I’m sure you know of the Blue Man Group. They’re stage performers with wacky mime stuff and blue paint. Yeah, they’re a pop culture institution. Sure. But did you know the Blue Man Group also put on one of the most electrifying and incredible rock shows on the planet? Their first album, 1999’s ‘Audio’, was … Continue reading 351: BLUE MAN GROUP
When trying to work out what others labelled Ioanna Gika’s music as, I seems to come across the term ‘dream pop’ a lot. I suppose that fits, but it also betrayed the deep, gothic, industrial vibes I get here. Gika’s album ‘Thalassa’ combines her ethereal vocal stylings with beautiful, poppy melodies, and synths and percussion … Continue reading 218: IOANNA GIKA
When TV on the Radio frontman Tunde Adebimpe joined forces with rapper Doseone and Mike Patton, nobody could have ever predicted the form it would take. Electronic, hip hop, experimental, pop, a bit of rock, and a whole slew of other sounds - but a wonderfully unique and thrilling project. There’s really no straightforward and … Continue reading 196: NEVERMEN
Chelsea Wolfe is a singular artist with incredible songwriting abilities and an even more incredible voice. Whichever genres she turns her attention to are electrified by her talent and reworked and combined into entirely new and exciting sounds.
Corpe-Mente is perhaps more mellow than some related bands but labelling them as such is disingenuous. This is a dynamic, glorious, curious venture into a trap-infused, stunningly peculiar, rock opera of otherworldly impact.
Rïcïnn is the art of someone unfettered by expectation or convention. Instead, we are transported to an ethereal place where opera, electronica, and the extreme are entwined and augmented, and there are no genres, only an experience.