Taking vague reference from maths-rock the music that Kovax produced has noticeably sharp angles to the out-out which merges with heavy-metal structures allowing the quartet to create some clear-water for themselves in a crowded market-place.
By way of an introduction from the four track EP, If There Was Ever Any Doubt, which came out earlier this month and is available on bandcamp – Waves.
An intriguing mix of ’90s britpop and ’60s psychedelia is merged in to one construct with SlowHandClap who deliver their music in alignment with the band name, though far from the listener also waving them away finds themselves totally engrossed in the melange of ideas.
Flat tones are merged with flowery countenance delivering music that finds the listener twiddling with settings, prior to settling on everything – be they tweeters, sub-woofers, bass, midi all set at maximum extension and it all works perfectly in their latest track Vertigo, which has been sitting in my email inbox since the latter part of last month, for which I apologise both to you and to SlowHandClap. Perhaps it is I who deserves the band moniker for tardy delay not they – to whom I extended profuse applause and look forward to coming back to again in short order.
Combing instrumentation and synthetics Cousin Kula in their latest track – What You Know – deliver an ambient hue in which the listener finds themselves nestled on gentle bedding as the music calmly spreads wings, casting soft shadows through the room, which ease away the trials and tribulations of the day.
Queen Zee & The Sasstones is an English new-wave quartet.
Queen Zee and the Sasstones
Fast establishing themselves on the live circuit their recent début single Sissy Fists can do nothing other than to cement their audience and grow a wider fan-base.
The speakers sound as though they are being filled with crashing rocks as Sissy Fists hurtles in to the room in a fury of strung out guitar and throbbing bass, as an equally ill-tempered drum-kit harrying the audience, with a superlative vocal spitting in the ears. An industrial drum rolling bridge gives the track, which lasts for less than two and a half minutes, room for a razor-wire finale.
The English stoner band Inevitable Daydream released the LP I Will Get To The Sky On These Strong Legs today.
Inevitable Daydream – I Will Get To The Sky On These Strong Legs – artwork
Probably best to block out a few hours recovery time before hitting play as, akin to the band name, there is an Inevitable Daydream that will linger far longer than the composition.
Sludgy psychedelia muddies the thought processes as the fourth of the ten tracks on the album (available on bandcamp) Deep Green revolves through the mind in bending chords and meandering directions of travel.