The US indie-dance project Dana Buoy released the LP Ice Glitter Gold on the 23rd.
Affording the clear space in a very crowded genre Dana Buoy adds a mirage like quality to the output enabling those who enjoy music to play in the background and those who like to hear the layers of sounds to both be equally satisfied.
The penultimate of the eight tracks on the LP is Too Early.
The US indie-dance quartet, D U N B A R, revealed their début single Cary Grant on the 10th.
D U N B A R
Sparkling guitars invite the listener on to the dance-floor while the off-beat percussion / bass combinations give Cary Grant a point of difference in a crowded marketplace, with an impeccable vocal rounding out the sound.
Longer stay readers can’t help to contemplate the short lived band Viola Beach (all of whose members died in a road accident while on a Scandinavia tour in February 2016) when listening to the music and similarly Cary Grant intimates of a band capable of creating music with a global reach and a band I look forward to hearing more from in short order.
The Australian indie-dance quintet Tapestry are finalising the details for an EP set for release in early 2018.
An expansive vocal enables Tapestry to deliver a sound which soars through an impressive and extensive vocal range set against a mellowed back drop of breezy fretboards as the effervescent drum-kit sparks energy.
The US indie-dance band Moonwalker released the single Tunnel Vision on the 28th.
Although only lasting for less than one hundred and sixty seconds by the time Tunnel Vision (available on bandcamp) disappears from the room the ambient temperature has already racked up to that of a warm summers day as the glowing, easy step, sounds flow through the room in combinations of inward spiraling guitar and synthetics set against a bouncing percussion which invites the listener to the dance-floor as the vocal flows between gruff throaty voice and finessed falsetto.
A song to bring out when dusk threatens to draw the heat away from the day.