The Brothers Caged is a classic-rock band from the USA.
The Brothers Caged
Found in the studio as a duo and in live performance as a quartet (plus one) – those who know the band will fully understand their inside humour of the + one of Adam Douglas.
Taking the listener back to the early ’60s prior to the development of heavy synth-driven rock which resulted in much fracturing of the genre rock The Brothers Caged deliver music steeped in multifarious layering of guitar which circles the room in rich melodies met with punching bass / drum work with vocal folding in the open spaces affording the music an expansive ebb and flow in which the synapses tempo, giving the music a trippy-feel.
The latest song to surface is OBJECTURE! – which is possibly the third reveal from what appears to be a slowly developing album with the working title – Closer As Time Goes By.
The more perspicacious longer stayed readers will have noticed that each of the previous two articles and this one are marginally out of normal cut-off point and I apologise for my poor administration once again becoming an unnecessary and undesirable fulcrum.
The US based erotowave collaboration SCERE are currently finalising details for their début EP.
The duo of Ged Denton and Coral deliver music of triphop texture which is best engaged with a partner and eyes blindfolded by thin purple velvet bindings whilst massaging one another’s bodies with warm oil as their début single Because I caresses the earlobes.
Dark waves of industrial electronica nibbles tenderly on the neck whilst the gothic vocal draws fingernails across the torso.
Sadly with only one song to hear this is merely a very short foreplay lasting less than four and a half-minutes and I am looking forward to the fuller length EP – for now – I can only best suggest – put the song on loop when hitting play.
Best to find a comfortable spot to relax and listen the latest track – FUEGO – which drifts through the room in a unhurried melting loops, supported by a pumping bass which pulses in shifting pace whilst the becalming vocal drifts through the ears.
The US indie-rock band Twin Peaks released their latest single of the series Sweet ’17 Singles on the 6th.
Twin Peaks – photo by Carolina Faruolo
With an ever greater touring schedule Twin Peaks realised they would be short on time to get in to the studio and record, so earlier in the year decided they would put out a two track single each month as a means to showcase new songs the last of which is In The Meadow / We Will Not Make It (Not Without You).
In The Meadow finds the band in a more trippy mood than much of their other material with a luscious palette of backwashed reverb and echo drifting through the room.
The US futurist project The Corrupting Sea released the EP Looking To The Stars on the 6th.
The Corrupting Sea
As part of the five in five series though Silber Media, demanding of musicians to encompass five different ideas within a five minute time frame you would be correct to assume the challenge is an ongoing endeavour.
The Corrupting Sea picked up the gauntlet and in Looking To The Stars (available on bandcamp) has been able to encapsulate from a rocket launch to encircling a distant galaxy with in the parameters.
The middle track is fifty nine seconds of Keeping Time In Hibernation.