“The Horse and Other Weird Tales” is the third album from the Finnish psych-heavy blues band, following their self-titled album in 2012 and “Second Psychedelic Coming: The Aquarius Tapes” in 2015.
Captain Sensible aka Raymond Ian Burns. A unique musical figure that succeeded to associate his name with the Punk explosion in Britain in the late ‘70s. One of The Damned’s founding members (where he started initially as a bass player) and afterwards a solo pop singer, Captain displayed from the very beginning all the prerequisites that render him a punk rock icon in people’s minds. Brilliant, sarcastic, unconventional and with a great deal of humour but most importantly, with loads of memories from an era that is long gone. Artcore magazine met Captain, while taking advantage of the wonderful weather, in order to discuss with him his experiences and memories from the turbulent decades of 1970s and 1980s and also his thoughts on future plans as a musician.
If you really expect the white prince to come out from a fairy tale and take upon his white horse to save you from your troubles, then rest assured that Kimi Kärki is the blonde Finnish man who, although without a white horse, but nevertheless with an acoustic guitar, comes your way in order reveal to you the sense of the folkloric beauty.
The Assassination of Julius Caesar, by Ulver
Thirteen songs for when you are consumed by Fire.
Emil Amos is not only the drummer of OM, Grails, Lilacs and Champagne, and singer and guitarist of Holy Sons, but a true multi- instrumentalist. “Filmmusik” is the first album he has ever issued under his own name. The release date is 2/6/2017.
The scattered stars under the cold sky of Finland navigated Goatspeed to grasp the meaning of his personal redemption and find his own way.
Post rock epicness from a band that has never lowered its musical standards and kept alive its very own tradition in the music it produces. No more words are necessary. Their music should be enough.
Svin is an unorthodox approach to instrumentalmusic. They celebrate freedom in music and hailsindependence, love and limitless diversity in art!In working with their fourth studioalbumMissionær Svin left their old habits behind andturned their way of composing and playingupsidedown to reinvent themselves.
Through echoes of beautiful, gentle soft strings, and the sudden surge of sound explosions, MONO delivers their ninth album, Requiem For Hell.
For a third consecutive year King Dude comes to Greece, carrying with him his eerie ensemble and his love for the Greek public. Gradually gaining fans in Greece, this year’s gig is expected to be as dramatic as the previous ones.
Imagine a gray cityscape, a mute human reverberation, a sad and trivial life that progresses into the future. You stand still; you listen; and imply to yourself that even death can be welcomed... When out of a sudden the melody of despair becomes a cry for life. The notes dissolve the bleak atmosphere allowing the light of hope to overcome its cowardice, disbanding grayness and penetrate liberatingly in your lungs. You decide to live! This strange mixing of sadness and optimism is transmitted through the songs that make up Homeward Bound by Vinyl Suicide.
Los Angeles, in the early 1980s and some of the local youth form their own bands, playing for their friends. Although influenced by Punk they began, however, to play a music that differed significantly from it and it was more reminiscent of the Psychedelic and Garage Rock of the 1960s
Normally, one would wonder why a group playing a music style that is already 54 years old is worthy of an interest. The fact that Dirty Fuse play mainly their own compositions, they already have an audience that follows them fanatically, that within a few years they have recorded five albums and EPs and one of their pieces has been voted one of the 101 best Surf Tracks Worldwide from 1970 onwards, are more than enough reasons to generate an interest. The good thing is that they are not the only!
What means religious faith to you? Could it be a misinterpretation, an illusion, a mental relief, a definitive truth? To me, there is no point for a conclusive verdict to be drawn, mostly because it has a different meaning to everybody. And this is why, throughout the centuries, the most peculiar things have been religiously worshipped. From celestial bodies and humans, who are perceived to have ascended to heaven after their resurrection, to Argentinean soccer players and the greatest sax maestro the world has ever known.