The Week 11122016

OK, Internet down , doing this on the mobile so I’ll keep it brief. The usual great music is here – check RIFKIN KAZAN, It It Anita, Flasher, The Molochs, DTCV, Yama Warashi, The Loch Ness Mouse, TENTS, WESEN, Little Big Sea, Tusen Takk, Y.M.C.K, Los Valses, Sundayman and Einar Stray Orchestra. Here’s an OMD…

Interview with Marcus from Near Myth

Near Myth describe themselves thus ” a band of pioneering fantasy-noir academics based in Melbourne, Australia.” Fantasy-noir is a sister trope of “neo noir” or cyberpunk. It’s a relatively small sub-genre that blends the setting, characters and plot structure of a film noir mystery with the more colorful elements of fantasy and science fiction. It…

A dysphemic vocalisation in the Second Temple: The Molochs

Here are two spiffing tracks from The Molochs new LP ‘America’s Velvet Glory’ which be coming out in January. Listen to the songs and read the rather wonderful biography on their facebook page and then you will understand. The Molochs – You and Me & No More Crying

Gone for a swim old friend Joshi? chill out with Yama Warashi

This is , these are Tangled Roots & Moon Egg from Yama Warashi’s debut LP “Moon Egg” out on Stolen Body Records. Yama is a Bristol-based Japanese musician – her songs are about tangled relationships of humans, nature and moon phases.The only thing that came as a surprise there was the moon phases bit (to…