October 2018, a "magnificent 7" playlist
Kill the Moose is a French band from Nice, in the South of France (near Provence). They are inspired by the alternative British scene of the 90's. And it is good. Hits you in a whirlwind of melodies and sound.
Manon Meurt hails near from Prague, Czech Republic. Their new album, from which this single is extracted, is online 12th October and sounds as good, if not better, than their first work.
New-age dreampop sound. They have recently started making music but have received a lot... of attention for the uniqueness and passion found within their music. It sounds almost like retro electronic pop from the eighties, from bands like The Cure, Cocteau Twins and Dead Can Dance, yet reclaims is modernity with their effects and almost eerie-like way of constructing songs.
Lo-fi bedroom rock, dad rock, beard rock from Winsonsin
An old band from the 90’s is reposting its music and it was spotted by non other than Greg 2. some superb post-pink chaotic songs. Here is one of them.
From New Dehli, India, an artists wrote “a collection of like songs, or something closer to a complete album. First release with vocals/alien-singing (unintelligible and laconic). All songs were written for a slowcore-esque winter theme”. Great atmospheric slow core.
Portuguese Bend consists of two new tracks that see Modern Color continue to mesh alt-rock with shoegaze, while stepping out of their comfort zone and further showcasing their catchy hooks and vocal melodies. The upcoming 7" is largely inspired by and named after a lush and beautiful cliffside portion of LA’s South Bay, where the band spent much time growing up.