The Canadian cream-rock creator Steve Lewin releases the LP Trajectory on the 28th.
The listener finds themselves desirous of melting into the music to fully experience the luscious fused melodies as they glide through the room in beguiling temptation.
A six track, approximately twenty one minutes, album (available on bandcamp) that once heard finds the audience frequently coming back to have another listen and to be added to the – sunsets of romance – playlist.
The Canadian retro-rock project The Foreign Films released the LP The Record Collector on the 15th.
The Foreign Films
The appropriately named album (available on bandcamp) serves as something of a musical reflective of a life-story told through the ages which is revealed during the course of the thirty one tracks lasting for heading towards two hours.
The soft lens focus in the hushed analogue tones of the album provides a narrative in itself which is able to warm the listener to the tale unfolding as exuberance, passions, foreboding, joy, sadness and sagacity thread through the LP, one which can be dipped in and out of at leisure or taken as a full dining experience.
Given the breadth of the story-line a pick of the release does no more than provide a steer to The Record Collector nonetheless – Teardrop Town – the seventh song on the LP is my selection.
The Canadian electro-goth project Borg Queen released the EP Blood Sweat Tears on the 30th of April.
Borg Queen – Blood Sweat Tears – CD
The five track EP is of wider screen than previous material featured with the music having a more latticed framework through which flickers of light can be espied giving the release a retrospective ’90s feeling.
The opening song is the title track Blood Sweat Tears.