The anticipated debut album from Sundara Karma. This is a band we've been into for a good while now, they played at New Slang with The Wombats and we've been excited by singles like Loveblood and Flame. A great UK guitar-indie-band doing the indie thing their own way! Fans of Blossoms, Swim Deep and The Kill.
Good Karma is the tenth studio album by Swedish pop rock duo Roxette. The album was released on 3 June 2016 by Parlophone. It is the first album under a new international recording contract with Parlophone's parent company, Warner Music Group. "It Just Happens" was released as the album's first single on 8 April 2016. Per Gessle said of the album: "For the new record, we wanted to combine our classic Roxette sound with a modern and slightly unpredictable production to create a soundscape where you would both recognise our sound and find something new."
Hailing from the Aschaffenburg region in Germany My Sleeping Karma started in 2005 as a side-project of the stoner rock band 'The Great Escape'. In March 2006 they began with recordings for their eponymous debut and when 'The Great Escape' disbanded in September they could fully concentrate on the new project. It was the end of the year when the band finally offered the self-released album which holds a blend of psychedelic, space, stoner and post rock.
For the next album the band members still tried to take more attention for detail. They released 'Satya' in in 2008 provided with some Buddhistic references, samples and some vocals - hypnotic, trippy spacey as well as explosive here and there.
German instrumental group My Sleeping Karma have been carving out a unique niche over their previous four albums. The group’s sound takes progressive metal, post-rock, psychedelic rock, and heavy shades of Eastern music influence into a rather immersive listening experience. On its most recent fifth record, "Moksha", we find My Sleeping Karma honing in even further into a comfort zone. Very rarely do the songs break out into metallic fury, but much like The Ocean, the results are powerful and wonderful. It takes a couple songs to really get the feel for what the band does, but that’s common of any music with post-rock or psych leanings…