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God Tiger Need Chemical is Mayberian Sanskülotts’ Album | Edgar Allan Poets

Good Day Noir Family,
our “Edgar Allan Poets’ Artists/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Mayberian Sanskülotts and their new Album God Tiger Need Chemical. I found this Band on Spotify and I liked the vibes of their music.

God Tiger Need Chemical is Mayberian Sanskülotts’ Album | E.A.Poets

The sound proposed by this band is intriguing. The atmospheres are mysterious, I would define them as crepuscular and nostalgic.

The choice of sounds is very well thought out and all the songs are solid.

The thing that I liked the most is the ability of this band to make different musical elements coexist.

A sound that feels vintage and futuristic at the same time. The music of Mayberian Sanskülotts lives in a limbo of its own.

The melodies are ethereal and can make you fly with your imagination. While listening to these beautiful songs I imagined myself driving a convertible on the streets of Budapest. I wandered around that beautiful city one of those days when you just want to be alone with yourself.

This music speaks directly to the listener’s soul and does so in a sincere and direct way.

A nice discovery that I recommend to everyone!

God Tiger Need Chemical is Mayberian Sanskülotts’ Album Out Now!


Magical!


God Tiger Need Chemical is Mayberian Sanskülotts’ Album | E.A.Poets

Mayberian Sanskülotts are based in Budapest, Hungary. The dream pop band that successfully merges the rigid romanticism of ’80s new wave bands like The Cure, the slow-burning grandiosity of Slowdive-esque shoegaze and the dreaminess and melodic sensibilities of contemporary acts like Beach House.

Singer Zita Csordás brings an ethereal, powerful presence to the mix that simultaneously evokes Elizabeth Fraser of the Cocteau Twins and the haunting melodies of Hungarian folk music.

Despite these influences, their music is very much their own, always meandering between the deeply personal and the spiritual. The band released their album Neverending Sorry in February 2019, published by a legendary Hungarian label.

This kicked off an exciting year of shows around Europe: they received an invitation to the Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona, performed at the Waves Vienna showcase festival in Austria, supported the Courtney Barnett show in Budapest and made the rounds of Hungary’s most important festivals including Sziget in Budapest. A tour of Germany and the Czech Republic followed.

Meanwhile, a change came to the drum section when Justin Spike, an American musician living in Budapest, took over from István Hromkó. His drumming is featured on the band’s new double album recorded for its 10 year anniversary. Physical copies of the double record, which contains re-imagined instrumentation of old songs, was released in 2021.




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