Thursday, October 15, 2015
Really airy and cute new-wavey art pop from Japan. The synths on this album kind of glide and float throughout each song in an almost ethereal, and even kind of psych-y, way. A lot of Zolo influences too. Chakra almost like a Japanese version of Propoganda, with some parts of the album even being reminiscent of Kate Bush or Descloux. Tropical, quirky, and fun, Satekoso makes for a great listen if you're in the proper mood.
Saturday, October 10, 2015
one last thing to note: messthetics is split into two series, #x or #10x. in the single digit series each album is grouped alphabetically by band, while in the #10x series each album is grouped by region. theres some overlap between them but theyre all certainly worth downloading!
Hello everyone. Sorry about the lack of posting. I've decided to make up for it by posting the rest of Messthetics today. For those who don't know what Messthetics is: Messthetics is basically the most comprehensive anthology of underground British music from the late 70's to early 80's. With it's American counterpart, Homework (also on this blog) they offer an amazing look into the period. There's really something for everyone, even if you feel as though you've heard it all.
hope you enjoy!