Switzerland’s Lord Kesseli and The Drums are one of the most interesting two pieces we’ve come across in a while. Comprising of maverick multi-instrumentalist Dominik Kesseli and drummer and producer Michael Gallusser they make what we can best describe as Progressive Slowcore; imagine Galaxie 500 and Radiohead taking mescaline in a wild meadow and you’ll be in the right ballpark.
They hit the UK next week for a series of live shows across the country:
Monday 7-Nov-2016, The Old Blue Last, London, http://www.theoldbluelast.com
Wednesday 9-Nov-2016, Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds, http://www.hydeparkbookclub.co.uk/
Thursday 10-Nov-2016, Gwdihw, Cardiff, http://gwdihw.co.uk
Friday 11-Nov-2016, The Royal Oak, Bath, https://www.facebook.com/royal.oak.9/
Saturday 12-Nov-2016, The Old Pint Pot, Salford, https://www.facebook.com/pintpotsalford
We thought it would be interesting to find out what’s on the stereo in their tour van; a fascinating and eclectic collection, as it turns out:
Logh: The Smoke Will Lead You Home
Old Heroes. Heard them a lot. Rediscovered a few months ago. We like the tenderness.
Pyrit: Dirt on the Ground
Our good friend from our hometown. Now living in Paris. Direktor of our Video “waiting for Arnold”. Form his first diy Album. Now working on a New Album With Michael 😉
Beak: Flax Bourton
The most honest Band for years!
Bit-Tuner: Low Church
Good old friend Form our hometown. Now living in Athens. Famous for legendary live sets. Check him out! He’s great!
Doomenfels: Vitamin D
One of the greatest Swiss-German bands.
Connan Mockasin: It’s Choaded My Dear
Super easy, super dreamy, super sexy, unique sounding.
Portishead: Magic Doors
Listen to Portishead, it’s like watching tv!
And yeah, distortion!
Neil Young: Angry World
The King of reduction.
Marvin Gaye: I Heard It Through The Grapevine
Classic. Great Band, great singer.
Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata No.14 Moonlight in C-Sharp Minor Op.27 No.2 I. Adagio sostenuto
This piece of music shows us, how deep and powerful music can be.