The Germany based EDM project of Phoebe Guillemot – RAMZi released the LP Pèze-Piton on the 6th.
A nine track album (available on bandcamp) of melting compositions which encase the listener in wraps of tightening bonds of drying wet leather from which they have no desire to escape, rather to enjoy the constriction which results in the forehead bulging veins whilst struggling for air.
The Australian indie-dance quintet Tapestry are finalising the details for an EP set for release in early 2018.
An expansive vocal enables Tapestry to deliver a sound which soars through an impressive and extensive vocal range set against a mellowed back drop of breezy fretboards as the effervescent drum-kit sparks energy.
The Australian stoner quartet Jarface released the LP Now They See on the 8th.
Best approached whilst rubbing your tympanic membrane with gravel prior to hitting play as during the ensuing a minute over three quarters of an hour of the ten track album (available on bandcamp) matters only get more stony.
The loosely strung drum skins puddle inside their own rims as the bass gnaws, like a rat, through the electric cables with the guitar sparking in and out of focus while the whisky soaked vocal draws on another cigarette prior to rasping through the speakers – how could I not recommend you add this immediately to your ‘must have playlist’.
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 Danish garage-rock quartet Tin Can Telescope released the single Scorch Your Face today.
Tin Can Telescope – photo by – Magnus Hyltoft Thomsen
Scorch Your Face (available on bandcamp) is a thumping rock’n’roll number that has the audience delightedly dancing around the room as a thrubbing bass bounces against the spring percussion with guitar skipping through the ears and the vocal, which spins through the ears rounding out a song that sadly only lasts for two and two thirds minutes.
Having had the opportunity to listen to their back catalogue I can attest this is a band to bring out to play anytime life needs an injection of positive energy.