Video: Landing – Morning Sun

  The magnificent Landing are back with another slice of their dreamy, abstract music. Less earthly, more airy, ‘Morning Sun’ embraces the drone nature of the band, with playful arpeggios swirling with synth swells. It’s a very rich atmosphere, something you can expect Landing to deliver without a hitch. Their new album, Third Sight, will be out on June 17th on El Paraiso Records. Pre-order here.  Check our (oldish) interview with … Continue reading Video: Landing – Morning Sun

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Singles Review: Wampire, URSS bajo el Arbol, Ummagma, Painted Palms, Me You and Thomas, Landing

Greetings, readers eating apple jam filled doughnuts (via Dunkin Donuts)!  Welcome to another edition of our “reviewing releases late again” single reviews column.

This week’s singles come courtesy of a lifelong depression triggered by that bad ending I got in S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernobyl. Shit, that was depressing, son.

Ah, singles, right:

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Interview – Landing

Landing – Image from official site.

We have a thing here at Sloucher.org (besides blowing our own trumpets) about dreamy music (the term is included in 95% of all reviews – fact). We love it and it’s a genre that makes our hearts flutter and our minds wander into vast arc hues.  So when we heard Landing were coming back to the breach with a spiffy new album, we emailed them a bunch of questions. In advance, thanks to the band, specially Aaron who took the time off his busy schedule to answer our tripe.  Continue reading “Interview – Landing”