“Experimental Rock” (Used 23 times)
La_bl_netlabel on 12/08/2015 at 09:07AM
"Things Left Unsaid" is not only the testimony of a precise moment, but rather the result of a long research, composition and improvisation done by the band: there's a common area where musical elements from diametrically opposed musical worlds such as jazz and contemporary music, rock and blues coexist without forgetting the melodic vocation in each composition.
Samurau: the band (Michele Sanna - guitars; Matteo Muntoni – el.bass; Alessandro Garau- drums) after a long period of mutual courtship and knowledge among the members, was officially founded in 2014: the aim is to satisfy the need to blend in total freedom, sounds, music, different styles through their own compositions.
underpolen on 02/20/2015 at 02:46PM
Presenting to you a track from the upcoming Deftechnixks album "Reliefless"! It is going to be a study of repetition - each track is the same motif repeated over and over for 2:30 mins. The only changes result from human mistakes and boredom on my part. Do not worry, in fact there are minor changes within each track, but only noticeable thanks to the repetition. As it appears, you grow more and more focused and wary of every little change as the track progresses... So I consider it a very rewarding listen! Enjoy, here is "(Marks In The) Sand (On My Porch)" - track number 7 on the album, so the drums, bass, guitar, keyboard and vocal line each consists of 7 notes.
More Deftechnixks: http://deftechnixks.bandcamp.com
woktherock on 12/13/2012 at 08:30AM
ZOO is one of experimental rock retainers from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. In their earlier years, Zoo was playing noisy, fast, mathematical pattern a la Boredom, Melt Banana or Hella that can be found on their mini album "Kebun Binatang". In their first full album “Trilogi Peradaban", Zoo began to combine textures of western experimental rock and the concept of Indonesian tribal music. This debut was released in limited number (100 copies) of Boxset consists of three CDs with a packaging made out of wood. This second album was also released to be downloaded for free in digital format by Yes No Wave Music and distributed on CD by Australian label Tenzemen and DualPlover.
After almost three year break, towards the end of 2012, Zoo comes back with a second full album called "Prasasti". This album contains 11 composed songs and 11 improvised songs. Here, Zoo ripens the concept that they started in "Trilogi Peradaban". The lyrics are using various traditional languages in Indonesia; Aceh, Bugis, Palembang, Dayak, Lombok, Kawi, Sulawesi Tengah, Banjar, and Minang. Not only that, Rully the vocalist/songwriter creates an alphabetical script called Zugrafi.
The packaging of "Prasasti" is made out of 1.7 kg granite, with the band name and album title carved on a stainless steel plate. Inside the packaging is also a sheet of recycled paper containing screen-printed lyrics and song credits. This packaging is only available for 200 copies, hand-numbered on the sleeve. The digital format was released for free download by Yes No Wave Music.
info on 06/07/2012 at 07:34AM