Dai Kaht, hailing from Finland, can be called as one of impressive acts who see the light in 2017. Their sound/play style could be fit for such a phrase - Mr. Bungle, Sun City Girls, or especially Japanese Magma follower Korekyojin meets post-punk, slightly with a nuance of jerky Area-related jazz essence. And their remarkable attitude in an audible manner can be heard via sticky, repetitive, convoluted melodic or vocal phrases here and there. Punksy in a sense but we cannot avoid enjoying along complicated rhythms and melodies. Basically upon heavy but charming sound basis, melodic irregularity performs eccentrically and excitingly. This creation is filled with sound variation inspired by lots of heavy/psychedelic/avantgarde/jazz-fusion progressive rock vanguards.
Australian-only two CD set showcasing the best of Aussie Pop of the '80s. Features original hit versions. mastered from the best possible sources with many titles remastered from the original studio tapes for this release. a showcase of titles requested for this series. and often hard to come by - such as , (with her often overshadowed UK made ) and . The set also features classics from , , , , and and many others.
Yma Sumac (/ˈiːmə ˈsuːmæk/; September 13, 1922 – November 1, 2008) was a Peruvian soprano. In the 1950s, she was one of the most famous proponents of exotica music. She became an international success based on her extreme vocal range, which was said to be "well over five octaves" and was sometimes claimed to span over five octaves at her peak. Yma Sumac recorded an extraordinarily wide vocal range of slightly over four octaves from E2 to B♭7 (approximately 107Hz to 3,7kHz).