An intriguing combination of three guitars, bass, drums, vocals and synth allows TrueHeights to deliver music which, whilst derived in metal also has a foot firmly anchored in indie dance, enabling them to create tunes with a distinctive point of difference.
The first song to appear from the EP, which is also the first of the five tracks on Days We Found, is Exit Route.
The US indie-rock band Twin Peaks released their latest single of the series Sweet ’17 Singles on the 6th.
Twin Peaks – photo by Carolina Faruolo
With an ever greater touring schedule Twin Peaks realised they would be short on time to get in to the studio and record, so earlier in the year decided they would put out a two track single each month as a means to showcase new songs the last of which is In The Meadow / We Will Not Make It (Not Without You).
In The Meadow finds the band in a more trippy mood than much of their other material with a luscious palette of backwashed reverb and echo drifting through the room.
Hurling through the speakers, minding of an overhead drone filming commuters and relaying it double speed, the listener is delighted by the compression and expansion of gnarly composition, which to best enjoy does require moving any furnishing out of the way and turning volumes to more than they are accustomed.
A grunge influence seeps through the Going Out enabling Tusky to deliver a song which has the texturing of launching furious headbutts in to a sponge as the powerful roaring raucous rock is balanced by extended reverberating layering and thereby softening the spikiness of the knuckleduster encased fists which are the foundations of the song.
The English indie-rock quartet Riscas released their latest track Right Kinda Day within the past few hours.
It is of little surprise Riscas are rapidly gaining visibility and Right Kinda Day can only boost that development.
The music soars in to the room carried on highly impressive guitar work, prior to flowing inside a warm melodic vocal with the percussion gradually geeing up the tempo and compaction, which slowly builds to the full layering of rhythm and lead guitars interweaving in luxurious texturing with bass tying everything together and the listener is encased in a calmly delivered, though highly active and unforced interplay between all the elements of the band, which leaves the audience not particularly aware of the hard work under the bonnet, akin to a swam furiously paddling, whilst serenely gliding over a lake.