The rumble-foot project Pray for Triangle Zero revealed the LP Pastel Seascape on the 17th.
Pray for Triangle Zero – Foundation
Rumble-foot as a musical genre you may be wondering of what that means. If you are listening through MP3 or Earphones – listening – won’t help you. Though for the rest of us who listen to music through multi-speaker systems – remove all footwear before hitting play and the definition will make perfect sense as the sole of the foot oscillates on the flooring to the pulsing ergonomics.
What better place to start on the fifteen track release (available on bandcamp) than the opener – Foundation.
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Connor O.R.T. Linning is a Canadian dystopian-metal creator.
Connor O.R.T. Linning
Bludgeoning open the speakers a fractious stampeding roar launches in to the room, leaving the listener cowering in the corner as the threshing wall of industrial wrecking-ball lays all before it to waste. Turn up the volume and watch the walls turn in to liquid as the songs stream across the landscape.
The roughly twenty five minutes of the recent ten track LP Stranglehold (available on bandcamp) is highlighted by the sixth Only Revenge.
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The US lo-fi project Soccer Mommy releases the LP Collection on the 4th of August.
The unadorned production allows Soccer Mommy to reveal music that has immediate connection with the listener as instrumentation and analogue synth surround vocal with an output that reflects on bittersweet moments on life.
From the eight track album (available on bandcamp) Out Worn is the fourth.
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The US indie trio The Nightmare Police release the EP Loosing The Light on the 9th of June.
A five track release (available on bandcamp) in which The Nightmare Police deliver both punchy indie-rock and emo infused contemplatives. Whilst ground that has been much trodden, nonetheless, the trio are able to offer a refreshing take providing the listener with roughly fourteen minutes of enjoyable songs that isn’t time wasted to get to know.
The closing track Where Were You is a fine display in which the trio are able to vary tempo and temper with clean and energised drum-kit surrounded by a hustling bass and guitar which is given space to deliver expressive rips and roars with vocal merging in to the overall composition.
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Within the past dozen hours the Canadian swing-rock outfit From Gemini released their eponymous EP.
Tipple the speakers to upper volume to best enjoy the output as registers of upper notes and lower beams sling their hooks across the room in a luxurious soundscape of finely fingered twitching guitar notes which slip inside and out of meandering octave and delay pedals giving the music considerable direction of travel as the thumping percussion and bass threaten to break the sub-woofer through which the vocal fights for space for its own intervention – though far from sounding like an idea of disparate concepts – it all lays in narrative which has the listener entranced.
From the EP the second of the five tracks – Better Days.
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