On first impression, the Jezabels’ sound might situate itself within the epic power-pop-ballad genre of the ’80s, with their thundering rock drums, galloping rhythms, emotive vocals and guitar riffs, and keyboards adding to the rich visual soundscapes their music creates. There is also something in there from the ’00s, and something that’s hard to put a finger on… a likeness to some other band whose name escapes the memory.
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It’s our little Fuku, our little piece of most negative and stereotypical culture, our little curse.
These tracks might be intended to solve greater problems than just your average I hate Mondays-depression, but they work oh so well:
The room reeks of cigarette smoke, sweat and beer. I do not know for how long I have been here, but a small burst of sun is entering the room through a gap in the curtains. The beat seems never ending, and keeps pounding like a hammer that just won’t stop. I take a look at the clock. Almost 07.30 in the morning.
Hi again! this is Noel Maurice with the blog for people who’ve just turned up in Berlin and need a hand finding things: this blog we’re talking about music instrument shops, for the musicians among us.
In the nineties I came to Berlin as a refugee from what was then a changing NYC. It was becoming intolerable to live in for me for various reasons, one being that there was no work, the art scene was frustrating me, and it felt like it was time for a change