younger than yesterday
10 de Dezembro de 2011

I Really Do by Seapony

Heavenly Beat - “Faithless” by Creeping Wave

Your Tomb by CraftSpells

The Embassy - You Tend To Forget by EDPMC Vincent !!!

Beach Fossils - Calyer by nikileighbuds

Beach Fossils - Plastic Flowers by ginoballon

dive - sometime by thissceneisntdead

Into Black by BLOUSE

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09 de Dezembro de 2011

Blouse are a hazy Portland trio who picked their name out of a dry cleaner's window and have actively identified as dream pop. But the West Coast threesome's pillowy, nostalgic abstractions veer from the sweeping histrionics of M83 or breezy gestures of various Scandinavians toward a woozy, romantic restlessness: Pains of Being Pure at Heart birthed by Madchester, Mazzy Star's Hope Sandoval in The Breakfast Club, Metric for philosophy majors. 

take the pills

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08 de Dezembro de 2011

As it currently stands, Slow Loris is unabashedly a bedroom-pop act. Routine Glow was recorded entirely in Doyle’s Madison apartment, with all of the production quality of a bedroom recording project—which is to say it (like a lot of stuff these days) sounds like Panda Bear. The album’s textures are glossy and cloaked by reverb, but the songs themselves are too thoroughly and familiarly of-the-’90s to be cast into the same pool of over-saturated pop.

we love music (filesonic)

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07 de Dezembro de 2011

Hammock is an American two-member post-rock band from Nashville, Tennessee. With music created in between production and songwriting projects over the course of two years, Hammock combines live instrumentation, electronic beats, and droning guitar into atmospheric music similar in style to the work of Boards of Canada, Explosions in the Sky, and Stars of the Lid. Here with Steve Kilbey (The Church).

warehouse songs

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06 de Dezembro de 2011

I Karibean rappresentano l'ennesima conferma che alcune delle cose più interessanti in Italia negli ultimi tempi stanno arrivando dalla nostra East Coast.
L'ep Love, Tears & Spiritual Blessing (in free download) si apre con una vibrazione Beach Boys, limpida e tranquilla, come arrivare in spiaggia la mattina presto, guardarsi intorno, respirare a fondo e avere voglia che sia una grande giornata. E poi parte We Need The Sun: gli Housemartins che scivolano sul surf, i Vampire Weekend a banco. Non manca nulla. Muovi un passo sulla sabbia ed è proprio così, molto semplice: tu - hai - bisogno - di - sole. C'è un'aria che soffia dal mare, sono le armonie vocali dei Karibean. C'è una brezza rock'n'roll che scompiglia le sei corde e i riflessi sull'acqua, si riempie di echi come nella perfetta Gregorian Spring, un'invito Sixties a cui non so dire di no.
Sorrido. Chitarre e melodie, che l'estate è arrivata. 

free download

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05 de Dezembro de 2011

Hazed Dream is a record that fits more precisely into its time and place. With their mumbled verses and slacker spirituality, Warren's compositions aren't terribly distant from Kurt Vile's effect pedal-enhanced folk-rock, albeit lacking in some of the Philly-based rocker's gift for conjuring pastoral sprawl. In the subdued soloing, you can hear echoes of San Francisco retro noodlers Wooden Shjips. Psychic Ills hung on to their schtick long enough that they seem to have phased back into tune with their peers.

early tuesday morning

Psychic Ills - Hazed Dream by sacredbones
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03 de Dezembro de 2011

You want retro? Get a load of their equipment, from the vintage Farfisa and Vox organs to the ever-lovable Moog synthesizers. You want futurist? It's the sound of not-so-well-oiled machinery, churning and sputtering into space age bachelor pad heaven and postindustrial hell. You want pure pop? Dig how they mine mod sounds of the '60s, from Burt Bacharach to Françoise Hardy, and pull melodies straight out of a bubblegum wrapper. You want avant garde? Check the blatant liftings from '70s krautrockers Neu! and Can, plus their appropriations of Philip Glass's disjointed wordplay and Ornette Coleman's jagged alto sax. Amazon.


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Cybele's Reverie - Stereolab from bahimas on Vimeo.
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02 de Dezembro de 2011

Has to be the finest piece of liquid funk ever made, i never thought i would find this classic lp if jazzy sounding, relaxed drum'an bass is your thing it's a must well slept on two stand out tracks are Atmospheric funk and Heat two classics i originally heard on One in the jungle on Radio 1 back in 96'on 4'HERO's show. In a word slammin!!!! 

oday music

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01 de Dezembro de 2011

"Bad Dancers Collide" is a collaboration between singer-songwriter Beth Carley and Mark Tranmer (who also works with gnac and The Montgolfier Brothers). The Glimpses 5-track E.P. is available now on double colour 7" vinyl ... HERE ... . The E.P. will also be released in digital form on 12th December 2011. Bad Dancers Collide are currently rehearsing for future gigs. Digital version out on amazon. Indispensável!

Raising Tower Blocks (from Glimpses E.P.) * Bad Dancers Collide by mark tranmer
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01 de Dezembro de 2011

The Solid Doctor borrows elements from an astounding variety of genres on this LP, including trip-hop, funk, ambience, house, techno and jazz. Despite the disparity, the music flows well along an electronic groove.


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Dezembro 2011
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