Attention – this is something new on djummi-records: A continuously growing release! For the year 2019 Blarg have set the goal to present a song each month. So, if you like, what you hear, keep in touch with the boys either on this site, or on one of the well known music platforms. Guaranteed, you’ll find them at your favourite place.
Blarg are in love with many different styles. Their music oscillates from Psychedelic Rock to Surf, from New Wave back to Rock’n'Roll. The combining element for all is maybe an endearing manner of eccentricity, which becomes sound in form of shrill vocals, noisy fuzz guitars and opulent rock drums. To say it with a tongue twister: “Blarg are crashy catchy, tasty trashy!”
The singles so far …
Perfect Times (feat. Corey Scene Whyte)
“The feeling of loss is very complicated. Sometimes its hard to express your emotions in a proper way. It includes my personal experience with the loss of a person.” – Theo
Su, where are you now?
“We flee from the USA to Mexico. Our mission: Reach Brazil. The cartel, they know the game. We have 7 cars and cigars. They have guns and a network. They can’t stop us, can they?” (Text: Blarg)
Vinyl Chapters – New Music Friday: “The echo-laden track VOIDZ brazil is an almost jazz psychedelia odyssey that gradually builds and builds on a steady rhythm, before being deconstructed amongst disconcerting vocals and powerful melodies. It then reconstructs itself amongst plinking guitars and starts all over again.” (July 12, 2019)
“I don’t know the name of the city I’m going to, but I know, that I want this to be true …” (lyrics: Blarg)
“Don’t be too hard on yourself. Relax, find peace and love yourself again.”
Mind Noise Network: “… it features the ever so important catchy chorus, the one that you find yourself singing around the house or gets stuck in your head the second someone mentions the words ‘love me’. Shoutout to Blarg for writing one hell a hell of an ear worm.” (May 17, 2019)
“Who is the Radiohead? Who is in charge? Maybe it’s cooperation or maybe it’s you. This song doesn’t answer, who’s in charge. Just take a look around. Who is creating the soundtrack of your life?” (note: Blarg)
American Pancake: “Blarg out of Germany stir up psyche rock, noise rock, electronic pop, experimental and trap influences into this kind of jammy proto punk / new wave jag.” (April 21, 2019)
“About a soldier who realises he actually doesn’t like to follow the ideology anymore. #whereIsMyInnocence” (note: Blarg)
Grotesqualizer: “Darkness is a lively and fast post-punk pulse, flashback type of vocal broadcasting, Hawkwind-ish cosmic coating and a sharp chorus that fully reflects the message of the song.” (March 29, 2019)
“Killing makes me feel good.” (note: Blarg)