Month: March 2014

DK5600

The electronic/ambient/experimental duo from Italy DK5600, who won our Band of The Week contest, delivers noisy, yet quiet sounds, that will please the fans of obscure dark ambient. Created by ARS A.V.I. from Rome, responsible for the voice, lyrics, sounds elaboration, noise…

no:carrier – “Wisdom & Failure”

German/Californian “Electro Noire” duo no:carrier are back with their new album “Wisdom & Failure” exploring the connection between these two complex feelings. This is singer Cynthia Wechselberger and keyboardist/producer Chris Wirsig’s third album after the critically acclaimed “My Own Dream” in 2004…

Too Many Zooz – F Note EP

I wish I knew more about Jazz, so I could tell you what influences I hear in Too Many Zooz. I could then intelligently explain where this band is coming from and to what extent the direction they’re going is…

Playing to Vapors

When you hear an artist on the radio or a studio track first, you always have a just a little bit of doubt about whether you really heard “them”, or a DJ Frankenstein breathing life into something that would have…

The Insurance Salesmen

Since, “Death, Taxes, and Other Favorites” Cleveland’s, The Insurance Salesmen have been lobbying for their fair share of exposure in the city, gracing bills with A-List bands and plying their wares. The Insurance Salesmen are refreshingly genuine, shocking meek, and…

Michael Cullen – Love Transmitter

For the fans of Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen I recommend to check Australian singer/songwriter Michael Cullen, who just re-issued and re-mastered his classic record “Love Transmitter”. The album was released for the first time in 2002 and produced by…