Jedes Jahr um das erste Mai-Wochenende herum ist im Kulturklubben vom SPOT Festival die Rede. Nur in diesem Jahr nicht. Dabei war ich da, in Aarhus. Und es war auch wieder gut. Allerdings blieben die großen Neuentdeckungen diesmal aus. Stattdessen überzeugten die Helden der Vorjahre, allen voran:

Ida Wenøe (hier mit Another Kind of Love vom Album The Things We Don’t Know Yet),

Liss (mit Reputation von der EP Second),

Off Bloom (mit Love To Hate It von der gleichnamigen EP)

und Farveblind (mit Jewels von der EP Boxes).

Der Soundtrack zum heißen Wochenende …

“Climatery is undoubtedly one of the most inspired works recorded by Miguel A. Ruiz during the first years of his long career and under his given name, as he also published as Orfeón Gagarin, Ventral Metaphor, Funeral Souvenir,etc. It was originally released on cassette on the Proceso Uvegraf label in 1986, and a year later it was reissued by EGK, the Esplendor Geométrico label, in the same format. Climatery shows a facet of Ruiz away from Industrial music and rough experimentation, closer to the electronics usually labeled as “ambient”, creating suggestive atmospheres where it incorporates sonorities of ethnic and tribal music to the sounds of synthesizer (Korg Polysix especially). A sound trip through exotic landscapes, based on various repetitive rhythmic structures and loops.”

https://abstrakce.bandcamp.com/album/abst-007-miguel-a-ruiz-climatery-lp

Barcelona-based Russian rhythm reconstructivist Mateis e. aqir’s latest EP emerged during and after a formative sojourn to the Spanish isle of Tenerife in summer 2017, where he slept on the sand, stargazed, and rode scooters along serpentine roads through remote villages. Deeply inspired by the landscape, people, and “new emotions” he experienced, a series of subtle, spiraling, percussion-powered pieces began flowering in flashes and sketches, which were further articulated back in Barcelona.

https://mateis-e-aqir.bandcamp.com/album/chrome-upon-guayota

Sommerzeit, Ferienzeit, Sonntag forever. Eine Reise zurück in die Vergangenheit … oder in die Zukunft.

Irgendwo dazwischen Remington Super 60 mit einem großartigen neuen Stück namens The Highway Again von ihrer für den Herbst geplanten EP …

Mit einer echten Reise in die Vergangenheit, Darren Hayman mit seinem Album 12 Astronauts:

Always perfectly capturing the zeitgeist, Darren Hayman releases his 18th solo album, 12 Astronauts, on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. 12 men have walked on the moon, and 12 Astronauts includes a song for each of them – from Neil Armstrong to Harrison Schmitt and Gene Cernan (the Apollo 17 astronauts who quibble about who was the last man on the moon - was it the last person to set foot on the moon (Schmitt) or the last person to take his foot off the moon (Cernan).

There are things I can say
There are things I can say
Letter to the moon

Großartiges neues Bedroom-Recording-Album von Yani Martinelli, die sich selbst als “indie songwriter, daydreamer, drums teacher and crazy cat lady” vorstellt.
Spaciger “electro-psychedelic dreampop”:

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