Category Archives: psych-pop

New Animal – The Sound That It Makes

Here’s a fresh jam from New Animal, an Atlanta duo I first introduced you to last May with “Fires In The Backyard.” Kris Hermstad and Derek Burdette are back again with more of their signature lo-fi beats and released this … Continue reading

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TV On The Radio – Will Do

TV On The Radio is a jazzy, post-punk electro art rock band with a little dash of soul thrown in. In other words, they are a unique group who produce tunes spanning various diverse genres. They formed in Brooklyn in … Continue reading

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New Animal – Fires In The Backyard

Kris Hermstad and Derek Burdette are two dudes who make up New Animal, a great new duo from Atlanta who have recently released their 15-track self-titled debut album. Their musical style is hard to pin point but one description of … Continue reading

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Gobble Gobble – Lawn Knives

Here’s a strangely wonderful track track from last years album from Gobble Gobble, moniker for Edmonton-based artist Cecil Frena. Pitchfork described his genre as “hyper-pop,” a term that is accurate but falls somewhat short. It’s been a toughie, but I’d … Continue reading

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