Interview with Maribel

Delusions of Adequacy:  Hiya Pål E and Lewi!  I just adore your sound that melds the dreamy with the dissonant, the melodic with the abrasive, and the languorous with the propulsive, which recalls the best bits of bands like My Bloody Valentine and Serena-Maneesh.  Can you introduce yourselves and go over who plays what and/or sings in the … [Read more...]

Maribel – Aesthetics

Maribel band members Liv, Kjetil, Lewi, and Pål hail from Norway and they create unremittingly lacerating, dreamy, melodic, and warped noise à la Serena-Maneesh, with a generous helping of My Bloody Valentine and A Place To Bury Strangers swirled into the gnashing, dashing sonic sea.  The unadulterated tunes overtake the listener with an acute, … [Read more...]

Keith Canisius – Waves

Danish musician Keith Canisius would’ve done well to omit the lyrics from the liner notes of his latest album. Had he done so, then his androgynous vocals - so heavily processed with various reverb and vocoder effects - would’ve just harmlessly and inconspicuously floated by without notice, much like his songs. As is often the case with music that … [Read more...]