Loose. At times, I like my music loose. As if the music-making is going on now made by a bunch of people right. . .now.
Otoboke Beaver describe themselves as: “Japanese girls ‘knock out or pound cake’ band.” ‘Nuff said. Sniff!
I hear a big dollop of Machine Gun. A Brötzmann attack served up by James Allsop’s baritone saxophone with pounding percussion as its main foil and electronic crush to fill in the blanks. There is […]
I love Billie Eilish’…
It was bound to happen. Inevitable, really.
“OAKE is emerging Berlin duo Eric Goldstein and Bathseba Zippora, who together alchemize their own variant of dark, atmospheric techno inspired by British post-Industrial acts and the occult.” You had me at alchemize.
Sometimes songs irritate me—melody, hooks, lyrics, and heaven forbid, a guitar solo. Sometimes I want, need?, noise. The more industrial, the better. Enter My Disco’s new album Environment in the nick of time.
Eva Moolchan sings and plays nearly everything on her new record Highway Hypnosis. While the music wanders through a number of styles, I find the ride completely enjoyable.