Our new monthly music round up New Noise is here as Seb Klee looks at December’s new releases.
Candy Opera – release their album The Patron Saint Of Heartache. These Eighties Lazarus-ists channel the spirit of McAloon into every chord and melody to present a pleasant diversion to contemporary events.
Catapulting the listener to the present day and beyond, Tom Benson’s Maeges unleash their single Lite on December 4. Comprising just under five minutes of electronic evocation, to paraphrase the once great Moz, December really spawned a monster with this track. The video is bang on, and should be exhibited in the Tate.
Hang on! Whats the noise? Who the hell has just kicked the door in? Yep, its Hannah’s Little Sister, with their EP MP3. Bin Mouth evokes all the best elements of The B-52’s, such raw energy. The following four tracks – keep up the breathless standard. Perhaps a case of welcome to your favourite new band?
If Maeges has opened the door, let’s go down the wormhole with Liam Carey’s Concerto for Piano and Electronics. This is real cutting edge, avant-garde music at its finest. Check it out, and you will be taking courses on String Theory next. Certainly broadens one mind…
Tojo The Dwarf releases Cool Young Death which sounds like a festival anthem if ever I heard one. Another brilliant video also.
Limerance release their eagerly awaited EP on Christmas Eve – A World of Possibility – giving us five beautiful tracks to herald the promise of 2021.
Lastly, but certainly not least, the majestic Visions Of Albion release You’re Not Alone, which is a taster for their EP to be released in January. It’s such a beautiful song, and sets the bar high for next year’s release, and as I have had a sneak preview, it is one they easily attain.
Merseyside Music is alive and kicking…..Roll on 2021.
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