This is How Much I Love You is an ambient-guitar solo project from the USA.
This Is How Much I Love You
Humming through the carpet, on hitting play, you will find ripples of surface tension as the latest track – there are only four, some with vocal others without, dating back to February (the other three available on bandcamp) – Burgundy wends its way around the room. In the just under five minute trajectory of sound as This is How Much I Love You, combines echoes, delays, reverbs, acoustics and electronics to deliver an all embracing composition.
Like cream mixing with melted chocolate and divided egg the resulting mousse finds the palate, stomach and mind desirous of more. I look forward to following the journey of This is How Much I Love You in the coming months.
The Pocket Gods & Friends – Shakespeare Vs Streaming (100×30) – artwork
In their typically angular perspective of music and the music industry The Pocket Gods decided to raise awareness of streaming royalties.
Identifying that to receive the minuscule royalty for a song played on Spotify it needed only to run for 30 seconds, so last year put out a compilation LP entitled 100 x 30, which was as is suggested on the tin – one hundred songs lasting thirty seconds.
In a follow-up on the 15th of July The Pocket Gods & Friends release the compilation Shakespeare Vs Streaming (100×30), another one hundred track release with songs just reaching the threshold for royalty payment, to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of The Bard. The thirty-fourth, by The Pocket Gods – Shakespeare Verses Spotify.
Young Gifted is the Haitian hip-hop project of Jean Daniel Maurice.
Surfacing with difference of relationship values to much of the fare of hip-hop. About Us contemplates of insecurity and expressing to a partner, clumsily and realising it, in a track that stretches from pulsing groin to recognition there is more to connectivity than clichéd strutting. Developing to sequestering on bended knee of the supplicated in expression of vows of adoration and love, finally realising a relationship is based on equal status and mutual feeling.
The English ambient-drone project Yellow6 released the two track single springsun on the 30th of May.
Yellow6 – springsun
Loping guitar and oppressive loops of electronica permeate the walls of the room with their fractal expansion and as it typical of Jon Atwood – a two track single emerges as an approaching twenty one minute cradling of the ears. Never pressing volume or pace, the title piece finds the audience hypnotised by the spell of the layers of the tad over fifteen minutes of springsun (available on bandcamp).
It has been a little while since material from Silber has featured and today, with some delight I found notification of three new releases surface into my inbox.
The England based melancholic-rock trio El Deyma are finalising details of an EP.
From the forthcoming release, the instrumental Top Mountain Sky, although only lasting for just over two and a half minutes casts its spell on the audience and long after the sadness of violin have drifted away the mind remains bewitched.