Brand new taste of the new King Gizzard album due out in September. ‘Head On/Pill’ is 16 minutes of epic Gizzard sounds, now with added sitar. Usually I would see sitar and think, oh gosh, the King Gizz’s have gone to King Jizz’s (shit joke I know), but after I heard the rollicking track, I was convinced otherwise. The sitar sits as part of the rhythm section, and although you can hear it in the mix, it never features obnoxiously. And really, how the fuck can you turn down a 16 minute epic from these fellas? Really keen for the new album.
Secret Hands is a local Melbourne dude playing some really epic sounding indie goodness, but with this element of introspection which I’m diggin a hell of a lot.
His debut EP, ‘How’ is a really well crafted synth and percussion driven tale of epicness. And that sentence is equally bad as this EP is good (read: sentence was one of the shittest one’s i’ve written/this EP is one of the best things I’ve heard in a while).
Lead track we got below…and if you like, check out the full EP over on iTunes. No chance of being disappointed.
It was well over a year ago that I first discovered Galleries. I termed it optimistic post-rock. Truly was. Their first EP was on high rotation for the first half of last year. They then followed it up with their next single Rocket Science.
Since then, things have been a little quiet for the gents. Until now. New track Darkness Coming still holds that big epic sound that I loved on their debut. It’s also got a bit more of a pop sensibility. And even a bit more drive. You can stream it down below.
The guys are working their debut album, but it looks like we’ll have to wait a bit for that one.
You know when you hear a track and it makes you feel kinda happy? It has a riff that makes you feel good?
Ha, well this track by The Lionheart Brothers does that for me. Maybe it’s the Norwegian. Maybe it’s the incredible epicness of the track.
If you’re into feeling happy though then maybe give the clip below a miss. It’s their clip for the same song, but for me, for some reason, it makes the track take on this whole new dark dimension.