New Year Ninety 2016 – 50 to 41

Reaching the half-way mark of the readers New Year Ninety for 2016.

Voodoo And The Crypts - New year Ninety 2016

Voodoo And The Crypts

50. Galvarino (USA)

Double – Single – Galvarino is available on iTunes.*

49. thexperience (England)

48. Voodoo And The Crypts (England)

47. Seven Waves (Ukraine)

46. Bottlecock (Australia)

45. Bopek (Philippines)

44. Lower Cut (Greece)

Off My Head – Lower Cut is available on iTunes.*

43. Albert Bagman (USA)

42. Feral Kizzy (USA)

Slick Little Girl – Feral Kizzy is available on iTunes.*

41. Fat Heaven (USA)

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Band of the Month – June 2015 – Editors’ Choice

As another month closes, it is time for the Editors’ Choice for band of the month. My thanks to all the creators who take the time to send me through music to consider. From Australia….

Bottlecock - band of the month - Editors' Choice - June 2015

Bottlecock

Bottlecock.

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Bottlecock

Bottlecock is an experimental sludge trio from Brisbane in Australia, comprising Flynn (Drums), Kerley (Bass) and Murphy (Guitar).

Bottlecock - experimental sludge from Australia

Bottlecock

With tracks ranging from fractured, approaching quarter of an hour, flights of fantasy, to directed pieces at under three minutes Bottlecock have something to offer anyone with an interest in the obscure. This is music to take out for a lengthy run, with a mind seeking to soak up some startling landscapes.

The underlying droning bass is shorn by a guitar that cleaves its way through the soundwaves as a munching percussion bubbles in obstinance, to which sparse lyrics float in eerie delivery. With their first releases coming out in the past year Bottlecock have been able to put together an impressive array of sounds that are well worth investing the time to get to know.

The underbelly of discordance is pulled together, with compositions which seem to have no direction of travel forming delightful moments in time and when the listener gives the tracks the room needed they form completed encapsulations which bear immediate replay.

This is a trio I look forward to hearing much more of over the coming years.

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