Tag: avant-garde

8 June 2021 / Reviews
18 February 2021 / Metal
21 December 2020 / Dark

She’s French, she’s avant-garde, she’s a phenomenal talent, she makes up her own language for the lyrics – it’s Laure Le Prunenec, whom most of you will know as the…

11 August 2020 / Dark

Now here’s a behemoth of an album that demands not to be ignored. Belgian collective, Neptunian Maximalism, have unchained their monolithic debut with a track list spanning a little over…

6 August 2020 / Metal
5 August 2020 / Metal

In the 1990s coming into the new millennium, apart from a few exceptional cult bands (HavoheJ/ Profanatica, Von, Blasphemy), second wave black metal from the North American continent was considered…

22 July 2020 / Metal

Season of Mist have a good ear for underground metal bands of the future and deserve credit for taking a chance on the likes of post-metal experimentalists Constellatia and the…

21 July 2020 / Dark

Maud the Moth is the alter ego of Amaya López-Carromero, a Madrid-born, Edinburgh-based singer-songwriter with jazz and classical training. Although destined to be filed in the ‘singer-songwriter’ genre, it’s this…

7 July 2020 / Metal

New Jersey native, Nick Shellenberger, is the type of artist the Montreal Jazz festival like to host. Like Fantomas and Voivod before him, his Underer project is extreme metal for…

10 June 2020 / Metal