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Space Adventure: The Bellwethers and circle round a sphere Reviewed

The Bellwethers and circle round a sphere Reviewed

circle round a sphere – need

Similar artists: Foo Fighters, Sugar, The Lemonheads, The Posies

Genre: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock

circle round a sphere sound like alt-rockers who carry their emotions on their sleeve and their favorite records in a large, heavy cabinet. 

Collectors set themselves up for a life of disappointment. But how could it be any different? And how are they supposed to know what they’re getting themselves into while finally finding an object on which to lay their affections? They try to piece together a perfect life one item at a time, only to find out that important chunks of the jigsaw are always bound to go missing.  

Music obsessives are bound to run into the same problem, followed by the very same burden. Collecting songs, whether through physical purchase or by carrying them around in their head, is bound to run into the same problem. One more addition to the list seems to get them closer to a perfect collection. But in fact, it confirms what they should probably already know, and that is that collecting is a duty that never ends. 

circle round a sphere’s “need” sounds like obsessive music collectors who’ve tirelessly worked on strategies for integrating all of their favorite songs into their own music. “need” is driven by alt-rock dynamics and pure power-pop melodies. It’s written as a would-be antidote to all of the problems that life inevitably throws your way. It’s part of a path that doesn’t have an end in sight. 

The Bellwethers – Turning

Similar artists: Foo Fighters, Jane’s Addiction

Genre: Stoner Rock, Alternative Rock

The Bellwethers practice the age-old art of hypnotism to guitar-driven, distorted shards of blues rock. 

Bookshelves are littered with tales concerning fraudsters and rock stars. Both stories are usually quite similar. They boil down to just how much both of them were allowed to get away with. Both tales include instances of great debauchery and the overarching belief that they were entitled to everything they could dream about. 

How could they believe anything different? Day after day, their job was to convince people of unbelievable things. No, this didn’t merely concern lying. It involved applying a charm offensive. Even more aggressive tactics were put in a place where peace and love didn’t work.

The Bellwethers are hoping to hypnotize you with their bluesy alt-rock tune “Turning,” and they don’t mind it if you know it. Hypnotism, after all, works best when the subject is willing and aware of what’s going on. The repetitive, doomy riffs and the nice blend of lead vocals promise a kind of space adventure. You’ll only find out if they’re lying as long as you buy a ticket. 

circle round a sphere - need


The Bellwethers - Turning




About author

Eduard Banulescu is a writer, blogger, and musician. As a content writer, Eduard has contributed to numerous websites and publications, including FootballCoin, Play2Earn, BeIN Crypto, Business2Community, NapoliSerieA, Extra Time Talk, Nitrogen Sports, Bavarian FootballWorks, etc. He has written a book about Nirvana, hosts a music podcasts, and writes weekly content about some of the best, new and old, alternative musicians. Eduard also runs and acts as editor-in-chief of the alternative rock music website Mr. Banulescu is also a musician, having played and recorded in various bands and as a solo artist.
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