Category Archives: Experimental

SONG OF THE DAY Man Goes Human – Crush Before Use

Defined by their experimental, DIY approach Man Goes Human emerged from Delhi in 2012. Inspired by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Jeff Buckley and J.J Cale, you only have to hear their music once to appreciate their tight-knit, unique sound.  … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY John Johanna – Fold In The Light

How to travel into worlds afar and explore spiritual dimensions without even having to leave your home…or your seat for that matter! Yes, the answer to all of your escapism fantasies are right here, waiting to be unlocked and all … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Rodion GA. – Ore

Born in late 70’s and early 80’s Romania, Rodion Ladislau Rosca and his band Rodion G.A. were a pioneering rock-based outfit who were merging and experimenting with the sounds of electronic music, psychedelics, and progressive rock.  Decades later and after years … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY P.G. Six – The Fallen Leaves That Jewel the Ground

Perhaps I wouldn’t have been so transfixed by this track had it not appeared in Shane Meadows’ 2004 film Dead Man’s Shoes but, just as that film leaves a lasting impression, so does this song.  I’m sure I’ve mentioned on more than … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Edan – Making Planets (Ft. Mr. Lif)

So impressed by Cut Chemist’s Metalstorm , I have today been checking out the sounds of Edan Portnoy (better know as Edan) who collaborates and features on the track. Hailing from Rockville, Maryland, Edan is a hip hop artist who has … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Blurt – The Ruminant Plinth

When today’s song was first released in 1983 I was a mere toddler, so here I am nearly 40 years on and only just discovering the joys of Blurt.  This post-punk band were founded in 1979 by poet, saxophonist and … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Michael Stasis – Hamtown Slang

If this is your first listen to Michael Stasis, join the club, this is my first listen too!..and I mean that quite literally, I am just on my second listen to the first song that introduced me to his music tonight! … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Here Lies Man – So Far Away

What if Black Sabbath played Afrobeat?……………. This question is tantalizingly posed on Here Lies Man’s bio page and gloriously put into action in their fuzzed out afrorock compositions!  Here Lies Man are an L.A-based quintet founded and conceptualised by Marcos … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sudan Archives – Goldencity

The enchanting sounds of 23 year-old Sudan Archives came to my attention last September and I’ve just got round to buying her self-titled debut EP which was released in July last year. Not only does this young experimental artist produce … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Abdominal and The Obliques – Hot Cross Buns

In need of some serious cheering up tonight I found myself seeking refuge and smiles in Hot Cross Buns, a track from Toronto rapper Andy Bernstein’s, (aka Abdominal) 2012 album, Sitting Music.  Known for his extraordinary breath control and fun raps, this album was an … Continue reading

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