On the 2nd of February 2018 the US retro-rock project Gyasi will be releasing the LP Peacock Fantasies.
The first song to surface from the album has also been released as a stand alone single, which is the last of the six tracks on the LP – Sugar Mama – that spears directly out of the golden age of UK rock’n’roll with its glittering bravado and unfettered self-confidence underpinned by technical competence – as the listener is minded of Marc Bolan.
Other than head to the make-up bag to paint the face my only other advice being ensure the air microphone is to hand to accompany the music and turn up the volume – then hit play.
Lo-fidelity is conjoined to blurry soundscape and the listeners will polarise in to two distinct mind processes: One, the vast majority I would think, to run away in panicked horror as fast as possible; I trust you are of the other thought and will take time to tarry with a musician who extrapolates the core of the narrative of a world which has regressed in to one in which every action is likely to be met with someone else who professes they have taken affront, akin to a baby bawling that they need immediate attention, resultingly the music is a conundrum of conflicting process.
I do implore you to take time to take a listen to the extensive back catalogue over the past year.
Serving as an introduction to Pillowsnake the closing song on the recent six track LP Inoutinoutinoutinout (available on bandcamp) All Devouring Black Hole Loan Sharks.
Sammy Maximin is an electronica creator from the USA.
Spreading winds broadly the range of styles encompassed are wide, taking in hip-hop, synthwave, soul, electro-rock and much more along the way, yet wherever the spotlight is shining the creativity is undimmed and thereby never leaving the listener feeling shortchanged rather discovering their day lifted.
The most recent EP The Wedding Process encapsulates the breadth of influences with each of the five tracks refracting of a very different facet. My pick of the release being the electro-rock influenced middle number – Ex-Friends (Gone).
Best to find a comfortable spot to relax and listen the latest track – FUEGO – which drifts through the room in a unhurried melting loops, supported by a pumping bass which pulses in shifting pace whilst the becalming vocal drifts through the ears.