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Friday, November 19, 2010

Knut live in Brussels

Shoot Me Again posted a ton of great pictures of Knut's show in Brussel two weeks ago, check out the full set on their website.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Flying Horseman releaseshow at Monty

Next monday, 15/11, Flying Horseman will present their debut album 'Wild Eyes' live at Monty, Antwerp. For full details on this show check the venue's site

Friday, November 05, 2010

Head of Wantastiquet & Master Musicians of Bukkake reviews on Freqzine

Freqzine posted two great reviews of our new releases:

"Sunburned Hand Of the Man member Paul Labrecque turns his hand here as Head Of Wantastiquet to his own particular variation on American primitivism, taking the form down meanders which can be as strikingly wondrous as the packaging the record is released in."
Full review here

"Splurging out in vibrant Technicolor widescreen to a martial samba snare drum rolls marches a cod-Vietnamese rocking good-time, swinging tune. It’s possible to imagine the kids from Saigon boogieing to this before picking up their ChiCom AKs and heading out for a warm evening’s insurrection in the dance bars South Viet Nam back in the imaginary day"
Full review here

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Flying Horseman - Wild Eyes on Luisterpaal

You can now stream the complete Flying Horseman - Wild Eyes album on VPRO's Luisterpaal.
The band will play a release show at Monty, Antwerp on November 15. Click here for more info about that event.

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

First Flying Horseman - Wild Eyes review (in Dutch)

"Intieme, emotionele nummers als ‘Bitter storm’, ‘Beats’ en ‘Meditation blues’ roepen met de ogen dicht visioenen op van modderige wandelpaden in een heuvelachtig landschap dat vanachter de kam wordt bedreigd door onheilspellend donkere wolken. Op de momenten dat de groep rond singer-songwriter Bert Dockx ook daadwerkelijk uithaalt, fungeren de songs als een schokgolf die de grond van onder onze voeten plotsklaps wegsleept."

Read the full 4-star review here

Taiga - Flora Chor review on Texture

"...the album's nine lush tapestries are hardly one-dimensional riffs on a single style; instead, Flora Chor presents a multi-varied program that touches down in multiple zones; it almost sounds as if Meyer purposely set out to take each piece into a place slightly different from the others..."

Read the full review