The Ukrainian alternative-rock quintet Indytronics will release the LP Palace this year.
The song, Barcelona, which has surfaced from the album is of different landscape to music of theirs previously featured with a completely unexpected and delightful psychedelic-hiphop centre of gravity which holds attention for its very difference of perspective.
The Ukrainian synthwave project of Tania Yankovska – Hindu – is currently finalising details for an LP set for release next year.
The combinations of sweeping synth lay in sharp contrast to the distinctive vocal and springy guitar to deliver in the latest track – Brighton – a zesty crispness that refreshes like a lemon shower, whilst simultaneously wrapping the listener in a soft and fluffy bathrobe.
Recent tours in Europe, including England, Germany and Italy and North Africa taking in Tunisia are likely to add to the visibility of a more than capable musician which will be enhanced by the forthcoming album.
It is a couple of years since the indie-rock quartet Indytronics from Ukraine last featured.
Their most recent track Shark finds Indytronics allowing themselves wide space in which to investigate their material and one can’t help but be drawn to recalling the sound of Gary Numan in which the quartet are able to discard synths to deliver equally as generous landscape and a testament to their abilities.
Revealed on the 8th was the latest track Guapaholic.
By its title, even, – Guapaholic – elucidates precisely the nature of the song. A just under three and a half-minute composition that retches over the flimsy veneer of ‘connectivity’ and ‘shiny baubles’ in pursuit of flim-flam in a world which, in reality, is scraping to put any kind of sole on the foot whilst delusively aspiring for the lifestyle of the gaudy advertising posters of neo-reality whilst failing to rationalise the actuality of the vacuity, though prepared to sneer at others at the behest of geo-political silos of socio-economic propaganda.