"The band JUNK plays its own original music made first to satisfy the musicians that make it. We blend styles to make us feel good when we listen to it." Dirty D / JUNK
"I always find something new in Playscapes for myself and often start thinking, wait, how did we do it and why does it sound like that. This is literally my playscape in music with all the different instruments and my voice used together and through with electronics. A Nordic innovative electroacoustic breeze." Tuulikki Bartosik
"Ethic Endless Fun" is a whole new territory for music lovers searching for something different, and not just noise music different, but an alternate and refreshing vision of the concept of rhythm.
Inspired by the wolf-shaped yet entirely human killers living much closer to us than we would have suggested, the single reveals the disturbing grim world that resides in their souls.
In grim times, the Qwarks search out moments of joy, riding on a wave of psychedelic joie de vivre with the backdrop of a barren wasteland of fragmented selfies and melting database columns. In the desert by a campfire they met the Reverend Zebadiah Hawkwind III who attempted to exorcise their demons through a heavy dose of 5/4 psyche based skronk.
"Kryptomarch" is the first single release of their upcoming album "Isles of You", together with the social-audio web-app islesofyou. It is a futuristic mix between electronica and organic elements, which include a heavily processed bass clarinet and vibraphone. It is very difficult to identify which is which as it is all very carefully (and heavily) shaped.
Her music falls somewhere between Björk's Medúlla and FKA twigs' LP1 with a dash of Fiona Apple just for the hell of it. Needless to say, her sounds are incredible and captivate the listener like few other artists are capable of doing.
Lee Leffler and Michael Frackelton have kept their same uncompromising sensibilities throughout the years, which can be heard in the sounds they create. A wild and unique experience indeed that forces us to bail in or bail out, there's not in between. So, what's it gonna be? Listen now!
"My music processes riding the waves of mental health, particularly as it relates to dysregulation, addiction, shame, relational trauma, and dissociation. Because of this, I speak candidly about my lived experience through my music and expressions of artistic identity as an act of de-stigmatization." Gillian Stone