Archive for June, 2011

WILLIAM BOWERS soundtracks #2

Posted in ambient, piano, synthesizer, tape on June 30, 2011 by vesalahde
didnt listen yet, download and say something.
MEDIAFIRE

“William works primarily in synthesizer, tape, piano, and musique
concrete to form a very desolate, cold ambiance.
Drawing heavy influence from composers such as Basinski, David Lynch,
Philip Glass, and Silas Ciarán,
Bowers focuses on mood and atmosphere versus technical composition.”

ANGST EATER

Posted in dark ambient, experimental, weird shit on June 26, 2011 by vesalahde

weird shite, but unique.

CLOUD

X-RAY FIENDS demo

Posted in auckland, garage rock, psychedelic, punk on June 25, 2011 by vesalahde

CAMP

PERMANENT COLLECTION delirium

Posted in pop, post punk, san francisco on June 25, 2011 by vesalahde
CAMP

SOL black cloud of becoming

Posted in drone doom on June 24, 2011 by vesalahde

DROWNING.CC

“A bleak tale of creation and change. A lively combination of reed organ atmospherics, death doom metal and twanging doom in the style of Earth. A fine introduction to Emil Brahe’s work as SOL. A surprising collaboration between instrumentalists from the fringes of Danish rock – including Singvogel and Shiggajon. The Black Cloud of Becoming.”

ROOF LIGHT + BIRDS OF PASSAGE stand under

Posted in drone, psychedelic, shoegaze on June 24, 2011 by vesalahde

http://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F17627875Roof Light + birds of passage – Stand Under by birds of passage

BARREN WASTE

Posted in grindcore, hardcore, metal on June 23, 2011 by vesalahde
luminous pandemonium.
REVERBNATION

“Barren Waste came together in late January of 2011 in response to an unimaginative local metal scene. All four members wanted to make something exciting and have so far done just that. Genre conventions were dropped. Instead the songs dictated where the songs would go. Not only are the usual elements of Death, Black, Thrash, Grindcore, and Hardcore used, but they are coupled with noise, classic rock, and free jazz influences.”