It has been a while since Moxine have been featured singing in Portuguese, the latest single Dois Estranhos, released today breaks the chain.
A more contemplative track than much of their music Dois Estranhos has a warmth that reaches out of the speakers generating a connection between two strangers as the curling wisps float around the room.
It is always a pleasure to return to the Brazilian rock band Moxine centred around Monica Agena.
A staple on the site since 2010 – Moxine, despite various line-up changes, has always remained true to the heart of rock and the latest track to surface Melt This Love describes precisely why they have remained a feature on the various sites for over half a decade.
Electric Light Pulp is the experimental-lo-fi project of Tiago Felipin from Brazil.
Electric Light Pulp
A lengthy delay between initially being contacted about the release of a seven track LP – Short Answer of which I was alerted back in January. My apologies to one and all for the tardiness of feature.
A Round Of Sanity, the second track is a piece which takes the listener gently by the scruff of the neck, like a cat transporting a kitten in their mouth, shifts up in pace as the tracks proceeds as though striding through dappled covering camouflaging the ginger flecked coat from predatory eyes, before quietly placing the precious cargo secretively and without breaking stride continuing onwards to ensure, if being espied, the safety of the youngster prior to furtively darting into a dark cave, leaving the audience wondering how it disappeared from earshot so abruptly.
Remove Silence is a talented group of musicians who are able to replicate the quality both in ‘rehearsal’ session as they are in ‘recording’ and I can only assume they are of the ilk recording studios dream of when they turn up with a new LP to lay-down.
The penultimate track of the half-dozen on the LP Irreversible in live rehearsal mode – Miracle.