L.F.K by Lazybones Flame kids

2017-03-10 06:06:29 UTC

New

Lazybones Flame Kids is a four-piece post-rock band from Sardinia. They mix the atmospheric touches of instrumental rock with the emotional pull of classic post-rock repetitive arpeggios. Their music is mainly instrumental, although sometimes they scream and whisper in a typical narrative mood. Their debut album L.F.K has been released in February 2016 under Coypu Records Recorded at Corlo (FE), at Emanuele Fusaroli’s recording studio with artistic producer Gabriele Boi (The Rippers and The Mojomatics). The album was anticipated by the singles A Ride in an Amusement Park, a tribute to one of the best American stand-up comedians of all time, Bill Hicks, and Too Close, a collaboration with the Sardinian folksinger Beeside. L.F.K is all live recorded, with few overdubs, and it is a completely analogical album. Theband decided to use mixers, instruments and echo tapes from 60s-70s to give the album original vintage sounds and atmospheres with evocative texture and fragile, solemn, compact and fascinating song.

Track List

  • And Then I Screwed Everything Up - 07:24 info 
  • A Ride In An Amusement Park - 06:30 
  • Little Captain - 06:24 
  • Gnothi Seautòn - 05:33 
  • Spoor 17 - 05:40 info 
  • Too Close - 06:20 
  • Gnothi Seautòn (WΔΔRP Remix) - 02:56


Genre : alternative, emotional, experiemental, intrumental, post-rock

| Facebook | Bandcamp |

Recommended for musicians:

      Freemake Audio Converter

Missed the Boat by Erik Kramer

On Saturday, May 20, multi-instrumentalist and lauded bass player Erik Kramer released his debut studio endeavor, an EP entitled ‘Missed the Boat.’ The Brooklyn-based musician has an especially eclectic sound, one that employs the talent of a slew of musicians: saxophone, trombone, viola, trumpet, back-up vocalists - they’re all there. An experimental record through and through, ‘Missed the Boat’ is an indie record quite unlike anything else that’s come across my desk in recent months.

READ MORE

The Great Long Distance by John D. Reedy

The Great Long Distance is an audible recollection of the first 12 months of a long distance relationship, including the highs and lows and moments in between. It is a journal without words, each of the 12 tracks representing each month respectively. Inspired by the format of NIN's "Ghosts I-IV", the album is a sonic tapestry of different moods and themes, with various recurring motifs and the subtle melding of synthesizer and samples; the result something not quite classical, ambient or electronic - rather, an eclectic blend of the three. For fans of Ólafur Arnalds, Nils Frahm and later Ulver

READ MORE

 

© 2016 - The Sirens Sound