The English outfit Blonde Bunny released a new track on the earlier this month.
How Do You Cope, Hope? is available via bandcamp.
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The French duo Kestekop II have a new EP set for release in the next few months, which I hope to be able to preview.
The latest video is – Initials B.B.
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From England emerge Echoic with a video for The Way You Are Made.
This resonates for its atmospheric contextualisation. Echoic has created a track which sets the mood of the piece along with a vocal that adds considerable emotional draw – for a quiet space of thoughts towards a relationship…
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Senopia, based in London – England , is Pia B (Vocals), Andrew B (Bass / Guitar / Programming / Vocals), David H (Drums) and Rich W (Guitar) an electro-rock band comprising members from Finland, Austria and England.
Electro-rock when in the hands of skilled creators can be a stunning space in which to spend time and the fact that I am writing about Senopia is a clue to my thoughts. Combining ability with a breadth of cultural influences enables the quartet to offer music with a broad wingspan.
The combinations of synthetic sounds and instrumentation gives the quartet an ethereal outline within which the compositions form solid blocks of being which flash across the brain. Another band to spend considerable time to allow the music to soak the brain. Senopia are able to portray their ideas inside tracks which never extend beyond their welcome, though flood the audience in considered deliberations.
For a moment of tranquillity the quartet offer an enticing spa in which to unwind as the smoke wafts around the room. My only surpise being that after nearly four years their profile remains subsumed. One can only hope that their debut LP Modern Squalor which came out yesterday will raise that profile to a far wider audience.
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From Russia Grenouer have made a new video for Golden Years available.
Whilst not immediately evident to the observer, there is often a symbiosis betwixt posts on the site. Written back to back last Wednesday and published a week apart are two Russian bands.
With a change of bass player – now Al Bolo – from the review in June, here is a different style entirely, with a similar thought process. This time, from St. Petersburg, taken from the twelve track LP – Blood On The Face – track two – Golden Years.
Blood On the Face – Grenouer is available on iTunes*.
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