Oaksenham are a progressive rock band formed in Yerevan, Armenia in 2001. It’s exceptionally good symphonic prog.
Wonderful news, courtesy of Vinyl Factory’s blog: Les Chemins De Katmandou, a soundtrack by Serge Gainsbourg and Jean-Claude Vannier presumed… Read more [Music] Lost 1969 Serge Gainsbourg and Jean-Claude Vannier Soundtrack Released For The First Time
Canary Records owner (and a rather fine experimental musician himself) Ian Nagoski should be commended for his work in bringing… Read more [Music] Various Artists – Don’t Let Me Be Lost To You B-Sides: Albanian, Armenian, Greek, Jewish & Turkish Music from the Me Re, Balkan, Metropolitan & Kaliphon Labels
I have to thank my friend Yasen Kazandjiev for quite a few upcoming reviews of some of the most intriguing… Read more [Music] Subact – The Dubsquad EP
Dalya Alberge of The Guardian writes on Ron Hutchinson’s horrid experiences with Marlon Brando while working on the film The… Read more [Film] Marlon Brando was my idol but he turned into a monster. He sabotaged my film.
Kauan are a band out of Kyiv, Ukraine, who sit somewhere between prog rock and post-rock. You hear influences… Read more [Music] Kauan – Kaiho
Ethiopian music is doing rather well in Israel, if this new single by the Hoodna Orchestra is any indication of… Read more [Music] Hoodna Orchestra – Yelben/Beza (Single)
Yet another African music reissue specialist has popped up. This time, it’s Hot Casa Records out of Paris, France. Their… Read more [Music] Stanislas Tolon – Dans le Tchink Système
Nevyansk, Russia’s Astral & Shit have scores of releases out of Bandcamp. This is their most recent; an album full… Read more [Music] Astral & Shit – бесконечный трепет цвета (увядание)
When you’re seen as ugly/unattractive, like it or not, you use whatever means at hand to sell yourself to others.… Read more [Music] Sax Appeal: 48 Sexy Saxophone Album Covers