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Album Review: Jakob Skott – All The Colours Of The Dust

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Moon Panda follow up last month’s delicious ‘Rick F***in Dalton’ with another tasty slice of ethereal dream pop with the single ‘Slow Drive’. Singer Maddie Myers’s voice floats and glides over a bubbling surface of shard-like guitars and synths, mesmerising and hypnotic: ‘Slow Drive’ captures that hard to remember feeling of roaming freely along country …

Celebration Records are about to release the debut EP from Danish band Kúlu, titled Quienscence. The band are not complete newcomers though, having their names littered through the great and the good of Danish indie rock – Asger Techau (Asger Techau, Kashmir), Daniel Buchwald (Arbirk, Deerborn, Danger of Men), Dennis Winterskov (Ave, Deerborn) og Søren …

Danish five piece Little Winter have just released their debut self-titled EP via celebration records on digital and on vinyl in multiple editions, and featured five songs about loneliness and love. Opener Mt. Egmont sets the tone for the EP. Thoughtful and emotive, it gradually unfurls to reveal this sort of Foals meets Keane (yea, …

If you rehearse your music in a still radioactive cellar that formerly held chemical weapons during WWII then chances are that you are gonna come up with some seriously fucked up shit. In the case of Narcosatanicos this is some pretty deep fucked up shit. From the open bar of this album until the moment the …

If you didn’t know it by now, then I’m here to tell you that Jakob Skott is one of the premier drummers working today.He’s based in Denmark, so maybe you guys and gals chilling in your Midwest casa or East Coast domicile may not be aware of the man. But you should make yourself aware, …

Danish post-rockers Tales of Murder and Dust release their second LP, The Flow In Between, today on Fuzz Club Records. Formed in Aarhus in 2007, Tales of Murder and Dust have mutated from psych-surf which was displayed in their debut EP Peyote, released in 2009, to this noisy post-rock offering. They received critical acclaim for …

Danish punk trio Baby In Vain are set to return to the UK this week with a string of dates, including support slots for The Wytches. In addition to the return to these shores, the band have just dropped latest track “Worthwhile”. Penned by vocal and guitarist, Andrea, the track deals with her growing feelings …

Fu*k. I’m on the London overground heading home from Rich Mix cinema where I’ve been brutalised by Danish zombie horror “What We Become”, part of the Cult strand at this year’s London Film Festival. I think I feel worse than I did when walking out of the “Dawn of the Dead” remake, and I was …

What is it with Denmark at the moment. Everything it touches, musically at least, seems to turn to gold. Communions – comprised of brothers Martin and Mads Rehof, Jacob van Deurs Formann and Frederik Lind Köppen, are another one off the production line, using the same rehearsal space that houses those other Danish bright young …

Broken Twin’s music demands this church setting; somewhere deeply sonorous and solemn, redolent with the deliciously evocative smell of candle wax. On this windswept Wednesday evening, Majke Voss Romme and band are intense and focused, with barely a word spoken outside of song.  They arrive on stage without fanfare, settle into position and off they set, beginning …