Cadence Collective known for bringing the fold into bright lights with stunning sounds from Artists all over the globe. Glass Therapy dropped me a line to let me know about the new sampler they put out, which also contains his contribution of the song “All Smiles.” A glitchy dance number with a little beep bleep […]
A broken somewhat warbly biker chain rock, with the desert psych shades.
Plenty of imagination on LavaLamp’s new record cleverly titled Altlantan. Five songs in total, a delicious EP to kick off what appears to be a groovy new project.
Blown out sunglasses with his now trademark “dark sun” feel. Tracks like “Melon Collie” transcend the desert wonderer, thirsty for H20. Instead, the consumption is colored dots in the sky, you eat them to survive. The new album Crumbs was just released on the wonderful Bad Pop.
Lovely painted pieces that fit without gaps to this risky, and refreshing music. Its more or less great IDM that incorporates some true blue sounding organic instruments. Spectacularly explorative over all else.
Estate out of Minneapolis and NYC, consists of Josh Johnson, Dan Kramer, and Jessie Lesmeister. There sound is Nu Disco with shades of Phoenix (esque) cadence. This music is essential party music. Feel good sounds, no doubt. The new EP is out now!
…the evocative aesthetic is pure, worth the walk down to the water while you explore how you got there. This music reminds me of so much, and its a welcomed feeling.
Bradley Coy, San Diego’s Pink Elephants just released his first EP on April 7th. Its a four track sound blaster, riding heavily on the shoegazer in all of us. Coy, a 17 year old explorer of sound makes a variety of different things based on his own words