Five more music things, another five? Already? Shall we do it again? Did you? Why? Poor what? who? Where’s did we put the plot? Dive more pieces of earfood? Shall we do it again? Back to back to back being back to the five musical things thing and the fractured music portal yet again (and again and again) and yeah, we did say all this last week and this is a test and the weeks before and blah blah blah while the whole world window and no, we never do and the proof of the pudding and all that proof reading. It doesn’t really matter if it was a television fizzing and going off and things back then when we first heard of the Window going off and things. and like we did ask last time, does anyone bother reading the editorial? Does anyone ever actually look down the rabbit hole or is it all just method acting? Cut to the chase, there’s loads of music further down the page, well five or so pieces of music, cut to the damn chase again…
This five musical things thing is mostly about just that, five musical things that have passed by in the last few days, five sound bites, five slices of musical information along with those oh so vital vital links and signposts staring back and making that hissing noise. You do read all this right? You did read that bit about Bandcamp Friday last time? Enough of this, cut the crap you say, I know, on with the music, here comes whatever we have for you this time around, the low spark of high rise whatever… Let the music do the talking, here’s some Stuff and stuff
1: Stuff – “‘KWIBUS’ will appear on the forthcoming STUFF. album “T(h)reats” to be released via Sdban Ultra. Part one of our live series shot at KMSKA museum Antwerp”. We rather like this Stuff stuff. Stuff is the band;s name, here’s their website
STUFF. are set to release new studio album ‘T(h)reats’ on the 7th May via Belgian tastemaker record label Sdban Ultra. Known for their rhythmic sensibility and curious melody, the quintet weave together a futuristic soundsphere where electronic wind instruments, drums, electric bass, synthesizers and turntables combine with Pollock-like abandon, creating a style that while heavy on groove has enormous depth and intrigue.
The band’s third studio album, ‘T(h)reats’, takes inspiration from a series of explosive live shows in 2019 and is a reaction to the current situation we find ourselves in; art and music can be a treat in these strange and uncertain times. “After hours of talking, philosophizing and fantasizing about what the new approach of the record could be, nothing concrete came up. Then we just started making music to see where we’d end up like we’ve always done. As a result, in this day and age, with this group of people … this is what happened,” says the band.
2: Dark Patterns are a “DIY electronic post-punk trio based in Berlin, currently releasing sporadic experimental stand-alone singles”, herer’s the latest, you can find them all on their Bandcamp page, where would we be without Bandcamp, did we mention our Bandcamp page? Never mind our page, how good is A Thousand Eyes? More of this please….
3: A live version of ‘Nothing To Say’ by Savage Gary feat. Georgia. Recorded at Speedy Wunderground HQ, Mr Dan’s Studio, Streatham. Speedy’s always worth keep an eye and an ear onm you never quit3 know what you’re going to get, not everything grabs us, lots and lots of it, like this one just did, does…
“Well there are still no gigs and we really wanted to perform it live and play it LOUD. So instead me and G brought the party to the studio. It was a LOT of fun, as you can see.” Dan Carey
4: Wife Eyes – “Are you down in the dumps? Do your lumps have bumps? Well, have no fear, Wife Eyes is here. Across 8 tricky tracks, Wife Eyes inspire and confound, fusing elements of math pop with unpredictable electronic collages, a concoction that’s sure to cure what ails you. Sometimes scary, sometimes beautiful, you never quite know what you’re in for during any given Wife Eyes track. Come, have a weird time with Wife Eyes”. Well that’s what they said, we are we to question anything, we like it, you might like it, I know what I like when the sun beats down and I lie on the bench
I can always hear them talk… Here’s the Bandcamp
5: Evolfo – Brooklyn, NY psych rock septet Evolfo today shared their new single “Give Me Time” from their latest full-length, Site Out Of Mind, releasing June 18th via Royal Potato Family. The track arrives alongside an El Oms-directed music video which you can see and hear right here on this very Organic page. There’s something about it, there’s something about Evolfo, there a soulfulness here that stops it from falling off the edge, a warmth. There’s more details on the band’s Bandcamp page.
And while we’re here, The Mass were regularly covered on these fracture pages and indeed played on our airwaves back at the start of the century., this rather fine reminder passed our way this week….
And before we go, this is rather beautiful, there is always one more thing to share….
And opening any moment now…