Eggs On Mars – Many Minds – Audio

Eggs on Mars, the lofi garage trio of Justin (Bass), Mason (Drums) and Brad (Vocals / Guitar) from Kansas City (USA), were introduced earlier in the year.

Eggs On Mars - Many Minds

Eggs On Mars

Apologies, once again, despite this hanging around in my email inbox since the 8th I have only just caught the news of an album which came out earlier this month, once again I am late.

The ten track LP, Mama Pancake (available on bandcamp) is a more complete and rounded sound than their earlier introduction, though of similar sad countenance with the listener captivated by the slowly drifting melodies that fill the room with lingering notes that hang in the air like hazy regretful memories.

Many Minds, the third song, being my pick of the release.

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Eggs On Mars – Don’t Send Me – Audio

The US lofi-garage trio Eggs On Mars released the LP In A Desert Place on the 15th.

Eggs On Mars

Eggs On Mars

There is a retro-feel to the music which they deliver in an unadorned naive form, giving the compositions an earthy honesty, that captivates the listeners attention. Eggs On Mars are able to deliver tracks which leave the listener feeling well disposed to the world as the untouched songs slip in to earshot, warts and all.

My pick of the nine track, plus one remix, album (available on bandcamp) being the fourth – Don’t Send Me.

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Virgo Virgo – Exceptions – Audio

Virgo Virgo is a lofi-garage band from the USA.

Virgo Virgo

Virgo Virgo

With only four tracks around in the form of the EP Should I Try Pot?, which came out earlier in the month and is available on bandcamp, Virgo Virgo deliver music that has an engaging unsophisticated honesty that meanders across various musings of day to day life

The compositions work precisely because of their unhampered and unsophisticated settings in which the listener feels they are an integral part of the experience.

By way of an introduction – the first track on Should I Try Pot?Exceptions.

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