The English heavy-metal trio Leap Of Faith revealed the track Welcome Home within the past few minutes.
Leap Of Faith
Pull on a leather jacket and yank up the volume buttons as far as they will go to head-bang with Welcome Home which unfurls the sounds of uncomplicated ’80s rock, reminding of Motörhead and AC/DC with its basal pleasure zones.
Leap Of Faith don’t aim to complicate an uncomplicated musical style, rather add their own brush strokes to the mewling guitar, pulsating percussion and throbbing bass which is adroitly accomplished by the distinctive vocal that shatters through the speakers in their compressed spring coils of the style.
Word has it that the trio spent some time in the studio recently and I look forward to hearing more of their recordings which I will share with you as I am able.
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The English dance-tronic duo Betty Pulls A Fast One were introduced earlier in the year with their début number.
Betty Pulls A Fast One – Ghost Cat
Within the past four hours their latest track surfaced – Ghost Cat – a just over four minute piece which could not be more perspicacious of a weekend happenstance than it is – as the music revolves around the ears.
The listeners finds themselves minded of spirographs as the spokes lock one in to the other in wheels of different sized spinning meshes that all interlock in perfect unison as electro-drums and synths unfurl like emblems waving in a breeze, with almost extraneous vocal providing context, as the duo invite the audience to create animalistic shapes on the dark-light strobed dance-floor. To not partake would be miss a party moment.
Last time round I was unable to connect to social media pages – this has now been updated in time for the appearance of their second track from the LP Dressed In Birds which is due for release next year.
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The US protest-rock project Proof I Exist of Paul Kulis – released the single Last Anthem within the past twenty hours.
Proof I Exist
The fuzzed up riffs shimmer as they surface from the speakers as the softly hazed vocals accompanies the just over two and a half minutes of Last Anthem (available on bandcamp) which has the listener joining in with arms waving in the air. The only sadness is that the song last for such a brief period of time as the desire to join in with a chorus, that doesn’t exist, builds inside the audience
Last Anthem is a composition that has a global, cross-genre, appeal and a track to put on at some stage during any party.
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The Belgium based rock quartet Hitherside revealed their latest track in the past few hours.
Say Goodbye to the Enemy identifies precisely why Hitherside have been a feature on the various sites since 2012. Powerful bass and percussion thud through the speakers with guitar creating clouds of melodies which spread around the room while the distinctive vocal harnesses the sounds and captures the listeners attention in its expressive timbre.
Always a pleasure to return to I look forward to Hitherside gathering a collection of songs for a fuller release as they predominately reveal music as stand alone singles yet they are a band that once you have hit play you immediately want to hear more from.
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It has been approaching four years since the Kosovan dream-wave quartet Gillespie last featured.
This lengthy delay has been due entirely to them laying low, but it is with some pleasure to discover they are back with a new track Aq Me Ben.
Like a wine ageing the maturation process with Gillespie discovers them resurfacing with a more refined sound with the scintillating vocals of Hana being of greater presence and the introduction of synths allowing the band deliver a track that is dreamy space in which to luxuriate.
I hope I don’t have to wait until 2020 to next feature their evocative material.
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