Vitalii Cherniavskyi is a Ukrainian ambient-wave creator.
Prior to the 16th there was no music, today as I write there are seventeen tracks, each of very different texturing, while having in a common a world-music bonding, by the time this article is published I would not be in the least surprised if another slew of material had surfaced.
Revealed on the 28th was Future In The Past and absorbing nu-classics reprise.
The US alt-indie musician Jackson Davis released the 701 EP on the 27th.
Although only five tracks and less than twenty five minutes in duration, the EP (available on bandcamp), is able to to take the listener on an extended emotional journey. Unrestrained joy is counterbalanced by drifting melancholia, enlightened meditative contemplation usurped by dour introspection with the music laying as diary entries to moments in life.
The closer, which serves as a summation of what has preceded, is Something Else.
The Swiss djent sextet Mycelia will be releasing the LP Apex on the 12th of October.
The first song to be revealed from the album, also the first of the thirteen tracks, Eight Milligrams sets up the framework for the roughly forty eight minutes release with the blend of death-metal, tincture of jazz, twist of maths-rock and a smidgen of house which permeates through their compositions.
The Germany based alt-rock quintet Ritzy Park are finalising details for their début EP – What We Know.
Ritzy Park – photo by Julian Schwarzenberg
The twists and turns of the first song to be revealed from the four track EP Mama Earth, which was itself released as a stand alone single on the 27th, holds the listener in a rested trance.
The primordial hue of the opening harmonised voices and natural percussion seeps deep in to the bone-marrow prior to the track opening up to a trippy-blues number and the music can be felt slowly pulsing through the blood stream with a welcome feeling of taking over the mind and body.
The quintet are able to bring together influences from their earlier years, with blends of South American, Scandinavian, Middle Eastern and Northern European folklore generating a sound which has both an otherworldliness yet simultaneously an absorbing earthiness.