Kjartan Bue is a Danish experimental-folk musician.
There are times when a Sunday needs a spike in it to give zest to the day and the just over three and a half minutes of I’ll Talk It Over With Mommy, which was made available a few hours ago, is just the ticket.
Country-Blues is torn asunder as Kjartan Bue slices through the chords with clashes of tinkling glass as though frenetically chopping wood whilst the vocal threads like a rabid wolf faced with a bowl of water. I’ll Talk It Over With Mommy is not a track to play if you are still suffering from a Saturday night hangover, but once you have recovered it will kick-start the day.
With a fairly regular live performance schedule Kjartan Bue can often be heard across much of Denmark, for those of us not so local, there are words of an EP in the process of being finalised.
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thing is a psychedelic quartet from England I will get back to when there is more to hear.
Apologies to one and all for the delay in coming to this, as it has been languishing in my inbox since the 2nd.
For now, the one song available to stream by the quartet is the dreamy loquaciousness of carousel a track that for no reason I can fathom finds me reminded of the smell of liquorice and rather than concentrating on the music I am hunting for a packet of Bassets Liquorice Allsorts, I know I have sequestrated somewhere in a cupboard, such is the languid acid drips that inveigle into the veins.
thing is able to condense a forty minute Hawkwind expostulation, without loosing a moment of time, into a condensed carton of less than than three and a half-minutes as the quartet stretch the seconds to unfathomable lengths. Blousey guitar puffers from the speakers as the drum-kit spirals round the room and the stoical bass seeks to maintain a foothold on terra firma only to be lofted into the air as the flowered vocal sweeps through the ears.
I have much reason to anticipate the need to stock up on liquorice torpedoes before I am able to dwell with the quartet to let you know of further developments and I am already in pursuit of supplies, whilst hoping it doesn’t take too long before I can tell you more.
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Having released the LP Life Is Now in late October, the Greek ambient-house Mikael Delta is back and putting together some new ideas.
Still a developing composition The Sky Inside Me, which was made available a few hours ago, is a piano piece and an interesting insight into the creative process on a track that resonates of dark moments of contemplation.
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In addition to being a visual and performance artist DIE HEXEN, based between Northern Ireland and England is a dark-experimental music creator.
DIE HEXEN – photo by Shay Rowan
The latest track to surface – HUNTER – is a brooding combination of electronic and instrumental experimentalism that drifts menacingly around the room, riven through with cracked bells flatly pealing in alarm.
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The experimental-rock duo Right Hand Left Hand from Wales are set to release their eponymous LP on the 16th of February.
Right Hand Left Hand
The middle of the eleven track album, Tarts And Darts, which was made available a few hours ago, is a rock riven instrumental diode of flashing lights as Right Hand Left Hand encircle the listener with an ever increasing tempo and raising of pitch, creating a sense of ever greater hysteria and the audience can feel their heart racing faster as the tension mounts, before the track suddenly disappears in a screech of feedback.
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