Founded in 2008, the Austrian trio Mother's Cake are set to unleash their third studio album, 'No Rhyme No Reason'. Songs such as first single 'The Killer', 'The Sun' and album opener 'No Rhyme Or Reason' create an immediate impact via an explosive alliance of garage, psych, indie and blues rock, while lengthier sonic excursions such as 'Streetja Man', 'Enemy' and 'H8' delve deeper with elements of psychedelic, progressive and space rock mixed into compelling sound palettes.
Altar Records presents Sacral Reason aka Anton Bakhtin. This album is the first of the "Meditative" series at Altar Records. These releases are intended to make you feel better, calm you down, smile, and see beauty in everything through enchanting melodies.
If you've ever heard the Berlin guitarist Arne Jansen, you'll know how difficult it is to forget his special sound. That passionate rummaging around in the warm diversity of the electric guitar, where bashful understatement mixes with playful sensuality. The humaneness become sound that always searches for what is special in the commonplace, exudes serenity and yet never itself comes to rest because its quest never ceases.
The Osmonds seventh and eighth albums were originally released in 1974 and 1975 respectively. Both are combined on a single CD for this digitally remastered reissue. Among the hit tracks are the title singles - the No. 1 U.S. hit "Love Me for a Reason" and "I'm Still Gonna Need You" - as well as "Having a Party." This release also includes in-depth liner notes and pictures of many European single sleeves.
Louis immerses himself in the world of Ohio's state psychiatric hospitals, meeting patients who have committed crimes - at times horrifically violent - while in the grip of severe mental illness. They have been found not guilty by reason of insanity and ordered by the courts to secure psychiatric facilities to receive the treatment that it is hoped will, one day, lead to their reintegration back into society.