Touring in support of latest solo album ‘Groove Denied’, the indie-rock icon of Pavement crafts a DIY lo-fi post punk sound that is pierced with primitive electronics and synths.
Members of instrumental post-rockers Godspeed You! Black Emperor and drone/ambient group Growing collaborate on ‘are SING SINCK, SING’; a record with expansive, distorted vocals overlaying swarming synths and drones.
On his recently released album ‘Soundings’, the composer, sound ecologist and drummer of Slowdive uses field recordings tweaked with modular synthesizers and laptop electronics to soundtrack his years in flux as he toured the world.
From Berlin via Dresden, the group are a hearty blend of fuzzy noise rock, dreamy shoegaze and blissed out vocals that echo Cocteau Twins and My Bloody Valentine.
Perhaps better known as guitarist and vocalist from avant-psych rock band Suuns, Shemie’s debut solo LP was recorded in one take and delivers idiosyncratic synth pop with sparse electronics and drum beats.
Manchester-based, recently-formed trio fronted by ex Dub Sex guitarist presents a raw, garage punk sound evocative of the Stooges and Wire.
Balloon Machine’s curated evenings continue with the singer songwriter well versed in guitar, harp and piano, whose delicate and intimate songs provide pleasing harmonies.
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