The England based alt-rocker Johnny Brock released the LP Labrador on the 11th.
Delivered through a gauzed filter the compositions on the approximately twenty three minutes, seven track, album (available directly from the Johnny Brock website) have a softened measure which permits the emotive context of the songs to find greater expression.
The songs are well executed, balancing the stark structure of the framework, with a depth of texturing the doesn’t overwhelm the initial thought process though adds an intrinsic context for the listener to find more to takeway.
My selection from the release is the antepenultimate and most uptempo on Labrador – perhaps least typical of the overall release given what is written above – Reasons After Reasons.
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Gian Luca & The Oak is an England based alt-folk project.
Gian Luca & The Oak
Drawing reference point from US southern-folk Gian Luca & The Oak delivers music which has an unexpected upbeat lilt to it as a wide plethora of instruments cheerfully trot around the room.
The début LP The Flowers Never Grown (available on bandcamp) is six tracks of easy to engage foot-stomping and by way of an introduction – the penultimate – The Pale Lady From The Coast.
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The England based dystopian-EDM creator Astrid Gnosis releases the LP Agnosis on the 24th.
Within the past four hours the second of the six tracks on the album – Troll – was made available.
Reaching in to the deepest recesses of the listeners cerebrum, in Troll, akin an aural descriptive of the works of Huxley, Gnosis infects the mind with a brooding critique of a societal malaise in which the populace acquiesce to their own brutalisation.
I would add – do grab Agnosis from bandcamp – do turn up the volume and sub-woofers prior to hitting play.
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