“This first release covers so many bases from spiritual jazz to UK hip-hop, indie-folk to post-punk.” Continue reading Ipswich emerging talent festival Brighten The Corners share it’s first wave of acts.
Continuing the fine work laid on January’s ‘Mirror Flexing Jaw’ EP, ‘Trier’ provides a fresh example of Kyoto Kyoto’s rancorous bliss. Continue reading London noiseniks Kyoto Kyoto charge to the front with newest cut ‘trier’.
A forward-thinking new music festival, a portal into Rotterdam’s sweeping streets and historic waterways. Continue reading Rotterdam’s Left Of The Dial resets the standards for new music exploration.
A melting pot of all things guitar, Kyoto Kyoto are a test of the intellect. Words: Varun Govil | Photo: Hanna Gabler It’s a cerebral rush listening to Kyoto Kyoto. The London trio often feel like they’re an examiner testing your musical vocabulary; challenging your knowledge of experimental rock, European folk, and jazz; and forcing you to focus intently. While at times the changes may … Continue reading Eclectic and internationalist, Kyoto Kyoto share their debut EP ‘Mirror Flexing Jaw’.
Art school personified, Kyoto Kyoto are patient with their fierce experiments. Words: Varun Govil | Photo: Gosia Socha Looking across the venues of London, a few overriding emotions prevail and few calm the soul. Anger, anxiety, and disquiet seem to bubble up time and time again as the sounds of post-punk, noise-rock, and all things experimental take a hold of the underground. In some ways, … Continue reading London’s Kyoto Kyoto unfold a simmering fury on ‘Dart Oporto 56’, out on Blitzcat Records.
Football unfortunately didn’t come home, but as of Monday July 19th full capacity gigs are allowed again. The Lightning Seeds played a live gig with Three Lions lyricists David Baddiel and Frank Skinner at London venue 229 as part of the National Lottery and Music Venue Trust’s Revive Live campaign. 00:01 Festival opens at a minute past midnight on Sunday evening in East London this … Continue reading New music, new artists and Hard Of Hearing Firsts #16.