Sunday, April 22, 2018

[Teaser of the day] Eddie Cantor - Cheer Up! Smile! Nertz!


  • Oldie music
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Big band music
  • Music hall
  • Jazz
  • Vaudeville
  • Swing

Artist: Eddie Cantor
Year: 1931

[Teaser of the day] Violeta Päivänkakkara - Sandy



  • Dream folk
  • Ambient folk
  • Electronic
  • Art folk
  • Post-folk

Label: Self-released/Bandcamp
Year: 2016

[Teaser of the day] Pedro Parque - Eva en No menor



  • Alternative rock
  • Indie rock
  • Post-punk

Artist: Pedro Parque
Label: La Gramola
Year: 2014

Saturday, April 21, 2018

[Teaser of the day] Music For Your Plants - Terra



  • Dubstep
  • Breaks
  • New Age
  • Post-psychedelic electronica
  • Crossover
  • Electronic music
  • Alternative

Release: PAN EP
Label: Self-released/Bandcamp
Year: 2015

[Teaser of the day] Walt Thisney - Dust



  • Post-classical
  • Nu jazz
  • Downbeat
  • Epic
  • Art music
  • Crossover

Artist: Walt Thisney
Release: Single-o
Label: Self-released/Bandcamp
Year: 2017

[Teaser of the day] Chenard Walcker - Stringtronics


  • Disco pop
  • Sampledelic
  • Synth funk
  • Mashup
  • Plunderphonics
  • Sound collage
  • Crossover

Release: The Lotus Opus
Year: 2004

[Teaser of the day] Muhr - Lucas Arc Part 2



  • Electronic music
  • Dubstep
  • Post-rock
  • Epic
  • Crossover
  • Indietronica
  • Alternative

Artist: Muhr
Release: Lucas Arc 
Year: 2013

[Teaser of the day] Nick R 61 - Olimpiyskiy Mishka


  • Electronic music
  • Glitchtronica
  • Alternative
  • Crossover
  • Breakbeat
  • Ambient techno
  • Drill and bass

Artist: Nick R 61
ReleaseBilet v SSSR
Label: Fusion
Year: 2009

Friday, April 20, 2018

[Teaser of the day] Ready for Men - Weekends Away


  • Synth-pop
  • Electro-indie
  • Alternative dance
  • Dance pop
  • Electro pop
  • Alternative pop

Artist: Ready for Men
Release: Two Young Boys   
Year: 2013

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Multi-Panel – Rekordgate I (2018)




  • Folktronica 
  • Indietronica 
  • Post-rock 
  • Indie pop 
  • Duyster 
  • Dream folk 
  • Electronic 
  • DIY 
  • Epic

Comment: my first contact with Ludo G. Maas` music was probably related through No-Source imprint. The artist comes from the Netherlands and as it can be seen at the Bandcamp site the hiatus by the artist did last five and a half year. Welcome back again! This 8-notch outing is the first swallow of Maas´ three-part EP trilogy. Indeed, the whole embraces the extended play format because the compositions are quite short extending to the three minute exactly at their longest point. The Flemish indie, folk and electronic music mixed scene is sometimes conveyed with a loose term, duyster, and I can remember one artist (Wixel) from within it who did a similar trick. However, the music is great over there (it is not surprising with regard to Maas` previous releases, though). Firstly, the issue contains technically very interesting threads yet the result is boosted even twice due to an emotional and emotive impact behind it. I have to admit it must be considered even an epic and cinematic one here and there (for instance, Dielman, Lights of Tomorrow). It might be I have listened to albums of 2018 a little but it seems to be the first one for me to be a serious one. I even got MGMT`s Little Dark Age as a vinyl but it is just an eunuchised flicker (read it as a way too calculated product) in comparison to it. The emotion and the sense of freedom are one of the most important aspects with regard to the music. And as a consequence of it – the product does not have them or does have just a scarce bit. I guess Lao Tzu would have listened to it in his austere mountain hut. In a word, the start was very promising – let's wait for the next one.
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