Genre: ambient, folktronica
2muchachos from Russia send us to each season an adequate soundtrack. So here, for the last summer days, two tracks on the prolific French BEKO label.
As always, light and warm coloured ambient texture …
Genre: Kosmische, Synth
Label: Ethereal Mother Tapes
Kösmonaut is a guy from Texas who dedicate his music to the German electronic pioneers like Con Schnitzler or Klaus Schulze. Berliner Schule and Kosmische Musik may have a revival nowadays. Ma …
Genre: Singer-Songwriter, Folk
Recently we (the dfbm staff^^) got the opportunity to finally see one of our favourite singers live in Leipzig. We really enjoy the music of Zachary Cale, so he was already featu …
Genre: Psych Pop
Label: The Great Pop Supplement
After a bunch of 7" The New Lines are ready to release a full album.
Lush and spacey, sixties influenced psych pop on a full lenght vinyl record, out in mid October 2011.
Genre: Surreal, Dark Folk
Label: Lynched Recordings
In December last year, we posted the Crooked Mile album by Birdengine. We were highly enthusiastic about it. A short timelater, it was removed and more than nine month later it will be finally r …
Genre: Minimal Folk laid-back guitar sound
The name of this band first reminded me of the wonderful song by The Stranglers (watch here, sorry there was only this video for the original song accept from live-versions), but the …
'Klara has a vision' by Magdalena Solis. The title refers to the character Clara from Octave Mirbeau's novel 'Le Jardin des supplices'. The video is a little ode to Mirbeau's strange and unique book, showing a sadist woman wandering through the tortu …
Genre: Folk, Piano Muzack,
Nick Castell shared a new ep with us and it follows the path of the predecessor Peter Schlemihl. Means impressionistic piano music and like on his debut, ancient sounding folk from another world.
I suppose …
Genre: Folk, American Primitive, Acoustic
Guitar music for the people who can't get enough of Fahey, Basho, Rose fingerstyle stuff.
The opener is maybe the most accessible track on this album. All other tracks feels more like studies …