Uptown Electronics is a dark-electronica project from Finland.
Generally working as a duo they do from time to time add additional players as appropriate in Post-War Love Song – Mia K is the additional vocalist.
The gloomy recesses of the room appear as sunlit fields, on hitting play, as the oppressive roll of Post-War Love Song, the title track and opener of the three on the single that came out earlier this month, rumbles through the speakers wrapped in velvety layering in which the audience finds themselves hypnotically drawn.
An email that has been sitting in my inbox since last month, sadly, so I am a tad late to this and my apologies.
The Finnish acoustic-indie-folk band Good Omens are finalising details for the LP All The Moving Parts.
Good Omens – Photo by Pauliina Jokela
Their fleet of foot compositions are influenced by both indie dance and folk resulting in tracks containing swooping melodies which gather up the audience in welcoming embrace. From the forthcoming album – Silent Spring is a roughly five minute number which showcases their style.
The ambient experimental-electronica project Multicast Dynamics based in Finland releases the LP Continental Ruins on the 27th.
From the fourteen track album (available through Denovali Records) Frequency Modulation is the eighth.
Creating music from analogue synthesizers, effects units, looped recorded sounds – sequenced on a computer and finally mixed on an analogue desk – Multicast Dynamics always creates tracks of intrigue in which the listener can stretch their imagination.
The Finnish melancholic-metal band Vorna released the single Tie Varjoista on the 5th.
The music that Vorna produces leaves the listener with the sense of a dark folk tale unfolding and once having hit play the audience wants to settle down for a lengthy session in their brooding presence with Tie Varjoista (available on bandcamp) being no exception.
Having last revealed an LP just over a year ago – Ei Valo Minua Seuraa (also on bandcamp) – I hope there is a follow-up on its way shortly.