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Diodati - Susurrus Lake

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Diodati - Susurrus Lake

2016-01-18 / RobertSaligia / Reads: 1306

The "Susurrus Lake" album from neo-classical trio Diodati requires attention, at least in the initial phase of familiarizing with the material. Despite some plasticity of music contained on the album, it leaves a lot of room for imagination, as some shapes hiding behind a veil of mist rising in the...

Slim Cessna’s Auto Club - An Introduction for Young and Old Europe

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Slim Cessna’s Auto Club - An Introduction for Young and Old Europe

2015-12-25 / pcod / Reads: 1291

"So I sent my three bloodhounds; theys a comin to hunt you down."   Maybe this statement will sound a little funny, but there is some potential in country music. Well, I don’t write about mainstream country, which in United States is as popular as disco-polo in Poland. I rather...

Black Nail Cabaret - Satisfaction

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Black Nail Cabaret - Satisfaction

2015-12-16 / RobertSaligia / Reads: 1796

Black Nail Cabaret is a female duo originating from Budapest (Emese "Emke" Árvai-Illes responsible for vocals and Zsofia "Sophie" Tarr behind the keyboards). Despite their name, they do not create in dark cabaret style. Synthpop plays. And no, they do not imitate Ladytron. "Satisfaction" single is the second foretaste...

(((S))) - Welcome To The Heartland

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(((S))) - Welcome To The Heartland

2015-12-11 / Alastor / Reads: 1549

So "Welcome to the Heartland" is a very decent lo-fi/indie/post-punk that in handful draws from achievements of groups like Guided By Voices, and Sonic Youth. Completely honest - little gothic and little pure darkness. In no case, however, it does not affect the picture of the whole - we are...

Mlada Fronta - Polygon

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Mlada Fronta - Polygon

2015-11-10 / DamienG / Reads: 1214

Mlada Fronta remained silent for over 9 years but French act's driving creative force Remy Pelleschi brings "Polygon" to his audience without any trace of doubt in his continuing relevance and talent. His latest electronic effort is self-contained, precisely calculated and flawlessly executed, and it comfortably occupies space above the...

2KM2 - It Was Tough

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2KM2 - It Was Tough

2015-11-04 / carpenterk / Reads: 1261

On 24th September 2014 was released debut album from British 2KM2 band "It Was Tough". Adrian Breakspear mixed it at Bank Studios. The band consists of Chris: guitars, bass, drums, programming; Mike: vocals, bass, keyboards, programming; Ed: drums. Three men from London spent six years in the studio and after...


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