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Swiss noise/powerwave/grunge/shoegaze sensation KØDE unveil new music video “On Your Side”

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A couple of months after the official release of their debut album, the new sensation of the Swiss alternative/indie musical scene KØDE – creating something unique, evolving between noise, power-wave, dream-pop, indie/grunge and shoegaze, just unveiled a brand new musical video illustrating the song “On Your Side” and available right now!

In addition to this video news, ‘Discrète Transformation’, is still available on CD, LP & Digital on CD/LP/Digital through Division Records (Bunkr; Rorcal, Unfold…) and for full-streaming and Pay What Your Want Digital Download on Bandcamp.

For fans of Chelsea Wolfe, Hole, The Dead Weather, (The) Melvins…

With guitars that straddle territory between overwhelmingly heavy and softly punishing, the other musical elements make for a potent mix, capped off by contagious melodies which lodge themselves in the brain. In the hands of Julien Fehlmann’s conscientious production (Unfold, The Ocean, Dirge, among others), KØDE’s is a music that utilises the shifting of mood and intensity as a landmark of their sound: promising that Discrete Transformation will surely become a lifelong favourite for those ensnared by its sultry roughness. (Everything Is Noise).


For those familiar with Random Zero, their 2017 EP, Discrete Transformation promises a somewhat different outing – both ‘icy and boiling at the same time’. If “Héloïse” is anything to go by, Discrete Transformation is certain to keep listeners coming back for more, with a hefty gravity to its weighty charm. The ten tracks on offer are advertised as ‘hypnotic jewels that unashamedly display KØDE’s immense talent’.

Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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