Tanu Idex’s Pick of the Week is Invierno by the Southern Californian band Xibalba from their 2015 Tierra Y Libertad album released at Southern Lord Records.
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
I think that’s a rather extreme concept. I can tell you what makes me happy instead: my wife, my family, the music I listen and I write, preparing a meal for my friends and sharing stories or ideas. A right mix of moderation, passion and honesty can increase your quality of life, or even make you happy.
It’s one of the most hidden gems but it’s straight ahead in your face, really accessible to find but hard to comprehend.
Beyond the fact that this is a one band project and even though someone on reddit said it was boring, it keeps makes me happy with each listening…
For all those who don’t have the time or energy to discover what is hidden in the most obvious places I bring to you Hidden Gems in Plain Sight: Erik K Skodvin – Black & Bronze.
The Rave Tapes was released in 2014 at Rock Action Records in the UK and at Sub Pop records in the US. It is the eight studio album by Mogwai, the post rockers from Glasgow, Scotland.
The album for today its Infest by Papa Roach released in 2000 at DreamWorks records. This is Papa Roach’s second album, being released 3 years after their debut Old Friends from Young Years.
Today is Friday so for me it’s German music day or Made in Germany day so I’ve chosen a gem of the Teutonic Thrash Metal scene, The Antichrist 2001 album by Destruction.