Soliti works with the following artists : Big Wave Riders, Black Twig, Cats On Fire, Astrid Swan, The New Tigers, Paperfangs, Delay Trees, Black Lizard, Gim Kordon, Prince Of Assyria, Manna, Ghost Of Jack Nance, Sister Flo
A brand new video from The New Tigers for the track Don’t Know Where To Go, taken from their latest album The Badger.
This is how the band describe the video:
"The video for "Don’t Know Where to Go" is where the actual sound waves of the music and the images they invoke shake hands. The grain on the speaker cone brings visible the mass of the music, whilst in the midst of it lies the band behind the music. The imagined and the factual interact with each other finally merging into a perfect blend of the two. The video is inspired by Gary Hill’s video art "Mediations". Overhead projector visuals by Stefanel Oey. Directed by Appu Jasu"
”…it delivers. Just listen to the intro bass line and immerse yourself in the song’s hypnotic rhythm.”Ja Ja Ja
“There’s no real rush in the song, choosing to let the musicianship be the showcase here”Austin Town Hall
“Black Lizard are one of the stand out bands of the European psychedelic scene… they pool together their influences and own creative flair to produce stunning works of cerebral fuckery: 4/5″ thnksfrthrvw
“Burning after a hot summer, retains all the elements you come to love about Black Lizard, the hypnotic rhythm, the psyched guitars and the eerie vocals are still there.”Glue.fi/Rosvot
"Expect full, bursting reverb, hazy vocals and melodies created to hypnotise you…settle in and allow yourself to drift off with the captivating sounds of one of Finland’s finest psych propositions" Nordic Playlist
"Black Lizard’s Burning EP is the perfect use of the EP format…The vitality is derived from the judiciously applied textures and insistent bass and percussion, while the vocals and guitars create a moody swirl." When You Motor Away
The New Tigers lovingly received second album The Badger gets a UK release via Soliti on the 9th Dec. 2013. To celebrate, the band unveil a new video for album track Secondary City.
The video was filmed on Super 8 for some scenes capturing a 2012 visit to London to play the Ja JaJ a club interspersed with 2013 shots of the band in Turku which make up the visual treats of Secondary City.
Gim Kordon’s ‘Kaupunki Tappaa Sielunsa’ brings the truth to the streets. You might be worried about the state of your twerk right now, maybe you should be looking at the soul of your city. Gim Kordon tell it like it is. ‘Kaupunki Tappaa Sielunsa’ is taken from the Gim Kordon debut album which will literally hits the streets hard next spring.