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Tag Archives: Experimental
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
Teen Daze released a remix of “Glass Deers” by fellow Canadian band Braids earlier today. The light and dazzling track does justice to the original song, and to the incredibly-talented musicians behind it. ENJOY. Oh, and make sure to check … Continue reading
Painted Palms is the duo of cousins Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme, both living on opposite coasts of the United States. This long-distance collaboration, an exchange of music and ideas, gave life to their debut five-track EP, Canopy, released in mid-november. … Continue reading
image via Stereogum Braids. The band. Not three interweaved strands of hair. If you haven’t heard about them already, then I guess you can consider today your lucky day. This Montreal-based band has been getting quite a lot of attention from the … Continue reading
The image above is the perfect representation of Swedish duo Niki and the Dove’s newest single Mother Protect: colorful and of all over the place, yet mesmerizing. This electro-pop track’s quirky sound, an impeccable mix of bouncy drums and pan pipe melodies … Continue reading
Dirty Gold definitely has a sound of its own: straight from a 60’s beach party. Its incredible warmth, afro-beats, and retro feel will instantly make you long for sunny summer days. I dedicate this video to everyone who, like me, is … Continue reading
image via Conner Youngblood’s myspace page ‘Monsters’, Conner Yongblood’s newest single, released on November 29th, is a perfect combination of completely different genres. The ethereal synth, dubstep bass lines and subtle banjo picking somehow all come together to create an … Continue reading