V.I.S. – VOX – Denot Na Mrtvite Ideali – Audio

The Macedonian dark-rock band V.I.S. – VOX revealed a track within the past twenty four hours.

V.I.S. - VOX - Denot Na Mrtvite Ideali

V.I.S. – VOX

Although brand new to those outside the band Denot Na Mrtvite Ideali was originally written by Mayo over thirty years ago and the jottings were put together as a track recently.

The brooding countenance casts dark shadows through the room which is counterbalanced by, fleeting, shiny guitar spinning through the ears.

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New Year Ninety 2017 – 20 to 11

Now reaching the thick end of the New Year Ninety 2017 chart –  in to the top twenty countdown from 20 to 11.

I would like to make a special reference to my co-founding partner – Julie Norbury –  of the original site in the last decade – who died in 2011 – as always my inspiration for keeping writing music reviews.

Julie Norbury

Julie Norbury

20. Harry Howard And The NDE (Australia)

Pretty – Harry Howard and the NDE is available on iTunes.*

19. Kabreet (Syria)

18. V.I.S.-VOX (Macedonia)

Songs You’ve Always Wanted to Hear, But You Couldn’t Find! – V.I.S. Vox is available on iTunes.*

17. Love Ghost (USA)

16. Hunter & The Bear (England)

Won’t You Ever Come Home is available on Amazon.*

15. Shambolics (Scotland)

14. Dappled Cities (Australia)

Many Roads – Dappled Cities is available on iTunes.*

13. Levy & The Oaks (USA)

12. Thee Open Sex (USA)

Splits is available on Bandcamp

11. Jordana Lilly (USA)

Step into the Light – Jordana Lilly is available on iTunes.*

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V.I.S. – VOX – Vreme Na Zaborav – Audio

The Macedonian dark-electro band V.I.S. – VOX are finalising details for an LP later in the year.

V.I.S. - VOX

V.I.S. – VOX




From the forthcoming album Vreme Na Zaborav combines shiny guitar with a muffling bass, from which synths spirals streams of smoky texture as the percussion throbs like a diesel engine.

Overlaying the just under three and three quarter minute track is a luscious baritone that wraps itself around the listener like a hypnotist in which the mind becomes transfixed and not, a song, as the title suggests one you will feel is one due its Time For Oblivion from the memory-banks.

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