Maia Eavan – Little Lover – Audio

The English acoustic alt-rock creator Maia Eavan released the three track single Maia on the 12th.

Maia Eavan - Photo credit - Rhiann Tintor

Maia Eavan – Photo credit – Rhiann Tintor

There is a forlorn fragility that spreads across the room on hitting play as guitar creates the open architecture of the songs through which the mesmerising vocal threads silken latticework resulting in compositions that mind of a frosty spiders web glistening in dawn sunlight in which the listener looses their sense of the surroundings.

I look forward to hearing more from Maia Eavan in short order and by way of an introduction the opening track – Little Lover.

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Maia – Single – Maia Eavan is available on iTunes.*

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Analogue Electronic Whatever – Electric Car – Audio

The English synthwave project Analogue Electronic Whatever released the single Electric Car yesterday.

Analogue Electronic Whatever - Electric Car

Analogue Electronic Whatever

Electric Car (available on bandcamp) is a different soundscape to the introduction in late 2016 with a song that takes the listener directly to the Belgian ’70s trio Telex with a collection of current and retro electronica sweeped with a synthesised vocal and resultingly – comprehensively – summarising the rationale behind the name of the project.

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Tayne – Alive – Audio

The English electro-rock project Tayne is finalising details for the LP Breathe, due for release later this year.

Tayne

Tayne

A couple of songs have surfaced from the album, the most recent –  Alive – quite different to the other, more glazed-synth Sacrifice.

Alive is a track that stirs the speakers in to life as an opening credit of rock derived guitar bludgeons its way in to the room, to be joined initially by an angular glitch which transmutes in to a sloshing triphop synthesis prior to everything exploding in to its various individual constituent elements – creating an aural firework display with the, in juxtaposition to the song title and narrative, glumpy vocal forming a defining bridge between the disparate ingredients.

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Jack Goldstein – Future Days – Audio

The English lo-fi emo creator Jack Goldstein will be releasing the LP A Tiger Shark Might Eat A Bull Shark, A Bull Shark Might Eat A Blacktip Shark And A Blacktip Shark Might Eat A Dogfish Shark.

Jack Goldstein

Jack Goldstein

So far three tracks have surfaced from the album, each of quite different context and instrumentation, yet all having an angst-riven perspective of the world around, which thematically is appropriate give the album title.

My selection of the songs to have thus far been revealed is Future Days.

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Mountain Lakes – Storms – Single Review

On the 30th of March the Poland based synthwave trio Mountain Lakes revealed the single Storms.

Mountain Lakes - Storms

Mountain Lakes

Storms is a more fussy composition than music of theirs featured previously, yet although not having the organic fluidity of their last track The Quiet Sun nonetheless keeps the listener attentive to the unfurling song.

Opening with a buffering backwash Storms, for the first minute or so, appears to be heading towards radio station mainstream yet delightfully diverges from such thoughts to open a dreamy side channel and for the next getting on for three and a half minutes is a layering of hazy vocal and ever more pressing electronica which build in intensity which can be felt pressing through the speakers in to the room.

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