Vladimir Bresnix

BresnixCast #57 - The Horizon Problem

 

 

 

Vlad kicks of the first New Music Sunday show by talking to Stannis, Chris, Justin and Ian from progressive alternative rock band The Horizon Problem about their first album, the New York Music scene and what it’s like to be a new band, 70’s prog rock and much more.

 

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BresnixCast #56 - Sting Is A Creepy Bastard

 

 

Have you always felt uncomfortable with Sting deep down but never quite known why? In this episode Vlad takes you on a tour of why Sting is indeed a bastard.

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BresnixCast #55 - Dustin Matos

 

 

Vlad is joined by Dustin Matos, the man behind the post rock project The Amnesia Cycle for a very interesting conversation about philosophy, living in the weirdest town in the US, meditation, the album ‘Pathways’, Alan Watts, consciousness and much more.

 

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BresnixCast #54 - Black Sigil

 

 

 

We're back talking about black metal on the show! Vlad is joined by AXACAHUATLI who is the man behind Black Sigil! We talk about the regional nature of black metal, how the sound has evolved over the years, Californian black metal, the individualism inherent in the music  the Taake controversy, The Divine Comedy and a bit of communist chat thrown in too!


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BresnixCast #53 - Running From Daylight

 

 

Vlad finally talks psychobilly on the show with Garrett and Troy from Running From Daylight!

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BresnixCast #52 - Sly & The Family Drone

 

 

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Vlad talks to Matt Cargill from Sly & the Family Drone, intellectual musical satire, atonal music, Sunn 0))), audience participation in live gigs, guitar music, improvisation, weird gigs, kid-friendly harsh noise, psychedelic music,  90’s atonal music,  watching old kids TV shows years later, the upcoming album, the experimental nature of jazz, school music classes, Karen Carpenter and Vlad clears up some  myths about He-Man. 

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Catch Them On Tour!

 

Oct 12
London, UK
Oct 13
Partisan  
Manchester, UK
Oct 14
Centrala  
Birmingham, UK
Oct 15
Trillians  
Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Oct 16
Chunk  
Leeds, UK
Oct 17
The Soundhouse  
Leicester, UK
Oct 19
The Moon  
Cardiff, UK
Oct 20
The Green Door Store  
Brighton, UK
Nov 14

 

BresnixCast #51 - Dunbarrow

 

 

  

Vlad talks to Espen Andersen for norwegian 70’s inspired rockers Dunbarrow baout making heavy music without distortion, Bobby

Liebling and Pentegram, the subjectivity of art, touring with Brant Bjork, Kyuss, the Scandanavian underground scene & much more.

 

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Bresnixast #50 - Europa

 

 

 

  

Vlad talks to Orlando post rockers Europa to take deep look at their music, possible lifeforms on other planets (seriously), DIY music, the modern music industry, hipsters and the search for authenticity, being indie as opposed to being on a label, what makes certain musicians so successfully & much more.

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BresnixCast #49 Mechanical Animals 20 Years On

 

 

 

 Vlad looks at Marilyn Manson’s classic 1998 album “Mechanical Animals” from a philosophical and sociological point of view twenty years later.

Exploring themes of drugs, breakdown of ‘society’, going through the lyrics and extrapolating meaning, moral nihilism, tearing down societal and moral underpinnings, the post-christian western world, social anxiety, internet addiction, the hyperreal celebrity existence, the two sides of depression and drugs, media brainwashing, hedonism, the subjectivity of art and much more.

 

 

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BresnixCast #48 -Huntsmen

 

 

 

 

Vlad is joined by Chris and Kirill from Americana metal band Huntsmen to chat about storytelling from ancient history all the way to modern music, the new album American Scrap, abstract vs. literal music, Dark Souls,  Korean pop music, bad radio, good horror films and we ask is humanity drawn to darkness?

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