Title song for The Ambushers, one of four spy movie parodies with Dean Martin.
After the numerous retro rock occult bands getting inspiration from the 70s and 80s, it’s very refreshing to hear a band mimicking the good old 50s and 60s. This is, as the band puts it, satanic doo-wop. Great stuff. I’m also surprised how much nudity you can have on youtube.
Netflix made a drama series about a jazz club. I have yet to watch the series, but given the music videos and the trailer, I’m already sold.
Arguably, one of the greatest German songs. It’s so famous it basically has become folklore. It’s a satirical view on German politics and culture of the 80s. Short, witty, and on point. It has been covered countless times. Even Metallica play it when touring in Germany.
I lay on my bed and picture how it would be if I weren’t who I am but chancellor, emporer, king or queen… All that and much more I would do if I were the king of Germany.
There is going to be a new album by one of the best instrumental synth rock bands.
After a long time, the British band Pure Reason Revolution is back with a new album. The band split up in 2011 and now only two of the original members remain. The new album is a fine example of modern progressive rock with fascinating multi-layered duets.
Myrkur has dropped all the black metal and is going full Danish folk on her 3rd album.
I like the album art.
Including cat throat singing and dog tail double bass.
Bohren’s new video of pure bliss. On a darker note, the video references Rosemarie Nitribitt.
Jambinai is one of the best bands combining traditional instruments with modern rock. This 9-minute song is a journey from the sublime to the epic. It’s really surprising how the song evolves throughout its playing time, how mood and atmosphere shift. You may also want to listen to the full album. It’s a masterpiece of avant-rock music.