Silly like a bunch of friends writing music in the garage, not meant for release, just ended up on a record somehow. But the track The Rose is a psychedelic indie rock disco funk monster, favorite track of the month. (Besides that other favorite track of the month.)
I came accross a bunch of artists opening up the whole Afro-Caribbean electronic music scene for me. Africa meets Latin-America on the club dancefloor. Funny thing, what made me discover all these artists were their spectactular album covers that I just kept clicking.
Ghetto Kumbé – Soy Selva
Nación Ekeko – La Danza
King Coya – Tierra de King Coya
Dengue Dengue Dengue – Son de los Diablos
Save for the few occasions when this goes too much pop it is a powerhouse of rock and roll. Stumbled upon it with the new single Uncomfortable so now looking forward to the new record.
Pleasant house music along the lines of feelings when Paul Kalkbrenner first hit with his Berlin Calling soundtrack.
A unique listening experience that I’ve been going back to for some time now. It all started with a random encounter of a live recording that blew my mind. That stage, that presence.
Post-rock and male vocal sings blue melodies and electronic meets acoustic and reminds me of Archive. From Turkey.
It’s exactly like nu jazz today. Laid-back lounge music with some african elements mixed in.
He says “think Burial meets Bonobo”, and that’s about right. Nice, moody, atmospheric, downtempo bass music.
I am gonna call this garage indie noir-inflicted pop-rock. Attention grabbing record in many colours of the grayscale.
Everything and anything you could possibly hear at a psychedelic rock festival. From experimental electronics through hippy dance to of course serious psychedelic rock shit. This is dope.