The Swiss melodic-deathmetal quintet Soulline will be releasing the LP The Deep on the 19th of September.
From the forthcoming release – the rip-roaring Leviathan that thunders through the room in a flurry, which showcases their blend of fury and melodic structure, was released as a stand alone single on the 22nd.
The Swiss ambient-electronica project 50in15 revealed a new track within the past twenty four hours.
As with previous music featured there is an underlying sense of the vastness of the surrounding mountainous landscape, which plays a significant influence in all of the music, resulting in swooping loops of hushed and unhurried synthesis surrounding a shrouded core.
Given the title of the new composition – Pop – one may contemplate there must be a conflict between the two ideas – yet, on hitting play – the conjoin of the juxtaposed themes makes perfect sense with the listeners mind and body slowing in to syncopation.
The fourth of the eight tracks – How An Angel Cries has an enveloping wrap of dreamy background music through which the absorbing voice glides effortlessly in a composition in which the listener becomes completely absorbed, losing all sense of time and space.
The Switzerland / France based luxury-rap creator Danitsa will be releasing the LP EGO towards the end of the year.
Danista – photo credit nicoloco
More regularly delivering music with a more ragga temper -in Remember Me, from the forthcoming LP (available as a stand alone single on bandcamp), Danista showcases both a superbly acerbic scorning glance at the more typical nature of urban hip-hop, through which the listener takes delight, whilst simultaneously demonstrating innate song writing skills which combines cynicism and luscious template.
The Swiss psychedelic-rock band Dirty Sound Magnet release the LP Western Lies on the 12th of May.
Dirty Sound Magnet – Western Lies – artwork
Rather than taking the listener on a gentle glass-eyed ride, Dirty Sound Magnet are a band who are politically charged – and that of course is one reason why I enjoy their output, along with the quality of the work – as they cast wary eye on the world around and the listener feels they are on some sort of a nightmare of a trip as the dystopian template spins around the head.
From the twelve track album – Homo Economicus – which is the fourth.