Somewhere along the line indie rock fans became indie fans. “Rock” conjured up images of bonehead hometown bros drunkenly plowing their way through power chords and ladies at your local dive and that just...
Up-and-coming indie-pop musician J. Arlin is a Scandinavian artist whose music is strongly influenced by his abundant journeys across seas. Having spent the majority of his life between Denmark and Sydney, his...
excerpt: "Þú ert sólin" is an intoxicating blend of emotions swirling and inducing a cinematic aesthetic, finding a relative perspective in a glorious manner while exuding a melodramatic flurry of aural elation.
Something wicked this way comes a song quickened by electricity of nature, not to be undone by any magic man can make and with the purpose of mind to drive home to you, a tune culled by hands something solid in nature but other-wordly in feeling.
Drink The Sea has the potential to be something groundbreaking, drawing comparisons to an atmospheric soundscape journey like Dark Side Of The Moon, and the symphonic and haunting likeness of Portishead.
With The Fountain Echo & The Bunnymen have dusted off the old pipes so to speak and further accomplished their trademark sound.
The storytelling is strong, mature and filled with images. The recording smacks of the rainbow gatherings and road trips. What more could you want?
Hot Chip drummer Rob Smoughton is all about making the 80's hair dance classics sound relevant again and we got the premiere for his new song -Taxi From The Airport
Oh this song has got funky fresh oozing out of it's every crevasse all right, and has some fat gold hair picks that your momma used to do herself up all nice with to boot.
A House Of Spades succeeds at entertaining even with duo vocals that are as opposite as day is to night but fit the odd composition well.
The Penguin Prison single is reminiscent of the kind of construction that really put Hot Chip on the map. It's tug towards the dance floor is consistent and the chorus makes the head bob from side to side...