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Sanguine Hum

Sanguine Hum is the third group to feature the line up of Matt Baber, Joff Winks, Paul Mallyon and Brad Waissman and builds on the strong foundations left by its preceding musical ancestors. In effect, Sanguine Hum is a “no holds barred” approach to being a rock band. Complex ensemble work, profound song-writing, uniquely ambitious instrumental pieces and an equally important attention to the sonic landscape of the music as a whole give the band its defining characteristics. Sanguine Hum will excite both existing fans of Joff Winks Band and Antique Seeking Nuns and open the door for a brand new audience looking to engage with music of integrity, passion and musical intelligence.


John Kelman's Best Releases of 2018

Read "John Kelman's Best Releases of 2018" reviewed by John Kelman

Once again, the chronic health problem that has reduced my writing pace to a crawl continues without any respite. My best of the year lists have traditionally been predicated upon having reviewed the releases chosen, but with only a relative handful of reviews to choose from this year (and with those choices, more than ever now, ...


Il meglio del 2016 secondo Claudio Bonomi

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Una top ten ecumenica quella del 2016 che prende un po' da tutti i generi e da tutti i Paesi. Si decolla da casa nostra, dalle Marche per la precisione, con gli Agorà che tornano alla ribalta con un live avvincente e non scontato che vede l'Area Patrizio Fariselli alle tastiere elettriche, per atterrare in Indonesia ...

Sanguine Hum: What We Ask Is Where We Begin - The Songs for Days Sessions

Label: Esoteric Antenna
Released: 2016
Track listing: CD1 (Songs for Days): Bookend; Revisited Song; Before We Bow Down; Cast Adrift; Juniper; Interlude One; Little Machines; Milo; It Grows in Me Garden; Interlude Two; Someone Else's Words; Hedonic Treadmill; Ace Train; Revisited Song Revisited; Morning Sun. CD2 (Where We Begin): Remixed Singles: New Streets; Share My Blues; Nothing Left to Prove; Unreleased Music: Apple Pie; Cartoon Friends; Bastard Stretch; Double; Dressed Up in Rags; Quartet; To Them Only; Here at the Western World. Session Out-Takes: Perc Tune (There's No Hum); Melted Cheese; Revisited Song Revisited (Again); Morning Sun (Basic Take); Bookends (Solo Piano Version).

Sanguine Hum: What We Ask Is Where We Begin - The Songs for Days Sessions

Read "Sanguine Hum: What We Ask Is Where We Begin - The Songs for Days Sessions" reviewed by John Kelman

Few groups in the history of music can be credited with having come up with something as wonderfully absurd (yet, somehow, totally making sense) as Sanguine Hum. On its last album, the two-CD concept album Now We Have Light (Esoteric Antenna, 2014), the group told the story of a Dystopian future where our hero, Don (just ...

Sanguine Hum: Now We Have Light

Label: Esoteric Antenna
Released: 2015
Track listing: CD1: Desolation Song; Drastic Attic; Getting Warmer; Out of Mind; Theft; "Shit!"; Chat Show; Derision. CD2: Just a Prelude; Cat Factory; On the Beach; End of the Line; Spamming the Eternal Abyss: (i) A Temporal Forest, (ii) The Gutsy Forest, (iii) Cog, (iv) On Another Beach, (v) Double Bubble Trouble; Bubble Trouble; Settle Down.


Sanguine Hum: Now We Have Light

Read "Sanguine Hum: Now We Have Light" reviewed by John Kelman

Sometimes things take a long time to gestate in the minds of musicians, but Sanguine Hum may well be eligible for entry in the Guinness Book of World Records-- if there was such a category (and if there isn't, perhaps now there should be)--for Longest Time to Bring a Musical Concept to Fruition. OK, it's a ...


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