The Chilean dreamwave sextet Non m’importa della luna released their début LP El Fin del Mundo y Antes del Amanecer on the 15th.
Non m’importa della luna
With a wide spread of instrumentation, including electronica, percussion, guitars and violin along with changing vocalists enable Non m’importa della luna to deliver multilayered compositions in to which the listener becomes immersed as the quiet intonation slips from the speakers.
From the eight track plus four remixes album (available on bandcamp) Dream Inn is the fourth.
The Brazilian electro-lofi project Electric Light Pulp released the LP I’m Not Here on the 13th.
Electric Light Pulp
An eight track album of instrumentation and electronica which has dour air which slowly envelopes the room in a grey shroud like a thick fog, leaving the listener encased in a ghostly soundscape that flickers dark shadowy figures which are never fully revealed.
The fourth of the eight tracks on the LP (available on bandcamp) is Who Am I?.
The US sad-folk creator Julien Baker releases the LP Turn Out The Lights on the 27th of October.
Julien Baker – Turn Out The Lights – artwork
The first song to surface from the album – Appointments, the second of the eleven tracks, is a haunting composition of strings, keys and vocal that remains in the mind for some considerable time after its completion.
The US grunge duo No Kill released the single Eddie Vedder on the 14th.
Drenching the room in guitars which sound as though they have been soaked in wet grass for a week there is a sublime whiff of damp meadows as the scuzzy guitars sheer across the ears to the accompaniment of pulsing drum that slaps through the ears as the shadowed vocal hovers above the fray like a condor hunting on the thermals in the Andes.
After a two year break since 2015 a couple of songs have arisen this (available on bandcamp) and one can only hope they are now firmly back on track.
The English slogaze outfit eyewash released their début eponymous two track single yesterday.
eyewash – eponymous single – artwork
An appropriately named outfit, who are a month or so out of the starting block, as the listener does get the sense of blurry vision as shimmering instrumentation, fuzzy electronica, padded percussion and hazy vocal slowly rotate through the room binding the audience within a gently placed web of entrancing music.
The B side of the single (available on bandcamp) is purl.