This new track by Zola Blood is another dark, haunting dance track. Addictive as Fuck, brilliant as everything they've recorded so far.
They are currently running a Pledge-campaign for their debut record, get in on that via http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/zolablood. This band deserves a little love, a little cash & the opportunity to release the great record I know they can make!
This epic rockband is called Wozniak and their latest EP Auster is highly explosive. There's no limit to epic comparisations to make here; A Rollarcoaster Ride. Fast & Furious. Loud As Fuck. The Best Handjob Ever. Soaring & Breezing. The 70s Meet The 80s. Slow Speeders. Drunk Truck Drivers Steering With One Hand. Smashing Speedlimits. Canadian Mexicans. Golden Days. Man-Machines. Fluffy Ravens. Toothless Snakes Still Biting Your Head Off. Coffee Overdose. Words Are Pointless. The Mute Button Refuses. Dirty Rotten Cows. Heroes On Heels. Not Enough Volume. Time Has Stopped. Thunder & More Thunder & Lightning. Dave Who?! The Endless Follow-Through. Guitar Heaven. Easter Is Here. For Once The Neighbours Are Not Complaining. Everyone Is Playing Air-Guitar. And Air-Drumming. At The Same Time. I Should Stop Before It's Not funny Anymore.
But the best #tag for this record comes from the band itself: Gospel of Infinity. also the title of the 3rd track on this great rock machine of an EP. Please sir, can I have some more?!
Yeah, I just really like this record. I hope you do too.
Mieke has just released her Mieke EP and opening track 'Sleeping Alone' is such an addictive song. A beautiful soft and lovely tune; guaranteed sweet dreams when played just before you close your eyes at night. Sleep well, my friends.
Paul Federici released a beautiful record a few years ago called Now and Then and he's finally back with a new song called Fighting a Setting Sun. It's a beautiful song that feels like coming home after a long weekend in the rain.
You are soaked to the bone, put down your suitcase and take a deep breath. You take off your wet clothes, take a steaming hot shower and pour yourself a burning hot cup of coffee. You sit down on your favorite chair, take a look around, ignore all the things you need to do and just sit there for a few minutes. Feeling perfectly warm, welcome and at home. That's what this song feels like (to me). Two hundred seconds of perfection.
Bruce Springsteen-fans gather around; this is Greg Drummond. He is Bruce's unofficial child and will do the one thing that needs to be done to convince you and everyone else of his talent: he will write great music and release beautiful records.
Four years ago Greg released a great album called Walking Man, and in June of this year he finally graced us with a follow-up record. Drive is the record of a musician who has grown 4 years. His voice, the songs, the lyrics; everything is on a higher level. And this is coming from me, having absolutely loved (and still do) Walking Man.
But let's just forget about Springsteen. Let's forget about Walking Man. Forget about everything you know and have ever heard. Just listen to Drive and enjoy the hell out of it. Above all, this is a great record.
This is such a beautiful record. Is it Americana, country, folk music or a little bit of all. I don't know, I don't care, either. Fuck the labels, this is just a great album. You can feel the emotions, hear the pain and the songs scratch a little deeper into your soul everytime this record plays. It's raining outside. It's raining inside, too.