All other bands can go home for the day because there’s a new Adebisi Shank song in town… ‘Big Unit’, the first track from the band’s This Is The Third Album Of A Band Called Adebisi Shank, is a celebratory anthem. The sound of triumph as the band’s press release put it, or to get… Read more »
No Spill Blood are about ready to follow up their Street Meat EP (your number #1 EP of 2012) with their debut album this year on Sargent House. ‘White Out’ is one of the tracks that will feature on it and it’s kinda got a trademark furious horror synth live band sound.
I actually wrote the press blurb for All Hail Bright Futures, And So I Watch You From Afar’s third album, late last year and I basically said all I wanted to say about it in that form. So weird as it feels, here I am ripping off my own work in a weird way. Suffice… Read more »
Just before Christmas we got ‘Like A Mouse’, the first track from And So I Watch You From Afar’s All Hail Bright Futures out on March 18th. That’s next month! Holla. ‘Big Thinks Do Remarkable’ is one of my favourites from the uplifting record, a cacophony of exuberant noise with unexpected exaltations and a “the… Read more »
There’s nowt much better to top the day off than a new song from Adebisi Shank is there? As performed for Sargent House in LA last year. ‘Thunder’ might not be the actual title but whatever, it’s FRIDAY AND Adebisi Shank have a new song and maybe a new album later this year. Go nuts.
Surprise! Here’s a nice early Christmas present. A taster of And So I Watch You From Afar’s new album All Hail Bright Futures, the first for the band as a three-piece following the departure of Tony Wright (Niall Kennedy plays with them live is now a full-time member of the band). ‘Like A Mouse’ is… Read more »
I’ve been playing Chelsea Wolfe’s beautiful new album Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs quite a lot over the past month (listen to it). Its brittle gothic folk emantes from the speakers in a calming spacious way. Her label Sargent House recently captured two performances in their Glassroom. Above is ‘Spinning Centers’, a favourite… Read more »