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Music by Bergman: The Vryll Society

Liverpudlian psychedelic cosmonauts The Vryll Society have unleashed their latest psych-driven assault on the airwaves with ‘Andrei Rublev’, creating increased anticipation ahead of the release of their debut album this summer on legendary label Deltasonic.

Inspired by scenes from Andre Tarkovsky’s 1996 arthouse classic film, ‘Andrei Rublev’ is an emotive charge of hip-hop drums, crunching bass lines and hypnotic guitar solos, hinting further at the themes and ideas likely to form the basis of their upcoming record. There’s no other British band doing what The Vryll Society are doing right now, it’s music from another dimension, out of this world good. A special band with a special debut album not far off.

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Favourite Gig: Editors

 Editors will play today at Razzmatazz  their new album, Violence. the British outfit’s sixth album overall.

The record follows 2015’s well-received self-produced effort, In Dream. As signaled by the lead track “Magazine”, Violence finds Editors taking their dark wave rock towards a poppier sound. Some of that is likely the result of working with a producer whom the band had never met — not even during the recording process. After writing the majority of the album in an old cow shed near Oxford, UK, they began collaborating remotely with Benjamin John Power, aka Blanck Mass, leading to some unexpected shifts in style.

Hit of the week: Gaz Coombes ‘Walk The Walk’

Supergrass singer tuned solo songwriter Gaz Coombes has shared new song ‘Walk The Walk’.

The English artist is set to release new album ‘World’s Strongest Man’ on May 4th, the follow up to his Mercury nominated album ‘Matador’. With a flurry of headline shows planned Gaz Coombes is ready to move ahead, sharing new song ‘Walk The Walk’. With a slight twinge of Americana filtered through his deeply British songwriting landscape, it’s a stirring return, a refreshing, creative statement.

 

 

 

Ville à Dômat #216: ‘Air de Printemps’

És primavera i celebrem Sant Jordi amb la millor música indie del moment. Divus Julius es vesteix de groc i ens perfuma amb el més nou de Little Boot,s Lykke Li Teleman, Melody’s Echo Chamber o Lord Huron entre d’altres. A més, estrenem els nous temes d’artistes veterans com Morcheeba, Eels, Johnny Marr o Miles Kane i ens presenta a joves promeses com el francès Flavien Berger, Biig Piig, Isaac Gracie, APRE o The Vryll Society. Presentemla novel·la gràfica ‘Nick Cave: Mercy on me’. Tota la informació sobre el Vida Festival
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Ville à Dômat: Air de Printemps

Divus Julius presents…Flavien Berger

Al jove músic autodidacta francès Flavien Berger li encanta jugar amb les paraules per crear històries amb un alt component sentimental a través del seu pop electrònic i sintètic. Tres anys després del seu debut amb ‘Leviathn’, l’inclassificable jove geni francès torna amb una sedant nova cançó: ‘Brutalisme’. Aquesta nit a Caprichos de Apolo.

Introducing…Lump

Laura Marling gave us one of 2017’s best albums in Semper Femina, but already she’s back and prepping to release a follow-up. The forthcoming full-length is called LUMP and marks the first collaboration between Marling and Mike Lindsay, founding member of Tunng and Throws. Together, they go by the name LUMP.

Their debut LP was recorded in Lindsay’s London studio and has a June 1st release date through Dead Oceans. Lindsay handled the music while Marling was in charge of the lyrics and vocals. Per a press release, Marling’s contributions are described as “a bizarre but compelling narrative about the commodification of curated public personas, the mundane absurdity of individualism, and the lengths we go to escape our own meaninglessness.”