Villagers of Ionnina City Join Sound of Liberation Booking Roster; New Album out Now

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 8th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

Progressive, heavy and psychedelic in a fluid balance that also incorporates elements out of Greek folk, the new album from four-piece Villagers of Ionnina City, dubbed and themed around a mythical Age of Aquarius, is really good. Like, really, really good. Greek bands have been killing it in general the last few years — 1000mods of course, but also acts like Planet of ZeusNaxatras certainly, Puta Volcano, BusSadhus and many others others are stepping from behind the veil of their influences to make statements of their own, and that’s exactly what Villagers of Ionnina City seem to be doing on their second long-player. The album came out in a rush in late September, but I admit I’m still getting to know it as I’ve only had it for a couple days, but it’s got an apparent depth of approach and a conceptual and linear form of songwriting that’s engrossing in a way that bodes well for how it will unfold over longer-term listening.

I’ll be digging in, I guess is what I’m saying.

They’ve just hooked up with Sound of Liberation — one might recall they played Up in Smoke in 2018, which is an affiliated fest — so expect copious European tour dates to come soon. They would seem to be one of many bands from their home country ready to break out. I say go. Go go go. The more the merrier. Greece has a scene at this point that stands up to Germany, Sweden, or even the UK, and it’s as diverse as it is populated. The more people who find out about it the better.

From Sound of Liberation on thee social medias:

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VILLAGERS OF IOANNINA CITY JOIN THE SOUND OF LIBERATION FAMILY

Meet Villagers of Ioannina City ! One of the leading Greek heavy rock bands, with a strong footing in the wealthy folk musical tradition of Epirus, furnished with consistent alt-metal and post rock sonic landscapes.

The inspired mixture of classic rock grooves dwelling between Black Sabbath, Tool and Pearl Jam with the traditional instruments and scales from the Greek rich musical past, created a blend meant to strike an impression both locally and internationally.

Their new album, “Age Of Aquarius”, is exactly what the title implies. A whole new era of creation and experimentation, keeping on board the traditional scent that lies in their roots and at the same time, a modern soundwave of heaviness and atmosphere.

In the meantime feel free to join them on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/villagersofioanninacity

Listen to “Age of Aquarius” on Spotify and all digital platforms here: https://orcd.co/vic_ageofaquarius

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Villagers of Ionnina City, Age of Aquarius (2019)

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Naxatras Bringing Live Rituals at Gagarin 205 to Spotify, Deezer, etc., on Nov. 22

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 7th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

naxatras (Photo by Dan Deutsch)

You about ready for some new Naxatras? Me too. They’ve reportedly started putting material together for their next album, which one assumes and at very least hopes will show up sometime in 2020, but in the meantime, they’re paying another visit to their 2018 offering, Live Rituals at Gagarin 205. Tracked in Athens last April, it found the Greek heavy psych forerunners celebrating the release of their aptly-titled third album,  III (review here), and yes, it’s been on Bandcamp for a while now, but it’ll now also be on Spotify and Deezer what whatever else, and if you pre-save it (Which, I guess… is a thing… you can do… on streaming services?), you get a chance to win the LP version of III. Nice bit of digital/analog interaction there.

If you haven’t heard Live Rituals at Gagarin 205 yet, the Bandcamp player is below. There was also a CD release that came out with Metal Hammer Greece. I don’t even think I dare looking how much that goes for on Discogs.

From the band:

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Naxatras – Live Rituals at Gagarin 205

Back in April 2018 we performed a special show, at Gagarin 205, in Athens, Greece, for the presentation of “III”. We captured the vibe and the feelings of that night and released it in physical form through METAL HAMMER GREECE, back in June 2018.

The time has come to release it digitally as well, on all platforms!

Anyone that pre-saves the album will have a chance of winning our album “III”, in vinyl form. 3 winners will be announced on November 23rd.

Out on November 22nd!

Pre-save link: https://orcd.co/naxatras_liveritualsatgagarin

Tracklisting:
1. You Won’t Be Left Alone 10:57
2. Downer 06:20
3. Machine 10:51
4. Waves 07:33
5. On the Silver Line 09:22
6. Garden of the Senses 10:29
7. I am the Beyonder 11:20
8. The Great Attractor 06:53

Recorded at Gagarin 205 and edited by George Giannikos.
Mixed at Ritual Sound Studios by Dimitris Metaxakis.
Mastered at Grindhouse Studios Athens by George Bokos.
Artwork and design by Christopher Toumazatos aka Chris RW.
Original photo used for the cover by Anastacia Papadaki.

This live album was recorded at our release show for “III” at Gagarin 205, Athens. It was first released as a CD with an issue of Metal Hammer (Greece), June 2018.

Naxatras is:
John Delias – Guitar
Kostas Harizanis – Drums
John Vagenas – Bass & Vocals

https://www.facebook.com/naxatras/
https://naxatras.bandcamp.com/

Naxatras, Live Rituals at Gagarin 205 (2018)

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1000mods Finish Recording Drums; Announce Shows Around Album Sessions in Seattle

Posted in Whathaveyou on November 4th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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Greek heavy rock forerunners 1000mods have announced a quick stint of four shows from Nov. 16-20 with Fatso Jetson and Ape Machine. The band have just finished tracking drums for their next album in Seattle and they’re headed to Litho Studio to continue work with Matt Bayles on the record, which is as yet untitled but will follow behind the 2016 highlight Repeated Exposure To… (review here) and presumably get a release sometime next year through their Ouga Booga and the Mighty Oug Recordings imprint as the next stage in their ambassadorship of Greece’s fertile underground and the general ass-kickery that’s already taken them around the world, including to the US.

I don’t know the timing on these shows, if the album will be done by then or not, but given that it’s almost two weeks from now, I have to think at least there will be significant progress on it, if it’s not actually finished. Maybe some new material live? I certainly wouldn’t mind, so long as some kind soul was on hand to film it. Either way, 1000mods keep excellent company for the trip, as one could hardly ask for more suitable accompaniment than Pacific Northwest denizens Ape Machine and desert rock legends Fatso Jetson. There are only a few of them, but those are going to be some excellent shows.

Dig dig dig:

1000mods west coast shows

So, after some days recording drums at the historical London Bridge Studio, the time has come to leave, unfortunately, this wonderful and legendary place! We have to move on to continue this crazy sonic race, for our upcoming album, at Litho Studio (over)driven by the mighty Matt Bayles, doing his magic and getting this incredible huge sound! Stay tuned! Cheers!

1000mods live:
11.16 El Corazon Funhouse Seattle WA w/ Fatso Jetson & Ape Machine
11.17 Kenton Club Portland OR w/ Fatso Jetson & Ape Machine
11.19 Elbo Room Jack London Oakland CA w/ Fatso Jetson & Ape Machine
11.20 Count’s Vamp’d Las Vegas NV w/ Fatso Jetson & Ape Machine

1000mods is:
Dani G. / Bass & Vox
Giannis S. / Guitars
George T. / Guitars
Labros G. / Drums

https://www.facebook.com/1000mods/
https://1000mods.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/1000mods
www.soundofliberation.com/id-1000mods

1000mods, Repeated Exposure To… (2016)

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Review & Track Premiere: Deaf Radio, Modern Panic

Posted in audiObelisk, Reviews on October 29th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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[Click play above to stream ‘Dance Like a Reptile’ from Deaf Radio’s Modern Panic. Album is out Nov. 15 on Ihaveadrum.]

Denizens of the fervent, driven and admirable Athenian heavy underground, Deaf Radio made their debut with 2017’s Alarm (review here), released through their own imprint, Ihaveadrum. Like that record, the follow-up, Modern Panic, is self-released and sees the four-piece exploring a post-Josh Homme aesthetic, this time seeming to be in direct conversation with Queens of the Stone Age‘s 2013 album, …Like Clockwork. The clarity of production, the spaciousness of quieter moments like the title-track and the earlier “Animals” and even the striking colors and design of the cover art feed into this impression, as well as the vocal style of guitarist Panos Gklinos, joined in the band by guitarist/vocalist Dimitris Sakellariou, as well as bassist Dimitris Georgopoulos and drummer George Diathesopoulos, both of whom handle backing vocals, the compression of the guitar tone in up-front rockers like “Death Club” and “Dance Like a Reptile,” and the fact that it’s in the reaches of side B that Modern Panic makes its greatest and in this case most individualized statement. They do what they do exceedingly well, and I likely wouldn’t hold the Homme influence against them even if they didn’t — they’re hardly the only outfit with one, in any case — and the softer strum and underlying sense of build in the minute-long “Intro” before the rush of “Death Club” kicks in prefaces some of the more atmospheric elements at play both in Modern Panic‘s most thrusting moments and in its broader stretches.

As with Alarm, it is the job of Deaf Radio‘s songwriting to distinguish itself on the whole, and once again it does so with a marked fluidity throughout. “Animals” follows “Death Club” and pits airy, falsetto-leaning vocals against an atmospheric-sounding build as the band establish early on that their second LP will be about more than just careening riffs and the accompanying rhythmic rush. Nothing against that either, mind you. “Dance Like a Reptile” revives the momentum with one of Modern Panic‘s best hooks in its chorus and lead line, and the nine-track/43-minute offering makes a centerpiece of the prior-issued single, “Astypalea” (posted here), and reasonably so. Standing on its own, the song gave an initial ambience in its shimmering guitar and bass, but built up to a straight-ahead verse and chorus that was a sign of the growth Deaf Radio had undertaken in the couple years since their debut. Positioned as it is on Modern Panic, “Astypalea” plays an all the more critical role in providing the transition between the two halves of the record, the first of which is more forward and the second, which moves into broader-reaching and semi-psychedelic fare, almost post-rock at times, but always with a strong current of purpose and structure beneath. In addition to some highlight vocal interplay — an as-yet-underutilized asset on the part of the band; you’ve got four singers listed in your lineup, so make with the arrangements already — “Astypalea” shows the path forward for Deaf Radio in terms of establishing their own personality within the sonic sphere in which they’ve chosen to operate. What they do — if anything — with that potential avenue will of course be up to them, but it’s there should they want to see it.

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Perhaps most crucially, “Astypalea” does this by bringing together the two sides of Modern Panic‘s persona as noted. The division between what comes before “Astypalea” and what comes after isn’t so thick a line, necessarily — there are rocking and atmospheric moments on both sides — but the centerpiece does the work often given to a closer in summarizing the outing as a whole. Where it is, however, that means it’s also an introduction from which a song like the title-track can launch outward, which it most definitely does. It’s here that Deaf Radio are maybe their most like …Like Clockwork, from the brooding croon at the outset to the payoff at the end, calling to mind the blend of linearity, methodical riffing and ambience in songs like Queens of the Stone Age pieces like “I Appear Missing” and “Kalopsia” from the mentioned album. Again, Deaf Radio wear it well, and on their sleeve. “Colours” comes to ground around some tighter fuzz and a more stead-ahead rhythm, with a dark boogie and that moves into an effective melodic wash in the chorus tying it to where it lies on the record — that is, making it fit between “Modern Panic” and the subsequent “Fossils” — a sudden ending after about four minutes in bringing a quiet reprise of the central guitar figure en route to the start of “Fossils,” which is the longest inclusion at 6:44.

Like “Astypalea,” “Fossils” draws a bit from all sides, but its divisions are less stark and so it’s all the more cohesive, and its slot as the penultimate cut on Modern Panic is of course no coincidence. Its immersive final push is the crescendo of the album as a whole, and it works well toward that end, less concerned with summary than with its own sweeping energy, and rightly so, as the one takes care of the other. That leaves closer “Gas Station People” as something of an epilogue, but an earned one, with a final showcase of Deaf Radio‘s emerging patience of craft and their ability to reshape their approach to suit the needs of a song’s mood. In this case, that means crashing out hard and slow into a long fadeout that leaves a weighty silence when the song, and thus album, is over. So be it. As much as Deaf Radio pull off the blend of edge and accessibility that so typifies the chief influence under which they’re working, the most satisfying impacts of Modern Panic come from the moments when the band let their more individualized side come through. “Gas Station People” is one, and whatever familiarity might coincide, even the most reminiscent parts of Modern Panic see some of the band’s spirit manifest. They are, then, headed in the right direction and working quickly to establish their place among the crowded sphere of Greek heavy rock. They’ve got the songs to get there — almost sneakily memorable, they are; you know them before you know you know them — and ultimately, that is what will continue to serve them best.

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Godsleep European Tour Starts Oct. 30

Posted in Whathaveyou on October 14th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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Later this month, Athenian heavy rockers Godsleep will embark on a round of tour dates that will find them not only in their native Greece, but also Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Germany, Switzterland  and Croatia. Eight countries. The tour takes place over the course of most of November as it covers this swath of the continent, and it finds the four-piece out supporting their late-2018 sophomore outing, Coming of Age (review here), which came out last November through The Lab Records and Threechords Records as the follow-up to 2015’s Thousand Sons of Sleep (review here). The second LP marked the arrival of vocalist Amie Makris to the lineup, which gave the songs a refreshed feel and a due amount of soulfulness to go along with their fuzzy push in tracks like “Unlearn” and the dynamic shifts of “Karma is a Kid.”

Touring a year after the release, well, it’s probably not ideal, but you work with what you’ve got and no doubt Godsleep will make the run worth the trip one way or the other. Dates follow, as well as the Coming of Age stream, should you want to get reacquainted:

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GODSLEEP – EUROPEAN TOUR 2019

This fall we are on a mission.

Follow us on this trip along the roads of Europe and let’s find out how deep the rabbit hole goes.

Long live rock ‘n’ roll!

See you down the hall…

30.10 IOANNINA (GR), CASTILLO
31.10 SOFIA (BG), MIXTAPE
01.11 BUCHAREST (RO), EXPIRAT
02.11 CLUJ (RO), FLYING CIRCUS
03.11 TIMISOARA (RO), CAPCANA
05.11 BUDAPEST (HU), ROBOT
06.11 LODZ (PL), MAGNETOFON
07.11 KATOWICE (PL), FAUST
08.11 TORUN (PL), DWA SWIATY
09.11 BERLIN (DE), HEADZ UP FEST
10.11 HAMBURG (DE), MS STUBNITZ
12.11 TRIER (DE), LUCKY’S LUKE
13.11 FRANKFURT (DE), DREIKÖNIGSKELLER FFM
14.11 MANNHEIM (DE), JUGENDHAUS SCHÖNAU
15.11 POTSDAM (DE), ARCHIV
16.11 LEUVEN (BE), JH SOJO
19.11 WEIMAR (DE), C.KELLER
21.11 LUCERNE (CH), BRUCH BROTHER’S
22.11 RADEBEUL (DE), BARNYARD
23.11 SALZBURG (AT), DOME OF ROCK FESTIVAL
24.11 ZAGREB (HR), KSET
27.11 THESSALONIKI (GR), ROVER

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Godsleep, Coming of Age (2018)

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Acid Mammoth Sign to Heavy Psych Sounds for Under Acid Hoof Release; Preorders Start Today

Posted in Whathaveyou on October 10th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

Having zero prior experience with Greek doomers Acid Mammoth, I opted to jump into their 2017 self-titled debut at the most reasonable point — its 18-minute closing track, “Black Rites.” This is not a decision I regret. The Athens four-piece thereby dig into dark classic doom vibes and choice riffs and melodies that offer stomp enough to suit the nodders and a sense of space in the proceedings that gives them an air of their own even as they still might reasonably call themselves “traditional” in form. The second album is called Under Acid Hoof, which, you know, I guess is fair game when you’re Acid Mammoth, and it’ll be released early next year through Heavy Psych Sounds.

That in itself is something worth noting. Not just because Heavy Psych Sounds is constantly picking up new bands — they are — but because so few of them are outright doom. Acid Mammoth legitimately bring something to the label it didn’t really have before, and as so much of the imprint’s focus has been on desert rock and psychedelia over the last few years, it’ll be interesting to see how Acid Mammoth fit in. Like the sludgy Deadsmoke, they’re a standout on the roster. Some bands thrive in that position, and doom has never been about being too comfortable.

Here’s the album announcement from the PR wire:

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Heavy Psych Sounds Records & Booking is really proud to present a new band signing *** ACID MAMMOTH ***

Acid Mammoth is a doom metal band from Athens, Greece. The band was formed in 2015 by Chris Babalis Jr. (Vocals & Guitars) and Dimosthenis Varikos (Bass), good friends since high school, with a deep love for Sabbath and other heavy music. They were quickly joined by their very good friend Marios Louvaris (Drums) and Chris Babalis Sr. (Guitars), Jr.’s father. Acid Mammoth is more than just a band of friends. They are a family.

In late 2016, the band recorded its self-titled, debut full-length album, which they self-released digitally in autumn of 2017. The album was well received, and it wasn’t long before the band was in the studio again to record its second full-length album “Under Acid Hoof”. This time darker, heavier and fuzzier.

Heavy Psych Sounds Records welcomed the Greek Doomers in his roster after the first listening of the new album.

NEW ALBUM PRESALE STARTS: OCTOBER 10th

ACID MAMMOTH is:
Chris Babalis Jr. – Vocals, Guitars
Chris Babalis Sr. – Guitars
Dimosthenis Varikos – Bass
Marios Louvaris – Drums

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https://acidmammoth.bandcamp.com/
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Acid Mammoth, Acid Mammoth (2017)

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Deaf Radio Announce Nov. 15 Release for Modern Panic

Posted in Whathaveyou on September 18th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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Greece’s Deaf Radio teased the promise of their next album with the release of the single ‘Astypalea’ (posted here) back in June. It’s been some three months since that track went out, so getting news of said album is welcome. It’s called Modern Panic and the release is set for Nov. 15 through Ihaveadrum Records. The art, which you can see below, is on-theme with what accompanied the single as well, and the band offers some illumination about what the general thematic is this time around, specifically citing, “lonerism, homophobia, racism, drug use and social media addiction.”

That’s not a little ground to cover, but if you’ll recall, one of the things that their debut, 2017’s Alarm (review here), had working in its favor was efficiency, so I have little doubt the Athens four-piece will get where they’re going this time out.

The PR wire has it like this, preorder link and all:

deaf radio modern panic

Rising Psychedelic Rockers DEAF RADIO Return with New Album, Modern Panic

Released on 15th November on ihaveadrum

Pre-order Modern Panic here: https://deafradio.bandcamp.com/album/modern-panic

Following the release of their ‘Astypalea’ single in June, Athens’s leading psych rock quartet Deaf Radio are thrilled to announce the official release of their sophomore album on 15th November via ihaveadrum.

As chief proponents of hard rock and grievous genre assault, ever since the release of their debut album in 2017, the band has been hailed by many as one of the most exciting alt-rock bands to emerge from Greece in recent memory. With Alarm garnering thousands of streams online and gaining ecstatic praise from sell-out crowds when performed live across Europe, expectation are high for the release of Modern Panic; a sprawling, exhilarating and breathtaking record that promises to leave no ear unturned:

“Modern Panic isn’t just Alarm’s successor,” explains guitarist, Panos Gklinos. “It’s a record through which we redefine the band’s identity. Composing it felt like looking at a mirror, suddenly noticing something is changed and then embracing it. Musically there are moments where raw and powerful elements come to surface and others in which we our reveal darker shades. Written between London, New York, Athens and Crete, the changes in the mood of the record are ferocious, while lyrically it reflects on modern society’s issues such as lonerism, homophobia, racism, drug use and social media addiction.”

Having shared bills with the likes of The Killers, All Them Witches, 1000mods and The Kills while touring in 2017 and 2018, Deaf Radio honed the sound and feel of these new songs on the road, live and in-person with thousands of fans in over thirty different cities across Europe. An endeavour which opened the band up to the most perfect proving grounds for testing new material, when seeking to make that perfect next record.

“There’s no doubt that Alarm’s success set the bar high, but in reality, once you put a record out there it’s all out of your control. People can resonate to it and give it a whole new meaning. It’s a chess game, we made our move, now we can’t wait to see how people react and how they will experience Modern Panic.”

Deaf Radio are:
Panos Gklinos (Vocals & Guitar)
Dimitris Sakellariou (Guitar & Vocals)
Dimitris Georgopoulos (Bass & Backing Vocals)
George Diathesopoulos (Drums & Backings Vocals)

https://www.facebook.com/deafradioband
https://www.instagram.com/deaf.radio/
https://deafradio.bandcamp.com/

Deaf Radio, “Astypalea”

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Chickn Premiere “Infrared Panda Club” Lyric Video; Bel Esprit out Oct. 18

Posted in Bootleg Theater on July 18th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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Please, three minutes of your time. I promise it’s for a good cause. Among the best causes, actually, as I can think of few hills as much worth dying on as that of the willfully weird, and Athens’ Chickn — no Google, I didn’t forget the ‘e’ — will issue their third album, Bel Esprit, through Inner Ear Records on Oct. 18. The new outing follows last year’s Wowsers! (discussed here) and their 2016 self-titled debut (discussed here), and it brings “Infrared Panda Club” as the first audio to be officially released to the public. And yes, it’s three minutes, and yes, it’s a strange and hypnotic delight, the kind of thing you can’t quite look away from and you’re not sure why. An earworm in the classic sense but with a sound likewise indebted to P-Funk and Talking Heads that I expect in no way represents the full scope of the album, as the band at this point have a history with a swath of genres at their disposal. They are a blast, and “Infrared Panda Club” is a blast, and for everyone who might be in one of those “everything-sounds-the-same” ruts, I guarantee that whatever you’re listening to, there’s at least a 93 percent chance it doesn’t sound like Chickn. Take three minutes an play those odds.

chickn infrared panda club (Song Artwork by Eftychia Vlachou)One doesn’t want to generalize, but I consider Chickn emblematic of the more adventurous side of Greek’s heavy rock underground in general, particularly in their willingness to incorporate beyond-genre influences into an experimentalist approach that still keeps its structure intact. They are downright gleeful on “Infrared Panda Club” — which is meant to make no more sense than it does — toying with different layers of rhymes amid funky keys and percussion and lyrics worthy of the lyric video you can see them in below. It’s hyper-stylized, and again, I wouldn’t think the whole album functions the same way, but it definitely works for this three minutes, and as a first teaser for Bel Esprit to come, it for sure makes me curious what the hell other shenanigans Chickn might be up to this time around. Guess we’ll find out in October.

Good times.

You can check out “Infrared Panda Club” on the video embed below — again, it’s only three minutes, and it’s so weird; just make it happen — and dig into more info from the PR wire beneath that.

Please enjoy:

Chickn, “Infrared Panda Club” lyric video premiere

Chickn are happy to announce a new album. “Bel Esprit” is due out on October 18 via Inner Ear Records. The follow-up to last year’s “Wowsers” sees the Greek psych-heads exploring a variety of different styles. From garage-blues to synth-prog and beyond, “Bel Esprit” will generously provide you with all the touchy – feeliness you’ll ever need. It will be hidden inside intimate voices telling distant stories, cosmic whistles or even in the form of cadenced grooves from outer space.

“Bel Esprit” was recorded between March and June of 2019 in Athens, Greece engineered by Nikos Triantafyllou and Iraklis Vlahakis, produced by Angelos Krallis & CHICKN.

“Infrared Panda Club” is the first offer of CHICKN’s third LP “Bel Esprit”, track-listed third on the album. A truly bizarre yet uplifting song that popped Angelos, the band’s guitarist and vocalist, out of a nightmare some months ago and furled into the smallest club into this world. It’s nothing more but an Infrared, meaning when not using a filter the club behaves like a normal club with no special characteristics. Alike Panda bears, it involves gallons of water. Feel free to join the Club!

Chickn are:
Angelos Krallis – Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizers
Pantelis Karasevdas – Drums/ Percussion
Chris Bkrs – String Machine, Guitar
Axios Zafeirakos – Bass
Don Stavrinos – Trumpet/ Percussion

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