The beauty that is Jane Weaver is in her intrinsic ability to so delightfully and depthfully portray emotions in such a simple yet under-the-skin manner. Jane worked with Paolo Suhonen (a longtime favorite of hers) to create the video for Did You See Butterflies? — the video itself a study in retrospective art made to perhaps better portray the mindfuck that is undertaking the rebuilding … Continue reading Jane Weaver ~ Did You See Butterflies?
Take a classic song, a favorite tune cloaked in nostalgia, add one newly-minted, highly-talented Los Angeles band and straightaway find yourself in possession of a soundtrack to one’s future unwritten memories. Dark Side Of Light are the electro-acoustic soundchild of Californian natives Nik Frost and Grant Conway that were surprisingly-shocked to find their debut release, a gorgeous new take on Seals and Croft’s “yacht rock” … Continue reading Dark Side Of Light ~ Summer Breeze
The deeply talented, at times irreverent, Maynard James Keenan, lead singer and chief protagonist of both Tool and A Perfect Circle fame decided in 2007 to found his third band Puscifer he once described as “the space where my Id, Ego, and Anima all come together to exchange cookie recipes.” This, to be his ‘for fun‘ group, not dissimilar to Ministry’s Al Jourgensen’s ‘for fun‘ … Continue reading Puscifer – Momma Sed
Musician, Composer, Producer and DJ, Grabbitz, previously featured here with Rezz on Someone Else, stands (flies) alone in this 2016 track featuring a plague mask and the eerily prescient words, “let’s hold our breath ’til we die, I just wish it was for something”. Grabbitz (real name Nicholas Chiari) was born in Buffalo, New York on February 18th, 1993 and thus is the ripe old … Continue reading Grabbitz – Follow Me
The Belarusian trio hailing from Minsk that is Molchat Doma (“Houses are Silent“) have been taking the post-punk community by storm over the last several years, culminating in this live three-song session released March of 2020 (MENT x ETEP). Notably, I’m more fond of the first two of these three songs and focusing on only the first, Zvezdy (Stars) which strikingly is a love song. … Continue reading Molchat Doma – Zvezdy (Stars)