freebass 808 is a collaboration between suede of camp lo and apple juice kid. dig the beat and some of suede’s verse. skyocean! james brown!
WE ARE HAPPY PLANTS take us to an 80’s dance party in the future..
Yet, somehow I also think of this… wait till the end:
rating: clocks measure time
What a tune. That viscous tone in the breakdown after the verse’s gentle melody, I’m mad for it.
Hailing from Baltimore, the duo’s sophomore album The Knot is released via Merge Records July 21st. gonna get it get get it
Formerly The Bees (US) and forced to change their name because of The Bees (UK)… pleasant bastards, Nashville’s The Silver Seas write a good tune. Off High Society, “Catch Yer Own Train” is Dylan-esque done well.
Released in February off of Akron/Family’s fourth album Set Em Wild, Set Em Free, this tune soars..
Matt Mason points out a brilliant quote for any aspiring or established musician in his book The Pirates Dilemma:
“Here’s one chord, here’s two more, now form your own band” – Sniffin’ Glue Magazine
The punk generation thrived on the idea that music doesn’t need to be intricate, have glamorous production, or be politically correct, it just needed to mean what it said.
“Slap Dash For No Cash” may have more than three chords, but it communicates that very basic nature of rock and roll. Eddie Argos sings his take on music, “I love the sound of background noise. I wanna hear the crack, in the singers voice.” Round of applause. Isn’t the essence of a tune more important than the minor hiss of an amplifier or the sound of breathing during a vocal take? Any way you look at it, you’ll find the lyric in this tune is damn witty.
Their new album Art Brut vs. Satan says what it want’s and means what it says. Chill the fuck out Brian Eno
At first I was unattracted to its refined “raw” quality, but with a few plays I’ve come to like that exact abrasiveness. Dan Boeckner of Wolf Parade and Atlas Strategic, and his wife Alexei Perry, released Face Control on Sub Pop in February.
Brakes sing the proper battle cry to our killer tape monster. So, since British Sea Power performed with trees and a variety of taxidermy on stage, does that mean that Brakes should perform with space age shit? This track rocks it. And it’s what you could only hope for from this hodgepodge of a supergroup.