Killing me, that's what The State Of Gold is doing to me. I've personally listened to NPR's album stream of the new Matt Pond PA long player (13 tracks to be exact) way too many times not to post it up here because it is officially kicking my whining, indie listening, ass.
Ryan Lott, aka Son Lux, knows how to make beats matter with his all new album Bones. This go-round he employed the talents of master guitarist Rafiq Bhatia, and drummer extraordinaire, Ian Chang. You can listen to the Bones in it's entirety below, and just in time before it hits the digital market place June 23rd, 2015.
The dark cold of Sweden is a sweet elixir for art explorations as yet another radical band emerges, at least to our knowledge, from the land of Scandinavian genius, in the form of Terrible Feelings who have released upon our humble world a new album, Tremors, via Deranged Records. Listen below.
Zen Mystery Fogg have crafted 4 breezy guitar heavy tracks with minimal hooks that soothe, more than blast their way into your eardrums. The Vancouver 5-piece release records via Kingfisher Bluez and have a new 7" record, Because of You which goes quite well with a stroll down the beach. Lucky us, the recording comes out April 18th.
Iceland, if you've never been there then do it now, is home to the orchestrations of Ólafur Arnalds . His new album, For Now I Am Winter, is due out on April 2nd via Mercury Classics. And, for the first...