Tom Stokes returns with another Sekotis album on No-Source. “Picture puzzle pattern door” further melds the worlds of IDM and Post Rock. The track “Rivers & Mountains” sparks the album into existence with very little electronics. The piece is comprised almost entirely of cleverly layered guitar work. The second track, “The suns that teach the sky to dance” juxtaposes playful electronic melodies with distorted glitch beats. Definitely a nod to Aphex Twin. “Freedoms eroded” is the first track on the album that really mixes everything together into something that can only be described as Post Rock IDM. A sampled voice shouts “I will make you understand” as Sekotis presents his distinct sound. “Eldhraun”, the final track on the album, is over ten minutes of slow burning goodness. Drones, percussive melodies, and shimmering synths ebb and flow into an aural bliss.. Vocal on tracks 2 & 4 by Lucy Nickholds. Design & art by Mike Kram.
After the end of Proyecto:Estragos, Zeus decides to focus on his personal project, El Pilar Azul. Composed, recorded and produced this first collection of songs with the title of “Diciembre”, a hard intense, sincere and very deep. Here, the guitars, so present in his previous records, they give rise to the keyboards and add new colors to the musical palette of Zeus. For La Gramola Netlabel is no coincidence that this is our first reference, by the appreciation and admiration we have for this genius.
“Sei tocar guitarra e gosto de música. Porque não?”
Assim começou o projecto musical do algarvio Pedro Pereira.
Antigo refugiado social que se quer expressar através da música, com ou sem voz, sozinho ou acompanhado, ele brinda-nos aqui com um inspirado e luminoso rock alternativo.
Nas suas palavras, isto é “… música que só pode ser tocada por uma banda inteira”.
No-Source is pleased to ring in the New Year and embrace 2012 with a release from Mark Ge. Mark Ge is a musician and writer from the North-Eastern United States. His first EP includes a collection of lo-fi bedroom recordings and one studio recording. Most of “Your Blues Are Rough” is just Mark Ge singing and playing guitar. The lo-fi quality really brings the listener and these tracks to a more intimate setting. “Brother” and “The Other Side” share a similar aural joy found in early tape recordings from the Mountain Goats. “Stephanie” on the other hand is eerily similar to Casiotone For The Painfully Alone with drum machine and simple synth melodies. “The Road”, the only studio recording on this release, sees a more polished sound and additional instrumentation from Mark. Additional production on tracks 1-3,5-6 by Tim Dwyer.
Diese Website verwendet Cookies. Wenn du die Website weiterhin nutzt, stimmst du der Verwendung von Cookies zu.
Weitere Informationen, beispielsweise zur Kontrolle von Cookies, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie