Excellent noisy psychedelic deployment from the Japanese krautrockers. I love that that's a real sentence.
(Whisper it - it actually sounds a bit early Jane's Addiction at the end too.)
Taken from their second album "With Dim Light", links below.
Posted Tuesday, June 19, 2018.
"Cry Little Sister" - Marilyn Manson
If I'm honest, I find my mileage varies a lot with Mr. Manson. However, his 80s covers game has always been strong and this is no exception...
"That's A Lifestyle" - Dirty Projectors
Second track from DP's forthcoming album. More skittish, melodic stuff and it's got a goddam guitar solo in it. Bliss.
"Gateway" - Shy Layers
Shy Layers (the militant disco wing of art type JD Walsh) brings us this lovely mash of filth synth and pop hook.
"Paste" - Callie Ryan
Sweaty, visceral, and (dare I say it) almost 90's Bristol-esque trip-hop type deployment.
"unfold" - Ólafur Arnalds, SOHN
Niggling, gorgeous ambient-classical instrumental from the Icelandic composer and his mate.
"Sport Component National" - Guided By Voices
Lo-fi, multi-faceted, many-tempo-ed piece from the old school Ohio rockers.
"Sweater in the Lake" - Look Vibrant
Magnificently noisy and uplifting lo-fi-art-rock deployment from Quebec.