Happy Halloween, the day when adults feels it is acceptable to dress up… Maybe I’m missing something but I don’t get it. Anyway, for today we have Late Night Venture, which is indie/ post rock from Denmark. They first came to my attention when Dr Space mentioned them playing at the Kildemose Festival; good, very listenable, but uninspired and lacking somewhat in having a distict sound of their own. Wandering all around the indie genre, sometimes venturing closer to a classic rock sound, and then more of a psychedelic feel, then distorted guitars being reminiscent of shoegaze. Kind of all over the place, and while the music is good, I’m not really digging it, 80%.
I made some awesome Habanero Ox-Tail the other day, then last night I got super stoned and ate all the leftovers… And some chicken Florentine, and a bunch of yogurt, probably some other crap too, in not sure. Needless to say, later in the night I awoke and spent a couple of hours shitting my ass off and while this occupied I happened across this this genre called dreampunk. It doesn’t lend itself to any easy description but it is nice and mellow and soundscapey, with jazz and surf and elevator music influences blended together into some really good crapping music, 83%.
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Raspberry Bulbs started as the project of one of the members of Bone Awl, with the idea of exploring the territory that lies just outside of black metal. Raspberry ‘s appearance on the scene is profound, in some ways akin to the mind-fuck effect that Bone Awl originally provoked. Defiantly worth listening to at least once. Overall it reminds me of black metal and post punk, but in a good way, 87%.
(Here is an interview that explains a bit more.)