Ranging from orchestral extravaganzas to short death escapades, Tremoro Tarantura explores its own limits between the ugly and the beautiful, constantly verging on the edge of disaster. They shake hands with imperfection, but somehow manage to keep a strong melody which guides the listener through the eclectic romanticism, and into the light.
Norwegian Tremoro Tarantura came to life October 2010, and released its first LP titiled "Virtulipan Collapseecon" only a few weeks later, followed up by the infamous "Escapadarius Thrashcant" 7-inch March 2011. The band is known by refusing working in studio environment and has a strict policy of capturing their creative outbursts on obscure locations, including everything from haunted buildings to churches. Music of [ Tremoro Tarantura ] should be considered as field-recordings, and nothing else.
Drawing inspiration from Ac/Dc and Penderecki, to Teo Macero and Gainsbourg, the band has managed to create a sound which often goes beyond common sense, rewarding the ears of the patient and ignoring the possibility of complete hearing loss as a result of inhuman volumes.
"Vayyns" is [ Tremoro Tarantura`s ] first single from upcoming mini-album entitled "Avaleeches". The track was recorded in a haunted house outside Oslo and the release will feature guest appearances from Zweizz, Stian Skagen (Concept.Virus, Årabrot) and Andreas Larssen (Deathcrush), among others. Mastered by Jaime Gomez Arellano (Ulver, Ghost, Æthenor) at Orgone Studios in London. Out early 2012 through Circusia Recordings.
Ranging from orchestral extravaganzas to short death escapades, Tremoro Tarantura explores its own limits between the ugly and the beautiful, constantly verging on the edge of disaster. They shake hands with imperfection, but somehow manage to keep a strong melody which guides the listener through the eclectic romanticism, and into the light. This is Tremoro Tarantura`s second single from upcoming LP entitled "Avaleeches". The release will feature guest appearances from, Stian Skagen(Concept.Virus, Årabrot) and Dag Stiberg(Le Corbeau ,Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O), among others. Mastered by Jaime Gomez Arellano(Ulver, Ghost, Æthenor) at Orgone Studioes in London. Out before next solar eclipse.
The Great Long Distance is an audible recollection of the first 12 months of a long distance relationship, including the highs and lows and moments in between. It is a journal without words, each of the 12 tracks representing each month respectively. Inspired by the format of NIN's "Ghosts I-IV", the album is a sonic tapestry of different moods and themes, with various recurring motifs and the subtle melding of synthesizer and samples; the result something not quite classical, ambient or electronic - rather, an eclectic blend of the three. For fans of Ólafur Arnalds, Nils Frahm and later Ulver
In order to excel in the independent music industry, an act has to define itself as especially unique with a sound quite unlike anything else in the community. This is a tall order, one that isn’t easily filled by acts entering variations of rock music due to the immense amount of bands flooding the scene right now. Palehorse/Palerider, a “doomgaze” trio from Denver, has released an EP entitled ‘Burial Songs’ that does a surprisingly superb job at separating itself from the pack. Let’s delve into it.
Even though the independent rock scene is quite inundated with new acts, there’s always a welcome place for an outfit that changes the formula enough to be consistently interesting and worth taking notice of. The New York-based alternative rock group Voices from Deep Below attempts to do just that, fusing together a variety of styles into a surprisingly coherent sound. Their new record, “I Want to Stand Where the Sun Himself Shakes with Fear”, is a five song album that navigates alt-rock, experimental, and borderline metal and progressive influences all at the same time.