Ippio Payo & Genelabo – Nobody Answers Questions LP (Geenger Records / Echokammer)

Geenger Records is on a winning streak lately (like they ever fail with upcoming releases), and today’s pick is living proof of my statement. For this particular release, Geenger Records teamed up with Echokammer, a German record label. The release I picked up for a review today goes as far as experimental music can go,… Read More Ippio Payo & Genelabo – Nobody Answers Questions LP (Geenger Records / Echokammer)

Chrome – Scaropy CD (Cleopatra Records)

The band I would like to talk about today doesn’t need any introduction for those who’re profoundly into post-punk music. Since 1975, Chrome has been a household name for post-punk, proto-industrial, goth rock, acid-punk, experimental rock scenes and still goes strong today. Since its inception, the group suffered the death of one of the original… Read More Chrome – Scaropy CD (Cleopatra Records)

Ester Poly – Wet LP (Hummus Records)

Here’s another recent release by Hummus Records, a record label based in La Chaux De Fonds, Switzerland. For those who’re not familiar with the activities of this record label, Hummus Records usually releases experimental artists, but the entire catalog is surprisingly good. I had the privilege to listen and review a decent amount of their… Read More Ester Poly – Wet LP (Hummus Records)

Noisesculptor – Ordinary Mind Disorders 2xCD (Unsigned Label)

To be quite honest, I listened to a decent amount of noise releases over twenty years or so, but I rarely stumbled upon collections and selected works. Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying these compilations don’t exist, but for some reason, they’re rare, and noisicians are usually sticking to the recently recorded material.… Read More Noisesculptor – Ordinary Mind Disorders 2xCD (Unsigned Label)

Aleph Trio – Promenade

There are hordes of immensely creative artists out there that are seeking the attention of the broader auditorium. Creative minds are continuously popping out from every possible direction by demonstrating brilliant ideas realized through tremendous musicianship. The best part about this phenomenon is that the quantity doesn’t exceed quality, so you cannot even choose your… Read More Aleph Trio – Promenade