2017-02-11 04:20:45 UTC
Superstructure's new record is called "R.S.I. Therapy Center". As with all his stuff, Josh Younggren is still struggling to properly explain it, but seeing as this was a great opportunity to make a political record (as an American), he finds it telling he couldn't make it overtly political. The music here is an examination of our repetitive tendencies - simultaneously soothing and harmful.
- Welcome - 06:47
- Ranger - 03:56
- Territorial - 06:58
- 5AM Loop - 06:36
- I Found a Prophet In Omaha - 05:47
- Sophia/Harmful Therapy - 08:29
beat, electronic, house, minimal, techno
Even though the independent rock scene is quite inundated with new acts, there’s always a welcome place for an outfit that changes the formula enough to be consistently interesting and worth taking notice of. The New York-based alternative rock group Voices from Deep Below attempts to do just that, fusing together a variety of styles into a surprisingly coherent sound. Their new record, “I Want to Stand Where the Sun Himself Shakes with Fear”, is a five song album that navigates alt-rock, experimental, and borderline metal and progressive influences all at the same time.
The Sirens Sound