BREATH is in the cinemas now and it is the latest attempt by filmmakers to tell a good surf yarn. The film is based on the award winning book by Tim Winton, a lover of the ocean and surfer himself which is a good start. He knows his subject matter.
Hello Tut Tut’s debut album, World Music Dance Band is a dynamic and frenzied journey shaped in the space of two years by a vast array of worldly cultures and most prominently captures the seven piece band’s Eastern European roots.
Where Dimmu Borgir’s previous albums featured choirs and orchestras to add to the integral symphonic to the band’s symphonic black metal sound, to work with the highs and lows of songs, the climaxes and intros, Eonian takes the symphony and choir elements to the next level.
Didirri’s incredibly unique understanding of storytelling through music makes for one of the best and most exciting live performances I have ever been lucky enough to see. He was right – his music made me move, and unequivocally moved me like no other artist has.
Baltimore’s native duo Wye Oak’s fifth album The Louder I Call, The Faster It Runs helps take their position in indie rock and turn it on it’s head to represent something much greater than another indie band.