Check out “Elaine”, the new Single from Tibursky. Already featured in a number of films, it is here backed with the dark and disturbing “Play Time”, to make for a very interesting pairing. (August, 2nd 2013, worldwide, Kitchen Records / Believe Digital.

(CD/LP Kitchen Rec./Pool Music 2010)

Here we have “Back To Komo”, the second solo album from the supremely talented Tibursky.
Just five months after the release of “Not Quite Bohemian” - and with his song “Peel” still on TV as the backing track to the Travel agency advert – Tibursky has enlisted the help of friends in places as far apart as Glasgow, Stockholm and Barcelona to create another sterling collection of work featuring his trademark gift for writing classic songs.
These are compositions of power and passion, imagination and intelligence, yet imbued with a true pop sensibility; eclectically diverse, it’s a collection of stark innovation and often haunting beauty featuring everything from Rock to Electro - by way of ballads, spoken words and strangeness.
While 2010 may be less than three months old, I guarantee that come December this album will still be a candidate for best album of the year.
(by John Carroll , March 2010)

Kitchen Records 2010

Edited by prussiaberlin on 23 Jun 2013, 12:36

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