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Samsara
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Vastness
by Christopher Sky


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The World of Dust “Samsara” Out Now (Vinyl, CD, Digital)

The day has finally come! Samsara, the utterly brilliant collaboration between Dutch slowcore dream-pop artist The World of Dust’s Stefan Breuer and Todd Tobias (Guided by Voices, Robert Pollard, Circus Devils) has now officially entered the world. The album is...

Three Questions With Connected View

Connected View produce trojan horses. On first listen their output is littered with seemingly innocent, naive late-night instrumental jams, but on each successive spin you begin to notice the patterns and the purposefulness. By this time the woozy, rolling melodies...

The World of Dust (feat. Todd Tobias) – New Single, Album Soon!

We’re very excited to announce the release of the new single by Dutch slowcore dream-pop artist The World of Dust. ‘Blood’ is lifted from The World of Dust’s fifth album Samsara, which features our very own Todd Tobias. The album will see...

Moonchy & Tobias in HCTF Best of 2018!

Pat Moonchy and Todd Tobias’s brilliant debut collaboration has been named in the top ten best albums of 2018 by the wonderful Here Comes The Flood blog. Check out the list here, and soak yourself in the dizzying glory that is Moonchy & Tobias here. All...

Latest Reviews

Kramies ‘Of All The Places Been’ Reviewed at Fuzzy Logic

“There’s a bunch of videos out there. Some of them are good. Some of them are a cut above. I like to think my picks for Video of The Day are a cut (or two) above. The last day of the year is a heavy kind of day. It’s a time when many folks think of the...

Chloe March ‘Snow Bird’ Reviewed at Trust The Doc

“Staying on the subject of semi-classical and beautifully ethereal Pop music, TTD favourite and, as I always feel obliged to point out, no relation Chloë March rounds off what has been quite some year with  winter tune entitled Snow Bird. So I was delighted to...

Alpha Hall “Omens” Reviewed at Forte

“Ballarat’s own Alpha Hall have made landing with the release of their debut album, Omens – a hypnotic album with psychedelic and mesmerising tracks. It’s not easy to put a label on Alpha Hall’s music genre, but it would probably be something along the lines of...

Kramies “Of all the Places Been & Everything the End” Reviewed at A Decouvrir Absolument

I was listening to his record, when I fell asleep, awake, I was kidnapped years of me, pen in hand, one day in Paris, I was 36, I think, still fresh Fine Arts, I was taken hostage by an illumination, beauty. There are not always clear reasons for these errors produced by his ethereal music, I will logically find myself in a plain of the green Erin to name Celtic deities, both ocean and rock, whose shiny and pale beauty Irish people who were happy, although dark, would have made me fall in love with them, but in these melodies there is art without law, sensuousness without norms and rules, the free lightness of the mind, its malleability to flow from aKramies “” Reviewed at color has a sound, a flavor has a name, there is this magic of unreal, of dreamlike that only lands when it touches the bank of the heart, there is confinement in us, in our experiences, which progressively divide the surpluses and reach the matter of pleasure, like a fountain of youth in our emotions, a return to the moment when, without knowing it, we were dazzled. Strangely, I went somewhere else, almost the opposite, without knowing at the beginning why, but I also remember having sometimes had the image of the “Castle of the Pyrenees” of Magritte while listening to Simon And Garfunkel, this world is too much large to provide only one image per hymn.

Moonchy & Tobias ‘ La Bete Et La Belle’ Reviewed at Dark Life Experience

Pat Moonchy and Todd Tobias bring with the song “La Bete Et La Belle” a piece of music that stands out with its experimental nature of the mainstream. The mix of psychedelic and dark industrial mood captures the listener but at the latest with the supremely versatile voice Moonchys, skillfully exploiting every facet, height and depth. Yeah, you only hear Moonchy sing in the song. In addition to the featured song, you should definitely listen to the same name album of the band, because as for the versatility of the duo, you get here the full overview. A journey through the most diverse, beautiful musical landscapes worthwhile.


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