Million Square are a London based, electronic duo featuring Max Luthert and Duncan Eagles, who enjoy blending the sounds of electronic and acoustic instruments. This track is the first single from upcoming, self-released‘Spirit Bloom’ EP.
New album out today. L.A. Takedown is a music project of Aaron M. Olson. This track (unusually) feature two percussion performances. The left channel drums are performed by Miles Wintner and the right drums are performed by Mose Wintner. The new album ‘Our Feeling Of Natural High’ Out on Castle Face Records, based in Pasadena, California.
Carol Rich (born Anne-Lyse Caille) is a Swiss singer, best known for her participation in the Eurovision Song Contest. In 1984, Rich made her first appearance in the Swiss Eurovision Song Contest selection, where her song ‘Tokyo Boy’ ranked seventh place. When later released as a single, the b-side to ‘Tokyo Boy’ was this track ‘Computered Love’. The song is now being re-released as part of an all new compilation by Décalé. and Bongo Joe Records, which places the spotlight on the Swiss experimental and electronic scene of the ‘80s and the early ‘90s.
Kutcha Butcha is the solo project of (four times Mercury nominee, and Polar Bear collaborator) Sebastian Rochford, where Seb writes/performs/produces/mixes everything himself. From the album NDYA, the first of four limited edition releases that Seb has planned for 2019 (the first on CD, the second being a download, the third on cassette and the fourth on vinyl). Out on (Seb’s own?) aptly named Half Baked Bread Records (because “Kutcha Butcha” literally means Half Baked Bread), NDYA is available from Bandcamp.
Los Angeles producer Elusive returns to Dome of Doom with the new album Bonsai Tree. Recordings took place during November and December of last year at Elusive’s home studio in Venice, with features from LA-based musicians Ian Roller (saxophone) and Gabe Steiner (trumpet). The whole album is definitely worth a listen, available on Bandcamp.
Absolutely Free is a three piece Canadian psychedelic rock band from Toronto, Ontario. Comprised of Moshe Fisher-Rozenberg (drummer), Michael Claxton (bassist), and Matt King (singer), the band was formed following the breakup of the trio’s former band DD/MM/YYYY (sometimes pronounced Day, Month, Year). From the upcoming Geneva Freeport EP, this single features vocals from experimental pop project U.S. Girls (aka American-Canadian musician and record producer Meghan Remy). Available to pre-order as Digital Album or Record/Vinyl at Bandcamp. Out on Idée Fixe Records.