Sadcore Bricolage 01

New music recommendations have been coming thick and fast this past week. I wanted to share some of these songs with you. Check out this first Sadcore Bricolage Spotify playlist.

A Catalogue of Woe Reviews

It’s been six months since t.k. bollinger and that sinking feeling released A Catalogue of Woe. A feat that my blogging brain has not, as yet, celebrated. Rather than bore you with slanted insiderisms, I thought I’d post a few quotes and links to reviews from the States and Europe […]

Naked Despair

As those linked to us on the facebook juggernaut may know I have a show coming up on the 20th of December, but what you may not know is that we are also working on 3 albums at the same time: the ongoing covers collection “The Roots of Despair”; the […]

Betting on Your Dying Day Video

The other day I was having my regular coffee and philosophy rap with my friend Matthew Engert. Matthew has been threatening to make a music video for one of the tunes I’ve been recording with my band, that sinking feeling, for a long while. But on this day, once the […]

What is a protest song?

Protesting, in its original form, was a positive affirmation made in one’s defence – to testify one’s truth. Truth, with its tendency to point the finger at shysters, by its very nature, is often unpopular. And pop music, I think we can all agree is full of shysters. That is […]

Album Review – Harmony by Harmony

This album is a watershed and a new bench mark in the blues. A seamless meshing of modern and vintage sounds, that is faithful to a number of mistresses — demure, delightful and dangerous. Blending soul, indie, avante and noise-rock it is born from lips which have been wrapped lovingly […]