The Macrotones ft. Iyeoka / Destroy Babylon – Split 7″ (Music ADD)

Today, we’re covering a split 7” record between The Macrotones and Destroy Babylon. This actual release comes as an addition to the Unknown Outpost CD by The Macrotones, including a bonus number by Destroy Babylon filling on the B-side. Both bands have a lot of things in common, and besides being equally good, these bands… Read More The Macrotones ft. Iyeoka / Destroy Babylon – Split 7″ (Music ADD)

The Macrotones – Unknown Outpost CD (Music ADD)

Unknown Outpost is the third full-length album by The Macrotones. If you have previously visited our pages, you probably stumble upon our reviews about First Signs Of Danger CD and Darvaza 12”. Boston’s finest afrobeat ensemble unquestionably defies the fundamentals of the genre by thoroughly exploring other musical interests of the involved musicians. Therefore, their… Read More The Macrotones – Unknown Outpost CD (Music ADD)

The Macrotones – Darvaza 12″ EP (Music ADD)

Today we’re talking about another older recording by The Macrotones, an afrobeat/funk/psychedelic rock band based in Boston, Massachusets. Previously, we covered their second album named First Signs Of Danger that blew us away with its diversity and detailed approach to the beforementioned genres. Darvaza is their following recording that went a step further in these… Read More The Macrotones – Darvaza 12″ EP (Music ADD)

The Macrotones – First Signs Of Danger CD (Music ADD)

The sound of The Macrotones is challenging to define by simplistic genre classifications, but it’s definitely worth your attention. Nevertheless, their experimentations with a comprehensive collection of various genres are unquestionably appealing to the listening apparatus. First Signs Of Danger is their second full-length recorded back in now distant 2011, but it’s still relevant today… Read More The Macrotones – First Signs Of Danger CD (Music ADD)

Faratuben – Sira Kura CD (Sounds Of Subterrania)

Faratuben is a Malinesian/Danish ensemble comprised of eight highly experienced musicians who’re delivering traditional bobo music. The bobo music is playing an integral part in bobo culture and folklore, and this specific sound is usually achieved on balafon (West African marimba) and dondo (the talking drum). Faratuben decided to upgrade traditional articulations by implementing omnipresent… Read More Faratuben – Sira Kura CD (Sounds Of Subterrania)

Junglelyd – S/T LP (Sounds of Subterrania)

Junglelyd is a Danish electronic quintet heavily inspired by some unique genres that shaped modern Latino music for quite a while. Firstly, this very distinctive group has started as a solo outlet of Kenneth Rasmussen, Danish DJ (also a member of Mantra Soundsystem), who aimed to interpret contemporary outlook of southern American electronic music. With… Read More Junglelyd – S/T LP (Sounds of Subterrania)

Igralom – Sunovrat LP (Geenger Records / Ammonite Records)

If you fancy some afrobeat oriented rock’n’roll, which has been perpetuated with great musicianship, and distinctive vocals, then Igralom is more than the right choice for you. Their second full-length album called Sunovrat contains gracious portions of positive vibrations, perfectly saturated melodies, danceable rhythms, and retro-sounding production that reminiscent psychedelic music from the seventies. Still,… Read More Igralom – Sunovrat LP (Geenger Records / Ammonite Records)