Tag: rock

Rotten Lily Commemorates Something

Rotten Lily: To Commemorate Something

The title for this release is in Japanese. Best I can guess is that Rotten Lily commemorates something, but I have no clue what is being commemorated.

Soni Sfardati - Saqiya

Soni Sfardati: Saqiya

This is not my first journey into recordings that have mixed cultural origins. Unfortunately, many force cultural references to fit into western music molds. However I prefer the opposite: when western cultural influences are hammered into forms to fit within other cultures, or even completely re-invented to fit them.

Small Collin Goes Mono (Box)

Small Colin: Mono Box

On Mono Box, Colin has gone a completely different direction. This time, instead of using a production technique to enhance and modify the sound of the music he has keyed the work around a monophonic synthesizer.

Foof Yourself, Vol. 1

Foof Yourself: Vol. 1

Foof Records is a new label on the scene, and it may seem a bit strange that after only six months of formally releasing recordings they have decided to release a compilation. However, this decision was a really good one as it really is a showcase for what they have managed to accomplish in a very short period of time.

Cover: The Womb - XX

The Womb: XX

Note: This review has been retract following the retraction of the release from blocSonic. The release is still available as a self-release, however it is no longer under a Creative Commons license.

Kira Velella: Daughter

Kira Velella is an indie folk / rock singer songwriter from New York. Soprano vocals with slight vibrato and poetic lyrics are the lynch-pins of her style.In My Ears: Kira Velella – Daughter