Genres: Ambient Drone/Doom Metal
Lyrical Themes: Love, Immolation, Death
Origin: Canada (Toronto, Ontario)
Formed In: 2002
Label: Crucial Blast
File: 131 Mb (320kbps)
Aidan Baker: Bass/Effects
Leah Buckareff: Bass
Jakob Thiesen: Drums
The Reverend Aitor: Artwork
1. Disambiguation 07:12
2. Sign-Expressions 13:17
3. Affective Fields 07:44
4. Uneasy Desire 15:17
5. Deterritorialization 18:49
Total playing time 01:02:16
I'm really new to Nadja and they have a huge discography so I guess I just started at random after reading some reviews. I picked a good one to post, I think, because I'm enjoying the hell out of it. Nadja play crushing drone/doom that just hypnotizes you with the gradual changes and the billion little things going on everywhere. Outstanding album.
I originally started this blog with the intent to create an archive of New Orleans/Louisiana based bands demo's, EP's, full lengths and live recordings. My primary focus was to feature a little bit of everything going on in this great city. There are many bands past and present that have never gotten the recognition that they (in my opinion) truly deserved.
So I figured why not start converting all these demo tapes and etc. and share them with the world? But as I kicked the idea around on a few message boards and with friends, I decided to not just limit the page to Louisiana.
So here you will find artists from all across the globe, some may be well known, others may not. Here at Nola 504 and More, the Krewe and myself all have very unique musical tastes, which I think helps our page really stand out.
Yes, we may feature a lot of metal, but we also have punk, country, jazz, rockabilly, etc. Musical "gumbo" so to speak; meaning a little bit of everything. So, if you are/were in a band from Louisiana, or anywhere else in the world, and care to share it with the rest of the world, drop one of us an email. We'd love to check it out!