[Music] Luís Lapa & Pé de Cabra – O Homem Invisível

I don’t like the term noir for music unless it fits in a film-like connotation, but there’s something pleasantly dark in this new release by Luís Lapa & Pé de Cabra, two Portuguese jazz heads. The Saul Bass-inspired cover art gives it away, I suppose, but the music is quite deep.

[Music] Gamardah Fungus – Fairytales

Gamardah Fungus are an experimental groups out of Dnipro, Ukraine, who build a lot of their own instruments. According to the band’s Bandcamp site, “The album was inspired by the spellbinding events, which happened to us in an old abandoned manor in Ukrainian forests.” This is my first exposure to Gamardah Fungus. I look forward […]

[Music] The Rich History—and Present—of Latin American Prog

Noah Berlatsky of Bandcamp Daily gives a decent retrospective on some of the great progressive and psychedelic bands which came out of South America during the 1970s, though, sadly, the Mellow Records contributions seem to be permanently deleted, which is a shame.

[Music] Jurica Jelić – Songs from the Attick (EP)

The latest release by Jurica Jelić marks his third appearance on our modest blog. This EP is a bit of a departure, as Jurica’s vocals, a deep, resonating baritone, gets prominently featured on this release. It’s hard to believe that he’s hitting notes that comparable singers like Michael Gira (Swans, Angels Of Light) could not […]