I think Jeff Gburek’s music will merit its own genre. I haven’t had the pleasure of hearing too many people who could blend experimental music, ambient and some indescribably primal music together so seamlessly I took two deep listens to the album. The first allowed me to listen to the structure of the music as […]
It’s one thing to hear former Wax Trax! artists The Young Gods play their signature tune live, but having Mike Patton join in on the fun makes the event a bit more merry.
Though it’s listed as post-rock on their Bandcamp page, Akute would probably fit rather well in the indie and shoegazer music genres as well.
Oh, happy day! Though I always enjoyed the Crippled Dick reissue of said soundtrack, it seems too truncated. Wah Wah Records has rectified the problem. The soundtrack to Vampyros Lesbos can now be heard in fuller glory, with beautiful repackaging. Read more about it from The Vinyl Factory here.
Many thanks to Ralf Herrmann for posting this video presented by Aleksandra Samulenkova on the peculiarities of Latvian letterforms and typography.
I’m not much of a fan of later Pink Floyd, but the Syd Barrett-era is very, very hard to beat.
The members of The Smiths has mentioned that they loved Parliament and Funkadelic, but I had no idea that they started jamming to those tunes. Former drummer Si Wolstencroft found this ancient demo, and it will be released shortly. Read more at Last Day Leaf.