On this latest release from the band fans will notice a departure from the sound the group created on 2014’s Rave Tapes and a return the heavily layered and dizzying environment, similar to 2003’s masterpiece Happy Songs For Happy People.
Day Of The Dead is an instrumental 3-piece band that formed in 2005. Taking the haunting tremolo sounds of vintage spy movies, and the twisted feel of spaghetti western soundtracks, […]
Instrumental rockers Maybeshewill recently released their fourth album ‘Fair Youth’ in the US, following last year’s European release and extensive touring. To coincide with the release stateside, the band have […]
Having recently charted on both the Billboard Heatseekers and Dance charts with his most recent album Zion, which also peaked at #2 on the iTunes Dance chart and #1 on […]
And here we have the second offering from the English instrumental band Maybeshewill, showcasing the brilliant electronic sampling and instrumental style they conquered ………….
Originating from Australia, the indie rock band Hungry Ghosts has me starving for more (get it?). Released in 2000, this review makes me a little late to the party but I couldn’t help myself.
“For me, OPENING is about transformation,” explains Christopher Willits, “the experience of changing oneself to be more of who you know you can be, and, ultimately, the joy that comes with […]