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We’ve waited two years for a sequel. Just as it looked like nothing would arrive, over the horizon comes another suited and booted, locked and loaded, ’80s-heavy action movie soundtrack mixtape to complete the Blood Bros trilogy. BLOOD BROS III Back In America features songs from Top Gun, Beverly Hills Cop, Vision Quest, Teen Wolf,… Read more »
What’s the product of a musician who grows up in a generation whose musical zeitgeist could be described as bombastic, whose peers are prone to asking “where’s the drop?” and who are winning the loudness war by mass adoption of soul-crushing non-dynamic chart dance? What’s the product of someone versed in electro/acoustic composition but equally… Read more »
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Amazing video for Hot Chip’s ‘Don’t Deny Your Heart’ by Peter Serafinowicz. Reminds me of Super Furry Animals’ ‘Play It Cool’ except cooler and um, more homoerotic. “THE DIMENSION OF DANCE!” Wait for the genuine bellow-aching laugh bit. A contender for video of the year.
“Bon Jovi aren’t fit for Whelan’s On New Year’s Eve!” “Don’t worry Hilda, BP Fallon will still get us VIP tickets.” “I’m going to get completely shitfaced and listen to the new Flying Lotus album full blast.” Hitler finds out Bon Jovi will headline Slane 2013. Thanks for the laughs Eamon Sweeney.
Well, this is amazing. Bonus points to Chairlift for recording a Japanese version of their song and making a video for it. Too cool. Caroline Polacheck lived in Tokyo when she was younger so she’s a natural. Love the “Something Something Something” intelligible bit. Released on 7″ on Young Turks too.
Benny Smiles has given me one of my favourite tracks of the last month already with ‘Sunday Morning’ (below) but here in a turn into Rubberbandits territory, the Loud Mouth Collective producer combines with Ballz Deep (who wrote the lyrics and sings the tune) and goes for the art heads with an R&B jam about… Read more »
Bonkers video from Seventeen Evergreen aka San Fran’s Caleb Pate and Nephi Evans. Charity shops are dangerous places after all. This tune is from their Psyentist EP on Lucky Number Music. Vinyl and MP3 via Bandcamp. The video is a Terri Timely and Sarah Applebaum production. More info.