An amazing 40 minute live set by Evenings.
At 15 minutes and 30 seconds you can hear the most amazing track.
Source: SoundCloud / BOILER ROOM
from ‘Where We Were’ [CD|2xLP|DIGITAL]
available from May 2013 on all formats at [http://denovali.com/greghaines]
Very different from the Greg Haines tracks I’m normally used to, but I absolutely love it.
Source: SoundCloud / denovali
I’ve been listening to Jacaszek all evening to help chill me out. It just helps get me in a decent state of mind to get on with some work. It’s absolutely amazing to play in the background when you go to sleep at night too, try it for yourself.
I first heard this track whilst watching a movie called Monsters. The film itself is surprisingly brilliant, the soundtrack makes each scene so much more powerful and effective.
I should warn that the movie title and trailer are very misleading, I was expecting a typical monster movie with a thin storyline and lots of action, it’s not like that at all.
The monsters are only a background factor, the main focus is on the journey and relationship between the two main characters. It’s beautifully shot and If you like deep, engaging movies then I cannot recommend this enough.
I remember seeing a comment online describing it as “Lost in Translation meets District 9” and after giving it some thought I’d have to agree, although it does lean more towards Lost in Translation. This is a very unique movie and it’s definitely one of my favourites.
I love this track but youtube only seems to have the short version, which is stupid since the most beautiful part of the track starts at around 4:50. If you have Spotify you can listen to the full track here. Great ambient/experimental music.
I came across this randomly on youtube earlier this morning and I’m hooked now.
Tycho is a solo project by Scott Hansen and I am absolutely loving his sound. His other music reminds me of Boards of Canada, which isn’t a bad thing at all and I’m not saying he sounds like a rip off either.
Bersarin Quartett is a one man project from Germany and I’ve been listening to him for most of the week now. I think the title translates into something like "Things are never as they seem". I really love this kind of music now, it just has so much more to it than your usual everyday music and when you really listen to it you can discover something new with every listen.
I don’t know of anywhere in Belfast that plays this kind of music, but if anyone else does then please let me know.
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