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Terrain Vague de Acidandali, un terreno de noise fragmentado

Seguidores del noise y la experimentación, Terrain Vague de Acidandali es un álbum que se mueve sobre un terreno fragmentado de sonidos con vocales que transitan entre la desaparición total y los ecos borrosos. 342 more words


These New Puritans: Live at Electric Brixton in London

These New Puritans, a British experimental rock band, recently performed their track ‘Island Song’ for Nowness at the famous Electric Brixton in South London. This amazing video was directed by the experimental band and Phil Poole, and was captured by multiple cameras. 22 more words


CD Pre-Review: Navigator by Her Name Is Calla

Her Name Is Calla’s newest release is a fine example of the hallmark traits of the mysterious and chameleonic world of Post-Rock. While no two tracks sound the same, they are unified by the ethereal texture and atmosphere which creeps through this album. 157 more words


You wind me up like the spring in a clock

Just because we haven’t been shouting about it doesn’t mean Dan and I haven’t been working hard like two diligent little ants. We have been dealing with changes of scenery, tedious business planning and lots of new to-do’s, so time has not exactly been to spare. 753 more words


For obvious reasons, my song of the day goes out to Arcade Fire. I’m still thinking about their Coachella performance and how crazy/fantastic it was. I wish I could have been there holding up a poster or blown up animal and just running around having the time of my life. 148 more words

Live Review: Elbow, Jimi Goodwin at London's O2 Arena (4/16)

Photography by Helen Boast

Seated high up at London’s O2 arena, it was little surprise that most of those around me boasted strong northern accents. After all, two of the north of England’s favourite sons were on hand to dispense the kind of homespun wit and wisdom characteristic of the region, alongside brands of music that play hard with your emotions. 780 more words

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