Greetings – So Easy To – Audio

The US art-rock collaborative project Greetings released the eponymous LP on the 20th.

Greetings - eponymous LP artwork

Greetings – eponymous LP artwork

Each of the seven tracks on the album (available on bandcamp) can serve as a standalone single, yet more so when imbibed as a whole.

The roughly twenty two minutes of songs wrap around the mind and transport the listener to a world in which to leap and bound between unsupported lifts and floating escalators as the combinations of nu-jazz, maths-rock and twisted rock’n’roll merge in to what have the feel of extemporised pieces of progressive-psychedelia.

So Easy To (feat. Blunt Corner) is the third track.

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Justus Proffit & Jay Som – Nothing’s Changed – Audio

The two musicians Justus Proffit & Jay Som from the USA  have teamed up and will be releasing the retro-rock EP Nothing’s Changed on the 28th of September.

Justus Proffit & Jay Som - photo credit - Kris Kirk

Justus Proffit & Jay Som – photo credit – Kris Kirk

The title track evokes of the warm glow of a three bar electric heater with flattened guitar strings bending the chords around the subdued duo of of harmonised vocals.

Whilst easy on the ears Nothing’s Changed has an intangible magnetism which captures the listeners attention.

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Just10 & Left/Right – Falling – Audio

The US deep-bass producers Just10 and Left/Right collaborated on a new track which surfaced on the 8th.



Falling has blended DnB, techno-house and trance in to a mesmerising ambient broken-beat-bass which circles through the room on a scaly, almost reptilian skinned, haw that burrs deep in to the mind.



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Ruby Jubilee – We 3 Dolphins – Audio

The US collaborative existentialist-experimentalism project Ruby Jubilee release their eponymous ten track LP next month.

Ruby Jubilee

Ruby Jubilee

Slightly delayed from a release date originally scheduled for July the album, given the three tracks I have heard, will take the listener on a journey of free-flowing interaction in which the sounds and mind are unconstrained by rigidity.

With a plethora of music creating instruments, plus vocal – too many to list individually though including: Strummed strings; Bowed strings; keys; electronics; reed-woodwind; brass; Along with percussion – the latest reveal – and last before the full release – We 3 Dolphins provides some sense of what to expect as the distinctive elements thread their own furrow, yet all make for a collective cohesion due entirely to their disparities.

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