Canadian electronic musicians Adam Marshall and Michael Milosh have teamed up to produce “The Valley”, an electronic song that, much like the video suggests, is perfect for late night drives. Check it.
“Golden Eyes Forever”, the debut 5-track release from Alec Feld’s project Golden Eye is described by himself as being about “the disintegration of summer and the construction of the fall months…the cyclic nature of psychosis”.
As Fall now makes its presence felt at the cost of Summer’s warmth, this collection of tracks makes for perfect commiseration, nostalgia at our own entrapment in cycles. Tireless loops meshed with sleepy vocals, punchy drum-beats startling the calm, Golden Eye’s mantra “the Woods are our Beach” makes sense relative to its contrast, sound.
Golden Eye’s next release is expected in the Spring, one can wonder […]
Ernest Gonzalez is a producer whose specialty lies in the experimental, ambient, electronic realm (He is also the owner of San Antonio’s Exponential Records) In Februrary 2010 , he will be releasing the “Been Meaning to Tell You” LP on LA label Friends of Friends. In anticipation of the release, Friends of Friends and Mr. Gonzales will be releasing the “Self-Awakening” EP featuring two original tracks, and remixes/covers by Faunts, Take, CYNE, Mexicans with Guns and Yppah!According to Mr. Gonzales himself, “The title Self Awakening refers to the final scene of the film when the […]
San Francisco’s Birds and Batteries seems to carve their own genre-less music. Never really being able to classify it, their sound combines the fun of late 70′s freak funk with a detached, studio cool of 80′s R&B.
Their new EP, Up To No Good, finds them in new territory which songwriter, Mike Sempert describes as “a spooky-funky adventure” heavily influenced by Bowie’s Scary Monsters, P-Funk and John Carpenter films, a great combination in my book.
As you listen to the EP’s 5 track, you get to see why you can really classify their music into a specific genre. Every thing […]
Uk producer, The Diogenes Club, has released his new EP “Do You Know How To Feel It?” via Urban Torque Recordings.Combining hints of Empire of the Sun and Cut Copy, with vocals similar to Ben Gibbard (Death Cab for Cutie), his first single, “The Ageless,” will get you moving, but wont give you too much energy– a perfect transition track for a Monday Morning.enjoy!The Diogenes Club – Ageless
Britain’s hottest live dance outfit, Japanese Pop Stars, are releasing their new album We Just Are : Live on Gung-Ho Recordings on September 21st. The album was recorded during their world tour over the past year and has all their greatest tunes performed to a hyped-up live crowd, plus new tracks.I have to admit that their sound translates really well in the live atmosphere, their grooves are awesome and their sound tight. Never been to one of their shows, but based on what I’ve heard from this album, I’m sure it must be a great experienceCheck out a track […]
Jogger is an American singer/songwriter duo consisting of Amir Yaghmai on violin and guitar, and Jonathan Larroquette on laptop and controllers, with the vocal duties divided between them. Their sound is very experimental, often building completely new songs from “sonic scraps” to make something you have never heard before.Jogger’s first full-length album, This Great Pressure is the product of those sonic scraps. Initially, Jogger had almost no idea what type of music they wanted to create, but they had a room full of instruments, hardware, software, and seven years to figure it out.This Great Pressure has 10 tracks that […]
I never thought I would hear island influenced electronica until I turned on the latest installment of the Friends of Friends Series (check out our review of the 1st one with Daedelus and Jogger), but I’m glad that I did. This tropical sound comes from Swiss duo, Larytta. Larytta released their debut album, Difficult Fun, last year to good reviews. FOF was so impressed that they asked them to produce 3 tracks for the latest installment without ever meeting them.Larytta then asked their fellow Swiss friends, Bauchamp, to do the b-side to the installment. Bauchamp has a similar style […]