Starting “Lit like the Sun,” Kim Field’s lush vocals wash over the stratospheric mood of this opening track, like they’re emanating from the source of the center of this solar system. “Any color can be bright, but it takes all to produce daylight.” Vast expanses of space and time transverse perfectly, reflecting the album’s title “Cosmic Tidal Wave.” An epic album opener, it set the stage for the rest of the astral journey over the course of the solid nine song album. “Bending the lines” is the second track, having more of a bounce, and creating a nice low-key dance vibe after the cosmic voyage of the album opener. Smooth…
Infinite Possible Futures is the new album by Mayya
Infinite Possible Futures is the new album by Mayya, and it hits like a comforting warm breeze or a hug from a long-lost friend.
Baroque pop at its finest: HIGH TATRAS’ release their new single “Soft Leather (Dead Line)”
"It’s an eclectic mix, but balances out like a smooth scotch on the rocks. "
PREMIERE – POW LS1: The Alternating Currents, September 11, 2020
"In Memory, In Celebration, Recorded Across America." - The Alternating Currents, 2020
SONIC BOOM’S FIRST NEW ALBUM IN OVER 20 YEARS: ALL THINGS BEING EQUAL
All Things Being Equal represents Sonic Boom’s first album release in over 20 years. You heard that right. It’s also the first to be released by Carpark Records, home to several artists Peter Kember (AKA Sonic Boom) has produced himself. The album shares the same name of Kember’s previous project; he remarks “I learn from everyone I work with, and I wanted to bring what I learnt into this record,” “Everybody thinks about and listens to music in different ways.” All Things Being Equal has been in the works for over five years; the songs began as instrumental pieces in the UK and have been remixed and reworked over the…
A Psychedelic Surf Rock Journey into Space: Annie Taylor’s New Single “Telephone”
Hailing from Switzerland, Annie Taylor gives off serious grunge heavy, surf rock vibes. Their sound is far from clean, but it’s exactly this grittiness which makes it so addictive—the seductive, moody, new wave lyrics coupled with 80s power ballad riffs makes you want to go on a psychedelic, surf-rock journey into space.