Groep Jezus "Turn Up Speed or Show Me Love"
Floortje and Iwein are together Groep Jezus. Despite the appearance, they are
no weird fellows on a Hare Krishna or Jehovah-witnesses mission, but two young
people with a well-developed sense of melancholy.
Ghinzu "Electronic Jacuzzi"
A very strong candidate for the title "debut of the year", this first
album of the brussels-based band Ghinzu. Write it down, pass it on, tell it to
the neighbours and don't keep it for yourself : Ghinzu has delivered a great CD.
The Grandpiano "Turn"
Debut from this fresh band from Brussels (with a past in Juniper Boots), on the
Dutch label Baron Samedi Records. And a very intersting one, too. Check this out
Your Cover" Electro-noise duo from Limburg who found their name on
a packet of german crisps, and chose the cd-title because they want to "blow
up everything, so nobody can hide behind anything anymore".
Glittering 2000 Belgian Acts
revisiting glam classics - all previously unreleased songs, says the subtitle.
From Arid to Machiavel, from Soulwax to Ozark Henry ... all haven chosen a song
from the British seventies' gliterrock and did their own thing with it ...
Golden Green "ModBeats"
Rock'n'Roll with punk attitude in the tradition of Buzzcocks & The Jam, known
from the catchy singles "Incomplete" and "Songs of Paul Weller".
Gorki "Eindelijk Vakantie!"
*** The fifth studio-Cd of Luc de Vos and
company - a rock-band with a sort of humour that will be difficult to understand
outside of the dutch-speaking world - and according to me in the best they have
released in the period they write Gorki with an "i".
Glyth "Redefine Love" Frenchman
lands in Brussels and makes third album with catchy beats in conjunction with
Peter Clasen of Neven. Groovy.
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