Thomas Truax with Brian Viglione – Feelin’ Bad For Dracula – Video

Thomas Truax from England teamed up with Brian Viglione to release a single for Halloween.

Thomas Truax & Brian Viglione - Feelin' Bad For Dracula - artwork

Thomas Truax & Brian Viglione – Feelin’ Bad For Dracula – artwork

A video for Feelin’ Bad For Dracula accompanies the release.

Feelin’ Bad for Dracula – Single – Thomas Truax & Brian Viglione is available on iTunes.*

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Dona Onete – Moreno Morenado – Video

Dona Onete from Brazil released the LP – Feitiço Caboclo last year.

Dona Onete

Dona Onete

Track four of the eleven – Moreno Morenado, was captured in live recording.

Feitiço Caboclo – Dona Onete is available on iTunes.*

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Hands – Take It All – Video

Hands from the USA released the ten track LP Synesthesia last year.

Hands - Synesthesia - artwork

Hands – Synesthesia – artwork

The closer on the album is Take It All – from a live recording earlier this year.

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Synesthesia – Hands is available on iTunes*.

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Indra’s Net

The alt-rock quartet of Alex Scurlock, Ed Llewellin, William Reade and Luke Ingram from Leicester in England form Indra’s Net.

Indra's Net - alt-rock from England

Indra’s Net

Reminding of a yacht battling the currents around Drakes Passage Indra’s Net has an fascinating isolation tossing against towering waves as the music steels itself against a world in opposition and the ears can’t help but lock on to the titanic struggle. The quartet utilise sharply strung damped guitars to provide strings which cleave the ears like a cheese wire and the audience transfixes on a bobbing cork that no-matter what is thrown at it, will sail onwards.


There is a sublime beauty to the compositions which combine a frailty with a steely determinism as the percussion minds me of a deep-set keel forcing a buoyancy and momentum despite the darkness over which Indra’s Net gallantly sails, a vocal stretching the chords tops the mast like a bosun, confident of direction, whilst peering through the mist. For the very vagaries of the concepts, combining frail edifices with a rudder that is steadfastly set on a course to follow, so the mind just becomes a supporter of the underdog battling the odds and it works for its very imagery.

Did you get the impression that I liked Indra’s Net? You should – and this exactly the sort of band who make my life a joy, thank you guys and keep doing what you do.

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