One immediately, on hitting play, finds oneself slinking back to the ’80s with the soundtrack.
A dozen track LP Off The Screen (available on bandcamp) was released earlier this month – which takes the listener of a journey through A Flock Of Seagulls via Human League to Ulravox without ever once sounding like a pastiche.
The Welsh alt-rock trio Adwaith are due to release an LP imminently.
In advance of the album a AA side single is due for release on the 25th of August.
Singing in both Welsh and English Adwaith transpose experiences of daily life facing both overt and and casual sexism with powerful rebuttal through their quietly laid compositions, which don’t seek to drive division, rather recognition of cohesion, laid to melodic laid-back tracks which weave their way in to the audience like an intravenous injection.
The Italian electro-rock trio March Division are finalising details of an EP due for release later in the year.
It has been a couple of years since March Division last featured, which is the reality of the fact that they have been burrowed away contemplating of new ideas and a different sound, rather than my own omissions.
From the forthcoming EP Pale Noon discovers the trio in darker countenance than material previously featured as the sultry layering of the track fills the ears with a beat to enjoy on a submerged club dance-floor with purple hued strobes, briefly alighting on others perspiring torsos, throbbing through the room.