Monthly Archives: August 2018
Further explorations and improvisations for percussion and 30 string contra-alto guitar. Play! Advertisements
Composed since 2000 on, guitar-based pieces, solo, duos, quartets, with other instruments. Mostly very short pieces, varying rhythmically. Play!
Modern/ Romantic South American music for or transcribed for, classical guitar, including pieces by Piazzolla, Lauro, Gismonti and others. Play!
Songs for an hommage to Plath’s work and living places, with instruments, electronics and tape.
Abstract solo works for a variety of instruments, some with tape. Interesting!
Small EP by O’Conner, the two clean songs are worth a listen! Strong and jazzy female vocals over mellow rock. FCC: 1,2,4 Play: 3,5 RIYL: Liza Anne, Margaret Glaspy
Fast paced rock with high-pitched female vocals. Looping guitar rifts, light percussion FCC: None Play: 4, 6 RIYL: Best Coast, Cherry Glazerr
Rocking, high-pitched and speedy vocals from Tancred on her album Nightstand. Really nice lyrical work, some songs slow and emotive while others are fast paced and meant to rock to. FCC: 3 Play: 2, 9 RIYL: Jay Som, Kississippi, Forth Wanderers
Nice EP from TC Superstar, features quirky lyrics that tell a story and synth in the background. Strong percussion lines FCC: None Play: All! RIYL: The National, Jr Jr
Very beachy, soft rock. Male vocalist, play if you want some easy summer tunes! FCC: None Play: 1, 6 RIYL: Sublime
Third studio album from Mark Huff features lyrics spanning heartbreak, personal struggle and more. Some songs have a twang reminiscent of Petty, while others are softer and almost psychedelic. Play! FCC: none Play: 3, 5 RIYL: Tom Petty, Phish
Unique and explorative EP by Rafael Vigilantics, male vocalist with a sound that borders on rap. The three clean songs on this song each have a very different sound, check this out for a quirky play FCC:1, 5 Play: 4 RIYL: Rainbow Kitten Surprise, The National
Soft surf rock, strong male vocals. All around happy-sounding album with light beats and upbeat percussion. FCC:8 Play: 5, 7, 11 RIYL: Best Coast, The Walters, Local Natives, Mac Demarco
Happiness Hours, the fifth studio album by the Sidekicks is a nice summer rock album with emotional/ break up lyrics and sounds ranging from soft to heavy drum lines. Little bit of something for everyone on this one FCC: 7 Play: 1, 6 RIYL: The Strokes, Pinegrove
Lyrical, contemporary guitar pieces, varied rhythmically. Play!