Saturday, 3 December 2011

The Saddest Landscape - You Will Not Survive

I know, Screamo is dead, blah blah.
So is this site. Sorry people... person. I just don't have the time to update anymore. No, not even once a day. It's a sad state of affairs. I ahven't even been keeping up with music.

Here is some sites you should hit up.

Saturday, 26 November 2011

Car Seat Headrest - Twin Fantasy [2011]


Really good, lo-fi indie rock. You can cop it from their bandcamp you can also cop other albums by them there too. All on a "name your price" basis.
If you like it, I suggest you give them a little of your monies.

Saturday, 12 November 2011

Le Butcherettes - Sin Sin Sin [2011]

Fuzzy guitars, lo-fi punk and female vocals.

Saturday, 5 November 2011

DyE - Taki 183 [2011]

DyE is Juan De Guillebon, French electronic producer who makes pretty good minalist electronic beats that are, well, good to put it simply. You might have seen the fantasy video, maybe? The album as a whole is a really good experience. So, yes, GET ON IT.

Saturday, 29 October 2011

A Lull - Confetti [2011]

Apparently I missed out on this gem. Everyone kept asking if I had heard it, I had not. So I got round to getting it, and well. I must say if you missed this gem, I suggest you fix that error.

From their because it does a better job describing than I could.
Chicago’s A Lull is nearly impossible to describe without qualifiers. Equal parts mystical and primal, the music crafted by these five multi-instrumentalists gathers the recognizable traits of a half dozen indie micro-genres, tosses out all but the stem cells, then adds the calculated, percussive verve of a half dozen rhythm sections on top of beautifully crafted songwriting to result in a sound that is as unique as it is memorable. A Lull blurs the lines between the synthesized and organic.

Saturday, 22 October 2011

Michael Jordan - Summer Demos [2008]


This isn't the cover. I ahve no idea what the cover looks like. My friend sent me the link and I really enjoyed it. You may like it, may not, I don't know. I like it.

Saturday, 15 October 2011

Devon Williams - Euphoria [2011]


Devon Williams performs a shimmering pop music that tempers sweetness and bliss with an honest, unguarded perspective. (Slumberland Records)
It's jingly jangly indie pop for all the family.