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Carcassette

Carcassette

Carcassette is not music to relax to. It doesn’t fall easily into any category since it cross-pollenates electronica with styles normally associated with ‘real’ instruments- rock, soul, funk- even country music. The aim is always to create something fresh and challenging to the listener, employing a writing technique which is closer to the linear approach […]

Jobriath Bowie Balcony

Jobriath Bowie Balcony

Jobriath The Song by David Bowie, not The band Balcony is probably most infamous for its free upload song “Jobriath” attributed to David Bowie, Scott Walker, Nick Cave, David Sylvian and fk knows who else. “Jobriath” was uploaded by a well meaning fan who thought it would generate interest and it did, along with making […]

Stiv LeStar

Stiv LeStar

A Wizard A True Star?   Stiv LeStar has described his music as ( jokingly?) Hall and Oates meets Ziggy Stardust, a glam rock absurdest with a love of Gamble and Huff soul music. Taking a cue from the psychedelic soul bands of the 1960s, 1970s, Stiv LeStar’s influences range from Stevie Wonder “Talking Book”, Earth […]

Mont Records sonic reduction

Mont Records sonic reduction

Online Music Mont Records Mont Records is an online label dedicated to the promotion and exposure of new music. In this instance, the word ‘new’ must be taken literally. It doesn’t mean ‘recently-formed new bands recycling a style of music which has already been heard many times before’. It means: something fresh, something exciting and […]

new alternative music

new alternative music

New Alternative Music Alternative music has taken a bash since the 1990s styles of grunge industrial psycobilly rock house music and all round creative spree that was pretty cool. From nirvana to NIN to the cramps, London suede, Pulp brit pop Seattle rock  808 state and hundreds of other neat bands, music, fashion, lifestyle. Where […]

seacon

seacon

Seacon’s music, pastoral beauty from the middlelands uk. Nick Drake broken earth meets David Sylvian beehive from one of Britain’s freak folk lost sons. Seacon is a downbeat 70s jazzy druggy acoustic scenario with homage to Seacon’s Birmingham UK past. Times drinking in county pubs in Henly in Arden next to Nick Drake’s Warwickshire spells […]