Noise Artists' playlist: August 2019
In no particular order:
Ether Feels are back together. This is a great news in itself. A better news again is that they are continuing distilling their mesmerizing bland of Dreamgaze. If you do not know you can discover in Noise Artists article. And their new song is there:
From Down Under, Sidney, Trillion ‘are a five-piece shoegaze and dreampop band who share a love of sonic mayhem, a desire to craft perfect soundscapes – and an unhealthy obsession with guitar pedals’. Judge for yourself.
All song written and arrangement by Hiroshi Kambara, Japan. This is an Epic musical piece, reminiscent of the best Post-Rock can offer. Recommended by no other that Peter Pires (elusive sound records) that know what excellent Post-Rock is.
Following their debut "Tangy Dream," Palm Haze's "Rêve Bleu" is” another story told by the unconscious. A different kind of dream, but with a similar energy curve”. Judge for yourself the music of one our favourite band (and read our collaboration with the band)
And now from early 90’s Russian Dreamgaze bands, that the label 12 Chasov records remastered from tapes of lost bands. Some lost treasures.
From the dreamgazers of Mercvrial, a new single with the heads in the clouds.
And now for our drone fans. [BOLT], from Germany, offers some great musical landscapes. This one makes me think of entering a mythago forest.
From Moscow, some great metal/punk gaze to finish this list. On the record label Pogo Records.