You Reflect Me
The two brothers, Benjamin and Thomas Page, that form RocketNumberNine have been improvising for the past eight years as well as playing in other bands such as Rothko, Elite Barbarian and The Sleeping Years and their influences are rooted in jazz and electronic music. Fresh from an acclaimed UK tour supporting Four Tet (with Nathan Fake and Pantha Du Prince) last March, today they have out a digital 12” on Four Tet / Kieran Hebden own record label, Text Records ( physical 12″ will be out in october). And be sure to check the upcoming live dates on their website, they’re going to tour again with Four Tet in november and they will play few shows with Caribou and James Holden.
Here‘s a preview of Matthew and Toby, a recording dedicated to jazzist drummer Steve Reid, passed away on April 13, 2010.
Songs for divining
The last few days of summer have arrived and as a perfect bridge between the warm summer nights and the cozier autumn evenings, Maps & Transit offer us a beautiful album filled with sunlight and nostalgia.
On ' songs for divining ' Kyle Dawkins & Julie Phillips masterly concocted an evoking sense of travelling. From track to track, their american folk and experimental electronica bring us from the 50s south-american bayoos to simple, fragile polaroids of obscure forests.
Maps & Transit - Songs for divining by Camomille
PrinserVikinger Ep (Live)
So far 2010 has been a great year for Slaraffenland´s and Efterklang’s mutant-band SlaraffenKLANG and today we can reveal another highlight! The release of their new free live EP entitled PRINSER & VIKINGER Live at the Royal Danish Playhouse. The new EP is available for free and holds 5 songs all recorded at January 24th 2010 when SlaraffenKLANG guested the Royal Danish Playhouse in Copenhagen.
SlaraffenKLANG don´t write their own songs. They don´t even have a website or Facebook page. They have absolutely no career ambitions. Why should you even care? Because it is nothing but music and the joy of it and it is here for you to download - if you want to! and for free!
Casiostone for the Painfully Alone (live 9/11/2010 @ Hi-Dive)
Antifa e rilancia i temi del disagio sociale, indirizzando rime militanti contro il regime «delle loro libertà». D'altronde, annunciando il ritorno, Zulù aveva spiegato come «in un'Italia così non era possibile restare a guardare». E non è solo problema di picchiatori. Il grande pericolo per i 99 Posse «sono i fascisti perbene, una classe intellettuale che fa sì che un quotidiano possa titolare Israele ha fatto bene a sparare, il controllo dell'informazione che trasforma l'italiano medio da "brava gente" a essere meschino». «Volevamo ridare un megafono a chi non riesce a farsi ascoltare. E i numeri ci hanno dato ragione», conclude Zulù.
Train times for sway
Ludo Maas recorded this definitive folktronica album back in 2004 under his solo project Multi-Panel. Train Times for Sway was set for release sometime in 2005, but due to uncontrollable circumstances, the album remained lost to our ears and hidden in the vaults these past five years. For those familiar with Multi-Panel's Door EP, this album will be like coming home after a hard day's work. Electronic rhythms mix into hushed vocals and guitar, while lush synth swells cultivate richness and depth. Adding to the album's landscape, Ludo enlists singer Pien Feith to help out with vocal duties, crafting some lovely duet moments that crop up like a cool breeze on a hot summer day. Throughout the many layers of textures, Train Times remains intimately sparse. Many of the tracks are Ludo with a guitar, only using voice and electronics to decorative effect, flowing quietly into the next piece. Multi-Panel's long awaited second album has finally seen the light of day, and it is worth the wait!