The English alt-rock quartet Terminal Gods have featured regularly since their introduction in 2013.
With an ever expanding fan-base and live performance circuit, Terminal Gods have more than served their apprenticeship and are deserving of far greater recognition. The fact they aren’t, sadly, only goes to demonstrate the reality of the lottery-dice of the music industry.
From the LP Wave / Form (available on bandcamp), the sixth of the nine tracks – Discovery is a fine example of why they appear so frequently on Emerging Indie Bands.
For the second time Manic Pixi from the USA, last in June 2015 are the selection for Band Of The Month by those of you who kindly take time out of your day to consider the music featured on Emerging Indie Bands, though consistency does discombobulate my pea-sized brain as the aim is to feature those you haven’t heard not those which you already enjoy.
Deetrack is the deep-techno producer Ivan Deetrack from Italy.
I thank the readers who stay with the website through the eclectic mix of sounds featured on Emerging Indie Bands – in stark contrast to the Accordian, Banjo et all of the previous article.
I do like a slackened bass guitar so it is of no surprise that from time to time I take a fancy to some sub-woofer testing electro-bass and Black Key is well worth warming up the valves to take a listen to with the foundation shaking loops of stunning techno reminding us all the The Balearics will be back in full swing in just a little while.
Black Key is the B side of the two track just under a quarter of an hour single Transmissions available on Beatport through Plasteline.
Emerging Indie Bands continues on memory of my partner Julie Norbury who died in September 2011 aged 39 and is a continuation of Indie Bands Blog. The New Year Ninety, as always, is dedicated to Julie, the co-founding partner who had immense appreciation for musical creatives.