Monthly Archives: March 2011

Poolside – Do You Believe

This is the second song off of Zimmer’s March Madness Mixtape that I posted a while ago.. but it’s just so rad I had to throw it up on it’s own as today’s jam. Poolside is a new studio project … Continue reading

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Zimmer – March Madness Mixtape

Alright so I know it’s more than my usual one song, as it’s an hour long, but it’s super awesome!! This talented Parisian had me chairdancing the afternoon away at work. While I do dig most of it, I feel … Continue reading

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Adele – Melt My Heart To Stone

Adele’s debut 19 was one of my favorite albums the year it came out. It was fresh and bold, her boisterous talent evident right from the start. The naivety of her words were charming and irresistible and man, did she … Continue reading

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Braids – Lemonade

Tonight is going to be a great fucking time. There are three spicy hot acts playing at the Biltmore Cabaret this evening and I have a ticket. I am amped. The show is headlined by experimental chillwave artist extraordinaire, Toro … Continue reading

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Work Drugs – Curious Serg

Chillwave rears it’s beautiful face again with new Philadelphia based duo Work Drugs. Sound production elements are shared both both members of the band, although Benjamin Louisiana claims to be more responsible for the instrumentals, leaving vocals up to the … Continue reading

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Tristen – Baby Drugs

This track from the hot rising artist Tristen is about as happy-go-lucky as a pop indie tune can get. Most of her debut release, Charlatans at the Garden State, was a bit too sugary for my taste but “Baby Drugs” … Continue reading

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Joywave – Golden State

Here’s one from New York based five piece Joywave, a great indie/electro band from Rochester who formerly performed under the name the Hoodies. They make use of great samples by doing unique arrangements alongside their original lyrics, creating a great … Continue reading

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