Boston avant-rock chanteuse Anda Volley recently released her self-produced debut album “Inside the Ghost Machine”. The album is marked by Volley’s edgy sound and poetic lyrics. You can find out for yourself on Bandcamp.
“Ghosts” by Florence based The Vickers is, in their own words, “a kaleidoscopic collection of songs, a twisty and colourful journey through the lights and shades of the modern life”. And who are we to disagree? “Ghosts” will be officialy released on March 28th on Black Candy Records.
“Monsters Of Surf” is a new surf compilation available now digitally and coming out on CD on February 18th from DingDong Records. The album compiles 22 tracks by surf bands from North America, South America, and Europe and focusses on the heavier, more progressive, fringe, and experimental surf being created today. Get it while it’s hot.
This is the age of transparency, so Zapoppin’ gave their latest album a honest title, to make sure Mumford & Sons fans don’t buy it accidentally and play it in front of their parents. Of course the staff at Weirdomusic.com loves ugly music. We can’t get enough of it. We have it for breakfast every morning. Check the album for yourself on Bandcamp, or buy it on cassette and play it in front of your parents.
Guitarist/Multi-Instrumentalist Eddie Brnabic‘s biography includes a long list of productions, collaborations, tours and releases. His new album “Subtle Realms” sounds like a long-lost 1970s space-rock album. And we mean that as a compliment!
John Kuber is a songwriter/composer based in Ohio, USA. Friends and family have called his songs “nutso cuckoo head,” “wonderfully bizarre,” and even “retro”. Enough reason to share this album with you, don’t you think?
Quilted Cherry Podium, of Norman, Oklahoma, is a one man band stand crafted by artist and woodworker, Hunter Roth. The podium houses an amp, 15” organ speaker, Leslie rotating speaker, tray for synthesizer and it’s topped off with a Drum Buddy. Roth sings into his turned cherry bomb mic and hypnotizes behind his podium with his synced instruments and song. And it sounds like this:
“My music smells funny… similar to that glue smell from the inside of a doll’s head”. That description alone is enough reason to share this album with you, isn’t it?
“Opinions are like onions they are digestible but for best results you must peel back the outer layers until you end up crying and realizing that the core….”. Oh forget it, you can read that text on Doom Salad’s Bandcamp if you like. We prefer to listen to their music.