Tag Archives: avant-garde

PETER CAT – The Magus

January 23, 2022

Peter Cat 2022 Caledonian auteur exposes hypocrites by enshrouding their lonesome ways in colorful tapestry. Scotland has long had it with straightforward pop, so lately there’s been a lot of action on the quirky side of things – something that … Continue reading

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ARI LEHTELA – The Year The Earth Stood Still

December 20, 2021

Tela Guitar 2021 Countering Covid with stream of consciousness, North Carolinian luthier dives into the era of virus. One of the latest pandemic’s unexpected results has been an influx of often interesting musical opuses, yet while many of the artists … Continue reading

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EAMON THE DESTROYER – A Small Blue Car

December 9, 2021

Bearsuit 2021 Driving an avant-garde vehicle to the verge of delirium, Edinburgh demiurge delivers dispatches from distant vistas. Lately, Caledonia has been bustling with weird melodic activities that manifested themselves in visitations by the opuses of somebodies called and Eamon … Continue reading

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BUNNY & THE INVALID SINGERS – Flight Of The Certainty Kids

November 6, 2021

Bearsuit 2021 Scottish nonconformist takes off for an Icarus-esque adventure to capture the zeitgeist If this ensemble’s name summons the image of a handicapped gospel choir, there’s nothing on the Edinburghers’ third album to discard such an assumption, because it’s … Continue reading

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ZERO TIMES EVERYTHING – Sound Of Music

September 24, 2021

Zero Times Everything 2021 Entranced with entropy, international avant-garde ensemble embraces universal yin and yang to prevent the end of the world. It’s taken ZXE almost a full decade to reach the point of no return that is “Sound Of … Continue reading

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