Tag: A Giant Leap

  • Wooden Indian Burial Ground – ‘How’s Your Favourite Dreamer?’

    Portland protagonististas, Wooden Indian Burial Ground comprising, “justin, dan, sam, cory, paul sometimes too”, return with their latest instalment of “song’s about surfing on acid with your dad.” ‘Styrofoam Factory’, grit blasts WIBG’s up-tempo sonic intent, perhaps tipping a nod to Arne Van Petegem’s disjointed  “aesthetic of failure”, with it’s jerky, jagged rhythmic structure; ‘Sad Mutations’,…

  • EP Review: ÁRIRANG – ‘Geisha’

    EP Review: ÁRIRANG – ‘Geisha’

    photo by jan kuca “Árirang was born in Milan as a matter of sound. Maybe an orchestra, maybe just a solo.” Being well acquainted with fellow Milanese noise merchants, The Gluts and Giöbia, I feel a certain sense of shared DNA with Árirang, if only through guilt by association. Tenuous as this link may be, having met…

  • Album Review: Kill Your Boyfriend – ‘The King Is Dead’

    Album Review: Kill Your Boyfriend – ‘The King Is Dead’

    pic by Emilio Paranoico I first heard Kill Your Boyfriend, courtesy of the Limited Edition 10″ split double A Side, with New Candys back in January. Their “Illimitate Post Punk | Dark Wave | Black Shoegaze | Irritating Noise”, was an indelibly intoxicating introduction. Fast forward to Fuzz Club Festival a few weeks back and…