younger than yesterday
21 de Novembro de 2011

Here's three tracks from Home ep by Pinemarten from Derbyshire, UK, in a Electronic/Synthpop style. Free download.

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20 de Novembro de 2011

"Canadian band from Montreal. New wave, shoegaze, dreampop, indie-rock. The person responsible for this gem is Danny Provencher. Flirting with electronics and good melodies that go against the shoegaze, he treats us to the sound addictive. Influences ranging from Kraftwerk, My Bloody Valentine through and arrive in New Order. "Here's the long awaited debut! Required in the collection! A surprisingly melodic album, for me, one of the best in years. Records released by Fastcut this album is key!

amor louco

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18 de Novembro de 2011

Finally, a break from bright, psychedelic album art and high-pitched, synth-heavy synthpop. The New Division‘s first LP release, Shadows, offers us something totally different, with grayscale, morbid album art and low-pitched, synth-heavy synthpop.

synthpop electro zone

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17 de Novembro de 2011

Vanity Is Forever is Crayon Fields frontman Geoffrey O’Connor’s first album under his own name, and his most ambitious, dynamic and sophisticated work yet.

for ex-lovers only

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Whatever Leads Me To You by Geoffrey O'Connor from Geoff O'Connor on Vimeo.
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16 de Novembro de 2011

Gold-Bears favor the dreamy, moody, semi-blurry sounds Yo La Tengo built their reputation on in the early to mid-90s. All waves of revivalism and nostalgia aside, Are You Falling Love? sounds like it was beamed in straight from 1993.

mi cabeza

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GOLD-BEARS: so natural from fredo landaveri on Vimeo.
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15 de Novembro de 2011

In Hold the Sun, Nadav collaborates with singer and writer Omri Klein, and a myriad of other musicians to present us with an intriguing body of music, at times melancholic, yet a rebellious and self aware one, with an optimistic streak reaching its height in the cover to John Lennon’s Love, which closes the album. But the music and cutting edge production speak here as loud as the vocals.

dark occult

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14 de Novembro de 2011

But this happens on just one level, which is what makes Kaputt so fantastic. It goes as deep as you want to go. People can miss that Dan Bejar is funny as hell-- he seeds his music with lyrical and musical in-jokes, and everyone has their own favorite lines to pluck out of his songs and admire for their concise wit. He likes surprises-- few lyric sheets have as many exclamation points. But the essential quality of all his records is complexity. They are doing a lot of things at once. Kaputt feels rich.


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13 de Novembro de 2011

In 1986, the Feelies were at their creative peak. After falling into total obscurity after their debut record, "Crazy Rhythms" in 1980, the band roared to life with the release of this record, an EP, a role in the film, "Something Wild" and a spot opening for R.E.M. on its Pageantry tour.


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12 de Novembro de 2011

Crazy Rhythms, while not one of the biggest-selling records of all time, is clearly a key source of what would come to be called "indie" or "alternative" rock in the 1980s. Granted, The Feelies had their influences, but they were inspired by these bands to innovate rather than imitate. Granted, the vocals may at times sound about as close to Lou Reed as is humanly possible, and the influence of this record can be heard in everything from early R.E.M. to Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Still, The Feelies created an inimitable and completely unique sound with their 1980 debut. 


Crazy Rhythms- The Feelies by The Outpost
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11 de Novembro de 2011

Hewson Chen (Vitesse) new project The New Lines debut album out today on The Great Pop Supplement (GPS72).

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Novembro 2011
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