Three tracks that need to be listened. Three tracks “buzzzing”. Hand-picked by Last Day Deaf for you…
Track: ‘It’s All Around You’
We just cannot get enough from the instrumental indietronica of Juliette‘s ‘It’s All Around You‘; It sets off with its warm vibes, to progress and evolve into an upbeat, indie electro ‘oasis’ that will lift you up from the quarantine’s hibernation. Juliette is the solo project of Seattle’s Scott Kulicke, and this gem is the result of a one-day song writing/recording challenge, heavily influenced by the likes of Satin Jackets & French 79. Utterly adorable!
Genre: post punk, noise rock
Getting much louder now, with the frenzy, post punk/noise rock by the Bristol duo Polemics and their latest banger ‘Hegemon‘. This one is running 1000 miles/hour, downhill without brakes, and would love to listen to this one live, once this bloody pandemic is gone for good, an life gets back to normal.
Fans of IDLES, Fugazi & early-era The Men proceed with caution!
Track: ‘Leaving the House’
Genre: folk, lo-fi rock
Peiler is a band from Berlin, that recently released their 11-track album ‘Leaving the House‘, from which we chose the self-titled track; An intimate, lo-fi folk/rock ballad, for broken hearts, that no Bill Callahan (Smog) fan should miss. This one is a grower and make sure you don’t expect anthemic choruses nor massive build-ups… It’s an inner wave getting bigger and bigger to unleash the ultimate, sentimental vortex in the last minute’s “bleeding” chorus… A lo-fi perfection!
Curated by: Christos Doukakis