Tag: Angelo Badalamenti (page 1 of 2)
The quietly subversive I AM SNOW ANGEL launches her most ambitious body of work yet in her second full-length album ‘Mothership’.
‘Mothership’ offers a work which is rich and melodic but perhaps a shade darker than where I AM SNOW ANGEL has boldly gone before, reflecting some turbulent times in a volatile world. Julie Kathryn kindly talked to The Electricity Club about her ‘Mothership’ and where else she might be landing… Continue Reading ›
The ‘Mothership’ has landed and it is indeed I AM SNOW ANGEL’s most ambitious work yet.
The quietly subversive vehicle of Julie Kathryn, the Lake Placid native wrote, performed, programmed, produced and engineered the album herself in a woodland cabin retreat outside New York. ‘Mothership’ has a thematic core which is possibly darker than the dreamier I AM SNOW ANGEL material of the past. It has been described as an intersection of traditional spirituality, the paranormal and science fiction. Continue Reading ›
And so we are invited to go in; into the mysteriously twisted, sickening at times, never straightforward world of David Lynch. One likes the arts and photography, another excels in music, or vocals, few make good films, while the rest write or paint; Lynch has done it all.
Meeting Angelo Badalamenti, while filming his hugely successful 'Blue Velvet', proved to be the start of a captivating musical relationship, which Lynch has proven to treasure till today. Continue Reading ›
The UK’s top independent synth duo VILE ELECTRODES have unveiled a mesmerising new number entitled ‘Captive In Symmetry’ as their brand new single. The beautiful song hints at the direction of their new, as-yet-untitled second album.
As beautiful sequences, eerie choral samples and Anais Neon’s hauntingly alluring vocals take hold, it all comes over like a dreamboat collaboration between JULEE CRUISE and OMD. Continue Reading ›
Since her first releases ‘Human Stereo’ in 2007 and ‘Selector’ in 2009, KID MOXIE has progressed on a transient journey through her guest spots with fellow Greeks NIKONN and FOTONOVELA to her most striking work yet with her second full length album ‘1888’.
The album has two distinct modes, one being widescreen synthpop for want of a better description while the other is more naturalistic sonic sandwich heavily influenced by classic and arthouse film soundtracks. Continue Reading ›