2 Feb 2012, 21:54 by Plakya19
26 May 2011, 09:42 by MarcHollenbachTom's Picks:
"night cactus" by Henry Hynes (Experimental) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
"Half-Eating Baby Lions Nightmare" by Shirley and Spinoza (Soundtrack) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
"The Pit" by The Threshold People (Electronic, Audio Collage) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
"my imaginary scary home" by Lucky Dragons (Audio Collage, Experimental) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
"Very Scary (Part 2)" by Weirdomusic (Soundtrack) - CC-BY-NC-SA - Website
"Halloween Trip" by DJ ViVSoft (triphop) - CC BY - Website
"Welcome to Hell ft. Andrew Peterson" by Realboy (electro dance) - CC BY - Website
"Halloween" by Keshco (Pop Rock)- CC BY-NC-SA - Website
"3 Ghosts I" by Nine Inch Nails (instrumental) - CC BY-NC-SA - Website
"Don't Ever Mention Halloween" by Paul Austin Kelly (pop country) - CC BY - Website
"Halloween" by The New Law (triphop) - CC BY - Website
4 Aug 2009, 19:03 by C05T1NThis article was originally posted on my personal blog.
English version: here
Original Romanian version: here
I am so glad when I run into an unknown artist – an “indie”, that “falls into my hands” purely accidental. You know the feeling, it’s like having a brand new toy :)
The New Law consists of Adam Straney and Justin Neff, two Americans. Without getting too in-detail about their musical style and its influences, I’ll just sum it up by saying that High Noon is a surprising album. Their sound seems ahead of their time, as the band tries a mix of drum’n’bass, jazz, breakbeat, and even hip-hop – these being just the main “flavours” I’ve managed to distinguish on the first listening.
It appears as the band is enjoying quite their share of success in the underground, judging by the number of concerts that they’ve been attending (most of them with one of my older “acquintances”, Bonobo) all over the world.