A welcome follow-up to the 2104 release Boredomtapes (available on bandcamp) the title track of the forthcoming album has a more luxurious carpet in which the listener is able to rest their laurels as the unhurried, tad over four minutes and twenty second of Hypnoseas undulates through the room, discovering the brain pulses in unison with the fragile texturing which floats around the ears.
The English nu-disco duo King Catcher have surfaced with a new track.
Golden Planchette features their signature pivoting electronica which gives the material its sense of joint articulation and pulls the listener closer to the speakers.
With a growing list of stand alone singles behind them, I am hoping King Catcher will soon reveal a collection of songs in one release as this is music which is best enjoyed whilst snaking hips under strobed lights in extended play.
The US agit-rock collective The Future is Pointless released their début and eponymous EP last month.
The Future is Pointless
The oppressive cloak that descends in to the room is made more gloomy by the distortion that fizzes through the speakers.
The approximately seventeen minutes of the five track EP are intriguing slabs of sound with influences of dark rock and dubstep both being evident, allowing The Future is Pointless to deliver a soundtrack, that while settling on an industrial landscape is speckled with glimpses of funk giving the material a discombobulation that suits to a tee the nature of the subject matter.
The middle number is Mother Fucker and my pick of the release.