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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Perfect mellow electro-pop from Canadian duo New Look. Originally from Hamilton in Canada these cool kids produced one of the albums of the year in 2011 according to the Guardian, with their self-titled debut. The Ballad: The combination of Sarah … Continue reading
Edinburgh’s indie-pop fourpiece Django Django released their debut album about 4 weeks ago. This eponymous album turns the idea and growing model of indie on its head and brings a far more psychedelic vibe to the forefront. They have … Continue reading
Wouter “Wally” De Backer (born 21 May 1980), also known professionally by his stage name Gotye, is a Belgian-Australian multi-instrumental musician. I stumbled accross his third and latest album Making Mirrors on SoundCloud. Minimal but enchanting.
The band formerly known as Netherlands, now Pale Seas present a certain eerie folk with their music, with a firm layer of optimism. Originally from Southampton, this five-piece band are releasing their single EP Something or Nothing on 5th March … Continue reading
A friend recommended this. Definitely worthy of song of the day. Active Child is the working name of electronic music artist Pat Grossi. And my song of choice Hanging On.
With Hot Chip’s four studio albums, a solo album “Harvest Festival” and the running of genre-defying record label Greco-Roman under his belt, Joe Goddard has been a busy man. This man who has been called a musical genius of our … Continue reading
This Sydney quartet, that apparently formed during their university days, were performing tonight in London. As I am not in London, I had a listen. Try Colour is my song of the day.
Twin Shadow was the Rolling Stone ‘Band of the Week’ back on October 7, 2010. I did not know this, and I have only just had the delight of being told about them. From Brooklyn, I would describe them as indie pop … Continue reading
Sedative music. Great for chilling.