Blood Cultures have been providing us with some of the most unique sounds going around this year, all in the lead up to their highlight anticipated new project ‘Luno’, and they’ve finally come through with the goods with an eclectic array of soundscapes and colour combining together for a smashing display of psych/indie-pop.
Featuring previous singles ‘Set It On Fire’ and ‘Beneath The Moon & Me’, ‘Luno’ provides something for everyone across the duration of the release with elements of sheer lo-fi brilliance that you find yourself immedetiary lost in those shiny guitars and crispy drums, to the hard and heavy industrial sounds on offer in the latter stages of the album whereby a dark-electronic influence swarms through the mix to raise things up a notch significantly.
“What the world needs right now is not an anonymous artist. It needs more black and brown voices being heard…I don’t want my voice to be hidden. I feel it is my responsibility to come forward and represent the people who look like me, who feel like me.” – Blood Cultures