Pacing between leisurely flows of slacker and fulminating newwave Pardoner are able create themselves a wide open space of difference as distortion, low-slung guitar strings and bustling percussion flood in to the room.
From the ten track album (available on bandcamp) the title and penultimate song.
As signposted back in May the US rock ‘n ‘roll quintet Sheer Mag released the LP Need to Feel Your Love on the 14th.
A good place to start with the fourteen track album (available on bandcamp) is the opener – Meet Me In The Street – with its driving heavy-metal soundtrack prefacing of an almost three quarters of an hour of engrossing compositions.
The US dream-rock project Sea Span releases the EP Natural Subjection next month.
The first track to surface Red Classic Dress is a more ethereal soundtrack than material previously featured with a rolling drum providing the pivot around which glimmering guitar and spectral vocal revolve in a song that has the air of sadness hanging through the just under three and a half minutes of its duration.
The US burbling-rock trio Youth On Soda surfaced with a new track last week.
Youth On Soda
Whilst of connection with previous material featured with its speaker challenging bass line in Playgrounds, Youth On Soda, slow the pace to entice the listener with gracious combinations of throbbing bass and deep percussion in which the listener sinks in to the puddle of loosely tied skins with an evaporating vocal spinning through the room. Then out of an unexpected corner hurtles an urgent guitar to discombobulate the gyroscope and the song takes on a new dimension of growling predator agilely consuming the unwary – akin to an Owl alighting upon prey.
The US indie-dream duo Rival Island released the single Start Again on the 12th.
Rival Island – Start Again – artwork
The latest track to surface (available on bandcamp) continues the theme of their last feature with a hazy flow of blurry guitar that fills the room with feel-good factor as Rival Island invite the audience to slow-step with a partner across the dance-floor with a nod to the finest of ’50s rock’n’roll.
Those of sharper eye for detail may have noticed that the accompanying artwork for the single is entitled See You There – one can only cross fingers and toes in expectation that this sign-posts a new LP is on its way.