The New Music Friday is upon us again, and today it is with massive guitars that it welcomes us. You’ll probably regain some energy with all of this, right? Flashes.
JUMP ROPE GAZERS – THE BETHS
We really needed and wanted some rock music that smells good of warm sand and fun times. The Beths offers exactly that with their new album Jump Rope Gazers, in a garage way that we really enjoy. There’s something very DIY, pure and kind we find in singer and guitarist Elizabeth Stokes’ voice as well as in her friends’ instruments. Our favourite track? Mars, the God of War. The band from New-Zealand is vibrant and sincere with this forty-minutes album, their second one.
WHEREVER I GO, I WANT TO LEAVE – LOVE FAME TRAGEDY
We have written about him before when he released his EP, now he’s back with an LP. Love Fame Tragedy, Murph from The Wombats, is back solo with his debut album with a rather pessimistic title: Wherever I Go, I Want To Leave. Thankfully, the Englishman isn’t only pessimistic. Unexpected colours blow our minds with the fiery rhythms of My Cheating Heart. Shades of grey, Mars Black or off-white, we are blinded by them whilst we get used to electro beats (You Take the Fun out of Everything) and pop riffs (Body parts) from the hour-long album.
MON AMORCE – DIMONÉ X KURSED
When Dimoné & Kursed become partners, it sparks. Released last year, their common album, Mon Amorce, proposes decadent and catchy tracks. Among them, the fabulous Tangue. With a video just released for it everywhere, the excuse was perfect to get back to the album. From the first notes to the last, we get into a sober world that, suddenly, blows up from its passions. The audience gasps. Almost worrying, this fifth album by Dimoné has a strong wish to propose something new without betraying his style. And we get a fascinating thriller posing as a rock album.
Now Playing :
Jump Rope Gazers – The Beths
Everything Affects Me Now – Love Fame Tragedy
Tangue – Dimoné & Kursed
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