Blonde Bunny – Wishing Wells With Black Holes In Them – Video

The English dark-electro-rock band Blonde Bunny have been writing new tracks which will be appearing as live music videos.

Blonde Bunny - Wishing Wells With Black Holes In Them

Blonde Bunny

The first of which is the gloomy beauty of Wishing Wells With Black Holes In Them. An approximately five minutes song of slowly pacing brooding shadows that holds the listener in absorbed attention.

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Rival Island – Where She Was – Video

The US rock’n’roll outfit Rival Island return with yet another different soundscape in Where She Was.

Rival Island - Where She Was

Rival Island

Each time Rival Island feature they introduce a slightly different retro reference point to their material and the newest song to surface – Where She Was – is no exception with its infusion from ’50s rock’n’roll.

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Son Of Caesar – All I Remember – Audio

The Danish alt-folk project Son Of Caesar releases the LP Nothing Is What It Was in April 2018.

Son Of Caesar - Photo credit - Lasse Lagoni

Son Of Caesar – Photo credit – Lasse Lagoni

Revealed early (available as a standalone single on bandcamp) was All I Remember which will be the fourth of the ten tracks.

Prior to advancing towards the play button ensure you have a handkerchief nearby to dry weeping eyes as the sonorous voice leads the listener on an exquisite journey of longing and loss with the wistful melodies of guitar, keys and bass create sonic layers of drifting interwoven melancholia with percussion setting a sombre framework.

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Taylor Mac – Never Wanted You – Single Review

The US acoustic-rock project Taylor Mac releases the single Never Wanted You on the 17th through Russian Winter Records.

Taylor Mac - Never Wanted You - artwork

Taylor Mac – Never Wanted You – artwork

The listener finds themselves drawn, like iron to a magnet, as the stunning vocal wraps around the room.

The unhurried song, which is essentially only acoustic guitar and voice, is layered with inflection, melody and harmonies which belie the sparse framework creating an immersive composition and finds the audience wanting to hear more – though there isn’t, at this juncture any more than the one song (available on bandcamp) to discover, nor website or even social media page.

I am looking forward to coming back to Taylor Mac with enthusiastic anticipation.

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Bright Young People – So Confess – Video

The Welsh alt-rock trio Bright Young People released the single So Confess on the 10th.

Bright Young People

Bright Young People

Establishing themselves as live performance band Bright Young People are also able to find time to head to the studio to release new material and So Confess is a welcome addition to the catalogue.

The  combinations of grunge, brit-pop and rock’n’roll sear, like a branding iron, through the listener as the overdrive bass burrows through the speakers joined by a thumping percussion as the slowly unwinding guitar provides a loping reverb with the highly impressive vocal rounding out a track which attests to a trio with far to travel in the world of music.

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So Confess – Single – Bright Young People is available on iTunes.*

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