torsdag 10 maj 2018

Music tip of the day : Merlin - Christ Killer 4K

Earlier this year In had the great fortune to review Merlin's album The Wizard. A truly great album. At Easter the band made a grand gesture when they choosed to give away an restored version of their earlier album Christ Killer, from 2014. An album loosely based on a movie script made by Nick Cave for an eventual sequel to the movie Gladiator. The movie was never made, could be that the script was more than a little "over the top". But it could have been very amusing (read amazing) movie.
So Merlin made a Doom rendering of it instead, and it's a good one to say the least.

Or as the band them self puts it:
Restored in Ultra-High Definition, this version of our classic re-telling of Nick Cave's Gladiator II is crisper, more deadly and heavier than ever before including all the original footage and some deleted scenes scrapped during the original recording. Remixed by resident madman Bret Liber and intricately restored by Merlin during this cold winter, we worked hard to give you this new cut by Easter.

"Christ Killer 4K" is completely free as most of you already have been jamming it for years now; after all, who doesn't own more than one copy of your favorite Movie? Share it, Pirate it, and Upload it; this is our gift to all of you for your undying support over the years...enjoy.

Happy Easter,
Merlin.
So get your copy at Bandcamp. And if someone decides to release it as a vinyl, let me know. Or I just have to look up the old release, as it is very nice. Even if it lacks some songs.



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tisdag 8 maj 2018

Desertfest - Daughter of Spades & Will of Spades reports


Desertfest 2018

This weekend I got to go to Desertfest in London along with my boyfriend Will. It was the first time attending this festival for the both of us, so we didn’t really know what to expect. I am a massive fan of festivals, and going to my favourite ones are usually one of the highlights of my summers every year. The festivals I normally attend are usually set out on the country side and have a camping site which makes for a nice community feel and a complete escape from everyday life. Since Desertfest is set in Camden, central London it doesn’t have a camping site for it’s visitors which worried me slightly. Would the festival be able to create that sort of belonging and  secludedness that other events have? The lineup for this years edition of the festival was very strong so I thought that the great bookings would at least make up for the lack of camping site and party, but as soon as we arrived I saw that my scepticism was for nothing.

Desertfest has a small street closed off especially for the visitors of the festival where you can purchase a bit of merchandise and have a drink in the sun, and this little area is where we spent most of our time between gigs. It was very well set up and added that feeling of community that I was afraid would be missing. As this was Wills first time at an event like this he also really appreciated being able to sit there and reflect upon the shows, meet new people and just generally have a great time. 

So over all we were really pleased with the organisation of Desertfest and I can’t really find anything to complain about. The shows were well set up and within short distances of each other, the closed off street was great and the visitors were equally as fantastic as everything else. The only thing I can note as a problem was that the organisers might have under estimated the popularity of certain bands, like Dopelord. I was very excited for this particular show but we ended up leaving after about 3 songs due to the venue being so overcrowded. Since they were playing at a small pub there wasn’t a lot of space, and the security seemed to just let people in without checking if the venue was at capacity or not. I am only 4.11 in height which causes enough issues as it is when it comes to going to concerts, but when a place is so packed that people can hardly move and it’s extremely hot it just becomes impossible for me to stand it. 

I don’t want to drag on for too long about the festival in general as i feel that I have mentioned the things I needed to mention. We were obviously mainly there to catch some gigs. We did only have 24 hours to spend at Desertfest which was very sad as we enjoyed ourselves massively, but we managed to catch some fantastic shows, and one not so fantastic show within those hours.  Let’s just start with the good bits. 

Radio Moscow

I knew very little of this band before Desertfest, and hadn’t really planned to watch the show, but we wanted to make sure we were on time for Jex Thoth who was playing right after in the same venue. I am very happy that we got to see the last half of the Radio Moscow show because it was really a pleasant surprise. 

This trio was explosive on stage and you could tell that they enjoyed themselves. This is something I find very important in live shows. If I can tell that the band are loving what they’re doing I am more likely to enjoy it. This was very much the case with Radio Moscow. The audience were really enjoying the show (at least from what I could see) and I did find myself stomping along to the intense and deep drums more often than I didn’t. Something i normally find a bit annoying is guitar solos, or solos of any kind that drag on for longer than they need to, but i was surprised to find myself feeling excited and impressed by the long solos this band played through out the gig. 

This was truly a talented group of guys! 

Jex Thoth

i think this gig was the one that both me and Will looked forward to the most. For me it wasn’t the first time seeing them live, but for Will it was. I was excited to see what he would think of it. 

As soon as Jex steps on stage you’re transported into some trans like state, and it is magical. It is almost as if she can feel the music in her body, and her stage presence alone is enough to really drag you in deep. That stage presence that she is so well known for, along with the fantastic band makes for a very intense and memorable show and I do urge everyone to take the chance to see Jex Thoth live when you get the chance.

Will was very impressed with gig as well, but felt that he wasn’t in the right mood for her slow paced, heavy sound at the time. Most likely because we had enjoyed a few beers at that point and he was feeling a bit up beat. I however enjoyed this set more than the first time I saw them in Sweden a few years ago. The only downside was that her beautiful voice got a bit drowned out by the band if she wasn’t pushing as hard as she could. 


Napalm Death

I felt that Napalm Death was a slightly odd booking for a festival who focuses on stoner and doom rock, but they are a very popular band who attracts a big audience. The Electric Ballroom was packed with people for the show, and although I myself have never been a massive fan of Napalm Death I thought we might as well have a little look. 

It was obvious that people were very excited for the gig, but for us it just fell flat. It did however seem like we were the only ones who didn’t have a good time. Most of the songs felt like they melted together and there wasn’t any good variation to keep things interesting. Along with the music not being to our taste, the performance didn’t make it any better. Watching Napalm Death on stage was like watching a mid life crisis unfold in real time. Mark Greenway jumps around on stage almost non stop but it just looks messy and slightly forced. When he is not jumping around like a madman he describes the meaning of songs as a criticism of the way society is. These descriptions sound like something that would come out of an angsty teenagers mouth and it’s hard to take it seriously when it’s actually coming from a middle aged man. 

I really do think that Napalm Death would have been better to book for another festival. 


So this concludes my thoughts about Desertfest 2018. Both me and Will had such a fantastic time, and are already talking about going back next year to hopefully be able to attend all 3 days. I highly recommend anyone who loves doom and stoner rock to plan their visit. 

And finally, a massive thank you to Desertfest for having us there and letting us write this review! We will see you next year again, I’m sure!


https://www.facebook.com/DesertfestLondon/

Blast from the past and the love for my wife

Today I celebrate 26 years together with my wonderful wife. So, to celebrate I will play you all our song.


måndag 7 maj 2018

List of the day : The whole list..or the grand deluxe 32!

Long Time, no List.
But we can do right by that now, good people. After a weekend of amazing weather here in Sweden, which seems to last for a while, I thought the following bands would be fitting companions for this spell of warm weather. 
And as a reminder, this time in English. Some of the bands that I present here will be offering their music digital for more or less nothing (name your price), so remember, be generous if you like the music.I mean, if you'd met the band you'd probably bought them a beer or two..


Realm
I should already have covered the album Read Clay Dead River as it was released at the start of the year, and I have listened to it from time to time since then. Its a slab of pure heaviness. It's gritty, with lots of attitude. But also filled with great songs. And not to mention the album cover art is stunning.




Uncrossing
This self titled EP was also released earlier this year. Great vocals, backed up by solid guitar riffage and . Slow and enchanting. I most certain want to hear more. Lots mor





Lâmmia
This band, hailing from Brazil, have some similarities with Uncrossing. A similar line up, a quartet with Female vocals and a heavy and groovy framework. But Lâmmia differs in their dirtier approach and a slight heavier sound.


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Gypsy Sun Revival
This little gem was released in December last year, but nevertheless, this is truly amazing good music. Bluesy psychedelic grooves, a singing that sometimes soars on the brink of collapsing. I love it. And looking at the cover, made by Robin Gnista. As I said before, it seems like you can use the fact that he's done the artwork as a seal of proof for great music. 


fredag 4 maj 2018

BANG!

Everyone into early 70's stuff need to hear this. Period.  
Bang was an American band that in later days is mentioned as the US equivalent to Black Sabbath. And even as there is some similarities, I don't think it's fair at all all. There is a bigger dimension to Bang overall. There is a more political, more proggie vibe to Bang. A more diverse dimension to the music. More melodies, less brooding darkness. More social meaning. In English terms, Beatles meets Black Sabbath, combined with Pink Floyd and with a hints of Jethro Tull and The Fugs
For us Swedes, it makes more sense to add November and a sprinkle of Hoola Bandoola Band to the mix as well. 
Or as an simple conclusion, one of the American musical history's most underestimated bands.



Now, in courtesy of Ripple Music, we mortals have a chance to lay our dirty small hands on this amazing slab of music called "The Best Of Bang!" And I can assure you, that this is really a best of more than Bang themselves. 
This is a must for everyone that adores the sound of the 70's.

Available worldwide on double vinyl LP with gorgeous gate-fold, featuring rare photos, a cover featuring the original BANG girl and liner notes by esteemed music journalist, Sleezegrinder, Best of BANG is also available on digipack CD and all digital music formats. Grab it if you can, you wont be disappointed.



https://ripplemusic.bandcamp.com/album/best-of-bang

 From Spader Ess, this is a solid 5



onsdag 2 maj 2018

Desrtfest London warmup again.

So we have now gone through Friday and Saturday, of the Desertfest London, and that leaves us at the closing day Sunday.

This is by far the most problematic day for me to get my head around, as this day brings collisions in abundance for me.

The bands I really would like to see this day are as follows:
The Necromancers, King Buffalo, Hawkwind and Monster Magnet. But as I just got the chance to see King Buffalo the other day, I guess that it would be The Necromancers for me on this occasion.

The bands leading up to the Hawkwind gig, is more or less an open book for me, but I guess that Chrch would be Sundays opening act closely followed by LLNN.
And as Hawkwind is important for me and Nebula is a great band who are playing just before, makes a natural selection.

Now we just have to wait and see what Spader Daughter And Will of Spades cooks up for us at the festival. I'm excited and I hope you are as well.

More info:
http://www.desertfest.co.uk/home

tisdag 1 maj 2018

The Desertfest warmup continues

Last article was a chart of how my Friday of the London Desertfest would look like, if I was attending, so the natural step is of course to continue with the scheme of Saturday.
But first I have to make a correction of yesterdays article, as it's not Old Man Wizard that are opening the Friday set, but Old Man Lizard. I guess it's down to my Old Man Eyes, that I got it wrong (or wishful thinking). But what the heck, I could give them a try instead.

The first act I would take a look at would probably be Admiral Sir Cloudesley Shovell even if I never heard much of them earlier. But they have the coolest band name of the starting acts and sometimes that's enough. Then over to this festival's busiest man , Wino for his acoustic set (he plays on Friday too with The Obsessed). You can never get to much Win(e)o.
After that it would be a period of drinks and refreshments I guess, as the next act I would like to see are Dead Witches, follow directly by Black Rainbows, even if I would have to cut their set short to be able to get to see The Watchers. A gig that probably would be the highlight of the day for me.
Which is leaving the final act open since I don't rally have any direct favorites among the closing acts this night. I would say I'm leaning towards Darkher at this point. Which concludes Saturday for me.

But as said yesterday, this might not be what my corespondents are going to cover at all. Til' next time.... 



More info:
http://www.desertfest.co.uk/home

Warming up for Desertfest London

So, this upcoming weekend the London based version of Deserttfest kicks of, and even if I myself wont be there, Spader Ess (Ace Of Spades) will have reporters in place.

The big city festival attracts with an abundance of good bands. What would I try to see myself if I was there? Well, here comes my dream list for the festival kicking of with Friday.

I would start at "The Underworld" scene, or it would be here I would reside more or less the whole day. 
First of with the amazing Old Man Wizard followed by the Black Wizards and Black Moth. I would probably stay even for Freedom Hawk. Then quickly head head over to "Koko" to The Obsessed
So far nothing coincides gig wise, but now it gets a little trickier. Stay for our Swedish pride Graveyard or mosy on back to the previous location for Jex Toth? Hard one, haven't seen any of them live but wanted to for a long time. It might all cook down to what mood I was at the time. Probably I would go for Graveyard in the end.

After this, it's a no brainer again. Of to "The Devonshire Arms" for Dopelord and after a little R&R, finish the night at "The Electric Ballroom" watching old time favorites ASG.

But this is my list, What the festival correspondents Spader Daughter and Will of Spades are going to attend, who knows? I have a few guesses though...

More info:
http://www.desertfest.co.uk/home





måndag 30 april 2018

Recension : The Senior Management - Heart & Soul

Ännu en dag och ännu ett band, denna gången svenska The Senior Management.

En jävligt snygg och välspelad AOR produktion, med en hel del låtar som lovar gott.
Men, tyvärr det saknas något. Musiken har varken nerv eller just det skivan heter, Heart & Soul.
I all sin välpolerade snygghet blir det bara mellanmjölk. Det griper inte tag i mig. Egentligen finns det mesta på plats, allt från melodier till musikalitet och skönsång, men det är något som gör att det inte riktigt fäster för in del. Jag tror jag vet vad det är, och missförstå mig rätt, men sången är verkligen jättebra, men den låter aningen oengagerad. Man sjunger om farliga saker, men det låter mer som en halvobjektiv Aftonbladet rapportering.



Men det hela kan mer bero på mig och var jag befinner mig musikaliskt. Gillar du Journey och Mr. Big (Amerikanska varianten) drypande AOR, ja då kan detta vara din fem-essare. För mig blir det enbart två ess, och då tar man ändå ett extra bara för att det är så snyggt gjort.  Sorry.... Men det här är lite av hårdrockens Vikingarna för mig....



Album Rating: 2/5
Favourite Tracks: Master Your Pleasure
Label: Rambo Music
Release:  4 May, 2018
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söndag 29 april 2018

Konsert : The White Buffalo på Kägelbanan 2018-04-28

The White Buffalo spelningen är en som både frugan och jag sett fram mot ett tag. Kvällen visade sig innehålla en hel del första gången, och tyvärr även inte första gången.

Första gången på Kägelbanan. Första gången att se The White Buffalo. Första gången jag lämnade en spelning innan den var slut. Varför? Till största delen för just det där, inte första gången, artisten är försenad. Den har man varit med om allt för många gånger.

Buffelmannen äntrar  scenen först en dryg timme efter utsatt tid. I kombinationen med ett trångt, varmt, utsålt kägelbanan, så ökade publikens irritation märkbart vartefter ölen slank ner.

Frugan och jag valde att dra oss bakåt i lokalen för att överhuvudtaget stå ut. När sedan The White Buffalo äntligen äntrade scenen så var showen inte tillräckligt underhållande, så långt vi så såg, för att hålla oss kvar längre än 5-6 låtar. Detta till trots att TWB har en gudabenådad röst och en rejäl knippe med bra låtar. Sedan hjälpte det väl inte heller att ljudet hade en hel del att önska, där vi hamnade längst bak. Men det är möjligt att det vände och blev den magi jag hade hoppats på, men inte för mig.

Nu vet jag som sagt inte varför det var förseningar, eller om det är något som är vanligt för TWB. Men om det är vanligt, hade det kanske varit på plats med ett förband.
 

lördag 28 april 2018

Recension : Church Of The Cosmic Skull - Science Fiction

Dom astrala resenärerna i Church Of The Cosmic Skull är tillbaka med sin andra platta, Science Fiction.

Detta är en platta utöver det vanlig och i ärlighetens namn, jag vet inte riktigt i vilken ände jag skall börja. Så, vi försöker väl bena ut beståndsdelarna lite i taget.

Här finns lite av det mesta. Du får en osalig mix av Beatles, melodier, Ghost, Soul, Thin Lizzy, värme och smekande mjukhet med ett underliggande svängigt ös, Mott The Hoople,  Gospel, ELO, Pop, Zappa, orglar, Abba möter Black Sabbath, fläskiga gitarrer, vackra solon, Blues, harmonier och överdoser av sakrala stämmkörer som lägger en ljudvägg som skulle få självaste Phil Spector att bli grön av avund.
Och massor, jag menar verkligen massor, mer. Pheeew!


Är detta bra eller bara för mycket? Vi får se.

Låt oss börjar med musiken. Här finns ett formidabelt överflöd av detaljer och instrument. Men det är för den delen inga problem, det är snyggt komponerat och väldigt starka låtar med otroliga melodier. Det som sätter sig först för mig är de snygga orglarna och gitarrspelet. Ibland smeker dom så man vill gråta.
Sången och körerna är också på gränsen till överjordiskt fantastiska stundtals. Kyrkan lyckas väva ihop en musikalisk smältdegel som är näst intill perfekt, då det blir en blandning av enkelhet och ordnat kaos på samma gång.

De första låtarna på skivan är rent magiska, men så händer något. Eller, det är nog mer vad som inte händer.
Det saknas text till en av låtarna, "The Cards That You're Playing". Eller rättare sagt, den blir minimalistisk. Min första tanke är "coolt, en låt med bara refräng, inga verser". Men när det efter en stund visar sig bara vara ett ständigt upprepande av en och samma mening, ja då slutar det strax att vara coolt. Trots att man framför textraden med många nyanser, så känner jag att tappar fokuset. Det blir för mig störande, då musiken är så jäkla bra. Eller är det jag som missar något konstnärligt i det hela. Men det är det enda som jag hänger upp mig på, för sedan återhämtar sig skivan igen och fortsätter sin psykedeliska rymdresa.

Jag gillar även bandets marknadsföring så här inför släppet. Den senaste tiden har man som medlem i "kyrkan" fått dagliga länkar till de nya låtarna, med förklaringar och lite annat smått och gott. Innovativt.

Med bara en mindre bra låt och ett annars otroligt välkomponerat och intressant album, ja då kan jag inte sätta annat ge 4 ess av 5 möjliga. Jag vet inte om detta faller alla i smaken, men alla bör försöka sig på ett par varv med Church Of The Cosmic Skull. Vem vet, du kanske fastnar i kulten av Space Hippies, precis som jag. I skrivande stund vet jag inte det exakta datumet som plattan släpps, men preorder börjar den 1:a Maj.



Album Rating: 4/5

Favourite Tracks: Revolution Comes With An Act of Love  och Cold Sweat
Label: Kozmik-Artifactz
Release:  May, 2018
For More Info Visit:
churchofthecosmicskull.com
facebook.com/churchofthecosmicskull
churchofthecosmicskull.bandcamp.com


Here is a Cosmic Skull from me.

And the confusing traslation:
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The astral travelers in Church Of The Cosmic Skull are back with their second album, Science Fiction.
This is a record beyond the usual and in honesty's name, I do not really know in what end to start.
So, lets try to extract the ingredients a small bit at a time.

There is a little bit of everything here. You get an odd mix of Beatles, Melodies, Ghost, Soul, Thin Lizzy, Warmth and Beatiful Softness with an underlying swinging "Full Speed ahead" feeling, Mott The Hoople, Gospel, ELO, Pop, Zappa, Organs, Abba meets Black Sabbath, Fat Guitars, Beautiful solos, blues, harmonies and overdoses of sacred harmonical choirs who creates a wall of sounds that would make Phil Spector himself green of envy.

And lots, I really mean lots, more. Pheeew!
Is this good or just too much? We'll see.

Let's start with the music. Here's a formidable abundance of details and instruments. But that's no problem, it's so nicely composed with very strong songs and incredible melodies. What hits me first are the beautiful organs and guitars. Sometimes so caressing, you feel like crying.

The singing and the choir parts are also on the verge of celestial at times. The church manages to weave together a musical melting pot that is almost perfect, as it becomes a mixture of simplicity and ordered chaos. All at the same time.


The first songs on the record are purely magic, but something happens. Or, that's probably more, what does not happen. There is no text for one of the songs, "The Cards That You're Playing". Or, rather, it becomes minimalist. My first thought is "cool, a song with just refrain, no verses". But after a while, it just turns out to be a constant repetition of the same sentence, yes, it stops beeing cool after a while. Even though you are they performs the text line with many nuances, I start losing my focus. It's a little disturbing to me, when the music is so damn good. Or it's just that I'm missing something artistic on the whole. But that's the only thing I have a hang up on, because then the record recovers and continues its magical psychedelic space trip.

I also like the band's marketing before the release. Recently, as a member of the "Church", daily links is mailed with access to the new songs, with explanations and some other little things. Innovative.

With only one less good song, on an otherwise amazingly well-composed and interesting album,I can't give anything else than 4 aces out of 5. I do not know if this record suits all in taste, but everyone should try giving it a couple of spins with The Church Of The Cosmic Skull. Who knows, you might get stuck in the cult of Space Hippies, just like me.
At the time of writing, I do not know the exact date the record is released, but pre-order begins on May 1st.

 

torsdag 26 april 2018

Konsert : King Buffalo på Undergången/Slaktkyrkan 2018-04-25

Äntligen fick jag chansen att se mina gamla favoriter King Buffalo live på en scen i Stockholm. Den som läst bloggen länge vet att dom dök upp på min radar i spillrorna av sin förra skepnad, Velvet Elvis. Den demo som det nybildade King Buffalo levererade bara månader efter att Velvet hade upplösts, var en knock. Som demo betraktad var den löjligt välproducerad, och vilka låtar sedan. Detta är inte första gången man spelar i Sverige, Göteborg har haft ett besök av Rochester-grabbarna tidigare, men detta var alltså Stockholmspremiär.

Jag blev verkligen inte besviken. Det blev nästan ännu tydligare live, långt från studions möjligheter, hur denna trio magisk väver ihop trummor, bas, gitarr och sång. Hur man på bara tre man kan låta så harmoniskt och komplext, utan att för den delen bli överarbetade. Mitt stora intryck är värmen i låtarna. Sean Mcvay's förtrollande röst, som både låter stark och spröd på samma gång. Scott Donaldson's energiska trummande som lägger en stabil grund. Dan Reynolds bas som både fyller Scotts trum-groove, och samtidigt harmoniskt agerar kompgitarr  till Seans otroliga sologitarr. Så jäkla överväldigande snyggt. De till synes sömlösa övergångarna mellan det skira, flummiga psykedeliska, till blytunga bombastiska krevader av rå energi. 

Det var även första gången för min del att besöka Undergången på konsertlokalen Slaktkyrkan, även det en positiv upplevelse. Skönt ställe och hyfsat bra ljud. Hit kommer jag gärna tillbaka. Att man dessutom bokar bra band är ju en stor fördel.


Det var roligt att byta några ord i merch-båset med Scott och Dan. Inte dumt heller att kunna plocka hem en ny signerad godsak till samlingen.
Vilket osökt för mig in på en passande liten brasklapp för den nära framtiden, då King Buffalo även kommer att spela på DesertFest i London mellan den 4:e och 6:e Maj. Som det ser ut nu så kommer Spader Ess att ha representanter där (Spader Dotter o kanske Will of Spades). Detta kommer att innebära att det stundtals blir artiklar på Engelska, efter önskemål av festivalarrangörerna. Troligen av blandad kvalitet, bättre med dom i England och sämre med mig. :-)

http://kingbuffalo.com/
https://kingbuffalo.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/kingbuffaloband/

https://www.facebook.com/undergangen/
http://www.slaktkyrkan.se/
http://www.desertfest.co.uk/home 


Somewhat scetchy English version:
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At last I got the chance to see my old favorites King Buffalo live on stage in Stockholm.
Those who read the blog for a longer time know that they first appeared on my radar in the ruins
of their former shape, Velvet Elvis. The demo that the newly formed King Buffalo delivered
only months after Velvet had dissolved was a knockout. As a demo, it was ridiculously well-produced,
and the songs, the songs....
This is not the first time they play in Sweden. Gothenburg have had a visit of the Rochester guys earlier, but
this was their Stockholm Premiere.

And I was not disappointed. It became even clearer for me live, far from the possibilitys of the studio, how this trio magically weaves drums, bass, guitar and song. How just three you can sound so harmonious and complex, without being overworked.
My big impression for the night is the warmth of the songs. Sean Mcvay's enchanting voice, which sounds both strong and brittle at the same time. Scott Donaldson's energetic drumming that puts a stable foundation for the music. Dan Reynold's bass, which both fills in with Scott's drum-groove, and at the same time harmoniously acts as a rythm guitar to Sean's incredible solo pieces. So fucking overwhelmingly handsome, to be blunt. The seemingly seamless transitions between the sheer and hazy psychedelic to right out leaden bursts of raw energy.

It was also the first time for me to visit the Slaktkyrkan (Slaughter church), also a positive experience. Nice place with pretty good sound. I will gladly come back. Additionally, booking good bands is a big advantage.

It was also nice to say get to say hi to Scott and Dan in the merch booth. Also it's good to go home with a new signed treat to the collection.

Which gives me an opportunity for a future disclaimer of sorts. As King Buffalo will play at DesertFest in London between the 4th and 6th of May. As it seems now, Spader Ess will have representatives there (Spader Daughter and maybe Will of Spades). Therefore, from now on some of be articles will be in English, as requested by the festival organizers. Probably of mixed quality, better when done by those in England and worse when done by me. :-) 

onsdag 25 april 2018

Buffelveckan i Stockholm

Jahap, då var den över oss, Buffelveckan.
Veckan då bufflarna släntrar in i stan och spelar upp till dans.

I kväll blir det King Buffaloklubb Undergången och på lördag The White BuffaloKägelbanan.
Rapporter från båda spelningarna kommer senare.Om du inte har något för dig, så.....
















https://www.facebook.com/kingbuffaloband/ 
https://www.facebook.com/thewhitebuffalomusic/

tisdag 24 april 2018

Dagens Musiktips : Hela listan..Eller grand deluxe 31!

Idag tänkte jag bara bjuda på två EP:s. Från två lika olika band, från varsin världsdel (USA o  Australien).
Eller bara och bara, dom är ruggigt bra. Som sagt, två olika band, men med en väsentlig likhet som gör att jag klumpar ihop dem så¨här på detta sättet. Båda banden har en skön mjuk mystisk atmosfär.

Först har vi magiska Frayle från Clevland, Ohio. Med sin debut EP The White Witch skapar Doom-duon en suggestiv, mystisk och hypnotisk värld som det är lätt att sjunka in i och bara följa Gwyn Strangs förtrollande röst längs med Sean Biloveckys stigar av blytunga riff. En mix av det sköra och råtunga.



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Seeing Red Records (U.S.) - CD Preorder
Lay Bare Recordings (Europe) - Vinyl coming soon 
 


Från Melbourne i Australien kommer The Black Heart Death Club och deras EP Black Rainbow. Bandet väver även dom en väldigt suggestiv ljudbild, även om det går lite mer mot det psykedeliska här. Det blir stundtals lite mer upbeat, lite mer indierock känsla. Men massor med atmosfär.



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