2017-07-24 06:01:33 UTC
This self-produced EP is the first work by Go Ask Alice: eight instrumental tracks, composed between 2012 and 2013, recorded and mixed by Matteo Spinazzé, in collaboration with Curzio Ferri playing drums and Andrea Oggiano with his acoustic guitar. Perfection is terrible is the first verse of Sylvia Plath's poem "The Munich Mannequins". "Perfection" here is completeness, closure, inability to evolve and reborn, perfection is death. Perfection is indeed terrible, can't have a child, just as Plath's Munich Mannequins, cold marble statues, beautiful and perfect, frozen with us in a never ending present, the immense futureless present of the "capitalist realism": the end of history.
- Intro - 02:47
- Loud - 03:47
- Close to the river - 03:47
- The Shout - 03:49
- Section Three - 03:43
- Nova - 04:29
- Morning - 03:50
- Nothing to be sad - 02:26
pop, acoustic, electronica, experimental, folk
2017-03-17 04:27:45 UTC
Joel Porter started playing music at an early age, starting with violin and then moving onto french horn (5th grade), guitar and bass (6th grade), and songwriting in high school. Porter and Eric Hillman (producer + 1/2 the band Foreign Fields) recorded everything on 'Mountain Twin' in the Dark Heart studio by themselves, covering violin, guitar, bass, piano, trumpet, french horn, and vocals, as well as any electronic samples you might hear. the Porter explains that Mountain Twin' EP is about growth. Over the course of four folk-based, painstakingly carefully crafted songs, which include a song he co-wrote with his musician parents, he illustrates the nature, feelings, memories and what it means to seek for the truth. You can easily feel yourself being in the desolate plains, where the snow is falling, the river is flowing and the mountains howling.
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- Winter Coat
acoustic, folk, alternative
2017-03-14 18:54:35 UTC
The album was released on March, 3, 2017. Conceptually it deals with the existential issues of human life, the need for a meaning of life and/or the lack of it; and how time and space wraps our own existence. It was inspired by the thoughts of philosophers and writers like Emil Cioran and Charles Bukowski (his famous poem Bluebird is recited on that song) and is a homage to them. Sound-wise this album makes heavy use of drone synths and field-recordings processed with various effects setting the atmosphere; some elements of dark jazz and classical modern piano; post-rock guitars for the lead melodies and harmonies and a sparse use of drums, mostly downtempo. Some said it resembles Angelo Badalamenti and Bohren & der Club of Gore making post-rock.
- The Trouble Of Being Born - 05:34
- Emil Cioran's Nightwalk - 07:50
- Bluebird - 09:01
- A Fishing Rod For My Grandpa - 04:28
- Tears Do Not Burn Except In Solitude - 08:13
- What We Think We Become - 04:49
ambient, experimental, acoustic, drone, field, recordings, folk, introspection, post-rock
2017-01-11 05:01:43 UTC
"The idea of "Whirl Music" was to capture a blur of past moments in one's emotional life," Jasper X, the New Jersey-based project frontman, explains. "Our memories are often blurred snapshots of multiple moments that we think of from time to time, like being a whirl of thoughts. The initial chord progression is the foundation of the song along with the driving kick drum on the downbeat. The idea was to create modest builds and colors around that foundation and what came out was a positive sonic vibe that crescendos into the instrumental outro." The track is off his new full-length, 'Aegean Lanes'
Singer/songwriter Jasper X has been writing and recording records for the past 15 years. He began his music career playing small clubs in NYC, bouncing around from one project to the next. It would take a while for Jasper to finally organize his musical thoughts and put a dedicated effort into a studio recording. After writing indie-rock oriented pieces, such as the 2011 release 'Cameras and Paragons', he chose to let his current influences at the time (Wilco, Elliot Smith, Ryan Adams) take him in a different direction. His latest release, 'Aegean Lanes', enters the alt-folk/singer-songwriter genre with personal, acoustic-based songs having unique chord progressions (Only Patterns, Fortunes) and pulsating rhythms (Whirl Music, Alpha Rays).
alternative, acoustic, noise, rock
2016-11-23 06:28:43 UTC
Silent Island is brought you by the creator of Black Hill, musicformessier and White Cube.
Silent Island are on "Equator" EP:
Csarnogurszky István - guitars, songwriting
Farkas Dávid - bass guitar
Károlyi Gábor - bass guitar
Kalamár Ádám - drum programming
Silent Island is a brand new post-rock project from the man behind Black Hill, musicformessier and White Cube. Sum of three years experience of instrumental songwriting on a soft, but intense album.
- Harbour - 03:49
- Whales and waves - 03:43
- Equator - 04:12
- The old frigate - 03:50
- Southern sky - 03:16
acoustic, rock, ambient, guitar, indie, instrumental, postrock, shoegaze