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posted a review of The Mike Gunn - Almaron. over 7 years ago
Maybe the best texan expression in the 'acid' scene of the 90's, Mike Gunn split up when they were becoming something important. “Bullinga” opens as a 'psychedelic' Black Sabbath track, but it's “Dry Nod” to open our eyes on their intimate side, ... See full review
posted a review of Paul Roland - Pavane. over 7 years ago
Roland imagine a virtual Nyman's garden and in its own vision it ain't a good thing..
This is a splendid and intricate work, where lyrics conserve a deep medieval vision on an actual situation, that could go on forever and ever. A lot of people tend to ... See full review
posted a review of Vic Chesnutt - At The Cut. over 7 years ago
This cd from Chesnutt leaves me quite perplexed, but it's not his guilt. Musicians from Constellation have a lot of properties, but maybe, in this case, they are a little out of context. There are some suggestive atmospheres, but they don't always fill ... See full review
posted a review of Celestial Season - Solar Lovers. over 7 years ago
Dutch bands are often difficult to describe, they don't follow any trend or simple way to make music. The music on this album is real emotive art, at majestic levels.
They adorn their 'depressive doom metal' ( i know this isn't a good definition) with ... See full review
posted a review of Paw - Dragline. over 9 years ago
A quite forgotten band from the nineties, and they shouldn't. Sometimes they sound like a folk-rock version of Soundgarden, but they are instants. Someone could mention the name of Tad, but here all is lighter and harmonic, like a lyric grunge. The ... See full review
posted a review of Dark Suns - Existence. over 9 years ago
Prophecy always find out elements to contaminate metal in a intelligent way. Dark Suns accomplish a Ulver-Katatonia mix, with intimate and syncopated melodies that lead to Tool. Sounds are very accurate and give to the atmosphere ambient touches. ... See full review
posted a review of John Greaves - Accident. over 9 years ago
This album from Greaves sounds like a "new wave avantgarde", an electronic music too cultured to strike at the first listening. Surreal histories recorded in Paris, walking alone through fluorescent lights. The atmosphere of this work is, partly, similar ... See full review
posted a review of Bästard - Bästard. over 9 years ago
Bastard was, with Sister Iodine, the best french experimental band in the nineties. They were friends of Jack Natz (Cop Shoot Cop) and their debut was produced by Martin Bisi in New York City. Their sound should be considerate as "Industrial Rock", with ... See full review
posted a review of Stone Breath - The Silver Skein Unwound. over 9 years ago
Timothy Renner is a devotee of the arts. His music is a religious experience, he sings esoteric psalms, guiding a drone created by acoustic instruments. David Tibet might love these Canticles: i'm not sure he knows them. but he should listen to (Uhm, ... See full review
posted a review of Lull - Cold Summer. over 9 years ago
This is a rarefied and minimal ambient album. There are some drones of a dead nature that appear and fade away. You can hear fluted notes for an impossible ethnic music. There's a digital and analog taste that hides the notes. Sometimes some waters seem ... See full review
posted a review of Peter Blegvad With John Greaves And Chris Cutler - Just Woke Up. over 9 years ago
Peter Blegvad is a first-rate songwriter (Dylan should learn from him the 'Heart' meaning) and this cd confirms his quality. Accompanied by superb musicians (Chris Cutler, John Greaves, Jakko Jakszyk, Tim Hodgkinson among the others), he makes the ... See full review
posted a review of La Maison Moderne - Day After Day. over 9 years ago
Albin Julius said he drank a lot of wine before composing this mcd, and the review could end here. This is regular dance music, with some synths and 'apocalyptic' (they wanted to be, but..) samples; an amusement for him, but not for our ears. I tried to ... See full review
posted a review of Nature And Organisation - Death In A Snow Leopard Winter. over 9 years ago
This is the well-known incomplete work from Current 93's guitarist Michael Cashmore and his absolute masterpiece; however i can't think of this as incomplete, because is so perfect and luminous. His conservatory education emerges in touching pieces for ... See full review
posted a review of Ulver - Shadows Of The Sun. over 9 years ago
Listening to this album it's impossible to remember that Ulver was a black metal band. All is so ethereal, impalpable; keyboards and strings seem to create a soundtrack for an infinite journey. The sound is close to David Sylvian music, but the voice is ... See full review
posted a review of Sun City Girls - 330,003 Crossdressers From Beyond The Rig Veda. over 9 years ago
An album quite difficult to understand, but, when you entered that, you might have pleasure from this esoteric experience. In this double cd ethnic music is contaminated with jazz and rock elements, the sung seems to be from an arabic David Thomas, a ... See full review
posted a review of Anathema - A Natural Disaster. over 9 years ago
An album that ‘metal fans’ of Anathema can’t (or don’t want to) understand. I know that there is no trace of their original doom metal, but it’s an album to value apart. This in an interesting ‘experimental rock’, with psychedelic and trip-hop ... See full review
posted a review of Today Is The Day - In The Eyes Of God. over 9 years ago
Steve Austin is a contorted genius. No one in the extreme music scene is maybe more intense than him. This album doesn’t leave any breath, it comes to your throat and compress well, becoming a deep pain catharsis. There is no light in this convulsed ... See full review
posted a review of Death In June - The Rule Of Thirds. over 9 years ago
The worst Death In June album, i have no doubt. I deeply love the work of Douglas Pearce, but this one is not exactly brilliant. The only thing you can hear is a, badly played, guitar and an arid voice. Maybe he needs Albin Julius back, the last ... See full review
posted a review of OLD* - Hold On To Your Face. over 9 years ago
This remix album from Old is next to Ultraviolence work, so you can hear a techno-industrial sound, between fake commercial music and noise. There is a lot of amusement in these experiments, but they are quite interesting in their form. The good notices ... See full review
posted a review of Mark Eitzel - 60 Watt Silver Lining. over 9 years ago
In my opinion the best release from Eitzel. At the time some people said it was too melodic and simple respect American Music Club, but it's not the real thing. That's an intelligent jazz touch on this work (the first track is a superb cover from Carol ... See full review