Thursday, August 21, 2014
Album premiere: Wand’s Ganglion Reef
This is the debut full-length release from the Los Angeles-based quartet, which was signed by Ty Segall himself to his Drag City imprint, GOD? Records, and should appeal to fans of Tame Impala. Admiring the “psychedelic stomp” of recent single “Broken Candle”, music blog Austin Town Hall goes on the describe the album like this: “Ganglion Reef has a great deal of fuzzy elements to it but they walk this fine line between being noisy and radio-friendly.”
Hear it on Hype Machine this week. 

Album premiere: Wand’s Ganglion Reef

This is the debut full-length release from the Los Angeles-based quartet, which was signed by Ty Segall himself to his Drag City imprint, GOD? Records, and should appeal to fans of Tame Impala. Admiring the “psychedelic stomp” of recent single “Broken Candle”, music blog Austin Town Hall goes on the describe the album like this: “Ganglion Reef has a great deal of fuzzy elements to it but they walk this fine line between being noisy and radio-friendly.”

Hear it on Hype Machine this week. 

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

songtreat:

DARKSIDE - “GONE TOO SOON”

"Gone To Soon" seems like a eulogy to the project. If you don’t know it: Darkside just called it quits "for now".

Monday, August 18, 2014 Thursday, August 14, 2014

dfa-records:

"This is a mix I did some time after 4am hanging out in my studio after finishing a Lana Del Rey remix. Was going through some old records and some very new tracks that were just released or aren’t even out yet, trying to see what I could tie together for some upcoming DJ gigs." —Juan Maclean

Tracklist on THUMP: http://thump.vice.com/mixes/mixed-by-the-juan-maclean

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Brooklyn’s Chris Masullo makes introspective outsider pop under the moniker Nicholas Nicholas. The project’s second album, Wrong, was mastered by his neighbor Warren Hildebrand (Foxes In Fiction) and finds Chris inspired by left-field icons John Maus and Arthur Russell, shaping an individual sound that Fader calls, “world-swallowing, shoegaze-y sadness that borders on gothic, something like a super slow-motion outtake from Jesus and Mary Chain’s Psychocandy.”
Hear it on Hype Machine this week

Brooklyn’s Chris Masullo makes introspective outsider pop under the moniker Nicholas Nicholas. The project’s second album, Wrong, was mastered by his neighbor Warren Hildebrand (Foxes In Fiction) and finds Chris inspired by left-field icons John Maus and Arthur Russell, shaping an individual sound that Fader calls, “world-swallowing, shoegaze-y sadness that borders on gothic, something like a super slow-motion outtake from Jesus and Mary Chain’s Psychocandy.”

Hear it on Hype Machine this week

stayglued:

The Juan MacLean - A Place Called Space

Label: DFA
Year: 2014

Monday, August 11, 2014 Saturday, August 9, 2014
peroxidecomics:

Sketch from 2004.

peroxidecomics:

Sketch from 2004.

Friday, August 8, 2014 Thursday, August 7, 2014 Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Album premiere: Literature’s Chorus. Jangly indie pop recorded with late-60s studio techniques. 
Hear it on Hype Machine this week. 

Album premiere: Literature’s Chorus. Jangly indie pop recorded with late-60s studio techniques. 

Hear it on Hype Machine this week. 

Monday, August 4, 2014 Saturday, August 2, 2014
annacalvi:

This is the lyric sheet me and David Byrne used in the studio when we were singing Strange Weather, with my notes…

annacalvi:

This is the lyric sheet me and David Byrne used in the studio when we were singing Strange Weather, with my notes…

Friday, August 1, 2014

theautumnroses:

"Strange Weather" is a gorgeous song originally written by Israeli-born, Paris-based musician Keren Ann, whose music you are likely to love if you haven’t yet become acquainted with it. Anna Calvi has recorded a stirring version of it with David Byrne for her forthcoming Strange Weather covers EP. It’s accompanying clip was filmed in New York City and directed by Alan Del Rio Ortiz. The EP arrives on July 14th via Domino.