The reason why the year 2014 in Wolfgang Möstls personal music history only secondarily marks the year Killed by 9V Batteries were brought to an end invokes comparisons to the Beatles, hides itself very Sgt. Pepper-like behind a concept of nerdy homages, and celebrates a varied party of twelve Lo-Fi gems starting with its artwork: Mile Me Deaf probably have never been better than on their wonderfully easygoing collection of catchy tunes ‚Holography‚. One year after he helped bringing Sex Jams noiserock to the next level, Wolfgang Möstl continues to make no mistakes on his several playgrounds. And we’re still allowed to miss Killed by 9V Batteries.
Bulbul – ‚[amazon_link id=“B00IAC4UO2″ target=“_blank“ ]Hirn Fein Hacken[/amazon_link]‘
Once more, a masterpiece from the masters. Sounds like Bulbul from the beginning to the end, which I like very much.
Ruby Fray – ‚[amazon_link id=“B00MG4XNSY“ target=“_blank“ ]Grackle[/amazon_link]‘
A gorgeous new record on K records. Played with Sex Jams in New Orleans, equally as stunning live. For real.
Bugs and Rats – ‚Bugs and Rats‚
Amazing noise band from Boston/Massachusetts. A bit of Unwound with a vocalist, who ranges from Gollum to Mickey Mouse. I like!
Scarlet Chives – [amazon_link id=“B00IKWUPJ6″ target=“_blank“ ]This is Protection[/amazon_link]‘
(Came out last year in Sweden, but was released in 2014 in Austria) Best dreampop record of 2014! Listened to this by far the most of all these records.