The first new album in 30 years from these noise rock pioneers, featuring the iconic Thalia Zedek, positively rips. Deep, interesting, strong and emotional. Just a great work. Liz Harris will always have something strong, special and surprising in the best artistic way.
Explore music. Hands by Reighnbeau. On this album, dreamy and reverb heavy, we hear a voice that you might imagine to be in your own head, soft, velveteen, soothing. Put this tape in the boom box or through your favorite headphones and simply melt into your pillows and ponder the infinite.
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Brand Find a brand. Axess Products. Though the album may initially seem a sea of viscous electronic noise, nearly impossible to navigate, there is an intense impressionistic layering to be discovered by those who plunge their heads beneath the surface.
These songs, though formed from the most abstract of sounds, carry the empty weight of a quiet room, broken by the subtle shuffling of an antsy child seated on the couch, or the clatter of silverware in the kitchen. Perfect music for staring at kitchen appliances late at night, or reaching out to illuminated spacecrafts in a Spielberg film. Labels: Album Review , Louisville , sketching. He also manages his own tape label, Kandahar Homedubs. Labels: big booty bill , da fish.
Had a super rad time trading and talking zines at Ephemera Fest with my pals from Tobacco Magazine! Thanks to Chuck Clenney for inviting me to do a reading. Mecha Yuri - Anime Murder Compilation. For the past year and a half, I've been casually observing the evolution of Mecha Yuri formerly Harmonicanadian Reckords , a collective of lo-fi artists who happen to be major fans of anime and shows on Cartoon Network.
Almost each album or single warranted a new project title, and each member of the collective featured would be credited under a monosyllabic pseudonym. It made for a confusing discography to navigate, but that only gave it the sort of mysterious allure that I tend to enjoy. As time went by, and the collective changed names, some of these projects began to solidify and mature.
As of now, there are four concrete projects who have put out albums as part of the Mecha Yuri collective. Their latest release, Anime Murder, brings these artists together for an extended listening experience. Each track is exclusive to the compilation, making for a stellar introduction to the world of Mecha Yuri. The first band to appear is Radical McKickflip, an acoustic solo project that deals out peppy pop jingles with clever, often funny lyrics.
I rather enjoyed the track, "He's Animal Crossed The Line", from his demo LP last winter, a fun little tune about becoming too attached to video game characters. His initial two tracks on the comp deliver his same winning formula, but he also offers up a minute epic: "It's a Mystery", which initially starts out as being about a murder, but slowly morphs into a tragic love story, accompanied by a train whistle and melodica.
It's his most beautiful track by leaps and bounds. Next up is oyasumi, the most prolific Mecha Yuri artist, formerly known as Death Punchies. His sound blends the droning rock guitaristry of the Velvet Underground with Animal Collective's dizzying psychedelia. Bordering on shoegaze, the sound of "Isabelle" is enormous. Cavernous reverb, chirping synths and swooning vocals all make up a creamy wall of rich sonic fluff.
He also whips up a gorgeous ambient track, "Inspiration Cycle". High Impact Sexual Violence, the collaboration between Radical McKickflip and oyasumi, throws in a garage rock cover of an already decently punky japanese tune from the anime K-ON. They even sing it in the original language!Jul 04, · According to the band, this album was released on cassette in , and only 33 copies were ever made. They recorded this self-released cassette as a trio before deciding to transform the group into a large band.