digital single released to help raise some extra money for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund!
Friday, June 23, 2017
This is the official compilation of artists playing the Indietracks Festival in Derbyshire (UK) on 28-30 July 2017.
All money raised from this compilation is donated to the Midland Railway Trust, the charity which hosts the Indietracks Festival.
frenzy transcends the venue: musicians waddle onto the stage, dancers rush on the dancefloor, their patent shoes gliding on the lacquered wood flooring, and everyone sings along to the rhythm of “Haaa… bi-bi!”. Each performance brings the same madness, and night clubs all over New York are shaking.
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Honey Trap flits between trip hop, breakbeat and post-dubstep, with colourful plunderphonics and an undercurrent of uneasy nostalgia. The album's eclectic sample palette draws from international cinema, video games, vintage records and diegetic noise, creating a blend unlike any other.
When I heard Spiritualized for the first time, it was as if I were listening to a prayer, I became static, I just admired that beauty in sound forms, and from that moment I became a fan, a huge fan, that still hear all those magic songs, and still hear them as if they were prayers.
Ah yes, that song, or rather, that prayer I heard there in 1991 was Feel So Sad.
Thank you J. Spaceman.
This record is dedicated especially to all the bands that made their versions as new medicines for the treatment of the heart and soul.
Caution: In this Tribute we have almost 3 hours of music, and as said my friend Johnny (Astral Lite) "was what I expected from a Spiritualized tribute".... and I have to agree with him.
With love and respect....
Monday, June 19, 2017
Songs From Where I Live sees Good Good Blood (aka James Smith) take his gift for delicate songwriting and direct it toward a personal account of his own experiences. Written and recorded at home during the first week of January 2017, the album was born out of a long bout of depression where the act of musical creativity was cathartic and self-affirming.There are echoes of Alex G and Mount Erie at work, uplifting moments that signal rebirth and growth, and lyrical themes focusing on life, mental health, family and ultimately, the grounding embrace of the little Northern England town where he lives.