Archive for May, 2010

TEETH – See Spaces (Visions of Trees Remix)

Look at this GOD DAMN PIANO!

Awesome remix of “See Spaces,” from TEETH’s upcoming single on Moshi Moshi by Royal Rhino super friends Visions of Trees. Superlative.

TEETH – See Spaces (Visions of Trees Remix)

Cheers,

Dwight

May 30, 2010 at 7:58 pm Leave a comment

ANTWERP

ANTWERP

ANTWERP is a young London producer, sans name, with a growing catalog of songs that explode in frantic mosaics of beats and sound, born in the energy of early techno and brightened by a liberal heap of concrete mash. Each new track is like a tongue in cheek jumble, drawing on field recordings and found sounds, and ultimately embracing their own novelty.

ANTWERP – The Perfect Symmetry
ANTWERP – Havoc
ANTWERP – Equinox

Toodle pip,

Dwight

May 30, 2010 at 6:11 pm Leave a comment

UUU

UUU

This debut track of sorts from something (a label?) called UUU – just recently caught touting their summer sampler slated for release this July – sounds like the soundtrack to some obscene Dadaist work out, gradually building layers of synth and percussion into dense collage-pop. Beautiful, energetic, and incredibly promising.

UUU – ???

Cheers,

Dwight

May 30, 2010 at 3:46 pm Leave a comment

French Quarter – It’s Not Just Kissing

French Quarter - It's Not Just Kissing

It’s Not Just Kissing, the follow-up to French Quarter’s 2008 S/T debut, is a collection of intimately personal pop songs, lyrically honest and skillfully composed. Culled from his enormous back catalog of self produced tour releases, It’s Not Just Kissing evokes the songwriting of Michael Zapruder and The Mountain Goats, the moody pop of the American Analog Set, and far from seeming a set of b-sides or oddities, coheres beautifully into a strong sophomore release.

French Quarter – Set of Hours
French Quarter – Wet Cloud

Tonkle tink,

Dwight

May 29, 2010 at 4:43 pm Leave a comment

Coma Cinema – “Only”

Awesome new video for Coma Cinema’s “Only,” off of sophomore LP Stoned Alone.

Cheerios,

Dwight

May 28, 2010 at 12:09 am Leave a comment

MICKEY BROWN

MICKEY BROWN

Born of an entirely appropriate-seeming union between MICKEY MICKEY ROURKE and Canadia’s Lester Brown, MICKEY BROWN takes after both parents, making surreal ambient jams that simmer in drone and sparkle with a delicate menagerie of beats, tones, and ancillary noise. The two are well along in their collaboration, with ten-song debut LP VISION QUEST forecast for some time soon.

MICKEY BROWN – Cough Kitten

Cheers,

Dwight

May 24, 2010 at 6:27 pm 2 comments

Philip Seymour Hoffman – Semi-Marxist Like Us 7″

Great Band Name

The √úbermensch behind Philip Seymour Hoffman was kind enough to send over, among other things, a pair of tracks from his upcoming 7″ Semi-Marxist Like Us, the debut physical release from the fmly’s new label venture. The final 7″ will sound a bit different after Phil has a little more time to give the tracks a heavier mix down, but the untouched sounds every bit as good as I could hope for from the final –
as far as his stuff goes, they’re downright catchy.

Philip Seymour Hoffman – Duckfangs Tickle My Ankles
Philip Seymour Hoffman – Everythin In My Cupboards Is Moldy

Cheerios,

Dwight

May 24, 2010 at 6:11 pm Leave a comment

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