Wednesday, April 28, 2010
My their Myspace:
As taken from their Myspace:
Maze: Stream of Consciousness rock band. Was born in nothingness, follow the consciousness of the slurry into the illusion of hidden whirlpool. Low vision, sound from a nuclear explosion like jumping into instant turmoil, all the dim sound of bursting after the burst of agitation in the given rise to redness of the skin, or in the icy silence of the steel strings, echo in the mountains between all the poetic depths of the sea to kill the moment.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Thursday, April 15, 2010
This upcoming and a crowd a favourite band in Wuhan started out as a Britpop influenced band in 2004 and has undergone several changes. The band’s interest slowly changed to the howling wall of Post-Rock noise and melody and thus settled on this very sound in late 2006. Since, then they have extensively toured the east coast and have received widespread attention and public recognition. They finally released their highly-anticipated album in early 2008 and have been regarded as the pioneers of the new wave of Post-Rock bands in China.
The jangly, self recorded ramblings of Brooklyn’s Dustin Payseur, Beach Fossils offers hauntingly catchy tunes that blend the energy of an impulsive road trip with the melodious wandering of a lucid dream. Sun drenched riffs, kaleidoscopic rhythms and hazy lyrics saturate Beach Fossils’ first release, the album’s carefree vibe perfectly summed up through song titles such as “Daydream,” “Vacation,” and “Lazy Day.