Archive | April, 2011

Think Less But See It Grow

23 Apr

I’m really late on this. So on the off chance you haven’t heard it already, enjoy.

Miami Horror – Sometimes:

BONUS Edwin Van Cleef – Lisztomania (Phoenix cover):

Open Up Your Eyes

16 Apr

Sweetness… See you in May.

Brett Dennen – Surprise, Surprise:

You Can Count On Me

15 Apr

I’ve always been torn when it comes to Animal Collective – some of their songs sound like nothing more than noise. I understand people like that. I don’t. But then they make an album like MPP that is so musically brilliant, you can’t help but wonder: where did this come from?

Noah Lennox then, deserves some recognition. His solo work has always been positively hailed (especially by those hypebeasts over at Pitchfork) – but again, I never really liked it.

His newest album ‘Tomboy’, has once again changed my opinion. The overbearing vocal reverb and reliance on repetition suck you into a world of static bliss. You need headphones. More here:

The first song off the album – a solo-acapella creep that instantly put me in a daze (possibly also due to the unbearable stress and lack of sleep running through my blood – most likely because its good). Think Fleet Foxes (in a cathedral) meets M83 (at their simplest) – or, just listen:

Panda Bear – You Can Count on Me:

The nostalgia hits – waves and the arpeggio of a slot machine. Picture: boardwalk. One hand in that of your closest – heart through touch.

Panda Bear – Surfer’s Hymn:

Dancing.

Panda Bear – Last Night at the Jetty:
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Bon Iver?

14 Apr

New video with some new Bon Iver ( and shades of DeYarmond Edison?)

Home Is A Fire

6 Apr

Sorry, it’s exam period which means procrastination period.

Here is another new Death Cab song making the rounds. More to come.

Death Cab for Cutie – Home Is A Fire:

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