Fuzzasaurus – Got A Kick – Audio

Fuzzasaurus is a Welsh buzz’n’roll project.

Fuzzasaurus - photo credit Laura Jayne Shepard

Fuzzasaurus – photo credit Laura Jayne Shepard

Crank up the volume – open up the sub-woofers and watch the windows rattle as Fuzzasaurus fizzes out of the speakers in distorted and slackened bass whilst the percussion squishes in puddles of loosely tied machine loops – what is there not to enjoy?

Not attempting to be anything other than a project that revels in the pleasure of creating music and the listener is immediately infected by very joy of it all as the unpretentious compositions tumble through the ears and a prime example of why this site exists, to showcase musicians who add to the weave of the world for their innate ability to add to the tapestry without having to be anything other than themselves and I thank Fuzzasaurus for being as it is and long may the music continue to be as blurry.

From the most recent, eighteen track, LP Electric E​-​Rextion (available on bandcamp) the twelfth Got A Kick.

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Davidson – Whatever Lies Before You – Single Review

The Swedish heavy-metal solo project Davidson fairly regularly surfaces with new material.

Davidson

Davidson

The latest song to be revealed is Whatever Lies Before You. A thumper of a composition that hurtles out of the speaker festooned in pin-badges and fraying denim that finds the listener joining in with the extended bridge.

There is a delightful dampening that gives Whatever Lies Before You a softlight focus and earthy feel. The more it runs through the just under four and three quarter minutes play time the longer the audience wants it to last – whilst completely forgetting this is a band of one – not a full line-up of four.

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Paul Wilkes – Into The Blue – Audio

The English folk creator Paul Wilkes will be releasing the eponymous LP on the 2nd of June.

Paul Wilkes

Paul Wilkes

The compositions are led by combinations of piano and acoustic guitar often with a hushed synth or violin providing a soft brush to give the songs a more expansive air, all of which lays as backdrop to a voice which able to express emotional context to the pieces.

The approximately three quarters of an hour, dozen track, album is able to pull at the heart without leaving the listener feeling like an emotional wreck on its conclusion.

The eighth song is Into The Blue.

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Betty Pulls A Fast One – Swing Like Summer – Single Review

The English melancholic-wave duo Betty Pulls A Fast One recently revealed their latest track.

Betty Pulls A Fast One - Swing Like Summer

Betty Pulls A Fast One – Swing Like Summer

Frequently featured since the middle of last year Betty Pulls A Fast One always return to the table with a new idea.

In Swing Like Summer – one is minded of the sadness of Strange Fruit by Billie Holiday from 1939. Although there is approaching an eighty year time gap – though Billie Holiday was more explicit in lyric in Swing Like Summer that same sentiment of societal deconstruction is evident in the pianoforte led ballad that lays wrapped in the ears long after the notes have faded in to silence.

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Pretty Pistol – Come On – Audio

The English new-wave quartet Pretty Pistol released their début EP Bones recently.

Pretty Pistol - Photo credit Amanda Rose Photography

Pretty Pistol – Photo credit Amanda Rose Photography

Again apologies to you for the delay in getting to this, as it has been hanging around in my email inbox for a few weeks.

Pretty Pistol fire out of the speakers with a sound that immediately has the listener pogoing as the pressured pulsing drum pummels the ears around which a grungy bass and guitar pile on the punches, overarching it all is a superb vocal that is able to draw out the underlaying frustrations with its ranging invective.

A band I am sure I will be coming back to frequently and by way of introduction the last of the four tracks on the EP – Come On.

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