A trio of oud players, they invite you on a very atmospheric mental journey. Thanks, M.K., for the hint.
This latest retrowave album by d.notive shows shows some musical evolution without revolution. Nevertheless a very pleasant soundscape without too much ducking, something I always approve of.
A master of 80s-style synth and horror film score-type music. Makes you feel young again. If that’s the decade you grew up in, that is.
Glitch and sample arranger extraordinaire Igorrr is probably well-known in the scene, but maybe not anywhere else.
There’s an article in the NZZ, containing long stretches of “this Swiss guy is cool, because he knows this other guy that is also cool and also Swiss”, which is a bit dubious, at least to me, but it never the less shines historical light on some people in Switzerland making music that actually is interesting.
I’m not quite sure where to put the band, the sound has elements of 90s melodic death metal, but also some death’n’roll and progressive. Some of the songs have a longish buildup that reminds me almost of Altar of Plagues, then there are bits that seem almost like Swallow the Sun. Anyway, it’s probably safe to say it’s metal!
Very 80s, very Last Ninja. You’re a cop. You’re on a stakeout. Night driving. Mirror sunglasses. Rain-slick pitch black streets. Paper cups full of coffee. Soft chatter on the police radio, but you don’t notice. A night of surveillance. Your replacement gets here. Cruise along the beach driveway into the sunrise. Yeah.
More by Irving Force available from Bandcamp.
Mongolian folk metal. Can be purchased directly from their Bandcamp page.
If Bohren & der Club of Gore made a completely acoustic album, this could somewhat be what it might sound like. Doom Jazz indeed. Thanks TBB for the hint.
A Russian doomish-progressive band with various folk influences and a fun Russian accent. Buy their stuff on Bandcamp.