Following on from the LP Munro in August the English alt-rock band Coquin Migale release a fresh and new single – Soft – today.
Coquin Migale – Soft – artwork
Always offering the audience something new, whilst retaining a link to what has been previously In Soft – Coquin Migale deliver an unhurried measure of welded angular jazz infused contemplative and mixed in with down the middle rock chords.
As is their wont rather than emerging with a confusion of sounds Coquin Migale is able to take pestle to mortar and come up with palatable blend of spices.
The English alt-rock band Coquin Migale were introduced back in 2014.
The latest track to surface GRINDIE demonstrates their development over the past couple of the years with a track that sounds feisty, yet still allows the scent of patchouli oil to drift through the room.
Coquin Migale from Newcastle in England is the alt-rock quartet of Alex Soper (Guitar / Vocals), Matthew Wotton (Guitar), Stevie Kane (Bass), Dan (Drums).
Coquin Migale – Photo by Mike Veitch
Drops of psychedelia combine with indie-rock as Coquin Migale seeps across the room. The guitars, which paint flourishes of hazy smoke set the tenet of the out-put, which curls its way into the head as they foil with each other. The percussion and bass stand like sentries marking the boundaries adding a more serious face to the sound. These combinations allow the quartet to take the out-put on unexpected directions of travel. Rounding out the sound is a vocal which adds a fragility that raises Coquin Migale from an interesting band to an out-fit you just want to hear more from.
Just over a year into their journey their Second EP – Feel is set to be launched on the 11th. Although only having had the opportunity to hear one song from the forthcoming release, there seems to be a sharper more rock influenced focus compared to their début EP Yellow Room which came out last year.