The Canadian fuzzy-rock quartet Gnarly Horse will be releasing the EP Maybe I’m Certain on the 31st.
A melting pot of gloopy garage meets fiery rock in the out-put which has a raw energy coated in a calming buzz that minds of the combustion of the sun with the bright, benign appearance belieing the intense uncontrolled furnace raging therein.
The first of the four songs – Dopamine – being my pick of the release.
The Canadian grunge quartet Dilly Dally release the LP Heaven on the 14th of September.
Dilly Dally – Photograph by Michelle Homonylo
Although it has been almost three years since last featured, which on this occasion is not my poor administration rather the length of time since last releasing music, immediately on hitting play on the newest track to surface from the album – Sober Motel – the instantly recognisable vocal fits like a treasured glove as the listener once again looks around on the floor expectantly searching for guitar parts which must surely have broken off and spiralled through the speakers.
Heaven (available on bandcamp) marks a welcome return to the quartet, Sober Motel is the fourth of the nine songs.
The Canadian sadcore project Twilight Fields recently surfaced with a new track.
A musical project which first featured in 2016, Twilight Fields has always created music of melancholic countenance whilst empathetic of others.
The new track – Song Delivered – continues that narrative with a composition that finds succour with the many musicians around the globe, who although pouring heart and soul in to their songs are unable to find any traction or interest by others, yet despite that, still have the urgent need to to keep on creating even in the knowledge that it may well be music that only they will ever hear.
Perhaps an anthem for this site, which does try to offer some kind of bridge to many in that position whilst eschewing that which is major label.
The Canadian garage rock project Billy Moon releases the LP Punk Songs on the 14th of September.
Wafts of ’70s new wave drift through the speaker in the fuzzy sounds of the first song to be revealed from the ten track LP – D.W.T.B.A. – on the basis of which mid-September seems an awfully long way off.