quarta-feira, 28 de janeiro de 2015

Spaceboys with Lull - An Interview



Q melhor descrição para a sonoridade dos londrinos do Lull já foi  dada em alguma resenha, algo como o Slowdive coverizando os Smashing Pumpkinks ou vice e versa.

Dead or Alone é o Ep de estreia dos caras e, bem é exatamente isso mesmo, Slowdive e Smashing Pumpkins fundindo-se entre paisagens sonoras calmas e densas e explosões sonoras.

Só que detalhe, o Lull pega isso tudo e condensa com sua atitude musical, Dead or Alone, Break Hearts e principalmente Bubble Tea explicita tudo isso.

Ah detalhe, o lançamento é pro dia 16 de fevereiro, mas já esta disponível pra ouvir, mergulhe de cabeça.

***** Interview with Lull *****


Q. When did Lull started? tell us about the history...
I had a hard time finding people to start something up originally. People were busy jumping on the nu-folk bandwagon and few of my friends played instruments. I’d tried flyering a few years back to get a post-punk/emo project off the ground, which of course was an even harder sell! I eventually spent some time writing these swirly lo-fi songs and had every intention of doing the whole wall-of-noise, introverted listening, Lovesliescrushing type of thing but then I met Toby (guitar) and that wall kind of fell away as his playing style was so different to mine. Later we picked up Filipe (drums) and Simon (bass) and the sound opened up further. We all found each other online through music classifieds and like similar music, long walks on the beach and holding hands, so we’ve been pretty lucky.

Q: Who are your influences?
I remember the first album I bought that meant anything was the Smashing Pumpkins’ Melloncollie’. I had a weird phase of going to buy CDs and being more attracted to whatever band names I found the most interesting. That quirk got me massively into My Bloody Valentine and the Cocteau Twins. I’m a sucker for all the old 4AD stuff. In contrast to Toby, who has quite a strong playing style, I play softly with light picks which I think I got from how I imagined Robin Guthrie to hit notes, getting these really nuanced tones out of the guitar. A lot of DIY punk and early screamo influences the chords I use, stuff like Jeromes Dream, Portraits of Past and Anomie, to name a few. Oddly, I missed the boat on a lot of 90s indie which the rest of the guys love so I’m only just scratching the surface of that stuff now.

Q. Made a list of 5 albums of all time…
Too many to count, I’ll try, but this is in no particular order!
1. Siamese Dream – Smashing Pumpkins
2. Treasure – Cocteau Twins
3. Isn’t Anything – My Bloody Valentine
4. Blood – This Mortal Coil
5. Relationship of Command/Acrobatic Tenement – At the Drive-in

Q. How do you feel playing live?
We’ve played some great shows with some great bands already. We love playing live because (soundman permitting) we can turn up extra loud and get that feedback that can totally change a song for the better. We’ve got more shows coming up this year and a load of new songs so watch this space.


Q. How do you describe Lull´s sounds?
We’ve been described as a lot of things, “like Slowdive covering the Pumpkins”, “brooding” and “nice”, which is nice. Toby coined it as ‘noise-pop’ and I think that probably hits where it matter is we’re talking labels. There’s a lot of groove and melody within the noise that we try to surface, so short of calling it groove-rock we’ll take noise-pop for now.

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs?
Before I met Toby I had already written a bunch of songs, including Bubble Tea and Diving, which each have their own pre-band demos floating around somewhere. Typically I’ll have a song pretty fleshed out, at least for one guitar, along with an idea of how I see it working. We’ll take that to the studio where the rest of the band show me how I’m wrong and pull me out of this perfectly beautiful, but linear-sounding song. It almost always starts with a song or riff I have pretty set then we add our own ideas in the studio to see what works and what doesn’t. We live relatively close but can’t just knock on each other’s doors to float a riff so there’s a lot of recording and how-to videos for the weird chords and structures in between rehearsals.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
Everyone should go check out the Leeds-based band Fade, their EP is heavy as, but funky, proper hunky shit. We had the pleasure of playing with Aeroplane Flies High (who changed their name super recently to Mothers) who are just mind-blowing live. Catch them if you can.

Q: Which bands would you like to make a cover version of ?
‘Bubble Tea’ is begging for a black metal makeover so I’d get Immortal on the phone for that. I’m not sure really, I’d be cool to hear something far away from our sound, like the glitter of Scritti Politti or the synths and samples of Oneohtrix Point Never.

Q: What´s the plans for future....
A ton of new songs to hopefully go on a split or a new EP, we haven’t decided yet. Really we just want to get more live shows under our belt because that’s where we can really go up a notch with the ferocity. People all over the world have been in touch which is ace and we’ve been getting some great press despite not having a manager.

Q: Any parting words?
Thanks for the interview. Keep listening to weird shit.
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https://lull3.bandcamp.com/releases
https://www.facebook.com/lullsounds

Black Mettalic with Bloom - An Interview


Tome-lhe guitar bands revival na cabeça. 

Bloom de Santo Antonio, Estados Unidos vem estilhaçando a cabeça de seus ouvintes e criando já um séquito de admiradores graças a seu single de estreia, o pontapé Rise/Overflow.

São só duas canções, considerando que há um remix de Rise, mas já serve como um cartão de visitas daqueles que chegam com os dois pés no peito. Guitarrada de primeira, psicodelismo sixties aqui e ali, mas o lance é a pegada mezzo cacetada mezzo viajante dos caras, tipo uma colisão desenfreada entre Beach Boys, Catherine Wheel e Meat Puppets.

Mais ou menos assim, Bloom é foda.


***** Interview with Bloom *****



Q. When did Bloom start, tell us about the history...
BLOOM started about a year ago. Reed DeAngelis (bass) and I (Blake Ibanez - guitar) had been going back and forth sending guitar parts to each other, when it dawned on us to just start a band. Through him I met Jay Elizalde (vocals) and Raul Vela IV (drums), and after a couple practices we had laid out basic song arrangements. Since then we've been mainly working in the studio, trying to finish enough songs in order to start preparing for shows.

Q: Who are your influences?
Our influences range from 60's/70's rock--stuff like The Beatles, The Byrds, Pink Floyd, and The Zombies--to 90's shoegazing/alternative groups such as Ride, Catherine Wheel, The Telescopes, The Verve, etc. We try to blend classic songwriting techniques with the rock sensibilities and aesthetic of the early 90's UK bands.

Q. Make a list of 5 albums of all time…
This is a pretty difficult question because each day of the week our favorites will probably change, but today here are our picks:

Raul: - Beatles "White Album" - Meat Puppets "Up On The Sun" - Beatles "Revolver" - Husker Du "Zen Arcade" - Wipers "Youth of America"

Jay: - Beach Boys "Pet Sounds" - Superchunk "Indoor Living" - Beatles "Revolver" - Guided By Voices "Under The Bushes Under The Stars" - Tears For Fears "Songs From The Big Chair"

Reed: - Beach Boys "Pet Sounds" - Beatles "White Album" - Nick Drake "Pink Moon" - Bad Brains "Bad Brains" - Skip James "Hard Time Killing Floor"

Blake: - Beatles "Revolver" - The La's "The La's" - Smashing Pumpkins "Siamese Dream" - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young "Déjà Vu" - My Bloody Valentine "Loveless"

Q. How do you feel playing live?
We haven't begun playing live yet. Right now we're focused on writing quality songs--once we get 1-2 more, we fully expect to perform live. We all play multiple instruments, so we're still deciding which one each of us would be best playing in a live setting. Once we organize those things, we'll be eager to hit the stage and play these songs to people.

Q. How do you describe Bloom sounds?
An effort to recreate the vision of the 60's through an early 90's outline.


Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs?
Reed DeAngelis recorded and mixed the entire project, so here's the process in his words: "Well, we recorded everything ourselves. I was mostly responsible for the engineering and mixing, but Blake and the other guys also made a handful of mixing decisions along the way. We started with drums. I have an obsession with the drum sounds of the late-sixties/early-seventies rock recordings – think Zeppelin IV, Todd Rundgren’s ‘A Wizard, A True Star’, or McCartney’s ‘Ram’ – where they basically just throw a few mics around a drumset and then compress the hell out of the incoming signal. This approach might only work for certain kinds of drums (you probably want them to be pretty big) or certain kinds of drummers (you probably want them to be pretty badass). With this approach, we taught Raul the songs and subsequently recorded his takes in a brief, two-hour session, straight to 1/4-inch tape. After we got a decent drum sound, we moved the recording from Raul’s living room to my guest bedroom where we began tracking guitars and bass. As with drums, recording guitars is a pretty straightforward process: throw a microphone in front of an amp and start playing stuff, adjusting levels and eq’s when necessary. Assuming you don’t want a detailed, play-by-play analysis, I’ll finish by saying that the rest of the recording process mostly went this way: we found things that made sounds we liked (amplifiers, synthesizers, Jay’s vocal cords, and other miscellaneous noisemakers) and threw a microphone in front of it. I would recommend this strategy to anyone who’s interested in doing their own home recording. Remember, first you find things that sound good and then you throw a microphone in front of it. After that, you figure out a neat way to mix all your sounds together so that the end result is something like a song."

Q. Which new bands do you recommend?
The Mites, Gleeson, The Bremen Riot, Supercrush, True Widow

Q: Which band would you love to make a cover version of?
We've been discussing this, and haven't quite decided yet. Probably a band that doesn't really sound like us, but has a song we could interpret in our own stylistic way.

Q: What´s the plans for future....
We plan to finish another single and complete our setlist in the coming months. We also plan to release "Rise" as either a 7" or 12" record, film a music video, and practice for live performances in the future.

Q: Any parting words?
Thanks for the interview! Also thanks to anyone who has listened to the new single, bought it, or told their friends to listen to BLOOM. We hope to have more music on the way soon!
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https://bloomofficial.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/bloomtexas

Dragville with Bored Nothing - An Interview

De Melbourne, Austrália vem o altamente lo-fi, Bored Nothing, entenda lo-fi aqui como o mais próximo do punk possível. É DIY lo-fi mesmo, tem muito de comparações feitas co o Elliot Smith em relação ao Bored Nothing na figura do Fergus Miller que é o cara do Bored Nothing, mas vai além, tem folk cru, tem experimentalismos diversos, tem bits, loops, e o que mais se imaginar pra criar peças esquizofrênicas e freaks.

Mais uma vez para o TBTCI o Half Japonese na figura do mestre Jad Fair fez escola, e o Bored Nothing é o melhor aluno disso tudo.


***** Interview with Boring Nothing *****



Q. When did Bored Nothing start, tell us about the history...
it started as me just making little recordings on tape in my bedroom and handing them out to people, and leaving them in libraries and things like that.

Q: Who are your influences?
i love the beatles, and i always have, but some of my favourites are elvis costello, big star, harry nilsson and a lot of local bands in melbourne where i live.

Q. Make a list of 5 albums of all time
ooooooooh tough question.
ok.... in no particular order: (and all starting with B)…
Boards of Canada - Music has the right to children
Bob Dylan - Highway 51 Revisited
Beck - Sea Change
Bjork - Verspertine
Bikini Kill - Pussy Whipped

Q. How do you feel playing live?
sometimes it's the best feeling in the world: getting drunk, with my friends, seeing people sing along.
but sometimes it's terrible: seeing people bored out of their mind, talking while i'm trying to sing.

Q. How do you describe Bored Nothing sounds?
flat, boring, lo-fi.


Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs?
i usually write some lyrics down in my little book, and then i will write some guitar that sounds like it fits the mood, and then do all the other instruments (all by myself) and then i'll try and make the words fit at the end.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended
i'm not to up to date with new bands, but my favourite 2 albums of the last year have been HTRK's: Psychic 9-5 Club & Sun Kil Moon's: Benji, for sure.

Q: Which bands would you love to make a cover version of?
i don't really like doing cover versions of songs that i like because if i like them already i'm afraid i'll ruin them, but there a heap of beatles songs i'd love to cover (Yer Blues, Her Majesty, Here comes the Sun, etc).

Q: What´s the plan for the future....
get some REST for starters... and then get back to work on some new projects i've started.

Q: Any parting words?
Boomshankar.
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https://fergus.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/BoredNothing

Swamp Thing with Hexagrams - An Interview



O revival de pós punk  nos brinda com uma belíssima banda mexicana chamada Hexagrams.

Fortemente influenciado pelo pós punk de mais de três décadas atrás e incluindo elementos de shoegazing tudo em roupagem moderna e atual, o Hexagrams prepara-se pra soltar Soft Drugs seu debute, e as prévias já mostram que vem um álbum denso, tenso e intenso.

Cozinha marcada e pesada, guitarras oras pulsantes e serrilhando os pulsos em outras lentas e hipnóticas, vide algumas amostrar liberadas pra audição como a faixa título Soft Drugs, Ghost e China Doll.

Um disco perigoso se aproxima, e por aqui aguardo ansiosamente.


***** Interview with Hexagrams *****


Q. When did Hexagrams started, tell us about the history…
Well, Hexagrams started as a one-man thing by Kevin, vocals and guitar...pretty much out of a burst of creativity he had going on at the time but with no other people available to join him, so he recorded a small EP on his own, Analog, which became popular in our local music scene, so people started asking him to perform it live so he came to us, José, the drummer and myself, Diego, on the second guitar. Further along the way came Tulio, on bass, closing the actual line up of the band.

Q: Who are your influences?
We all have different influences, I believe...it's noticeable when you take a listen to our alternate projects, no of then sound a like, so it's hard to pin down our influences exactly. But speaking generally, I could say that the band is mainly influenced by modern guitar rock and the early late 80's early 90's shoegaze scene.


Q. Make a list of 5 albuns of all time…
Elliott Smith - Either/Or
Sonic Youth - Goo
Sex Pistols - Never mind the bollocks.
Ryan Adams - Love is hell
MBV - Loveless

Q. How do you feel playing live?
It feels so energetic! i really enjoy playing live cause we can’t get gigs frequently, every member of the band has alternate music projects, school or jobs and it gets very difficult to find dates for gigs. Playing live means more fuzzy guitars, when i started this project i wanted to be a different sound live than in recordings but now i want to sound the same as in recordings or even louder and violent.

Q. How do you describe Hexagramsr sounds?
It sounds like an angry kid ranting, he has no friends because of that, so that makes him sad


Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
It’s weird and always different but we start recording lead guitar-drum and bass, the three at the same time, after that Diego record the second guitar, we record like 4 or 5 guitars for each song, like the same parts but clean and distorted and some figures, then i record the voice (Kevin), cleans and modulated parts like we do in guitar. I’m always into mix and mastering process but the magic is brought by Fuzzland Records guy, Maik.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
I don’t really listen to new music, basically i’m always into the same old bands, but maybe Sunflower Bean, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Alvvays, i guess they’re 'new' but i’m not quite sure.

Q: Which band would you love to made a cover version of?
I’d really love to make a cover of any Elliott Smith song but we don’t rehearsal frequently so we don’t really have time to make covers, we’re always focused on new songs, also i’d really like to make a 2Pac cover.

Q: What´s the plans for future….
Release ‘Soft Drugs’ ASAP maybe at the end of february i think and then touring, not like a real tour but i want to play more shows around the country this year.

Q: Any parting words?
A: Can i borrow a feeling?
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https://hexagrams.bandcamp.com/album/soft-drugs-incomplete
https://www.facebook.com/hexagramsband




terça-feira, 27 de janeiro de 2015

Dopesmoker with Tolchock - An Interview



Psych japonês barra pesadíssima agora no TBTCI.

Tolchock é o nome da fritação que praticamente domina as ações físicas e mentais quando se é submetido a audição de seu poderoso Ep After Fog Open.

Delírios, alucinações e demais sintomas são absorvidos pela mente após sessões ininterruptas deste artefato poderoso que pode causar vício eminente aos ouvintes. 

Recomendado para tratamentos diversos de corpo, mente e alma, com sérias restrições de vertigens e demais efeitos colaterais.

Definitivamente não recomendado a indie kids.


***** Interview with Tolchock *****


Q. When did Tolchock started, tell us about the history...
I met Shoko (drummer) at the art university in 2012. I was studying film and she was studying sculpture there. One day, when I was walking around the campus, I heard crazy metal crush sound from somewhere and there was Shoko banging iron with a hammer. I asked her to play music together. That was winter in 2012.

Q: Who are your influences?
The Velvet Underground Black Sabbath

Q. Make a list of 5 albuns of all time…

Closer: Joy devision
Dopesmoker: Sleep
Tago Mago: Can
Red Road: Haunted Leather
Dauphin love: Conan Mockasin

Q. How do you feel playing live?
We feel like we are meditating while playing live.

Q. How do you describe Tolchock sounds?
Middle drone music to make ourselves feel comfortable and chilled.


Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
We did everything by ourselves in a recording studio.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
We recommend Scattered Purgatory from Taiwan. Scattered Purgatory is a great drone band. We did Taiwan tour together last year. It was an amazing experience.

Q: Which band would you love to made a cover version of?
Black Sabbath

Q: What´s the plans for future....
We just finished recording for our new album! Excited to let it out soon. And, we are planning for Europe Tour this year!

Q: Any parting words?
Hope you'll enjoy our new album!
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https://tolchock-psy.bandcamp.com/releases
https://soundcloud.com/tolchock-psyjp
https://www.facebook.com/psytolchock



In The Shower with Homeshake - An Interview



Jogo rápido, uma Q/A com Peter Sagar sobre seu projeto solo Homeshake. O cara gravava com Mac de Marco, mas seu projeto solo se mostra muito mais bacana do que podemos pensar.

Um exercício de lo-fi jazz experimental é o In The Shower sem último trabalho mostra. Umas pitadas de Jad Fair e Half Japonese percorrem o trabalho do Homeshake dando um charme singular no disco.

Interessantíssimo pra momentos desapego xiita. Vale muito a audição.


***** Interview with Homeshake *****




Q. When did Homeshake started, tell us about the history...
1- After I moved to Montreal from my hometown I changed my pseudonym and then it became real

Q: Who are your influences?
2- Anything with deep deep bass

Q. Make a list of 5 albuns of all time…
3- I couldn't possibly choose only five

Q. How do you feel playing live?
4- I usually feel a little shy and weird, especially if I'm playing by myself

Q. How do you describe Homeshake sounds?
5- My depression into headphones


Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
6- For the last album I went into the studio with my friend Mike and we would record a few songs here or there, scattered between my touring schedule which was extremely busy at the time.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
7- Jerry Paper, EOLA, Andy Boay, Walter TV, The Mild High Club, Brazilian Money, Unblonde, Silk Rhodes

Q: Which band would you love to made a cover version of?
8- I really want to find a Madonna song I can cover but covers are hard

Q: What´s the plans for future....
9- Finished a new record coming out spring time, going to play some shows

Q: Any parting words?
10- Thanks for listening!
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http://sinderlyn.com/homeshake-2/
https://homeshake.bandcamp.com/album/in-the-shower

Cigarette in Your Bed with Wildhoney - An Interview

Uma das mais promissoras bandas surgidas no ano passado com o ep Seventeen Forever, debuta agora com seu álbum cheio Sllep Through It que desponta apesar da precocidade do início ainda deste 2015 que promete, como um dos já belíssimos discos lançados no ano.

Uma deliciosa viagem adentrando os caminhos escancarados nos 90´s pelas guitar bands, shoegazers, dreampoppers e todas as possibilidades que aqueles meninos que hoje são referência pra muita gente.

O Wildhoney seduz em sua estreia, vocais cândidos, melodias pegajosas e envolventes, guitarras estridentes em alguns momentos, já em outros hipnóticas e delirantes, um disco daqueles de se ouvir repetidamente por dias.

Numa era que tudo é consumido extremamente rapidamente, o Wildhoney nos brinda com Sleep Through It que tem aquele apelo, aquele charme de se ficar idolatrando durante horas, dias e vai lá saber durante quanto tempo, um álbum sublime.


***** Interview with Wildhoney *****



Q. When did Wildhoney started, tell us about the history...
Wildhoney formed in late 2011, aiming to write pop songs with the energy and malcontent of hardcore punk, but without its entrenched masculinity.

Q: Who are your influences?
Sonically we are influenced by Cocteau Twins,The Wake, Broadcast, Field Mice, Joy Division, Blur, Neu, Medicine, Brian Eno, The Crystals, The Tammys and The Cardigans.

Q. Make a list of 5 albums of all time…
This will just reflect my personal taste
1. Blur - 13
2. Fiona Apple - When The Pawn
3. My Blood Valentine - You Made Me Realise
4. Bonnie Prince Billy - Master and Everyone
5. Cocteau Twins - Heaven or Las Vegas

Q. How do you feel playing live?
Just always trying to let go, and get lost in the music for that 25 minutes. Shutting everything else out.


Q. How do you describe Wildhoney sounds?
Loud pop music, that is a refection of our collective anxiety.

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs?
Recording is a stressful thing when you are doing the basic tracking, but mostly we record live, then add layers later, then finish with vocals. My favorite part is mixing, where everything starts to come together, you can mess with effects, panning, phasing....that to me is where its really interesting and gets very artistic.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended
Romantic States, Boy Spit, Expert Alterations, Smoke Bellow, Crimson Wave, Big Hush, Wume, Bummed, Funeral Advantage, Katherine.

Q: Which bands would you love to make a cover version of?
1. The Cardigans - Rise and Shine
2. Cocteau Twins - In Our Angelhood
3. The Field Mice - If You Need Someone
4. The Tammy's - Egyptian Shumba
5. Discharge - Drunk With Power

Q: What´s the plan for the future....
Recording a new EP with Gary Olson in NYC, he has recorded Literature, Crystal Stilts, Frankie Rose and Ladybug Transistor. Full US tour in May/June and hopefully Europe in the Fall, then LP2.

Q. Any parting words?
LP "Sleep Through It" out on Deranged Records/Forward Records Jan 20th! Listen to Ann Peebles LP I Can't Stan The Rain, it rules!
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https://wildhoneysound.bandcamp.com/album/seventeen-forever
https://soundcloud.com/gordon-dufresne/sets/wildhoney
https://www.facebook.com/wildhoneysound

segunda-feira, 26 de janeiro de 2015

Homesick with Miserable - An Interview



Kristina Esfandiari é a garota por trás do Miserable, e sua estreia o Ep Dog Days é magistal, deslumbrante e coloque o adjetivo que mais lhe for conveniente porque o disco é genial.

Um shoegazer em baixa rotação, nuances de Mazzy Star, MBV e outros tantos poderão servir de guia, mas Kristina criou um ep único, com extrema melancolia as quatro músicas vão adentrando aos poros de forma avassaladora.

Um trabalho grandioso que a credencia como uma das grandes promessas para este 2015. Aguardamos ansiosamente o debute.

***** Interview with Miserable *****



Q. When did Miserable start, tell us about the history.
Miserable started in 2013. I've released a split with Grey Zine and two EPs for Miserable: Halloween Dream and Dog Days. I am currently working on a full length.

http://runforcoverrecords.bandcamp.com/album/miserable-grey-zine-split-7

http://miserablegrl.bandcamp.com/album/dog-days

http://thenativesound.bandcamp.com/album/halloween-dream-ep

Q: Who are your influences?
Bruce Springsteen, Robert Smith, Jason Pierce, Justin Broadrick, James Allen.

Q. Make a list of 5 albuns of all time…
The Cure - Disintegration
Spiritualized - Ladies And Gentlemen...
Jesu - Silver
Glasvegas - Euphoric Heartbreak
Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska

Q. How do you feel playing live?
Like I finally understand why I am alive.


Q. How do you describe Miserable sounds?
Tragic.

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
I hear songs in my head and I try to the best of my ability to get these sounds into the recordings. It's challenging but I guess it wouldn't be human otherwise.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
Funeral Advantage, Foie Gras & Mother Room.

Q: Which band would you love to made a cover version of?
Glasvegas or Bruce Springsteen.

Q: What´s the plan for the future?
Put out as much music as possible. Hope it sees folks through good and bad days. Travel the world. Share my music with the world.

Q: Any parting words?
Don't let other people tell you who or what you are. Only you can answer that question. You can be whoever the fuck you want to be. Believe in yourself first and others will follow.
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https://miserablegrl.bandcamp.com/album/dog-days
https://www.facebook.com/miserablegrl

Ghost Riders with Frankie Teardrop Dead - An Interview



Algumas coisas acontecem sem maiores explicações, simplesmente acontecem e não há como fugir ou negar. Foi exatamente o que aconteceu durante uma das muitas pesquisas feitas pelo TBTCI dentro do submundo dos bons sons, quando eis que do nada dei de cara com um nome - Frankie Teardrop Dead - simplesmente genial, remetendo a clássica e assustadora canção do Suicide de seu primeiro e essencial álbum. Não teve como eu não me submeter a audição. E o resultado? Chapação!!!

V.U., Suicide, BJM, Spacemen 3, experimentações e acidez permeiam a sonoridade dos caras. Nada oficial ainda lançado, digo ainda porque o debute esta para vir ao mundo, "Better than some, Worse than others" é o nome do que esta por vir. As demos e algumas músicas em vídeos espalhados pela web dão o gostosinho do que vira.

Fritação, piração, ao melhor estilo Anton Newcombe, é muito provável que o debute do Frankie Teardrop Dead torne-se álbum de cabeceira, simplesmente assim, sem maiores explicações, como deve ser.


***** Interview with Frankie Teardrop Dead *****


Q. When did Frankie Teardrop Dead started, tell us about the history...
A. We started back in 2011, with 8 band members, 5 songs and 1 cover... There was no real plans at first, just wanted to play music with some friends, more of a punk approach.

Q: Who are your influences?
A. We try and take influences from everywhere, we listen to a wide range of music from Steve Reich to Spaceman 3. From sounds and lyrics from Roxy Music to drones and beats from Suicide.

Q. Make a list of 5 albums of all time…
A. Hard to limit ourselves to 5...
Brian Wilson-Smile
The Velvet Underground-Self-titled
Roxy Music-72
John Lennon-Mind Games
Brian Jonestown Massacre-Give it back

Q. How do you feel playing live?
A. Depends what we are on if you know what i mean.

Q. How do you describe Frankie Teardrop Dead sounds?
A. We always say "band music" whenever we get asked that question but that is pretty vague... so sometimes psychedelic, sometimes blues, sometimes shoe-gaze, we always try and experiment with different sounds, not limiting ourselves.

Q. Tell us about the process of recording the songs?
A. Its very free form, always different, most of our songs have come from jams, a real collective effort. We started off in our bedroom in a grim warehouse in North London and have progressed to a nicer warehouse in East London, we record, mix everything ourselves. It could take us a day to record a whole song or could take up to a couple of weeks, every song has been different so far.



Q. Which new bands do you recommended? 
A.We haven't seen many new bands that we really like since we have been gigging but the 2 that always spring to mind are: Orphans and Vandals Colourmasks Both of them very underrated, they deserve more credit.

Q: Which band would you love to make a cover version of?
A.We don't really believe in covers if you have your own songs but when we did first start out we didn't have enough songs for our first gig so we did a cover of a cover... It was "Im Free" by the Soup Dragons, by The Rolling Stones.

Q: What´s the plans for future....
A. We have our 1st album on vinyl coming out in a few weeks titled "Better than some, Worse than others" released by an independent London based label called "Unit 8 Studios" and we are trying to finish the 2nd album ready to come out in Spring/Summer. Lots of gigs around the UK hopefully and there is talk of touring in France.

Q: Any parting words?
A.Turn on, Tune in, Drop out. Peace
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https://www.facebook.com/frankieteardropdead

Star Power with Later - An Interview




Da Itália vem a one man band sob a alcunha de Later, uma paulada curta, grossa e rápida encharcada de fuzz, distorções, barulheira preguiçosa lo-fi e com um apetite furioso em compor e gravar seus registros, sejam singles, eps, álbuns, o que for, o Later tem uma enorme discografia, toda amparada pelos adjetivos barulhentos que se preza em um lo-fi top.

Mais uma vez a Itália nos brinda com uma beleza. Ótima trilha sonora pra um role de skate.



***** Interview with Later *****


Q. When did Later started, tell us about the history...
1- later is a home solo project.i started recording stuff with this moniker in 1995/96 circa.the idea was and still is to record tunes in the easiest way trying to keep the primal "feeling" of the tunes,regardless of the quality of sounds...or even defacing it.

Q: Who are your influences?
2 - i'm into a lot of music but the ones i believe have changed my mind are surely punk and noise in their various forms from pop to hardcore.. but i also love jazz and thrash metal!

Q. Make a list of 5 albuns of all time…
3 - (this is the hardest question) so i'd say:

einsturzende neubauten - kollaps
sonic youth - evol my
bloody valentine - loveless
dead kennedys - fresh fruit for rotting vegetables
the cure - pornography

but the list should be of 100 albums at least!

Q. How do you feel playing live?
4 - i've never played live the Later songs.it's a domestic project.i play live with my bands which are St1ven S1gal and Thee Loyal Wankers.

Q. How do you describe Later sounds?
5 - i usually i describe it as "lo-fi pop noise" but i always thought that labels sucks and everyone describe the music the way he feels it and compare with the other sounds he knows.

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
}6 - it's very simple! i find a melody or a riff or a noise and then record the rest.it's a very fast process.usually it takes about 15-20 mins to write and record a song,just because i don't take 'em as "songs" but tunes.


Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
7 - i must be honest: i'm a music archeologist! i'd prefer to search and listen bands backwards in the past than forward.but some new bands i really appreciate are the shoegazers ringo deathstarr and a place to bury strangers...

Q: Which band would you love to made a cover version of?
8 - i've recorded a lot of covers,but just for fun! on my bandcamp you can listen something of spacemen 3,sonic youth,guided by voices,ultravox,beatles etc...

Q: What´s the plans for future....
9 - my plans is to keep playing and recording everything i have in mind and put it online for free,as i always did.

Q: Any parting words?
10 - thank you Renato...as my beloved band yatsura sing : "take a stand, make a plan,form a gang, a lo-fi band!" come find me at www.laterplan9.bandcamp.com bye!
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Later
www.laterplan9.bandcamp.com

domingo, 25 de janeiro de 2015

Machine Gun with Aerial Love Feed - An Interview


Uma das mais cultuadas bandas da segunda geração shoegazer o Aerial Love Feed em 2000 lançou seu debute, um dos principais álbuns daquela época, no sentido de resistir ao "enfraquecimento" da sonoridade, todavia, um álbum fundamental que influenciaria uma nova e gigantesca geração que viria depois e logicamente que tornaria-se o que vivenciamos atualmente.

Claramente influencia por Slowdive e MBV, principalmente em seus momentos mais experimentais, mesclando o shoegazer clássico com as experimentações dançantes e mais viajantes, o Aerial Love Feed permanece na ativa e em breve novos lançamentos deverão vir a tona.

Um verdadeiro momento fundamental nas páginas do TBTCI que passa a história do sheogazing sound a limpo.

Sras e Srs Aerial Love Feed.


***** Interview with Aerial Love Feed *****




When did Aerial Love Feed starts tell us about the history…
I moved to NYC in 1997. I had a handful of songs I had written, and I was looking to start a shoegaze specific style band. There wasn't any specific shoegaze bands currently in the NYC scene, so I thought we had a decent chance of making an impact. The band formed through Craigslist, and we were off and running. It took awhile to find the right group, drummers, and bassists in particularly. Eventually, we had a set full of songs, and a small following. The Strokes and other NYC acts starting making NYC a very popular place to play and be heard again. Interpol used to open for us, we were doing the shoegaze thing, and bands were coming up on the scene, Stellarstarr, Asobi Seksu, A place to bury strangers. Needless to say, I think prior to 2000, many labels liked our buzz, but didn't believe in shoegaze still, and we also had issues trying to record a proper record and getting the sound we wanted. We probably recorded a full lengthrecord four times, and the ep was the best thing that demonstrated our sound sonically. We had done the ep with Keith Cleversley from Flaming Lips/Colfax Abby fame. As years rolled on, I began getting more and more heavily influenced by bands like Primal Scream, Brian Eno, and Echo and the Bunnymen, my writing Was maturing, my voice, and I was interested in more of a dirtier, and more electronic focused sound. By then, we decided(probably not for the wise)to change our name to Rockethouse. Under Rockethouse, we finally recorded a proper record, although probably lost some fans along the way as we not only changed our name, but dropped some of the shoegaze tunes off. I think we were still a little ahead of the time with our sound, as we didn't sound like the generic Strokes, yeah yeah yeahs, NYC bands, and we had more of a british sound to us. We toured, wrote, and put out a second record with a Japan label. I ended up moving out of NYC, and things were just becoming dull around 2007. The last four years or so I have been writing and recording stuff for a solo record and television projects. I started to take time out and rerecord all of our songs and wanted to finally put out something historically that demonstrated what AERIAL LOVE FEED stood for. I wanted the songs to be heard, especially now with the shoegaze resurgence.

Q: Who are your influences?
Slowdive, Echo and the bunnymen, The Chameleons, Ladytron, The house of love, Catherine wheel, Adorable, My bloody Valentine

Q. Made a list of 5 albuns of all time…
Slowdive-souvlaki
Mbv-loveless
Electrafixion-burned
Primal Scream-Exterminator
Ladytron-Velocifero

Q. How do you feel playing live?
Excited, nervous, pumped

Q. How do you describe Aerial Love Feed´s sounds?
Our sounds are hypnotic, ethereal, and poppy. I always intended to have guitars that sounded like synths, huge beats, and echoed vocals. We used to describe it as pop songs with an ethereal wall of sound and jeep beats


Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
The current release was done in a home studio. I tracked the basic formula of the songs as I always heard them in my head. I recorded our bassist, and put down all of the guitars and vocals in the studio. Mixed and mixed, and mixed.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
Fmlybnd Blackbird Blackbird Empire of the Sun

Still love Beach house and the Go Team

Q: Which bands you love to made a cover version?
Anyone really...

Q: What´s the plans for future....
Another record, touring..

Q: Any parting words?
ahead of our time, but years too late..
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https://soundcloud.com/aerial-love-feed
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aerial-Love-Feed

sábado, 24 de janeiro de 2015

Café Bleu with Allie´s Dope - An Interview



Pegue a classe, a elegância e o requinte de Paul Weller e seu Style Council e imagine sendo misturado com a class of 86 e acrescente um pouco de Ride, fase Goiing Black Again.

A química seria o surgimento do Allie´s Dope, italianos em busca da canção perfeita. O duo Allie´s Dope acabou de debutar com o ep Beauteous há questão de quatro dias atrás, um belíssimo início pros caras.

Canções ensolaradas e para elevar o bem estar, e o futuro começa a brilhar pros caras.


***** Interview with Allie´s Dope *****


Q. When did Allie´s Dope started, tell us about the history...
(Davide speaking) Well, we have a quite strange plot..at the very beginning the band was born as b-side project..I already had another band but at that time I felt the desire of not be anchored anymore to the music I’ve always been binded to. I mean, the background was hard rock, blues and so on..I was 18 more or less and suddently that happened. What I partly denied in the past turned out to be my main source of inspiration. So I started getting closer to what we call “indie rock”, closer to new wave bands, psychedelia and experimental music..and of course I discovered shoegaze. This happened to me but let me explain something about my fellows: when we started we were a four piece band and more folk oriented, even all the influences above mentioned where there. Lorenzo Gaibazzi was at the drums, and Lucy Rose Eviston our singer. After embracing totally the idea of changing our music Alessandro and I decided to go on with the project without them. We still are good friends. So I found myself playing the guitar, singing and using a drum machine, while Alessandro had a lot to do with his guitar to fill our sound. Playing as a duo can be really difficult, but when it works..it’s pure magic.

Q: Who are your influences?
We both grew up with hard rock, that’s it. From Whitesnake to Def Leppard, Scorpions and so on..we both are jazz and blues lovers (Chet Baker, Robert Johnson, Django Reinhardt, Bill Evans, Jim Hall, Miles Davis and many more) ..and sometimes this influence comes up in our music. Now, speaking of me I’m more into alternative music, from classic indie rock (Arctic Monkeys, The strokes) to stoner (QOTSA), darkwave such as The Cult, early indie bands like The Smiths. I’m also into King Crimson, David Bowie, Tocotronic, Style council and Paul Weller. Last but not least shoegaze/dream pop/krautrock (My bloody valentine, Ride, JAMC, Slowdive, TOY, Faust). I also like to bring in our music electro stuff (mainly the drums)..so why not name stuff like Washed out and Neon indians. Alessandro is instead a huge John Mayer and John Butler fan! He enjoys The Maccabees, TDCC and Black Keys! You see these are very different musicians, but we can find a path as we are very open.

Q. Make a list of 5 albuns of all time…
I will answer considering the music we make with Allie’s Dope rather than our own personal favourite list:

Going blank again-Ride
Souvlaki-Slowdive
Café bleu- Style council
Given to the wild-Maccabees
Lonerism-Tame Impala

Q. How do you feel playing live?
We feel just fine! That’s the best thing of all the process, the best way to express ourselves and our sounds. We always feel extremely good when we know we have a gig. We consider the fact that in our country it’s much more diffucult for us to find where to play,if we were in other countries it would be different and we’d really love to play abroad! Anyway, It’s funny because even if we do our songs the whole live is a sort of big jam between me and Alessandro..we never know what’s going to happen or when we’ll decide to finish. Playing live is for us a “conscious hallucination”.

Q. How do you describe Allie´s Dope sounds?
Let’s say something funny: if Pat Metheny would make love with The Maccabees Allie’s Dope would be the baby. Ah and Bill Frisell would be the uncle! No, seriously, we’re melodic and atmospheric, sometimes more noisey, sometimes more surfy.

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
Our process is a continuous exchange of ideas. It starts out from a jam or a personal idea. Then we build up the rest. For recordings, we choose the songs among a bunch of tunes that we wrote and that we consider suitable to record. Everything is basically set, however we often change something during the recordings..that’s why we love this experience..the production of our songs goes beyond the basic structure and adding fiils to that particular song..we’re a lot into improvisation without fixed rules. Some takes are bad, but others..big moments! We consider recording as a creative tool, not only a way to fix and crystallize a song that you made.


Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
First of all My invisible friends! They’re our friends and we live in the same town. We also shared a concert together, and I hope we will do that again! They released awesome psych-shoegaze stuff! Check ‘em out! Another band I would like to mention is Man is not a bird..nice music!

Q: Which band would you love to made a cover version of?
It would be interesting to take a jazzy song that we love and play it in our own style..we did so in the past but we’d love to do that more consciously in order to give a real shape to a cover with our style. Maybe a dreamy/ambient sounding tune from Bill Frisell would sound good..

Q: What´s the plans for future....
Our goal would be playing shows in other countries..small venues, maybe..which we really appreciate. We know it’s not easy but we like to know new people and realities..and playing abroad would be the best. For now, the main plan consists in promoting our debut Ep and play where we can..we will by the way continue to write new stuff for whatever the future brings and for our gigs.

Q: Any parting words?
Buy our Ep if you want to support us and if you find yourselves into our tunes!
We keep dreaming with you all..a bit of luck to everyone
and be curious! Thanks
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https://alliesdope.bandcamp.com
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Allies-Dope

sexta-feira, 23 de janeiro de 2015

Celia´s Dream with Intenna - An Interview



A Indonésia tem um tino para nos agraciar com criações etéreas de ótima qualidade, vide Sharesprings e principalmente uma beleza chamada Jellybelly que já passou pelas páginas do TBTCI lá nos primórdios.

Agora mais uma vez seguindo a tendência, outra beleza etérea a chegar nestas páginas é o Intenna que a pouco soltou um split ao lado do Guttersnipe, as duas canções a cargo do Intenna seguem os ensinamentos do Slowdive, ambientações lentas e melancólicas envoltas a um poderoso e triste wall of sound.

O Intenna além deste spli ainda fará parte de uma compilação a ser lançado no início de fevereiro em parceria pelas gravadoras Ear to Ear e Gerpfast Kolektif, que faz um bom apanhado da nova safra shoegazer, incluindo os brasileiros Duelectrum e Robsongs.

O fato é que o Intenna é perfeito para embalar seus sonhos.

***** Interview with Intenna *****


Q. When did Intenna started, tell us about the history...
A: Hi there.. Intenna started 5 years ago, in November 2009, when two dropped out college student shares their common favorite and their experiences in music. At that time, Antok and Obing were still a member in two different hiatus group, Result Unknown and Eboni & Ivory. The hiatus of their groups make them start over new again, as one group. Obing and Henry also has a plan to formed a band, then Obing introduce Antok to Henry. Antok ask Pugud to play bass before they decide looking for a female vocalist. Oming is the latest member who joined Intenna in a couple weeks after. Henry was the one who offered her to fill vocal sound on this band. Little Miss Sunshine and Dansa Hujan then became our two first songs on that year.

Q: Who are your influences?
A: Each of us has our own influences. As a shoegaze musician, you can obviously mention My Bloody Valentine, Cocteau Twins, Slowdive, or even M83. But there’s also other influences. Not just on artistic dimension, but also on ideology and attitude on stage. So we have a variant list. Not only a musician, but also a writer, visual artist, activist, dancer, even books. Our friends, our family, they are always our inflluences. And we sure, we are influencing each other.

Q. Make a list of 5 albums of all time…
A: Efek Rumah Kaca (self titled),
M83 - Before The Dawn Heals Us,
Sonic Youth – Washing Machine,
Radiohead – Amnesiac ,
The milo- Let me begins

Q. How do you feel playing live?
A: Live performance on stage brings a lot of challenges to us as a band. We have to deal with nervous, technical issues, and audience. But we love it.

Q. How do you describe Intenna´s sounds?
A: On the first, especially on Little Miss Sunshine and Dansa Hujan, we sounds like a child who love to share her/his stories. But later on, it change. Now, we sounds like a child who shout out her/his concern innocently. We always love layered guitar sounds, spacey and dreamy modulated reverbs, sometimes we add harsh fuzzy noises with steady beat of 90’s alternative music.


Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs?
We rent a studio we'd love, make an appointment with the engineer and then we start to record, sometimes after some rehearsal. We're not hiring a producer, we just want to create music on our own.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended
A: Theory of Discoustic, Sharesprings, Marche La Void and Senyawa they all from Indonesia.

Q: Which bands would you love to make a cover version of?
A: Rumah Sakit and Slowdive

Q: What´s the plan for the future....
A: We really want to go overseas. Such as Japan. Maybe next year or two years later. Our short-term plan is release our first album on 2015 and have a Java Promo Tour. Eight songs have been recorded recently for it. We need three more to complete it. Hopefully we can finish it on time.

Q: Any parting words?
A: Alon-Alon asal Kelakon (Slowly but surely) this is the paraphrase in our culture that we always do it in slowly but the intense on doing it. we hope that we can always do what ever we like to do... and once again thanks for listening intenna music
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Transharmonic Nights with OLMS - An Interview



Eletrônica com tendências darks e minimais, Fad Gadget, Kraftwerk, Xymox, são os fantamas que assombram a sonoridade do OLMS, um projeto que segundo seu criador e seu próprio assassino, Denis Hudson nasceu, cresceu fez de sua música hits potenciais para pistas escuras e esfumaçadas e sucumbiu ao seu criador.

Fica a história relatada na entrevista para o TBTCI.

Se estivéssemos nos 80´s o OLMS seria muito mais admirado, uma pena.



***** Interview with OLMS *****


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Q. When did OLMS started, tell us about the history..
Q1: Olms started around early 2011 as a folk project. as I experimented with sounds it slowly became electronic ambient music with influences from Dada noise and Musique concrete.

Q: Who are your influences?
Q2: My primary influences for OLMS were german bands like Tangerine dream, Kraftwerk and a lot of progrock bands like Manfred Manns earth band and King Crimson but as I became more interested in synthesizers I dug out my dads New Order casettes and started listening to Joy division, Clan of Xymox and The frozen autumn. "chriality" by The Frozen Autumn convinced me to make Darkwave.

Q. Made a list of 5 albuns of all time…
q3: My favorite albums of all time are probably Phaedra by tangerine dream, 20 jazzfunk greats by throbbing gristle,Transharmonic Nights by Peter Baumann, Under The Flag by Fad Gadget and GOLD by ABBA.

Q. How do you feel playing live?
4: I love playing live. more so now than I did about two years ago. since I no longer play as OLMS I feel like I can really let myself go loose. It's funny because some of my performances have really freaked people out, like one time I vomited water on stage and clawed at my own skin til I was bleeding. I really like performing though, it's a good catharsis from the mundane life of the American midwest.

Q. How do you describe OLMS´s sounds?
Q5: how would I describe OLMS is a good question. Honestly OLMS had a lot of different sounds and style to it. I guess with OLMS I just really really had no clue what I was doing and sort of made it on accident. OLMS was a happy accident as Bob Ross would say.


Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
q6: OLMS initially was recorded on a lot of software. I couldn't afford a synth so I did what I could to make it. I did use a lot of casette looping and found sounds though. but honestly, OLMS was computer music, not really because I wanted to take the easy method, but because it was all I could afford.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended? q6: I don't listen to a lot of new bands to be completely honest. I think today's darkwave/post punk scene is really homogenized. I'm honestly sick of people trying to sound like joy division. hell, I hate the monochrome shopping mall aesthetic. really, there's just an overall lack of creativity I see. I REALLY love Equinoxous and a local act called frost biter that uses looper pedals and analogue synths. really cool stuff. Josh Tanner is another local act who makes what I could describe as industrial pop. I've been listening to a lot of powernoise lately and I have a friend whos got a project called Silent Heretic and I'm also into another local act called marital vows and another called 5starhotel. other than High Functioning Flesh and Foetus, I haven't really been listening to as much synth music as of recent.

Q: Which bands you love to made a cover version?
q7: I've covered The Normal, Joy Division, New order, ect. they were all fun but I have no covers in mind right now.

Q: What´s the plans for future....
q8: I have no plans for OLMS at all. OLMS is dead. as for my other work I'm just gonna keep making music. I actually have a minimal/industrial techno project on the way so look out for that.

Q: Any parting words?
q9: Keep your eyes peeled for a project called Scalper and The Cudgel
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http://olms.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/glowingolms

A Strangely Isolated Place. with Auralscapes - An Interview



Rob Smith é a mente que constrói os delírios sonoros do Auralscapes seu projeto paralelo e de sua banda oficial o Soundwavves.

Enquanto o Soundwavves é mais shoegazer e psicodélico navegando em terrenos alucinógenos e delirantes, o Auralscapes caminho de forma mais hipnótica e celestial em ambientações feitas para flutuar em sonhos.

Acenda seu cigarro, ou encha seu copo e sintonize-se em conexão com outras esferas.


***** Interview with Auralscapes/Soundwavves *****


Q. When did Auralscapes/Soundwavves startded, tell us about the history...
A: Auralscapes started in 2012 as a side project from my band Soundwavves. As Soundwavves is more song driven Auralscapes is more focused on Ambient sounds and digging deeper into the sounds that make Soundwavves.

Q: Who are your influences?
A. Some of my influences are Ulrich Schnauss, Robin Guthrie, Brian Eno, Hearts of Space, Echoes and anything ambient.

Q. Made a list of 5 albuns of all time…
A: here is a list in no specific order
1. Ulrich Schnauss - A Strangely Isolated Place.
2. Steve Roach - Structures From Silence
3. Hammock - Departure Songs 4.
The Church- Priest = Aura
5. Red House Painters - Rollercoaster

Q. How do you feel playing live?
I have not performed live doing Auralscapes material but I do perform with Soundwavves. I do like to perform especially when I have a new song or songs to see how the audience reacts. So far so good haha. I don't plan to perform any Auralscapes stuff live as of now but who knows!

Q. How do you describe Auralscapes/Soundwavves´ sounds?
dreamy, spacey, drone, ambient and shoegaze


Q: Tell us about the process of recording the songs ?
A: usually Ill have an idea and if it sounds good I'll clean it up and videotape it and see what other people think.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
A. As for new bands I have not really heard too much as I've been busy working on new material for Soundwavves but when I hear something good and new ill know it.

Q: Which bands you love to made a cover version?
A: I'm not really into covering songs although I feel that way now doesn't mean I never will it just means I haven't found a song that I had to cover. Eventually I'll find a song or two to cover possibly.

Q: What´s the plans for future....
A. The future looks good as Soundwavves plans to do more shows possibly a mini tour and maybe even a new album. Nothing really planned for Auralscapes just some new videos of new pieces.

Q: Any parting words?
A. Stay true to yourself and your path of where you want to go and don't give up
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Auralscapes
https://soundcloud.com/soundwavves