New Year Ninety 2016 – 30 to 21

I would like to take the opportunity to thank all musicians be you: In the New Year Ninety; Whether I have reviewed your music – or not – you make the world a better place and please keep turning your thoughts to music. From thirty to twenty one on the readers selection for the New Year Ninety 2016.

Boys Of Terror - New Year Ninety 2016

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30. The Shorts (Australia)

29. The Scarlet Fever (Canada)

Collider – The Scarlet Fever is available on iTunes.*

28. Katie Caulfield (Poland)

27. Youth Club (England)

Brothers – EP – Youth Club is available on iTunes.*

26. Rakunk (USA)

Rakunk (EP) – Rakunk is available on iTunes.*

25. Jimi Sebastian Cricket Club (Sweden)

Lift the Darkness – EP – St. Jimi Sebastian Cricket Club is available on iTunes.*

24. Indytronics (Ukraine)

Scintilla Wave – Indytronics is available on iTunes.*

23. The Fixation (England)

Is That a Gun In Your Pocket Or Is This Date Just Going Better Than Expected? – Single – The Fixation is available on iTunes.*

22. Here We Harbour (USA)

Arrivals – EP – Here We Harbour is available on iTunes.*

21. Boys Of Terror (Sweden)

What Everybody Feels – Boys of Terror is available on iTunes.*

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Here We Harbour – Silent Cities – Audio

Here We Harbour, an alt-indie band from the USA, are set to release their début EP – Arrivals on the 13th.

Here We Harbour

Here We Harbour

Silent Cities, the last of the five tracks on Arrival takes listener on a journey that takes in Metal, US Indie, classic rock and melody in an almost four minute number. Here We Harbour don’t attempt to merge the changes one into the other, rather making each step a sharp definition and rather than this sounding like a series of unrelated chapters, they maintain a theme through the track that ensures the completed work makes for a song that is understandable and as importantly enjoyable.

As regular readers know I am not a great fan of the high-pitched screechy vocal that is associated with much of US indie, which doesn’t mean you won’t be either, but there is far more than that to the voice as it switches through tempo changes from melodious sympathy to venting spleen.

I have had a chance to listen to a couple of tracks on Arrivals, both offering a punchy core along with transitional movement and judging by those two Here We Harbour have something to say that is worth making time to hear and wish them every success with the EP.

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Arrivals – EP – Here We Harbour is available on iTunes.*

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