Tag: musicianship

The sound of us not dismissing anyone’s ideas (Islet)

Islet's stunning debut album, on which 'Guitar figures drone in and drown out vocal lines, cymbal-heavy rhythms pile in and utterly demolish all that is in the rest of the sound-picture, discordant...

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Eyvind Kang: The Narrow Garden

The fine folded pressures of the lidless eye. Renowned through his collaborations with John Zorn, Mike Patton, and Trey Spruance, Eyvind Kang has become the go-to violin guy for a certain strain of...

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Islet: Illuminated People

Islet's Illumiminated People is awash with the self-indulgence of a band who have little to fear from the ignominy of failure. That's the official line at any rate. Famous now for not being...

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We would go totally apeshit (Splatterheads)

Trebuchet interviews Sly, vocalist and guitarist for The Splatterheads, about their history and tentatively, the future of the parochial Australian rock labourer....

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Suicide Silence – The Black Crown, London.

"I don’t want to sound like a fucking dinosaur or a pig for 45 minutes and no one know what the fuck I’m saying" Trebuchet magazine interviews Mitch Lucker...

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