It’s hang music as it is: nothing redundant. Just perfect music pieces full of feelings, often melancholic and dreamy in one time.
Once I’ve encountered “Big Balloon” on my way… And this juicy bass is still following me in moments of a rush, letdown or futility.
It’s a rare piece of full-of-life funky sounds living in light melodies and perky rythms. Strange name for the album makes its contribution to a listener’s impression: it’s all about inner feelings…
Get some heavy goosebumps immediately with Battalions’ latest album “Moonburn”. It sounds pretty unconventional as it takes advantages of hardcore punk and sludge metal.
Very nice album containing atmospheric melodies and heavy riffs as well. Authentic intersection of post-rock with post-metal – when there’s no sense to put a label.
Despite the fact that British band Bossk is barely prolific group (one full length album for a decade is not that much), “Audio Noir” is a nickel album with some sort of goosebumps encrusted.
Starting with explicit and ingenious title with their last album, Gnod establish direct contact with a listener’s innerself immediately.
Lyrics with social background perfectly pierce massive and raw sound, and you have to cope somehow with all of this stuff. Continue reading