Merging self-deprecating lyric with garage rock and even on occasion edges of indie-dance Bony Macaroni are able to create music which has a distinctive cadence and sound, leaving the listener engaged both with the sadcore underpinning and thrashing around the room in unfettered joie de vivre.
The most recent track to surface, which was released as a standalone single on the 16th is Doom.
The collaborative musicians of Oliver Kucera from Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Saint Cole from Leeds (England) released the deep house two track single The Shaman yesterday.
There is a reason I implore of readers to suggest they are wasting their time as they are not listening to music merely noise who listen to the music featured on the site using the tinny squeaks of anything other than a full speaker system (unless they are in a geo-political location where there are no viable alternative options) and this is a prime example of why having at least five speakers is essential.
Turn up the volume and the sub-woofers to feel the windows, walls and floor buckle and bend to the intoxicating flow of the title track and opener The Shaman (available on bandcamp) while the mind and body flows in to the beat of the rhythm whilst drifting in to a trance of primordial synchronicity.
Once again they fill the room with a summery vibe in their latest release Young, which was recently captured in live performance. The addition of keys has allowed Call It Off to add an additional flavour to the packet of sweets they offer.
Molino, the alt-rock band from the Netherlands are finalising details for a new LP.
A live version of the track Villain, which will be on the album and is from the more forlorn song book of theirs, has recently surfaced and sets the scene for a release I look forward to discovering more from in short order.