Wattican Punk Ballet
WPB’s new song “Hold” introduces vigorous, tempting vocals that operates perfectly with ominous sound.
There always was a certain escapism in the music of Wattican Punk Ballet (former Deti Picasso), some sort of an avoidance of reality, which helped them to develop their own, unique, immediately recognizable style.
The result of this artistic isolation, came out as an idea of forming a duo in September 2011. The newly formed band now consists of brother and sister Gaya & Karen Arutyunyan and currently resides in Moscow and Budapest, traveling around Europe with concerts.
The band finds it’s inspiration in experimenting with various instruments and sounds, which plays a big part in their energetic “theatrical” performances. Their new song “Hold ” is indeed full of surprises: introducing some vigorous, tempting vocals that operates perfectly side by side, with rather heavy, ominous sound. Melting into one another, these two diverse scores form a perfect harmony of sound. The song is psychedelic and poignant, situated somewhere between progressive krautrock and punk.
Their new album will be out spring 2013, you can find details on their website.
The artist takes architecture to a new level – literally, with his mind-bending series of flying houses.
“non-control” fragmental drawing about superfluous space by an architect and illustrator Davit Yukhanyan
Lisa Alma’s new, self-directed video premiere on Sub!