It is a couple of years since the indie-rock quartet Indytronics from Ukraine last featured.
Their most recent track Shark finds Indytronics allowing themselves wide space in which to investigate their material and one can’t help but be drawn to recalling the sound of Gary Numan in which the quartet are able to discard synths to deliver equally as generous landscape and a testament to their abilities.
Performing under the moniker MK-Ultra and regularly revealing new material – sometimes alone other times in collaboration – the latest track (as I type on the 15th though may well not be when this is published on the 19th) is working with Leon Milk, who those of longer stay will recognise from an introduction back in 2012 of The Milk Bar.
Removal Vans For Gaddafi is a scathing commentary of global affairs revolved around by a dreamy soundtrack.
The English dark-gaze quartet Dark Horses were introduced at the tail end of last year.
Glass Horses – Soon Enough
Continuing to reveal new material, the most recent track to surface – Soon Enough – is a brooding fuzzy composition that gradually coats the room in an oppressive blanket of hypnotic gauzy droning layers and is another fine composition by Dark Horses.
Pilgrims’ Dream is an indie-folk project from England.
Occasionally songs surface and the most recent is Live Your Life.
A just over four an a half minutes of stirring acoustic guitar, keys and percussion stomps through the room while the calm harmonised vocal adds a soft brush to Live Your Life giving the track an intriguing balance and the extended bridge which appears about half-way through the song and again at the close splits the composition in to distinctive elements.