June LaLonde is many things, and a multi-instrumentalist, a striking lyricist, an incredible producer, and an avid chess-player are just a few of them. Beyond her talents is a radiant personality and kind disposition that makes her music all the more precious.
A twisted, churning hum gives way to blast beats and London’s own Pupil Slicer have their hand clasped around your throat.
Helena Deland and producer, Ouri, have teamed up to combine auras and “contrasting eeriness and softness” into their new project, Hildegard.
The narrative as displayed in G_d's Pee AT STATE'S END is a powerful one - to be expected of a band like Godspeed You! Black Emperor. They are no stranger to politik, and choose to use their music as a platform for their beliefs.
Being a band of “five people trying to make the most honest music possible”, avoid. brought three beautiful releases to life over the course of three rather difficult years.
Nobody ever expected UK Metalcore giants Architects to release another album. Once Tom Searle, the acclaimed heartbeat of the band, passed away in 2016 it was hard to imagine them carrying on.
Following a discography that throws you into the depths of a murky swamp, Axis: Sova‘s third full-length album, Shampoo You, shapes the nostalgic sound of dirty punk music into a unique and rather cleansing experience.
'Callous' is a haunting and alluring track, highlighting SASAMI’s skill of creating surreal melodies to match real moods. Listen to 'Callous' by SASAMI.
With a vocal approach at times comparable to Get The Shot or Converge, and instrumentation drawing inspiration from the likes of The Dillinger Escape Plan and Every Time I Die, 'Joy' commands your attention from the moment you press play.
With Tim Hecker's most recent release, the beauty of woodwinds and strings fading in and out of a pulsing synth provides all the depth needed for him to withdraw into simplicity. Our review of 'Konoyo'.