I decided to take the music corner thanks to Tamara whom I greet with a kiss. I thank her because she told me that she was very happy about me continuing this writing on movies and music.
Given that I enjoy writing about music, movies and books. If you prefer the New Age, Vasco Rossi, Laura Pausini or the "sound of the sea", you can avoid safely.
Here are my recommendations for the past two months:
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats - Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats. An album with a thousand influences. In the album you will find the (un)healthy American music ranging from folk, R & B, gospel, and roots. It will make you want to sing, dance, laugh, and drink alcohol in very good company.
Anderson East - Delilah. The same background as Nathaniel's but more '60s and more gospel; less frivolous and more profound. I want to clarify that this last thing is not necessarily a positive quality.
Synkro - Changes. Electronic music that is completely synthetic. Night settings for those who like Boards of Canada and the like. Atmospheres full / empty that vanishest before being tangible.
Caspian - Dust & Disquiet. Here we move in a completely different musical direction. Post-rock and post-core. Heavy, dark and orchestral. A wall of sound like a tsunami that creates anxiety and fatal attractions.
Dark Buddha Rising - Inversum. Meditative music post apocalyptic, a sabbath night. Two long musical accompaniments to the exploration of the dark lands of our soul.
Jenny Hval – Apocalypse girl. Pop Electronic, weird and disconnected, as absurd as the cover and icy like the country of its origin (Norway). Yet when it ends you want to hear it again.
Joanna Newsome - Divers. Angelic, sweet, light and yet with sophisticated sounds. Delicious melodies, even bold. Sometimes far too much "stuff".
Witchsorrow - No light, Only Fire. The title and the name of the group should be enough. Fantastic album of metal distorted doom. Heavy, dark evil.