Fascinating Things : Issue 31

Straight into it this time, far too many new things to share, so lots of links and very little in the way of words:

Proggy stuff in a Porcupine Tree style from South Wales. The band is Goldbringer:

Maini, from Sweden, starts off a bit Enya and then oddly goes a bit Sabbath, more Enya and then an AOR solo….. strangely compelling:

The new Kristian Harting album “Summer of Crush” will be featured on this weeks Aural Delights Podcast, here’s video from it:

Ummagma are back with a new release called “Frequency” here is the delightful, but far too short, opening track:

On Friday 13th November 2015, R*E*P*E*A*T Records and Pure Deadly  release THIS IS THE SOUND OF SUGAR TOWN: a 12” vinyl and download album featuring twelve acts from “the UK’s unsung DIY rock capital, Bury St Edmunds”.  All profits go to the towns’ Women’s Refuge. The CD is hopefully winging it’s way to me for airplay – pending that have a gander at Bandcamp:

Righteous Reprobates seem have  picked on the sound of Burnage, which is interesting was they are from London/Kent. This is their first single which is out in early December. Useful to fill the Gallagher shaped hole in your life:

Avec Le Soleil Sortant De Sa Bouche, Montreal’s premiere purveyors of long-form experimental kraut-funk, will head to Europe for the first time this November. The quartet will bring their idiosyncratic and uncannily cohesive pairing of dizzying conceptual headiness and dancefloor-ready rhythmic precision, sadly they are only playing London and Coventry. Their album “Zubberdust!” was very good indeed.

Mark Corrin‘s new EP is excellent. Stop sitting around listening to Adele and go and get it…..

The Deadline Shakes have re-recorded their excellent tune “Sweeten The Deal” and very good is it to:

From their beginnings, Zrazy have tackled social and political issues head-on through their music from feminism to abortion to gay rights, leading to an outright ban on Ireland’s national radio. Their new single is here and is very good:

And finally, a new one from West Yorkshire’s finest Monster Jaw

 

 

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