“Change is inevitable if you’re lucky,” says guitarist/vocalist Alex Edkins while talking about “Atlas Vending”, the fourth full-length album by Toronto’s METZ.
Some musicians create from an urge to bring their message into the world and some musicians create just because they f*cking love to create and play. Debut EP “The Flow” from Notts post punk band Headcut catches that sound!
In a little house somewhere in Florida, singer songwriter Jennifer Msumba created a debut album which is distinguished by its simplicity and authenticity.
“Sons of Ethiopia” from Admas is a fascinating piece of the Ethiopian musical puzzle. Emerging from the community of Ethiopian exiles who had been scattered to the winds by the brutality of the Derg dictatorship, the album was in 1984 the sound of a new generation.
Sofia Portanet has created a huge hype around her in the past year with her first 4 singles and performances at festivals Reeperbahn Festival, Synasthesie Festival and Eurosonic.
“032”, is the collaboration between 2 friends and the bonding of 2 of the hottest upcoming names from the percussive club/house scene right now: Anunaku and DJ Plead. London-based record label AD 93 will release the EP “032” at July 17.
“About my youth. Written in my 20’s. Recorded in my 30’s. Finally being released in my early 40’s.”
“GAIKA & N.A.A.F.I. is a match made in the heavens”; The enthusiastic comments of music fans on Bandcamp about the new electronic album “Seguridad” are crystal clear.
“Tric!”, the title of the first track of “La Tour Du Pouvoir” means “strike” in old Lyonnais dialect and would be heard in the rallying cries of the printer’s revolt in 1539. The same cry for liberty was shared by oppressed African-Americans and “canuts” (silkworkers from Lyon).