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Tag Archives: noise
USA/Mexico – Del Rio
Is this still music? Let’s find out.
Thurston Moore – By The Fire
We saw some raving reviews lately about a 62 year old who made a new record. And as you might know by now… when old people release music, we at Sounds from the Dark Side eventually also folk to the sidelines for our own critical appraisal. Continue reading
Kooba Tercu – Proto Tekno
Are you ready for the modern age in which hypersheep will be our foremost enemies? No? Well, you better read on anyway because Kooba Tercu latest is not to be missed. Continue reading
Sex Swing – Type II
So you googled for some ”special” bedroom furniture and ended up here, huh. Well, you’re in luck because we were about to discuss something dirty anyway. So stick around. Continue reading
Swans – leaving meaning.
Some of us thought Swans already delivered their swan song. But behold, they returned from the dead …once again. Continue reading
Motorpsycho – The Crucible
Finally it’s time to say something about “Motorpsychodelia”. So prog nerds and metalheads, unite. Continue reading
Low – Double Negative
If your looking for a commentary on human cruelty and terror, stop looking right now. Low’s 12th album Double Negative is just what you need. Continue reading
Ensemble Dal Niente / Deerhoof – Balter / Saunier
Earlier this year I talked a bit about about Anna Meredith’s move from the classical scene to the world of electronica. Nowadays this sort of crossovers are not that uncommon anymore. Naturally avant-garde rock band Deerhoof could not hang back with this hype going on and melted together with the classical outfit of Ensemble Dal Niente to chip in. And oh man, it’s exciting! Continue reading
[Live Review] Le Guess Who? 2014, Various Locations Utrecht
If you leave out the May Day editions, tonight its the eighth time Le Guess Who? will kick off in Utrecht (NL) again. The festival always offers a mixture of unknown and renowned indie acts during the last weeks of November and this year there is no exception on that. Personally, I’m always looking forward to Le Guess Who? because it brings a bunch of interesting artists to my doorstep. Luckily the festival organizers can’t complain about the attention from the Dutch media they’re getting these days and Sounds from the Darkside can’t be left behind on that, so during the coming days we will keep you posted about the festival’s proceedings.