Wondrous DIY bits that will have your sneaker fashions solidified. Not to mention all these bendy guitar riffs that superimpose those faded memories to the new. Just damn good Art here people
Alia Pluto will have you beaming with the light this morning.
Whails is the kind of group begging for an unconnected turntable, whose vernacular evolves via the purple wings sheltered from the storm. Its flying above us in the desert, like water beads bouncing down the colored glass. Yeah, I’m tripping out to this.
Cassida Pax is warbling through this retro ether, more like sniffing the good glue, then walking the park after dark.
A seemingly classic indie personality, resonating sounds with a heavy hand on the guitar, gritty vocal, simple drums. An outstanding music that sits high up in the lo-fi aesthetic.
Not a product, not a plot to swoop up a market, but instead self discovery through the lens of some unknown desire to create. England’s Future Valleys, currently splitting time between the 60’s, the 80’s, and now he’s into a more experimental electronic music.
All pretty heady, and potently fitting for the neo-cassette-culture-movement. A haunted tinged 12 minute looper thats video is an abstraction collage of old movies, basketball, and some other transposed weirdness.
A hop-wave filled with atmospheric hip shakes that will either get you wet, or find you coloring alleyway bricks.
The unfocused imagery of an (almost) empty whiskey bottle, keep you dazed enough not to go through the door that you know leads to the wrong place.
A steady dose of repeater, and the chant-esque to swirl your emotions up to dissect the meaning. I really feel the places in his music, the work is so calm, and cool.
Its so laid back you might feel like you’re digging a hole the Mr. K left you in, just reach out a hand and ask for help, you should be good from there.
Naked House is Damon Guyett, from Waterdown Canada. If you find yourself making sounds and exploring the colors in your head, I’m guessing you’re looking for yourself while also creating something unique and plentiful for the rest of us to experience.
Here is Ellis Swan dwelling in Chicago with his hazy fuzzy old school vocal punches. Everything about Swan is antique and beautifully old school. His lyrics are stories told, like they happened straight out of the 30’s or 40’s when that simple folk started taking over the waves of America
Arc Light is here to throw you back into the days of 80’s indie goodies. When I first heard this guy I put everything I was doing on pause, his voice reminded me so much of Ian Curtis from Joy Division, with that legend living on through New Order!
This comes from his particular brand of lo-fi, which always reminds me of the sound that would happen in the Lost Boys movie after MIchael drinks the blood. Lets just hope Nanook is there to save us all.