Noise Artists Playlist: September 2019
And in no particular order:
Pom Pom Squad new LP has been released this September. It is a beauty of indie rock / pop to discover.
Such a happy post-punk song to start the day …. at great speed. From ‘The fog surrounds us’ the new Fire Cone Children, featuring Krissy.
Rev Rev Rev’s new album, ‘Kykeon’, has also been released this September and the band was hugely kind in giving us the premiere. This is the second song from the sophomore work we have on our monthly playlist …. just that good
Casino Garden is from Germany, and have probably the best Shoegaze album cover of all time.
They just released their second album, Get Your Shit Together 2019, a really good piece.
Zeug is a German Blackgaze / Post-Rock band with a big dribbling sound: ’Surfing the wavelengths between loud and massive, based on abstract tales and objects.’. Judge for yourself. Great piece.
Never betters, from Canada, released last year a superb little EP from which this head banging post-punk gem is extracted. Check the other bands of Blackjackilluminist Records also when you have a chance. Great bands.
Now some beautiful ambient from Somewherecold Records.. This a dream poppy soundscape without the drama. So relaxing … like the rest of the album.
Dance floor remix/mash-up by DJ Kitty Lectro featuring The Mission's Wayne Hussey and The Cure's Simon Gallup. Just makes you want to dance to one of our favorite music project.
"Therapy" is the debut album from Georgian duo Eko & Vinda Folio. It delivers an enchanting romanticism, a secret place where each one of us can draw dreams.
For this chant is a journey in itself. On some tracks, Erekle Deisadze’s deep voice (quite sepulchral sometimes) makes way for Vinda Folio’s. The Georgian language, holding the round intonations of its letters, creeps in into us, slowly and lastingly. This music, gracefully oscillating between cold wave, dream pop and dancing rhythms (of a dark and cold dance, but so much addictive), borrows influences from British post punk and sticks to the musicians’ everyday life.