New Wave Of Music #21

New month, new tunes! Enjoy and let me know what you think!

MP3: Cyclamen - Kazuuchaataru
If you were a fan of the experimental mathcore metal band Sikth, then you should like Cyclamen. Currently a one man project with a drum machine (I defy anyone to spot that straight off), they create brilliant ear splitting noise. Cyclamen

MP3: White Demin - Let's Talk About It
Hailing from Texas, USA, White Demin have recently released their debut album "Workout Holiday" from which this track is taken. They play a mixture of Blues influenced Rock and Roll which god damn dirty and I like it! White Demin

MP3: Ladyhawke - Paris Is Burning
Out on Island this week is the release of this single from Pop Electro princess Ladyhawke. It's really infectious and although it should be annoying it's just got a certain element that makes it hard not to be liked. Ladyhawke

MP3: The Black Ghosts - Repetition Kills You
This track is taken from the debut self titled album which is out next week through Southern Fried. It's like 80's pop music given a 2008 electro update. I'm not quite sold on the LP as an entire body of work yet though. The Black Ghosts

Released a couple of months ago on Grooved Music, this is a dirty mashed up slice of electronic House music. Heavyfeet are a duo from Manchester I believe, who seem to be quickly rising up the ranks of Dance music. Geoff K / Heavyfeet

German band The Notwist have been around since 1989 and released many albums. This year this have a new long player out titled "The Devil, You + Me". This track is heavily commercialised and very similar to the sound of the UK's Snow Patrol, nevertheless it works well. The Notwist


  1. For once I know most of the band that you've introduced here...and I must say I love these songs... we're on the same level!

  2. Hey, thanks for the nice comment. I appreciate it. Your blog is very nice as well, although I have to admit I haven't read it in a while (or any music related blog for that matter). I have some reading to catch up. Cheers and keep up the good work.



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