The Germany based, Norwegian, etherealwave project centred around Tuva Hellum Marschhäuser who performs as Tuvaband released the single Wolfpack on the 13th.
Tuvaband – Photo by Stefan Roehrich
Originally formed as a duo Wolfpack is the first song to be revealed that reflects of the new Tuvaband reconfiguration.
Rather than layering the song with antonyms of sound the track has a mellowed flow of synonyms that melt one in to the other creating just over four and a half minutes of dreamy ambient harmonised electronica that wraps softly around the spectral voice and leaves the listener becalmed from the daily travails of life.
Continuing to secure gigs across Europe forthcoming appearances in Iceland and Germany can only enhance the reach of a more than capable musician.
The English British-Blues duo Leontas released the two track single Rhythm + Blues yesterday.
Leontas – photo credit @jinnypark_photography
Leontas create music which is unashamedly steeped in the roots of ’60s rock, delivering music that no matter how loudly played can always sustain more as the gnarly riffs knot through the room on the back of a thumping drum-kit and rounded by a more than able vocal.
By way of an introduction the title track and opener of yesterdays release – Rhythm + Blues.
The first track to surface from the album, Pawnshop, which is the follow-up to their 2016 eponymous début LP finds Daphne And The Fuzz with the familiarity of retrospective influences, though this time around steeped in the vitals of ’70s disco-soul.
The English electro-rock project Tayne was introduced earlier in the year.
Details of the LP – Breathe – are more solidified than they were in April with the album set for release in October.
A new track from the LP – Haunted – was released on the 5th and once again generates a looming darkness in to the ears, which signposts of an album which will be one to add to the collection on release.
A tad late to this as the release came out on the 29th of June, my apologies to one and all.
Parasite has a moody broodiness about it that looms through the room fed through the pulsing bass, while the rotations of the guitars gives the song a cinematic perspicacity that is matched by an equally capable voice with percussion providing the musculature to the composition.
I would find it unsurprising if Fossway were to become far more widely known in short order.