Norwegian post rock melancholics 1099 are one of Norway's finest bands in their genre. Having played together for almost 15 years, this band has a lot of great melodies to share. The double album features 12 instrumental tracks all recorded, mixed and mastered in Autumnsongs Recording Studio by Rhys Marsh.
Trondheim-based blues-rockers Stadtverk are the first band to release a record on our new sub-label Rotor Records. Ein Lætt Paranoia is a great piece of rock music with lyrics in Norwegian. The album comes in a limited edition on red vinyl including a lyrics booklet and a standard edition on black vinyl.
The album features seven tracks that ranges from hard-driven guitar power-punk-pop to loose danceable boogie via exotic surf-ballads.
On Friday the 23rd of February Red Lama will release their new album called Motions. The first three singles Post Optimism, Awakening (feat. Bjonko) and Come What May have all been very well received and gained a fair amount of radio play on Danish national radio.
The Spin-Clean gets records clean, is easy to use and doesn't cost a fortune. Spin-Clean also takes the effort out of cleaning records, the brushes scrub both sides of the record simultaneously, rollers in the tank keep records safe from damage and the fluid pulls dirt off the record and down to the bottom of the tank. Quick, easy and reasonably priced, now there's no reason not to clean every record in your collection.
Motions is a collection of songs that appear even sharper in regards to songwriting, arrangement and production compared to the debut. From their starting point in the rock n’ roll of the 60’s and 70’s, the band has expanded its expression with references to kraut rock, British trip hop and Talk Talk-ish art rock of the 80’s.
I like to sleep specialises in heavy riffs, extensive improvisation pushed to its limits, and well-written melodies – a style labelled “Powerjazz”.
The new album Excelsior is mainly inspired by a universe drenched in synth rock – a place where soundtracks from 80s action movies and German acts and composers, like Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Klaus Doldinger and Harold Faltemeyer, have had a significant influence.