Opeth – Heritage

2013/05/27

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Just a quick reminder of Opeths latest album “Heritage” that was released in september 2011. Sick cover and some really good tracks in there. JUST GET IT!

This record is more stoner/psych influenced than previous records.

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Someone once described Kate Bush the most stoned woman in Britain; Brightblack Morning Light might earn the sobriquet of most stoned band in New Mexico.  They are just about rooted in their once native Alabama and early 70s blues-loving rock but their sound is actually over-stoned; so thick and immersive you could almost rock-crit to the max and announce “heroin folk”. 

Naybob Shineywater Pens mystic lyrics about rainbows, hologram buffaloes and living in a little tent down by the river — and he’s got the hippie bona fides to back it up. With his partner, Rachael Hughes, Shineywater lives in a solar-powered home in New Mexico, where the pair typically craft psych-rock blues albums under the name Brightblack Morning Light.

Brightblack Morning Light – A Rainbow Aims from the album “Motion To Rejoin”

Brightblack Morning Light – Hologram Buffalo from the album “Motion To Rejoin”

Brightblack Morning Light – Oppressions Each from the album “Motion To Rejoin”

Brightblack Morning Light – Summer Hoof from the album “Motion To Rejoin”

Langhorns

2009/01/29

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Langhorns started playing in the summer of 1995 as a result of the band members irresistible urge to do at least something right with their lives. Langhorns is all about instrumental surf country cowboy rock  a la The Ventures but better, lots better. The gun smoke is thick and you can almost see the mysterious speechless cowboys in the horizon or longhaired blonde surfers surfing endless waves in the sunset when you hear this music. To all this the music is a hilarious mix of minimalistic blues-rock, jazz, psychedelia, R&B, flamenco, Latin-rock, Mexican mariachis and the seductive tunes of the Orient.

The tree guys who makes this band comes from the city of Lund in Sweden far away from beaches and crazy surfers has released 3 albums on the swedish label Bad Taste Record, the last album in 2003.

Langhorns – Buccaneer from the selftitled album

Langhorns – Tierra Del Fuego from the selftitled album

Langhorns – Penetration from the selftitled album

Langhorns – Surf´99 from the album “Club Gabaradino”

Langhorns – Switchblade from the album “Club Gabaradino”

Langhorns – Point Neuf from the album “Club Gabaradino”

Langhorns – Spybeat from the album “Mission Exotica”

Langhorns – In Your Fez from the album “Mission Exotica”

Langhorns – El Niño from the album “Mission Exotica”

Gustaf Spetz

2009/01/27

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Swedish piano-based indie trio Eskju Divine has broken up and frontman Gustaf Spetz is going solo. His debut album “Good night Mr Spetz” will be officially out  tomorrow January 28 on Imperial Records, he delivers dreamy and catchy indie pop/rock piano based with wondeful vocals, it sounds simple, bright and close to the ground. Get´s you in a good mood, perfect!

Please remember to support the artists if like the music by buying their records, thats why i don´t upload full albums!

Gustaf Spetz – Hold Me Like You Used To from the album “Good night Mr Spetz”

Gustaf Spetz – Every Word I Know from the album “Good night Mr Spetz”

Gustaf Spetz – You And Me from the album “Good night Mr Spetz”

Gustaf Spetz – Startin Again from the album “Good night Mr Spetz”

Takka Takka

2009/01/12

takka-takkaWith fleshed out mellow guitar riffs and ethereal soundscapes, Takka Takka has conjured a retro-dreamy blend of alternative rock on their highly anticipated sophomore album, “Migration”. Sure enough, Takka Takka has produced an album hotter than the devil’s workshop to illustrate their abstractly perfect blend of tangled drums and crooning vocals. “Migration” drenches itself with rapturous melodies and a laid-back mash up of smooth indie rock ‘n’ roll. “Silence” reverberates with slow-tempo percussions and stringy guitar jams that result in finger-tapping ecstasy. Gabe Levine’s droning hymns and Conrad Doucette’s soft bass highlight their musical za za zsu, extending to the artsy yet swaggering tunes (“Fall down where you stand”) and ghostly musical arrangements (“Change, No Change”).

Takka Takka – Silence from the album “Migration”

Takka Takka – Fall Down Where You Stand from the album “Migration”

Takka Takka – Change, No Change from the album “Migration”

Takka Takka – Everybody Say from the album “Migration”