

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I’ve Had Enough/Mona Lisa [7″ VINYL] is available on Amazon.*

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Ceiling Demons – March Forward – Audio

The English dark-hop outfit Ceiling Demons are currently putting together an LP for release later in the year.

Ceiling Demons

Ceiling Demons

Ceiling Demons have no concern in bringing in unexpected instrumentation to add the appropriate atmosphere to their compositions and from the forthcoming album – March Forward (available on the NARC. eleventh birthday compilation LP via bandcamp) – brass gives the track its sombre tone in a eulogy of loss within which the catharsis finds, in the latter part of the track, bowed strings marking a change in sensibility with brightly sparkling keys also surfacing as the composition concludes with a sense of acceptance and optimistic renewal.

Having also had the opportunity to take a listen to their catalogue which dates back to 2012 – and it is worth time so doing – (available on bandcamp), as Ceiling Demons have grown in self-belief and ability, so their music has equally developed greater confidence and stature.

As more detail of the forthcoming LP surfaces, I will aim to keep you informed.

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Call The Sun – Wiracje – Video

It was back in 2014 the Polish indie-synth quartet, Call The Sun, last featured.

Call The Sun - photo credit - Justyna Prus Photography

Call The Sun – photo credit – Justyna Prus Photography

Their latest single, Wiracje, was released on the 18th. Call The Sun are able to invest in their output a shadowy presence, which raises the bar from, what is at its core, indie-dance to compositions of multi-layering giving their music, with its combinations of electronics and instrumentation, a sound in which the listener can find plenty to investigate and discover emotional pull as the lyric contemplates of memories of special moments, be they good or bad, that add the richness of life’s tapestry.

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