𝕕𝕠𝕦𝕓𝕝𝕖 𝕖𝕩𝕡𝕖𝕣𝕚𝕖𝕟𝕔𝕖 concentrate on creating music which plays as a back drop commentary to RPG computer gaming and their latest track, Oh Listener Mine, (which was released on the 27th of April, holds specific reference to the game Destiny and the characters Ahamkara who are apparently space-dragons.
Computer gaming – I have no idea – is Oh Listener Mine a song to add to the playlist? The fact I am asking you to listen to it, provides the answer – an affirmative and is a song that stands on its own merits for those of us who wouldn’t know an xbox from a playstation, but do enjoy music with bite.
Bring Me Down, which is the second of the five songs on the EP, is a tauter construct than music of their previously featured and is highlighted by the snapping drum-kit which is sharp enough to cut paper.
The US nu-soul outfit Future Loves Past are finalising details of the release of the LP Dreamcrusher.
Future Loves Past – Photo by Ian J Wajand
A couple of songs from the album were revealed late last month (available on bandcamp) as the AA side single Cha Cha Boom / Let You Go, my pick of which is Cha Cha Boom with its laid-back hip sashaying rhythm.
The English alt-rock trio Peur release their début LP Explorer on the 4th.
Like a fine wine ageing in the bottle the trio have taken a few years to release their first album and it transpires to be have time well spent.
When first introduced in 2015 Peur were on the cusp of releasing the five track EP Future Architects and somehow that release title has become prescient as the eleven track album is their first multi-track release since and it does demonstrate a band who have built on their sound and skills over the years.