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EP REVIEW | Bolywool - From Void To Matter Volume 1

Bolywool - From Void To Matter Vol 1 (300x300) Post ImageARTIST: Bolywool

RELEASE: From Void ToMatter Volume 1

RELEASE DATE: 26th May 2017

RECORD COMPANY: VÅRØ Records 

Back in March 2016 whilst writing for 'The Sound Of Confusion' I was tasked with reviewing a fantastic fourteen track album entitled 'Hymnals & Bombs' by Swedish based (Borgholm/Gothenburg) cousins Calle Thoor and Oskar Erlandsson AKA Bolywool. Having never heard of the band before I instantly fell face first into their shimmering & experimental sonic landscapes and I was literally blown away by their musical interpretations on life and the way in which they told melancholic stories through the medium of sound. Now the duo have released the first of a planned trilogy of EP's entitled 'From Void To Matter Volume 1'. This stunning two track EP was released back on the 26th of May 2017 via VÅRØ Records  and it is available to buy/download right now via varorecords.bandcamp.com

Pounding, rhythmically charged percussion announces the opening salvos of ‘Hafmeyjan’ and with its arrival it pulls droning synth swells and the constant twang of guitar with it to collectively conjure up mesmerising incantational atmospherics. Beautifully intense passages of serine vocalisations swirl into the ether riding the turbulent instrumental wave before rippling skywards on undulating pulses of reverb and delay. ‘Hafmeyjan’ stirs the imagination and instills heavy swathes of melancholic abandonment as it meanders through layers of brilliantly executed production used effortlessly to whisper tales of salt lashed islands and far flung windswept beaches. This is a stunning opening track and it reminded me of just how good Bolywool are at telling stories through the medium of sound.

Up next the duo unleash ‘Meø Lögum Skal Land Byggja’ and it opens up tumbling erratically into a shimmering ball of sequenced electronics, swirling samples and the constant accompaniment of a synth heavy drone. Lazy, but brilliantly produced drum patterns rattle and shake, underscored at times by throbbing bass frequencies and tantalising good instrumental atmospherics that glide and shimmer on wave after wave of stunning reverberation. It’s synth lines glisten as they rise and fall giving off the impression of waves crashing on a storm ravaged beach-head and the constant rolling of different sonic frequencies add swathes of light and shade, reminiscent at times to the sun breaking through dark storm clouds. A magnificent ending to what is the opening volume of Bolywool’s planned trilogy of EP’s.

5/5

LINKS:

varorecords.bandcamp.com

bolywool.bandcamp.com

bolywool.com

facebook.com/Bolywool/

twitter.com/Bolywool

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Del Chaney has spent the last four years dedicating his time to uncovering the best artists in the unsigned or small independent label based shoegaze, ethereal dream pop, post punk, post rock & modern psych rock from all over the globe & reviewing them for this blog - The Primal Music Blog. He is also a contributing  writer for The Sound Of Confusion (Now On Hiatus). His other arm  - Primal Radio -  has gained considerable respect from bands and promoters alike since its conception in 2013 & has helped him in actively promoting a genre of music that he is passionate about. Hailing from Dublin, Ireland, he is a keen Vinyl Collector, Tattoo Fan & all round good guy! He is a self confessed music freak & is never far away from a studio console or a turntable.


Nonn - S/T (Fuzz Club Records)

ALBUM REVIEW | Nonn - S/T (Fuzz Club Records)

ARTIST: Nonn

RELEASE: S/T

RELEASE DATE: 26th May 2016

RECORD COMPANY: Fuzz Club Records

Post-punk combines with coldwave, darkwave, a bit of ethereal wave and perhaps, arguably, most importantly; experimental music on the self-titled debut release by Swedish project NONN (the solo moniker of The Orange Revival's Christian Eldefors). Drum machines and programmed beats guide the way through reams of both light and darkness; to create something akin to classic 80’s style post-punk, but with a little something extra. Experimental music has always been a next-door neighbour of the music commonly associated with punk music, but NONN have decided to push it further, applying it deeply to the music as well as the production and mixing. 'Nonn' gets it's full release on the 26th May 2016 via the ever reliable purveyors of sonic discourse Fuzz Club Records and it is available to pre-order right now from www.fuzzclub.com 

The album opens with the brilliant ‘Walls’ which features one of the greatest elements of the album; the attentiveness and experimentation with the instrument of voice. The song opens with heavy, darkly ambient program beats and noises that form into a airy and wide ranging soundscape backing for the song. The reminisce of a bass guitar churns away in the background before the fantastically obscure vocals ooze into the song, sounding like the vocalist is singing with echo and reverbed drenched effects underwater. There is a fantastic synthetic feel to the instrumentation and the kind of murmuringly weird musical backing that compliments and adds another dimension to the album as you listen more closely each time. ‘Lost’ begins with a similar kind of programmed frequency (which remains in the background of the song for the whole time) that is then given a backseat to the drum machine-laden post punk beat of double-snare tapping. The vocals this time are more recognizable and the song itself sounds like a kind of darkwave tune; re-fitted into a post-punk context by the coldwave like guitar that enters the song just after the intro.

‘Stay’ omits a similar feeling and stylistically does not really leap from where ‘Lost’ left off, although it's significantly darker. The bass lines, thick and consuming, guide the robotic-vocals along to the beat of another post-punk drum beat that seems to be taken straight from the eighties. ‘Gone’ is a brilliant track that slows things down, returning to the programmed beats, wizzes and noises of the first few songs. The drum beat borders on trip hop while the whole structural elements of the song sound like the echoing sound of an 80’s synthesizer guiding a character a film along a dark highway. ‘Cold’ takes this even further, offering layers and layers of moody but somewhat danceable synth FX and the churning slow beat of programmed rums in the background. Up next, ‘Need’ injects more of the airy soundscapes of the albums earlier tracks, while maintaining a similar style drum track. The synth within the track steps in for what would have been the guitar; creating a wavering effect that truly pushes the tempo and rhythm of the song strongly. ‘Hills’ is a very similar track, but alters things with the inclusion of small passages of what could be samples held within the music; mostly in the form of background whizz and churn and the synthetic sounding hi-hat of the drums. The vocals feature more visibly within ‘Hills’ as well; differing from other tracks on the album. ‘Time’ borders on a time of warped disco; altering between the dance-induced rhythm of the drums and the even further warped vocals on the track. The song truly shines just after the half way mark; highlighting the engaging production properties of NONN’s music. ‘Fear’ is by far one of the most experimental tracks on the album; it acts as one big long crescendo, backed by an alternating tempo and a wild ringing in the background. The vocals, hushed and wild, fit well with the context; harkening back to the hey days of acid house and other forms of electronica music that relied heavily on the FX of the voice. ‘Wait’ concludes as a fuzzingly loud outro of sorts; a ringing synthesizer hums in the background of some keys being played slightly and softly.

NONN as an album is at times an uphill wander; several tracks sound similar to the one before and the general song structure of several tracks sound thrown together or still in draft form. Still, I believe there to be an interesting focal point to it all; washed somewhere deep within the influence and the context of the music’s background. Listening to the whole album is like a conceptual walkthrough of one lengthy devoted song, where the tempo alters and then resurfaces back within itself the music stays honest enough to keep the listener interested. The production is clear and does the instrumental and lyrical elements of the album many favours. Its an interesting listen, achieved through performance and design, but perhaps most obviously through sound.

3.5/5

LINKS:

fuzzclub.com

facebook.com/nonnband

nonn.se/NONN

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: 

Cam Phillips is a writer and above all, a music lover, who seeks to gain experience through writing and listening. He is also an avid film viewer and art and literature junkie who enjoys creative writing. His most recent published work was featured on Baeble Music and Culture (USA), Sounds and Colours Magazine (Latin America, London), Easterndaze (Latvia) and the Australian based heavy music blog, I Probably Hate Your Band.


EP REVIEW | Moon Gravity - Antarctica (Silber Records)

ARTIST: Moon Gravity

RELEASE: Antartica

RELEASE DATE: 27th February 2107

RECORD COMPANY: Silber Records 

The cool sounds of ice particles floating in the air has been captured in sonic form by Stockholm's 'Moon Gravity'. The three track release, Antarctica, glides in glacial beauty. It was officially released back on the 27th February via Silber Records and is available to buy/download right now from moongravity.bandcamp.com

Iridescent layers spiral round the eardrum in Nightfall. A faint drone ebbs and flows in Snowstorm, before sharp shards of guitar build into something substantial. A dusting of vocal adds to the atmosphere and it gets truly deep and dark when the bass kicks in. The cosmic rays of Purpling spread out into the wintry sky like the Northern Lights.

4/5

LINKS:

moongravity.bandcamp.com

facebook.com/moongravitymusic

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

In her time, Sarah Cuthbert-Kerr has attended raves and rock clubs. She enjoys pedals, pizza and spy dramas. Sarah also plays guitar in Edinburgh-based noisemakers Wozniak and is co-founder of Morningside Young Team who put on gigs and put out records for discerning audiences who enjoy fuzz and confusion.


ALBUM REVIEW | E GONE - The Third Is A Mountain Which Holds A Dagger

ARTIST: E GONE

RELEASE: The Third Is A Mountain Which Holds A Dagger

RELEASE DATE: 13th February 2017

RECORD COMPANY: Unsigned

Swedish based experimental psych/folk aficionado 'E GONE' aka Daniel Westerlund has unleashed a surprise seven track album entitled 'The Third Is A Mountain Which Holds A Dagger'. 'E GONE' melds together various musical stylings including electronica, psych, post rock, oriental, dub, raga, ambient and psych folk to create a stunning cacophony of mesmerising soundscapes. This latest album follows on from the recently re-released 'Advice To Hill Walkers' and is available to by/download right now from egone.bandcamp.com

The album opens up with 'No Audience, No Metronome', a deeply serine instrumental piece centred around a wonderful progression held in a blissful cloud of sampled rain fall and reverberating fret noise. Up next, my favourite track on the entire album swirls into earshot on beautifully translucent acoustic waves peppered with swathes of driving banjo progressions and a brilliantly executed vocal track. 'A Decoy For the Hunt' draws you in on strings of atmospheric vibrations, metronomic percussion and intense cinematic flair. A sublime track and one that you listen to via headphones. You will thank me for it in the end. 'E GONE' is the master of atmospheric intent and as 'The Tellurian Omega' undulates on repetitive instrumental drones and the twang of stringed instruments I can't help feel slightly uneasy as the track winds its way through dark cloudy reverberations and the atmospheric plink of repetitious bells. Shimmering frequencies ride a turbulent drone as a peaceful hue descends on this listener and we're led into the opening bars of 'Rogue Diplomat', an eastern esoteric themed thrill ride through busy percussion and swirling instrumentation that evokes visions of those 1970's middle eastern based spy movies. A thoroughly enjoyable piece steeped with brilliantly psychedelic vibrations.

Up next, 'E GONE' melds a stunning banjo progression with intense synth swells as 'Habit Hides You' works through its sonic repetitions before the albums penultimate track spins into earshot. A massive wall of vocals erupts into the ether accompanied by the twang of banjo and underscored with sullen synth swells. 'I Have Been Given Much' is deeply melancholic and filled with heart felt connotations and the ever present hue of sonic experimentation that I've come to enjoy whilst listening to E GONE's impressive soundscapes. The albums closing piece however is seven minutes plus of swirling instrumentation riding a subtle instrumental drone and interspersed at times by soaring lead guitar theatrics and massive walls of intense atmosphere. 'Give' is a magnificent ending to a wonderfully unique collection of songs.

4/5

LINKS: 

egone.bandcamp.com

facebook.com/eegonee/

twitter.com/EGONEHQ

dwacres.com

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: 

Del Chaney has spent the last four years dedicating his time to uncovering the best artists in the unsigned or small independent label based shoegaze, ethereal dream pop, post punk, post rock & modern psych rock from all over the globe & reviewing them for this blog - The Primal Music Blog. He is also a contributing writer for The Sound Of Confusion (Now On Hiatus). His other arm - Primal Radio - has gained considerable respect from bands and promoters alike since its conception in 2013 & has helped him in actively promoting a genre of music that he is passionate about. Hailing from Dublin, Ireland, he is a keen Vinyl Collector, Tattoo Fan & all round good guy! He is a self confessed music freak & is never far away from a studio console or a turntable.


ALBUM REVIEW | Telstar Sound Drone - Magical Solutions To Everyday Struggles

ARTIST: Telstar Sound Drone

RELEASE: Magical Solutions To Everyday Struggles

RELEASE DATE: 18th March 2016

RECORD COMPANY: Bad Afro Records

Copenhagen-based droning psych-gazers Telstar Sound Drone are not here to create pop songs. They have no interest in writing chorus progressions or intermittent 'Love Me Do' soundscapes either. What they collectively create is a swirling maelstrom of golden psychedelic sound that wraps itself around your senses and takes you with it as it loops and arcs through sonic peaks and troughs with relative ease. They released their sophomore album 'Magical Solutions to Everyday Struggles' back on the 18th March 2016 via Bad Afro Records.

The album opens up with the pulsating 'Drugs Help' and we're treated to a droning swirl of controlled mayhem. Hypnotic vocal progressions weave their way through the wall of sound as that shuffling drum pattern embeds itself deep within your psyche. This is the jump-off point as we dive into the world of Telstar Sound Drone. Track two, 'Something I Can't Place', shatters the sound barriers and crawls into a dark, uncomfortable space, funnelling itself into into a continuous swirling drone that leads us into track three, the aptly-named 'Dark Kashmir'. 'Your Fingers Stir The Liquid Moon' uses its electronically-charged drum sequence to mechanically distribute that swirling reverb-drenched vocal that's swathed in those impressive synth swells, whilst track five, 'Closer Again', swims in some kind of psych-induced industrial soup, as we're treated to another stunningly hypnotic vocal track held within a sonic ball of intensely vivid sound waves. Up next, 'Strange Apples' explodes onto the sonic ether, spewing forth with it that charging drum pattern and a swirling vocal track. The droning, layered guitars add a brilliant punch to proceedings. 'Mad Seeds' is reminiscent of California-based The Warlocks with its noisy, reverberating guitar lines and its impressive call to arms-like lyrical content, whilst the immensely hypnotic opening salvos of 'Deep Spaces' unleash a monolithic track that fills the entire sonic spectrum with aplomb.

The album's closer, 'Lean Down On White', is simply stunning with its massive open spaces and reverb-induced sustained droning. The haunting vocal swims in delays and reverbs as it circumnavigates the the addictive guitar line. A brilliant ending to a brilliant album.

Recommended listening!

4/5

LINKS:

badafrorecords.bandcamp.com

telstarsounddrone.com

facebook.com/telstarsounddrone/

facebook.com/badafrorecords/

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Del Chaney has spent the last four years not only fronting popular experimental Irish based electronic duo Analogue Wave but also dedicating his time to uncovering the best artists in the unsigned or small independent label based shoegaze, ethereal dream pop, post punk, post rock & modern psych rock from all over the globe & reviewing them for this blog - The Primal Music Blog. He is also a contributing writer for The Sound Of Confusion. His other arm - Primal Radio - has gained considerable respect from bands and promoters alike since its conception in 2013 & has helped him in actively promoting a genre of music that he is passionate about. Hailing from Dublin, Ireland, he is a keen Vinyl Collector, Tattoo Fan & all round good guy! He is a self confessed music freak & is never far away from a studio console or a turntable.


ALBUM REVIEW | Bolywool - Hymnals & Bombs

a1302819815_16ARTIST: Bolywool

RELEASE: Hymnals & Bombs

RELEASE DATE: 2nd March 2016

RECORD COMPANY: Novoton 

Bolywool is a Borgholm/Gothenburg-based duo consisting of cousins Calle Thoor and Oskar Erlandsson. Collectively the duo create melancholic journeys through experimental soundscapes, skirting the outer fringes of ambient shoegaze and atmospheric post-rock. Bolywool have been writing, recording and releasing music since 1998. Their latest fourteen-track opus entitled ‘Hymnals & Bombs’ had its official release on March 2nd 2016 via Swedish independent record label Novoton.

‘Hymnals & Bombs’ opens with the reverb-drenched instrumental ‘Svart Hav’. Massive cinematic-styled synth swells gorge on the atmospheric ripples created by its impressive sound waves, heralding the entry point to this monolithic fourteen-track opus. Track two, ‘Electric Mainland’, is cushioned on a bed of expertly sequenced drum patterns, soaring synth swells and impressively layered dual vocal progressions that draw the listener in and gently caresses the senses. ‘Love Meander’ swims in a sea of reverb with its beautiful vocal lines complimenting each other to stunning effect, whilst ‘Out Of Sight Of You’ is a slice of sonically vivid post-rock. ‘The Noctilucent Cloud Pt1’ has psychedelic tendencies swirling within its impressive soundscape, as wave upon wave of impressive synth and addictive guitar stabs evoke a sense of calm. ‘Open Your Eyes’ drones within a state of suspended animation as the hauntingly brilliant hypnotic vocal track builds and builds within a maelstrom of shimmering noise! Eventually we’re treated to a break of sorts, reminiscent of waves crashing on a storm-lashed beach, and I can hear subtle hints of early ‘A Storm In Heaven’-era Verve penetrate through the noise waves. A stunning track.

‘Apex In September’ is a welcome calming reprise from the cacophony of sound presented within the previous track, as its atmospheric, glitchy samples and synth stabs make way for the sound of rushing water courtesy of ‘Stromness (Under Cold Skies)’. It’s post-rock tendencies are cut short with the arrival of its explosive, soaring chorus progressions. Coming in at six minutes and fifty six seconds, ‘Stromness’ is the longest track on the album but is stunningly beautiful. ‘Bird Of Prey’ arcs into the sonic ether and we’re treated to an intelligent, glittering ball of sonic luminosity that showcases the clever songwriting ability that this band have. Track ten, ‘Flow’, meanders on a wave of beautifully golden atmospheric sound waves that are full of circling, reverberating guitar progressions and soaring synth swells. ‘Glorious Failure’ is a modern-day shoegazing gem and probably my favourite track on this entire release with its walls of addictive guitars, repetitive drum sequences and stunning, crisp vocal lines. ‘Hinterlands’ is a beautiful piece of atmospherically ambient post-rock with electronic infusions, whilst ‘Halcyon To Your Peregrine’ is a different animal altogether with its driving, pulsating beats, droning synths and addictive guitar progressions. The album’s serine closing piece is entitled ‘All Hail The Sleepy Lunar Beasts’, and it does exactly as it says on the tin.

Impressive stuff!

5/5

LINKS:

bolywool.bandcamp.com

bolywool.com

facebook.com/Bolywool/

twitter.com/Bolywool

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Del Chaney has spent the last four years not only fronting popular experimental Irish based electronic duo Analogue Wave but also dedicating his time to uncovering the best artists in the unsigned or small independent label based shoegaze, ethereal dream pop, post punk, post rock & modern psych rock from all over the globe & reviewing them for this blog - The Primal Music Blog. He is also a contributing writer for The Sound Of Confusion. His other arm - Primal Radio - has gained considerable respect from bands and promoters alike since its conception in 2013 & has helped him in actively promoting a genre of music that he is passionate about. Hailing from Dublin, Ireland, he is a keen Vinyl Collector, Tattoo Fan & all round good guy! He is a self confessed music freak & is never far away from a studio console or a turntable.


ALBUM REVIEW | Follow The Sea - Blue Joy

a2235299513_16ARTIST: Follow The Sea

RELEASE: Blue Joy

RELEASE DATE: 25th May 2016

RECORD COMPANY: Häxrummet Records

Stockholm based noisy & experimental psych-gazing duo ‘Follow The Sea’ have returned with their highly anticipated follow up to 2014’s immense four track EP ‘Sibirien’. Comprising of five tracks, ‘Blue Joy’ is peppered with masterful soundscapes each one bringing something sonically different to this modern day musical table. ‘Follow The Sea’ are made up of ‘Erik Solfeldt & Magnus Lilltrollet Lundgren’. Their overall sound drones within layers of blissful reverberation and swirling accumulative fuzz thats circumnavigated by melodically serine vocal progressions and senses pummelling percussive explosions. The album was produced by Niclas Lindgren & Follow the Sea, written by Follow the Sea (Breeze by Niclas Lindgren & Follow the Sea), mastered by Carl Saff, artwork by Erica Anettesdotterr with photos by Erica Anettesdotter & Sara Alf Sökare Eklöf. ‘Blue Joy’  was officially released on the 25th May 2016 via Häxrummet Records and is available to buy/download on various formats from: followthesea.bandcamp.com.

‘Blue Joy’ opens up with the blistering ‘Dive’. A swirling drone lays a solid, guiding foundation before we’re introduced to explosive drums and a massive layered wall of driving guitars. It then takes off like a sonic steam train, weaving and bobbing through expansive golden frequencies that are drenched in stunning guitar effects. The reverberating maelstrom of intense noise ebbs and flows through expertly produced & spacious percussive breaks as the tracks melodic vocal line picks its way through the leftovers of the proceeding sonic attack. ‘Dive’ is brilliantly addictive and a stunning opener. Up next, is the albums’s first single! ‘Virhe’ languishes on a bed rock of repetitive sequenced percussive hits as those hazy synth swells and hypnotic guitars swirl around the psychedelically induced but highly melodic vocal track, thus holding it in a kind of sonic stasis as the track meanders expertly on its chosen course.

A driving, distorted guitar progression coupled with another pounding drum pattern announces the arrival of ‘In Time’ and its not long before we’re treated to another impressive vocal display that leads us into a soaring chorus and on into a blissful break before the track explodes into a cacophony of wonderful noise! The growling, opening chords of the albums’s penultimate track entitled ‘Fall’ leans more into noise-rock territory but their is a subtle swathe of psych-rock coursing through its inner core. The vocals wail and the guitars surf through layers of impressive, sequenced synth progressions that are steeped in impressive reverberating joy! The albums’s closing piece chalks in at fifteen minutes plus. ‘Breeze’ floats into the sonic ether on a wave of droning atmospheric synth that builds from its opening notes. The addition of dark creeping guitar swells add to the building intrigue before ‘Breeze’ explodes into a wonderfully hypnotic wall of intense noise. Subtle vocal hits swim within the swirling sonic maelstrom as ‘Follow The Sea’ close out ‘Blue Joy’ with a brilliant slice of stunning experimental psych-gaze. A thoroughly enjoyable ending to a brilliantly executed album.

Recommended Listening!

5/5

LINKS:

facebook.com/followthesea

followthesea.bandcamp.com

haxrummet.bandcamp.com

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Del Chaney has spent the last four years not only fronting popular experimental Irish based electronic duo Analogue Wave but also dedicating his time to uncovering the best artists in the unsigned or small independent label based shoegaze, ethereal dream pop, post punk, post rock & modern psych rock from all over the globe & reviewing them for this blog - The Primal Music Blog. He is also a contributing writer for The Sound Of Confusion. His other arm - Primal Radio - has gained considerable respect from bands and promoters alike since its conception in 2013 & has helped him in actively promoting a genre of music that he is passionate about. Hailing from Dublin, Ireland, he is a keen Vinyl Collector, Tattoo Fan & all round good guy! He is a self confessed music freak & is never far away from a studio console or a turntable.


NEW SINGLE PREMIERE | Zeit - Wonder.

Swedish based post-gazers 'Zeit' have returned with a fantastic new single entitled 'Wonder' and it follows on from their stunning 2015 single release 'Your Eyes'. The band have been mesmerising the underground fraternity with a blistering mix of layered shoegaze laden soundscapes intertwined with post-punk drive and overloaded with impressive melody driven vocal lines. 'Wonder' is available to buy/download right now from: zeit.bandcamp.com

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'Wonder' swoons on layers of golden hued reverberating guitar lines, subtle bass frequencies and beautifully articulated vocal progressions that are chocked full of glorious atmosphere & inthralling melody! This is a magnificent return to form by a band at the very peak of the shoegaze wave!

Recommended! 

LINKS: 

zeit.bandcamp.com

facebook.com/zeitmusic

twitter.com/zeitband


MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERE | Final Days Society - Debris

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Final Days Society - Debris 

Final Days Society are a post-rock/shoegaze band from Växjö, Sweden. The band have been creating music together since 2006 and have numerous releases under their belts. They are 5 guys ( Suwat Khanh, Andreas Jeansson, Pierre Olsson, Marcus Knutsson & Anton Grundberg) who joined forces to make music that they love. With a sound musically reminiscent at times to 'God Is An Astronaut & Ghost Box Orchestra' but with subtle shoegazing tendencies intertwined with a hint of electronic swagger they have just released their latest album to the masses entitled 'Icebreaker' via Sound Pollution. 

'Debris' is a slice of cinematic post rock heaven & is full of sonically emotive heaving swells filled with soaring guitars and pounding drums.  The vocals on 'Debris' are blissfully addictive and will have you wanting more. This is the latest track to be lifted from 'Icebreaker' & the accompanying video is something to behold. You can get the complete album right now over at finaldayssociety.bandcamp.com

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NEW SINGLE PREVIEW: Star Horse - Slower Now (Häxrummet Records)

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ARTIST: Star Horse

RELEASE: Slower Now 

RELEASE DATE: 09/06/15

RECORD COMPANY: Häxrummet Records

Swedish shoegazers 'Star Horse' return with an immense new single entitled 'Slower Now' due for release on 9th June 2015 on Häxrummet Records. With an added pre order bonus of a 7' vinyl available alongside the regular digital download format the band have continued on in the same vein as their previous releases by writing & producing seriously addictive shimmering shoegaze soundscapes reminiscent to the heady days of the first wave gazers. The band are made up of Samuel Hemmilä - Drums,  Stas Neilyk - Bass,  Andreas Ryberg - Guitar / Vocals & Maja Thunberg - Guitar / Vocals.  

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'Slower Now' floats on a reverberating sonic cloud of shoegaze swirls infused with dreamopop inspired vocal lines, addictive drum patterns, stunning bass lines & layer upon layer of shimmering guitars. It is simply sublime! 

AUTHOR: Del Chaney.

The single is available to pre order right now via the bands bandcamp page - starhorse.bandcamp.com

LINKS: 

facebook.com/starhorsemusic

twitter.com/starhorsemusic

starhorse.bandcamp.com