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What better way to end the week than with a brand new jam from UK’s finest Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs? Check out T.E.E.D.’s SoundCloud page for more groovy beats Advertisements
Here’s a sneak peak at Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs‘ new track “Troube”. The single will be available on iTunes May 2nd, with the full release to follow June 20th on Polydor Records (La Roux, The Naked and Famous, etc). Mark your calendars!
I once described Conner Youngblood’s music as “holistic”. Who doesn’t love a subtle reference to Aristotle? Anyone? ANYONE? Come on! Ok, fine. My point was, and still is, that his music is an incredible blend of different sounds and genres … Continue reading
Why, hello there! I haven’t been updating this old thang as much as I should lately, but what better way to dive back into the blogosphere than with a dancing feline and copious amounts of music? Here are a couple of … Continue reading
Gold Panda‘s debut, Lucky Shiner, was one of the best electronic album of 2010. On March 1st, the British producer will release “Marriage” as a digital single, and it will come with remixes from an array of talented artists like Baths, Star Slinger, … Continue reading
Here’s Cut Copy‘s video for “Need You Now”, directed by Keith Schofield who’s known for his odd yet colorful videos like Charlotte Gainsbourg & Beck’s “Heaven Can Wait”, and Chromeo’s “Don’t Turn the Lights On“. Watch Cut Copy perform surrounded by of a … Continue reading
MNDR a.k.a. Amanda Warner’s career took off last year after being featured in Mark Ronson’s “Bang Bang Bang” (see video below). Since then, the electro-pop princess has released some solo work, and has rapidly made a name for herself. Spin … Continue reading
On the transfusion chair today: English indie folk band Noah and the Whale’s L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N remixed by fellow brit Fake Blood. The track may not be as brain damaging as some of FB’s other work (i.e. “Mars”), but it’s still pretty … Continue reading
Starfucker/STRFKR, the electro-pop band hailing from Portland, OR released two tracks from their second full-length LP, Reptilians, set to be released on March 8th 2011. Even though these songs primarily focus on the general concept of death, more specifically getting buried alive and the end … Continue reading