Three tracks that need to be listened. Three tracks “buzzzing”. Hand-picked by Last Day Deaf for you…
Artist: Dead Slow Hoot
Track: ‘Gesticulating Wildly’
Genre: indie rock
Sheffield / London based indie/alternative rock quartet Dead Slow Hoot are definitely a band to watch. Their latest single and video ‘Gesticulating Wildly‘ from their new EP ‘A Kinder Kind‘ (out on June 17th, special vinyl release via Philophobia Music) starts in an atmospheric, almost poetic way, not warning the unaware listener of what is about soon to follow. “Tsunami guitar waves” strike at around 2nd minute mark, when the band lets loose all its energy to a vertiginous whirlwind of impeccably arranged wall of noise (this unholy gang even deploys flute!) in which the song’s wild beauty glibly unfolds
It’s easy to refer to those dudes as another Interpol influenced outfit; Nahhh, they also dig ‘psychedelics’…. Unmissable for those who love early-era Oneida!
Artist: Bronson Arm
Track: ‘Conscious Confuser’
Genre: noise rock
From UK transferring to Kalamazoo, Michigan to meet up with fiery noise punk/rock duo Bronson Arm (Blake Bickel on baritone guitar/vocals and Garrett Yates on drums) and their ‘Conscious Confuser‘. While listening to this heavy beast, the very first band that sprung in mind was ‘Betty‘-era Helmet, but as this heretic track moved on,, early METZ & jerky, noise rock purveyors The Jesus Lizard were added on the plot. As some of you may have guessed, what we have here is an anti-conformist, intense, dystopic, noise rock anthem for the brave ones! The definition of juggernaut!
Out on Off White House Records.
Track: ‘Saturno’ (Original Mix)
Genre: deep house
It’s high time we lose the tension with Hamburg-based DJ and producer Florian Pagel, aka LF-Flo and his latest, anthemic, deep house treat ‘Saturno‘ (Original Mix). The production and sound are on the highest level here, the progression is flawless, and the ethereal vibes conquer our inner souls from start to finish; After 1.20 mark the journey begins at fullest with the addictive synths and pads carving the way.
This one is deep!
Curated by: Christos Doukakis