The Scottish nu-disco outfit Park Planet revealed a new track within the past twenty hours.
Through is a further track to be released which is sign-posted as coming from the tale of the long projected second album, with the working title Rebel, Rebel.
The song has a more electronic and jazz influenced layering than much of their material that has featured over the years, with instrumentation playing a backdrop with a draw that minds of Ashley Reaks though of divergent process in which Park Planet take the listener on a trippy-step around the dance-floor in its just under four and a quarter minutes duration rather than a bleak journey of disquiet.
The German dark-folk creator Prag 83 is scheduling an LP for February 2018 release.
The new album is a follow-up to the dystopian LP Metamorphoses from 2016.
Judging by the first song to appear from the forthcoming album – Roads – which was itself released as a stand alone single this month, it indicates of an LP of equally dark shadows with its ethereal presence casting a chill through the room.
Danielle Martin is an acoustic-soul creator from the USA.
The combination of delicate instrumentation, be it pianoforte or acoustic guitar, and richly expressive vocal gives the music a compelling lustre which holds the listener steadfast as delicate fronds of instrumentation lays the filigree around which the vocal weaves a tapestry of multifarious texturing.
From the recent LP Wanderlust – the penultimate track of the seven – How Much I Care For You.
On hitting play on their latest single Every Man Is A Pyramid Scheme (available on bandcamp) the listener can easily convince themselves there are more than two players in Faux Bandit with their headbanging rock of tight riffs, driving percussion and snapping vocal.
Fast creating a stir in their local live circuit, Every Man Is A Pyramid Scheme, can’t but help to underline their abilities and open new opportunities. Necessarily, retaining a tight reign in studio performance, the listener is drawn to the conclusion that Faux Bandit is a band to see on stage as even through the speakers the fizzing energy is palpable while the switched on lyric and musical delivery sear through the room.
It was back in 2015 that 吉田ヨウヘイgroup last featured and whilst there is similarity in sound their music has become even more logarithmic in construct and the listener finds themselves pulling out a slide-rule just to remind themselves they can still remember how to use one whilst calculating the relative distribution of the flute, tenor and alto sax, piano, bass guitar, clarinet, bass clarinet, vocals and drums contained within the album, while always tuned in to the absorbing compositions which draw fractals around the room.
The second track of the dozen tracks on the LP is トーラス.