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«Тренер Амкара» – тёплый июньский рок на тему российских спортивных реалий.
Где бы ты ни играл, сколько бы ни зарабатывал, не зарекайся. Ведь, может быть, ты чемпион потому, что кому-то не хватило денег с тобой сыграть? Желаем скорейшего возрождения Амкару и всему нашему футболу.
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Danke Sun (previously known as Daily Khaos delivery) is Jordi´s and Javier´s new attempt to make new music returning to their spanish native language but without losing their british and american musical influences.
Now, they come up with a new EP, Movimiento, which includes the songs Movimiento, A contraluz, Al final and Miss interrupción.
All this means a straight move for them, taking into account that, after 20 years, they´re back with their “sung in spanish” melodies, in order to have more connection with their spanish listeners, as this is their first official release ever sung in spanish.
The result is a set of songs where they show us their always distinctive sound, which combines both classical and alternative style,but this time with the addition of the change of language from english into spanish. Consequently, and after their musical evolution during the years, this fresh combination leads them to a new point never experienced before.
This is their second collaboration with russian label Southern City Lab, after their 2015 Magical inerthia album release, signed as Deadlines, their parallel project at that time.
Danke Sun are currently working on their forthcoming album, and it will be composed of completely brand new material.
The two new songs by the Karelian vagabond notforme! make up a postcard from the days past, and every postcard have two sides. The front is a bright, yet frantic picture, inspired by the Steven Hall’s imagery, with his shark feeding on people’s memories and a desperate wish to find a fragile balance in life. The back is a simple, but ironically sharp message to oneself. Without a stamp. To be wrapped in cellophane and hidden in the inner pocket. To remember.
Lyrics, guitar and vocals: Pavel Mokhort Bass guitar and backing vocals: Vladimir Zhmurin Drums: Nikolai Kuskov
Cover design by Vladimir Zhmurin and Pavel Mokhort
Recorded at Kukkovka Hell Studios, Petrozavodsk, Karelia, May, 2018 Mixing & mastering by Anatoly Nikulin, Brno, Czech Republic, May, 2018
Thanks a lot to all of you, who believed in, helped with and waited for the record to happen! See ya’ll in autumn!
TERR104: The drums-and-bass duo Giant Gutter From Outer Space are back here to tell what’s what with a 6-track ball of fire inspired by suppressed traumas of those affected by the authoritarianism and brutalities committed by the Brazilian State – particularly in the 60’s-80’s.
Recorded in late 2017, the duo broaden their pioneering sound with bits from modular synthesizer territory, courtesy of Curitiba black metal artist Nahtaivel. “Charred Memories” is presented on Terranean Recordings with an exclusive battered mix and graphic design by Luke Lund.
This is a co-release between Sinewave, HNM and MuteAnt Sounds. The original mix is available from them.
La voix est le premier instrument avec lequel Töfie a composé. Sa curiosité la pousse sur la voie de l’instrumentation pour y transposer l’expérience vocale. C’est la naissance du projet Töfie, en 2012. Le logiciel Garage Band est le premier témoin de ses expérimentations pop et électroniques qui donnent lieu à la sortie d’un LP sur le label Linge Records.
Töfie prends un virage en épingle. Son electronica mute en une synth-wave sombre, lourde et blessée par des sons industriels, mais empruntant paradoxalement des formats très pop. Tout un éco-système de sons organiques et telluriques qui se confrontent à des sons digitaux, crus et agressifs, qui rappelleront sans doute ceux de Gary Numan ou Fever Ray.
Des textes en anglais, islandais, allemand et en français accompagnent l’exploration des synthétiseurs et d’enregistrements acoustiques transposés sur les rythmes tranchants, doux et totalement versatiles.
Spirare, latin root of the spanish words for breathe, exhale, inhale, sigh, perspire, expire, spirit.
We are all beings that breathe the same air, invisible and intangible, the breath is what keeps us alive at all times. Our moods varies like the wind, but all they are expressions of our inner self, the language of the air. Spirare is our special final compilation to celebrate the music, the meetings and the end of Breathe as netlabel.
Featuring aAirial, DDO, Esoteric Sob, Nick R 61, Nulix feat. SLUG9, AxBx, Triangular, buildings in motion, Ohuican, Capisconne, Ray Garrido, Julia Gregory, Theo Nugraha, Lezet, In Vitro, Night Note, DRFCT, El Wud, unaporte, yosoyunotrotú, Doublereflect, STREPITVSITVS, Música para Khaos, Ivan Black, P è n i n ș o l a r with Marco Lucchi, Vate, mrscientificterms & Bicho Raro, Igan, Twin Peetz.
Without ambiguity “Three” is Torn’s third album. After his largely on guitar and singing reduced second album “Temples”, here he picks up the moods from his first album “Beaches” again, but adds his very own idea of pop to all even more. With his music he draws a flashy bow from almost schlager-like Beat Music, over Broken Dilletante Lofi Rock up to Drone Guitar Noise. Strangely intimate. Unadapted and mainstream.
Title: Il silenzio non esiste
Country: Casazza, Italy
301. Arturo Fonzarello
302. Con tutto l’odio che posso
303. Cigno nero (lui l’eroina)
305. Negli abissi
306. Italia amore mio
307. Tortura anemica
308. The man that has no face
309. Anime perse
310. Requiem aeternam (El sueño de la razón produce monstruos)
+ Bonus Track. Odia! (Faster bootleg)
We are very happy that Gabriele Ragonesi has chosen In Your Ears as a channel to spread his beautiful music freely. Some More White Noise is a compendium of how you can love music and let it flow in the air. Gabriele gives us a disc full of sweetness and fascinating sound solutions. The genres covered are many, from the lounge to the prog, passing through a very personal and strongly evocative solipsistic electronics.
A passion that turns into love, like the beautiful cover of the disc designed by the Brazilian William Santiago, which makes it very clear what you will hear in your ears.
I have been living in Florence since 1987. I started playing the drums as a teenager and played in various Florentine bands, including Essenza, Ellelunga and Miranda, between the 90s and early 2000s, ranging from an anomalous prog rock, the new wave and the post rock. I hung the chopsticks for a few years, starting again to play alone and to devote myself to home recording around 2005, without live activity, which continues today.
The songs produced for Some More White Noise have been composed, recorded and finished in 2017 with vague references, among others, the album “Islands” by King Crimson, the very first fusion, Brian Eno, the Can and the soundtracks of the 60s films, trying to put together a line that was a small journey and an alternation of different emotions and moods.
I like the “Pop” this way: When in fact this music is banging in the true sense of the word. Catchy and radical! And together with the fellows Indie and Noise “Ghosts” ranges from doubting fragile to resolute explosive: passionately, unsparingly and glamorously!
“Small Town Mysteries” is a tough one. Conceived during a five hour long spontaneous jam session with a let-it-all-out approach it both harkens back to the artists’ punk-rock upbringing and follows the course set by the first album. The voice is back and the crumpled paper poetry is back but this time with a bunch of fellow Karelian musicians to bounce off of. The result – four songs, oscillating from a gentle whisper to a desperate outcry, disjointed, reflection-fueled but unmistakably notforme!
Specially to the album was written a short story about the adventures on the White Sea
Today Bralitz returns with another selection of songs for your auditory enjoyment. As with his first collection, these catchy tunes are likely to end up on repeat. Enjoy.
Thanks to Bralitz for another terrific EP!
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A music: very simple, as present and obvious as the happening round us. Its sounds: Elements in space, which fly apart in uniform motion, without resistance and get together again.
Llankrú masters the vanishing till the dispersal. Just as its opposite: The bang, with which all wants to expand into space from the center with force. In doing so time is relative. And therefore their im- and explosions happen in seemingly endless calm.
The instruments sound like they sound. A guitar, a second, guitar, a bass and a drum set. The musicians have freed sound and arrangement from all the superfluity and potential masquerade. But intuitively, not wilfully. The single sin is the glowing overdrive sometimes. But to this one the blessing was given already.
With all this „Sturz durch Raum und Zeit Richtung Unendlichkeit“ (C. Karges) Llankrú’s songs relate wonderfully. They could be the six episodes of a film, which may work stand-alone, but forge a bridge of a whole narration together.
The narrative power rises with the reduction. That’s the magic of the basics. Everything runs to a point, slowly the sum of the parts emerges and condenses more and more. And than suddenly: Nothing.
Luca Calcagno è un musicista di Cogoleto, estrema provincia dell’Impero, cresciuto a pane, musica e Genoa. Per lo più autodidatta, vive di musica, nel senso che lavora in un negozio di strumenti musicali. E’ una persona come tutti noi, sicuramente con un talento al di sopra della media, e ve ne accorgerete ascoltando queste canzoni che fanno parte del singolo. Indie Pop anni novanta ma anche tanto altro, attraverso la tradizione specialmente britannica, ma con una forte melodia italiana. Ci sono molte cose in queste due canzoni, a quelli di voi un po’ più vecchi ricorderanno certamente delle cose italiane anni novanta, ed è da lì che vengono. Luca scrive e suona con cura, e tutto ciò lo si può sentire nella sua musica. Pubblicare questo singolo è per noi un onore.
Se lo incontrate non fategli mai la domanda su chi preferisce fra Beatles e Rolling Stone. La risposta è ovvia.
Luca Calcagno is a musician in Cogoleto, the province of the Empire, who grew up in bread, music and Genoa. Mostly self-taught, he lives in music, in the sense that he works in a musical instrument store. He is a person like us all, surely with a talent above the average, and you will hear them listening to these songs that are part of the singles. Indie Pop nineties but also much more, through the tradition especially British, but with a strong Italian melody. There are many things in these two songs, those of you a little older will certainly remember the Italian things in the nineties, and it’s where they come from. Luca writes and plays with care, and all this can be heard in his music. Publish this single is for us an honor.
If you meet him do not ever give him a question about who you prefer between Beatles and Rolling Stone. The answer is obvious.