Sorry, Heels - She

Sorry, Heels were born in Frosinone (Italy) in 2010. After two self-produced EPs, “Wasted” (2013) and “Distances” (2014), their first album, “The Accuracy of Silence”, was released on the Finnish label Gothic Music Records in 2015. “She” (Shades of Sound Records/Wave Records) is their new album due out in 2021.

Various line-up changes mark a radical change in Sorry, Heels’ sound, abandoning rock standards and diverting their compositions towards electronic music, while maintaining references and sounds linked to new wave and early post-punk. “She” is imbued with dream and synth pop influences with ethereal and suffused atmospheres, it’s relaxed and sensual.

Sorry, Heels’ new album “She” is a work entirely dedicated to the love journey of a woman who faces infatuation, falling in love, disappointment and frustration. Both the lyrics and the sounds were written in an attempt to evoke all the various stages she has gone through.

Starting from infatuation (“Through the End”) through passion (“She Burns”, first single), rejection (“Something Real”), obsession (“Follow Signs” and “The Spell’s Ballad”), the loneliness of broken dreams (“My Doll’s House” and “Another Lapse”), repentance (“The Void”). And then it inexorably arrives at the acceptance that nothing will change: “The End of Desires”.

CD / Digital Album

Posted on June 26th, 2021 under Releases, , ,

Lebanon Hanover - The Last Thing

It is with great anticipation that we announce the release of LHs new Maxi Single titled “The last thing”. Luckily, Lebanon Hanover’s “Last thing” isn’t the last but the first impression of a full LP to follow later this year. Two beautifully melancholic tracks, allow us a glimpse into LHs private world of pure magic. Sonically the Single is capturing the vulnerability and at the same time the combustible energy of the duo. The enviroment remains morbidly romantic, while the distorted guitar reflects the sound of the distorted reality we live in.

Lebanon Hanover once again capture the spirit of our time, the loneliness, isolation, alienation and digital anxiety of the individual, offering us the comforting acknowledgement that there is still some deeply sensitive music out there. And that should be enough even if it would be the last thing remaining.

12″ / Digital Album

Posted on June 24th, 2021 under Releases,

SBTDOH - Kill; We Care Not

A sterling collection of clipped and broken harsh noise sentence fragments from the nether regions of the pacific northwest.

Cassette / Digital Album

Posted on June 22nd, 2021 under Releases, ,

Murena Murena - Take Care of Me

And when I took off the visor, I realized that I had nothing in my hand. No straps and no reins that I’d believed on my hands all the way down the circuit. Although I had already realized during the journey that the image of the wheel arch did not correspond to reality, I had not dared to intervene. But then somebody else had to take control! Who?

King Midas wished he could turn everything into gold. Dionysus granted him this wish: Everything that Midas touched with his hands turned into gold, including food and drink – so he threatened to starve and die of thirst. He had become a king who could no longer even take care of himself.

Things become intangible. On his 3d album “Take Care Of Me”, Murena Murena does an about-turn: his new songs are silhouette vehicles in the reverse of all traffic formulas that strive for speed and progress. You can also do it with your back on the floor, you can also go backwards! In Murena Murena’s Augmented Reality Roll, language, rhythm and harmony always turn and expand in the opposite direction. The direction we / they came from.

If the idea of ​​a monoposto was to replace the front passenger with a rear-view mirror, and from then on to let the driver run the distance forwards and backwards in the driver’s eye, then you can also carry out a U-turn while sitting on a chair with eyes painted on the lids. A mandrill will quickly become the Sphinx. And a hawk moth sees just as much as a fire bug.

Dry sump lubrication in the box: camshafts driven by a spur gear cascade ensure additional turbulence of the helium mist in the crankcase through their rotary motion. Of course, that’s hard to believe. Gone, the wet sump lubrication of „Shame Over„! You, listener, now have to grab the ropes yourself and perform wave-like movements, pull the ropes and let them pop. If your eyes go black, you have both hands free again.

CD / Digital Album

Posted on June 20th, 2021 under Releases, ,

Mode in Gliany - Mutisme de la Joie

Between cold wave, minimal synth and post punk, electronic and something else, Mode in Gliany is the project of Boris Völt from Rennes, France.

Digital Album

Posted on June 18th, 2021 under Releases,