(((O))) Category: Future Echoes
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By taking 60s melodies and harmonies and imbuing them with a faintly subversive sense of fun and self-depreciation enables Saxton to stands out from the crowded field of overly earnest singer songwriters.
Peacock Affect’s music has the ability to instantly transport you to a melancholic, yet peaceful state of mind. By Annie Rew Shaw
I have an impression these guys don’t know where they are going but subconsciously they find a right way. By Inna Nemchenko
Definitely the kernel of something special here. By Dan Salter
Fucking great, awesome kick drums, edgy loops and and overall just a more organic feel than most dance music without all the bullshit.
STRAKTOBEAM grab krautrock by the lapels and drag it straight on to the dancefloor. This is psych music reimagined as funky fun.
Refreshingly spiky and direct post punk.
In bringing something akin to post rock to the more traditional forms of folk music, Red River Music have created a sound that is at once comfortingly familiar and unsettlingly new.
A fragile falsetto dripping with melancholic longing hangs over a sumptuous bed of of piano and strings.
Barking mad but hugely entertaining.
With their new album coming out later this year, they’re definitely the ones to watch in this genre.
You should also listen to us if you like songs that suggest David Cameron is an egg laying reptilian.
If post-metal is your thing then you should definitely check out Voe!
Like a fucking nerd, high octane sludge pop.
Stunning. Just no other word for it; stunning. Sometimes a band just emerges out of the mists to totally blow your mind and Boom Said Thunder are one of those bands.
Dark and brooding, yet somehow catchy, rock with a distinct psychedelic tinge.
Hollow by Pocket Apocalypse Pocket Apocalypse from UK: Find Us In 50 words or less, tell us what you sound like? We fuse elements of math rock with ambient post rock, but the common theme is melodic riffs with tight intricate rhythms and evocative voca …
Everything about this album makes the hair on my arms rise and creates goosebumps all over. I would recommend you listen to this with headphones, or while driving through a thick patch of fog.
In a similar vein to The Twighlight Sad, without the Scottish accents, Western Jaguar produce lush, complex and emotive indie rock.
Beautiful instrumental soundscapes filled with a feeling of wistful melancholy. By Dan Salter