Best known as one half of Pittsburgh space rock duo Zombi, Steve Moore has taken his musical influences—namely John Carpenter, Goblin, Giorgio Moroder, and Klaus Schulze—and parlayed it into what’s becoming a very impressive second career as film score composer. After turning heads with his incredible soundtrack work for the excellent thriller The Guest, he’s now provided the score for the Belgian horror film Cub.
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With a similar vocal chemistry to Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová but also a real knack for the dynamic bombast of Coldplay, husband and wife duo Jenny and Tyler Somers hit the ground running on their new track “Song For You”, which is from their new album Of This I’m Sure, which comes out 16 October. Considering the way the slickly produced track fits neatly into both pop and mainstream country, the crossover potential for the Nashville-based duo is there.
Georgia rock veterans Collective Soul are set to release See What You Started By Continuing on 2 October, their ninth album and first in six years. A handful of tracks have slowly been released over the summer, including the rambunctious single “This”, but if you ask us we’d smugly say that we have the strongest new song to surface yet.
Led by cowboy poetry scholar Hal Cannon and hailing from the Zion National Park region of Utah, 3hattrio create what they call “American desert music”, in which they create country music directly inspired and influenced by the desert environment around them. Their new album Dark Desert Night, which comes out today, sees them continuing to refine that distinct, forlorn sound, which you can hear vividly on the beautiful track “Get on the Bus”.
Much is made of the self-indulgent, show-off noodling that you hear people doing in any Guitar Center—or any other large music store for that matter—any day of the week, but amidst that din one industrious individual recorded a synthesizer album in one of those stores, one track at a time. Just how much of a social commentary or act of subversive outsider art this all is remains to be seen, as very little information has been provided about Apprentice Destroyer’s new album Glass ceiling Universe, but the eight and a half-minute “Cloud Fortress” is a very impressive kosmische musik homage, its hypnotic analog synth reminiscent of Tangerine Dream and Popol Vuh.
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"Adam Johnston of An Unkindness wrote a song at 17 years old and posted it online. Two years later, magic happened.READ the article