Posts Tagged ‘Malka’

Malka,are a band out of NYC, their press release does a much better job than me of explaining what you are about to listen to.  Malka are a band laying down some sweet psychedelic dreampop….

psych dream-gazers MALKA debut EP The Constant State

New York City-based psychedelic dreampop band MALKA present their debut EP, The Constant State. Recorded at both APT Studio (NYC) and Elohino studio (NJ), mixed by Darko Saric, and mastered at 825 Studios by Grammy Award-winning engineer Butch Jones (Madonna, Talking Heads, Iggy Pop, The Gun Club, B-52s), The Constant State takes listeners on a genre-melding journey, ebbing and flowing through the realms of dreampop, post-rock, nugaze, and psychedelic rock.

The songs are evocative both musically and lyrically, touching on metaphysical, existential and interpersonal subject matter with an honesty that resonates to an emotional core. Their music is a reflection of the triumph and tragedy of the world, compelling us to look deeper into the realms of our consciousness. Malka is trying to stretch the concept of songs to make them sound more like emotional lapses of time.




Ahead of her new album “Marching to Another Beat”  not released 1st June 2015 Tamara Schlesinger AKA Malka releases a new single ‘Let It Go’  With tribal beats,  electronic flourishes and a teasing vocal Malka’s latest offering is rather more upbeat and buoyant than her previous single ‘Into the Night’ which addressed themes of insomnia and night terrors.  ‘Let It Go’  sees Malka at her most playful, with it’s insistent melody, and thumping inventive beats ensure this song stays in your head long after it’s finished.  It’s addictive, engaging and more layered than it may initially appear, with Schlesinger playing all the instruments herself on the record as well as co-producing the album.