The synthwave creator Jane Elizabeth Hanley from Melbourne (Australia) who performs as Kids At Midnight is preparing for the release of the début LP early next year.
Somewhat reminiscent of mid ’90s club electrosynth the newest track By Your Side, which was released as a stand alone single on the 30th of November, adds a luxurious blanket of soft felt that wraps around the listener with the subsumed soundtrack, as though suspended on fine silk borne by a soft breeze, melting even the most fractious moment in to one of gentle teasing.
WARNING – the social media page links to Facebook which is perfectly fine to use.
The link to a website on the Facebook and the Soundcloud artist pages to a website both link to a site that has been hacked – do not click the link to the website for the band name page. I have alerted the Kids At Midnight representative and if this message warning message is removed from this location then the issue will have been resolved.
Yesterday, from a forthcoming EP, the track Creep In The Door was released as a standalone single (available on bandcamp).
A very different mood to the rock influenced track Tell Me Why, previously featured – Creep In The Door is an extended free-form jazz number that has an extemporised air in to which a funky-soul swagger is pitched giving the composition an easy gait alongside the more angular structures of the jazz tinctures and resulting in a track of multiple dimensions and tempo.
Ivan Beecroft, a retro-rocker from Melbourne (Australia), is planning the release of the LP Liars,Freaks & Fools next year.
Ivan Beecroft – Liars, Freaks & Fools – artwork
Today a new song surfaced, which will be on the album – THE GYPSY JOKER.
Drawing deeply from the well of brit-blues THE GYPSY JOKER finds the listener searching the wardrobe for a faded jeans jacket and pin-button badges along with air guitar to take up position and headbang away with just over four and half minutes track.
The compositions throw, what is seemingly a random variety of, electronica, instrumentation, effects and loops in to the blender which are melded in to engaging threads of music.
The most recent track to surface (which is available on bandcamp), San Graal, fuses vocoder, synth, guitars and perhaps as an even more indicative nature to the intricacies and detail of the creations, three different recording locations, to deliver a song that has a science fantasy outer space trippiness to it, which scatters through the room in darting threads of addictive articulation, that finds the listener instinctively immediately hitting replay.