The English ambient-electronica project Dom Sith was introduced last year.
The latest track to surface, Hood, is a veritable feast of orchestration given the minimalist material previously featured.
A shrouded flow of electronica hums out of the speaker opening a channel for a brighter rivulet of golden honey to trickle through the room becoming a flood of ever-faster looping beats prior to all gliding back in to a quiet stillness.
Amy Lawton is a country-rock creator from England.
A couple of songs exist for those of us who haven’t had the opportunity to catch live performances.
The most recent – Hurts Like Paradise, which came out earlier in the month, has an alluring, powerful, yet fragile vocal, akin to fine spiders thread, affording the track a poise which is carried atop a trotting tempo and the listener finds themselves swept on to the dance-floor to join in with the swaying rhythm while guitar meanders between quiet background and front spotlight – which adds to the sense of organic movement of the composition.
The English glitchwave project Tarantina released the EP Teething on the 10th.
Each of the five tracks on Teething has a different centre from the others – ranging from the soft flowing I’m A Loner to Rainbow, the penultimate, with its discombobulating rhythm changes and singular percussion making for a release that keeps the listener wondering where it may be heading next.
The English acoustic-rock creator Seán McGowan released the LP Son Of The Smith on the 11th.
The bakers dozen track album is an eclectic mix of material which combines story telling, acoustic guitar and blended rock to deliver a roughly fifty minutes LP which keeps the listener held steadfast.
Get Outta My House! is of very different perspective to material previously featured with the, margin over three minutes, track being a funk-dub number which rotates to a ’90s club house rhythm towards its latter stages. Perhaps it is because in England it is a bank holiday weekend accompanied by unusually warm and sunny weather that the track is devoid of the more normal acerbic lyric casting scathing commentary on the world around and rather – inviting the the listener to sashay outside to catch the early summer heat.