This is Bulbul's sixth full-length album, taking the next step from a 10 year long history. They've also just signed to Exile On Mainstream! Bulbul are the stalwarts of the Austrian underground art & rock scene, having played a sheer unbelievable amount of shows and festivals in the last few years. Too many to mention. This album was produced by Austrian electronic music hero Patrick Pulsinger and features guest appearances by Philipp Quehenberger and Carla Bozulich. Bulbul incorporate pop music's superficiality as well as the structure beneath - they can annihilate the cheapest rhythm and morph it into the most virtuous and complex arrangement, all within the blink of the eye. As monstrous walls of sound channel into introspective patterns you just stand there, mouth agape while you ask yourself "how the hell this is possible and why does it feel so good?". You'll find yourself searching to categorize Bulbul with familiar band names such as Melvins, Tar, Slint, The Jesus Lizard coming to mind - these names kind of come close, but then refuse to arrive.
01 When sun comes out 02 Lack of the key 03 Where the hell is dj fett 04 Shuguang 05 Shenzhou 06 Tighter 07 Tighten 08 Changzheng 09 Fremder hingepisst 10 Daddy was a girl i liked 11 The song's name 12 Steve le postla
13 Loss mei hen in ruah 14 Dust in my zimmer 15 Das stück