Monthly Archives: May 2011

Escort – Cocaine Blues

I am obsessed with this song. The group, a nineteen person band from Brooklyn specializing in live house music assaults, are bringing back 70s disco with a modern twist. I normally despise disco but something about this catchy, dance-y, bass-heavy … Continue reading

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The Drums – Let’s Go Surfing

Okay I know everyone has heard this song a million times but I started listening to it again over the weekend and can’t get it out of my head! To quote one Youtuber: “I still can’t make my mind up … Continue reading

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John Talabot feat. Glasser – Families

John Talabot is a Spanish DJ who, like many on the scene these days, first made a name for himself doing remixes of popular indie tracks (most notably the xx’s “Shelter“) but has since gone on to release original material. … Continue reading

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Metronomy – The Bay

Metronomy are an electronic pop band from Devon, England who have released three original full length studio albums since their 1999 formation and countless recent indie remixes, including songs by Gorillaz, The Klaxons, The Young Knives, Ladytron, and Lykke Li. … Continue reading

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Portugal. The Man – The Sun

Portugal. The Man is an American psychedelic rock band based in Portland, Oregon that originally hail from the great white north… Wasilla, Alaska. Frontman John Gourley, who is also responsible for a lot of the album artwork done throughout the … Continue reading

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Chet Faker – No Diggity

No Diggity, the mid-90s jam from Blackstreet, brings me right back to my youth and this new groovy cover by Melbourne, Australia’s Chet Faker is bringing it to a whole new level. It is absolute genius. Check out more of … Continue reading

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Minor Sailor – It Happened That Day

Minor Sailor is a multimedia project from Jeremy Joseph and Maia Flore, a French duo that combines the use of visual effects with music. They combine the two in their live shows as Joseph plays his haunting folk and electronica … Continue reading

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