Articles by Anoop Bhat
Anoop Bhat had the rare chance to speak to Niko Lehdontie from Kairon; IRSE! and talk at length about the band’s origins, the evolution of their sound, their individual influences and of course, the new album among other things.
Kairon;IRSE! isn’t just another heavy psychedelic band; they’re very much the progenitors of the next chapter in psychedelic music, and Polysomn makes for a compelling declaration.
All said and done, the album belts and Conan is in an interesting place right now, creatively. Where do they go from here? I don’t want to know. Hail Conan! – By Anoop Bhat
‘Doubt’ is a dark, ruminative album that takes pride in where it comes from. It is a slow, drippy explosion of heavy sounds. King Woman play a variety of doom that’s downcast, powerful and yet somehow instantly likeable and liberated. – By Anoop Bhat
Anoop Bhat asked Lauren Mason and Nats Spada from Torpor some questions about the new album ‘From Nothing Comes Everything’ and more.
If this record is anything to go by, Torpor is a name that you’re going to hear more of in the coming years. This stuff is heavy. – By Anoop Bhat
This split is a mixed bag of ideas where both Drums Are For Parades and SardoniS showcase a fresher side of themselves in their own ways. Long story short, The Abyss Stares Back #3 is a hit. – By Anoop Bhat
Heavy and thundering – two words to sum up what goes on for the 50 odd minutes that this Storm lasts. Snailking is a forward-thinking band who have delivered an important doom album that deserves every bit of your attention. – By Anoop Bhat