It’s on the brink of jazz, pop and avant-garde music (and common sense as well). Moon Hooch unearth all possible from two saxophones and drums kit to create the most bizarre sound from it.
Great minimalistic and delicate instrumental album. Something that stays between people when all genres fade away.
Here is a very interesting album composed by American band Spotlights which stoutly cancelles borders between styles.
Fuzzy waves and self-improving reverb – these are instruments involved here. In matter, they are represented by guitars, bass, drum and keys (to be exact, cathedral keyboards). Common composition, but it sounds pretty unconventional.
Weird as our world, such a collaboration of math with noise. Unveiling the environment while standing in a line or doubting to search for a lost dog… Is this weird enough?
Does massive sludge have a chance to join with something melodic and female vocals? This is the case.
Chicago-based trio Escape Is Not Freedom released very nice album full of concentrated energy.
Solid, elaborated and spectacular record from masters – If These Trees Could Talk.
Ohio (US) based band If These Trees Could Talk made a great step in exploring sound boundaries. True to their own style, clear and devoted, swaying back and forth from light and ethereal to heavy and stunning.