A couple of tracks have surfaced from the album, which preface of a ten song release (available on bandcamp) that has a brooding power which looms out of the speakers casting a dominating presence through the room.
Marie Davidson is also known as one half of both the duo line-ups of Essaie Pas and DKMD with solo releases being less frequent – Working Class Woman being the follow up to the dystopia of the 2014 album Perte d’identité.
The US gnarly-blues quintet Vinz Clortho are working towards the release of their début LP, which is due out later this year.
On the 22nd they will be releasing the track Endless Road, which joins their previous two singles as their full recording catalogue thus far – marking of a band who have much to add to the music for road trips playlist and an album I look forward to being able to add to the collection.
On pulling in to a semi-abandoned town in the middle of nowhere Endless Road is precisely the track that you would want hear rumbling out of a dimly lit bar as immediately there is a sense of welcoming to a fellow-traveller and ahead beckons a certainty of an evening in company with those, as yet unknown, who will become life-long friends.
The Wales based alt-rockers Estrons will be releasing the LP You Say I’m Not Enough, I Say You’re Too Much on the 5th of October.
Since their introduction in 2015, Estrons have always been a delight to feature, most specifically for the bulging bass strings that can be seen poking through the speakers and Body, the fifth of the ten tracks on the album, maintains the continuity.
A track which captures the raw energy of the band as in addition to the bass, burrowing guitar, stomping bass and intensity of vocal pour in to room infecting the listener with a refreshed verve for the day.
Supporting the release of the album Estrons are touring through to December.
Thu 20 Sep 2018 V11 Rotterdam, Netherlands
Fri 21 Sep 2018 Psycho in Mind Festival 2018 Tilburg, Netherlands
Sat 22 Sep 2018 Reeperbahn Festival 2018 Hamburg, Germany
Sun 23 Sep 2018 Maze Berlin, Germany
Sat 06 Oct 2018 DIALS 2018 Portsmouth, UK
Sat 13 Oct 2018 Twisterella Festival 2018 Middlesbrough, UK
Sun 14 Oct 2018 Llanelli Library Llanelli, UK
Thu 01 Nov 2018 Belgrave Music Hall & Canteen Leeds, UK
Fri 02 Nov 2018 King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut Glasgow, UK
Sat 03 Nov 2018 Think Tank? Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Wed 07 Nov 2018 Soup Kitchen Manchester, UK
Thu 08 Nov 2018 The Louisiana Bristol, UK
Fri 09 Nov 2018 The Bodega Social Club Nottingham, UK
Wed 14 Nov 2018 Cavern Club Exeter, UK
Thu 15 Nov 2018 Castle & Falcon Birmingham, UK
Fri 16 Nov 2018 The Green Door Store Brighton, UK
Sat 17 Nov 2018 Galeri Caernarfon Caernarfon, UK
Fri 23 Nov 2018 The Parrot Carmarthen, UK
Thu 06 Dec 2018 The Globe Cardiff, UK
The quartet of Paul Majdzadeh-Ameli (Drums), Tobias Kobl (Bass), Bernhard Melchart (Lead Guitar) and Mwita Mataro (Rhythm Guitar / Lead Vocals) from Vienna in Austria, form the indie-funk band At Pavillon.
Their latest release – the single Lion which is packaged together with four remixes – showcases a band with the ability to combine a rock basement with a glittering funky tempo to deliver music that has the listener furiously strumming air guitar while stepping out in gold and silver brocaded white flares.
Earlier in the month they released the nine track LP Swedish Cobra.
The sixth song on the LP – Two Steps Back – is a fair introduction to their vaguely trippy progressive sound that is rooted around a solidity of stretched riffs, firmly planted bass and signature double percussion.