The Australian anxiety-wave creator Aaron Joseph Russo will be releasing the LP First in October.
Aaron Joseph Russo
The ten track album comprises of music that continually changes both tempo and intensity leaving in the listener a sense of imminent imperilment as the glitchy lofi instrumentation, electronica and subsumed vocal spark each against the other as though shorting electric cables.
The fourth song on the LP, which was revealed yesterday, is the ellipsoidal rotation of Home.
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The Australian acoustic-folk creator Justin Franks released the single Heart Wants on the 10th.
Perhaps it is just coincidence, or may be not, that I often find with musicians who have spent years with an itinerant lifestyle, their music has a calming touch, tonality along with a reach that extends around the world.
Franks, who spent decades out at sea, now docked to a harbour, has created in Heart Wants a song that immediately minds, longer stay readers on the site will also spot, of the music by the Swedish musician Steffan Rundquist.
I get the feeling the world would be a calmer place if more people pulled up their roots for a while and discovered that borders between countries are just lines on a map and they don’t need to divide people.
Heart Wants – Single – Franks is available on iTunes.*
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BAD MATH is an Australian triphop producer.
BAD MATH – photo by @shotbyshon
A shift in dynamics from being a rap artist to one of generating soundscapes to express ideas, has seen BAD MATH take more experimental idea to task along with melding different styles of music – which is evidenced in the latest track to surface, a triptronic take on soul-groove, which by song title encapsulates the roughly two and three quarters of music contained in the wrapper.
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The Australian sad-folk creator Demi Mitchell releases the LP The Overflow on the 30th.
The room is filled with a luxurious layering of melancholic instrumentation through which the smouldering vocal burns deep in to the marrow-bone with its mesmeric timbre. The slowly pulsating wave of the compositions, which are sparse of annotations, are able to lay the dour shadowing that affords the space for the voice to fill the voids.
From the nine track album (which is available on bandcamp) the most recent song to be revealed is Fiction From Fact.
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The Australian desert-blues creator Grim Tilla released the EP Might Be Something on the 29th of June.
A five track release (available on bandcamp) that drifts through the room in quiet perambulation as the roughly twenty three minutes EP captures a primordial connection with the listener, which holds them steadfast in the wistfully melancholic compositions.
My selection from Might Be Something being the hypnotic closer Eucalypt Ghost.
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