BLACK TOSKA Someone's Nightmare Blues (10")

11.99 €
PRODUCT CODE: EBR-10012

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Acid blues, corrosive in a thick fog - like that cover commissioned from James Jhonston & mdash; but also poetic, where mental images and deep feelings are combined, which come out of the entrails to express them in songs with short and emphatically concise lyrics evoking an indefinable longing for love. Looking for textures in their interpretations to exorcise what they carry inside. Black Toska leaves us an Ep of six songs of less than three minutes each, more than enough to show us that they are a band endowed with cubic and unusual intensity. Winged reminiscences reminiscent of the intensity of an anguished Nick Cave or PJ Harvey's first-time sassy, ​​even a Captain Beetheart painting pictures in his retirement loft or a Jeffrey Lee Pierce reviewing old blues records that he should listen to. in their teens. Influences also recognized by 16 Horsepower or Wovenhand.
Black Toska speak to us in their lyrics of moldy breathing, pressure in the chest and patios of bones, something that would be almost fatal if It was not because they are capable of transforming sinister feelings into contained rage that does not escape, because if it did, we would no longer be talking about a band that
deliberately recognizes itself as underground.

The media Treachery times typical of Kim Salmon staring at the ground, move to the speed of rolls in a more sedate Someone & rsquo; s Nightmare Blues, with About Doves & amp; Hawks, everything becomes more organic and natural. Come Closer is that stone bridge that is crossed at night with a lantern included. Four Seasons Love clinquinea lovemaking harmonics and Wolves Rats & amp; Crows returns to acidity in case we were not sure of what the story was going. All in less than a quarter of an hour.

- Text: Artefactum Fanzine -


Limited edition of 250 copies.


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Acid blues, corrosive in a thick fog - like that cover commissioned from James Jhonston & mdash; but also poetic, where mental images and deep feelings are combined, which come out of the entrails to express them in songs with short and emphatically concise lyrics evoking an indefinable longing for love. Looking for textures in their interpretations to exorcise what they carry inside. Black Toska leaves us an Ep of six songs of less than three minutes each, more than enough to show us that they are a band endowed with cubic and unusual intensity. Winged reminiscences reminiscent of the intensity of an anguished Nick Cave or PJ Harvey's first-time sassy, ​​even a Captain Beetheart painting pictures in his retirement loft or a Jeffrey Lee Pierce reviewing old blues records that he should listen to. in their teens. Influences also recognized by 16 Horsepower or Wovenhand.
Black Toska speak to us in their lyrics of moldy breathing, pressure in the chest and patios of bones, something that would be almost fatal if It was not because they are capable of transforming sinister feelings into contained rage that does not escape, because if it did, we would no longer be talking about a band that
deliberately recognizes itself as underground.

The media Treachery times typical of Kim Salmon staring at the ground, move to the speed of rolls in a more sedate Someone & rsquo; s Nightmare Blues, with About Doves & amp; Hawks, everything becomes more organic and natural. Come Closer is that stone bridge that is crossed at night with a lantern included. Four Seasons Love clinquinea lovemaking harmonics and Wolves Rats & amp; Crows returns to acidity in case we were not sure of what the story was going. All in less than a quarter of an hour.

- Text: Artefactum Fanzine -

Limited edition of 250 copies.

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