Sa Bruxa – From The Depths MCD

***NEW RELEASE*** OUT NOW*** SA BRUXA – FROM THE DEPTHS MCD £6+ Postage. Trades also welcome Meaning “The Witch” in the Sardinian language, Sa Bruxa is the haunted solitary vision of Giuseppe Novella. On this new recording, our Italian friend has distilled his cinematic approach into a single eerie movement of ritual death ambience. Genuinely … [Read more…]

Måneskjold / De Forbandede 10″ EP released today!

Two Danish bands go head to head on this small slab of wax. With two songs apiece, expect high energy space rock meets psychedelic organ hard rock. It’s incredibly catchy. Limited to 100 copies only, you can either buy yours at gigs from the bands or via the Yoshiwara Collective for £15.00… https://maneskjold.bandcamp.com/album/solsejler

Bell Lungs + Natalia Beylis : Belfast 9th December 2018

  Framewerk and Yoshiwara Collective presents Bell Lungs and Natalia Beylis. Come and join us for an evening of dreamy-voiced misty melodies and spacey electric piano. Bell Lungs (Scotland) https://bell-lungs.bandcamp.com/ Bell Lungs is from Scotland, UK where she has been building an excellent live reputation and carving out her unique post-folk sound using layered vocals, … [Read more…]

Innercity + Bart De Paepe + David Colohan : Belfast 22nd July 2018

Framewerk and Yoshiwara Collective present Innercity, Bart De Paepe and David Colohan. It promises to be an evening of freeform psychedelia and folk sounds. Innercity (Belgium) https://aguirrerecords.bandcamp.com/album/future-life Innercity is the prolific synth-based project of Belgian Hans Dens, joined on this tour by Eva Tourné (DJ Backstabber) and Bart De Paepe (Sloow Tapes). Though associated with the ambient / … [Read more…]

Interview with Sangre De Muerdago

I found Galician folk band Sangre De Muerdago down an alleyway in the back streets of Belfast. Due to appear with Lynched and two local supports they unfortunately didn’t make it – but their music did! I picked up one of their albums from the merch table. Blown away by the Galican folk sounds I … [Read more…]