The Austrian, England based, folk-beat duo MonaLisa Twins release the LP ORANGE on the 29th.
A dozen track album (available directly from their website) rooted firmly in ’60s psychedelic merseybeat MonaLisa Twins deliver a selection of songs that set flight intoxicating melodies which akin to sunlight refracting through hanging crystals dapple the room with kaleidoscopes of colours that relaxes the stresses of daily life as they drift through the mind.
The sixth track is Waiting For The Waiter which is a composition that features, with the guitars, blues-harmonica.
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The US ambient-electronics creator Black Demarco released the LP Good Day on the 11th.
The just over half an hour album hangs webs through the room as the drifting combines of synthesised sounds and instrumentation weaves one in to the other in fluctuating rhythms and shadowy spectrals with occasional vocals surfacing through the haze.
The ten tracks each delivers a different idea and therefore my pick of the release – the second – Orange – should not be taken as a marker of Good Day – rather a reflection of the ripples which burble through the speakers in a release well worth getting to grips with in short order.