Saturday, July 26, 2014

Touurs - Stay - 2011

"It’s hard to describe when an electronic musician makes a leap toward humanity. The line is so thin, so arguable that I’d challenge anyone to debate it’s very existence. But, for however hazy quantifying that quality may be, there’s always a deep dark feeling in my gut when I feel it true. It’s a feeling stuck somewhere between the epic nostalgia and next line of coke. Philadelphia based, [Touurs], has it. And when you got it, flaunt it." 

Ion "God has this on cassette tape."

SPORTS - Sunchokes - 2014

Female slackers rock! This is a bit garage, a bit punk and a whole lot of fun. 
Well done.

Lost Film - Demo - 2014

Lost Film is the minimalist guitar pop project of Jimmy Hewitt based in Northampton, MA. Formerly: Orca Orca.

two great tracks... worth a listen

Thursday, July 24, 2014


Cutie bedroom pop songs... All short, sweet tunes

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

My Tulpa - Daymares - 2014

Well penned songs coming out of Massachusetts; endearing, linear songs with lo-fi intentions splattered throughout. Nice release.

Walter Mitty and his Makeshift Orchestra - Well Soon - 2014

Recorded from Fall 2013 to Spring 2014 in Kokomo, Kris's bonus room, Walters's parent's garage, a UCSB classroom, and Grandma Bunny's tool shed.

Craig Alan Hughes - A Short EP About Scotland - 2014

A multi-instrumentalist, writer and producer, Edinburgh-based Craig creates melodious indie-folk in the mould of Sufjan Stevens, Elliott Smith and Jeff Buckley. 

With experience supporting the likes of Paolo Nutini, Two Door Cinema Club and US stars Rooney, Craig has been delighting the live scene in Scotland with his recent performances in the CCA, Voodoo Rooms, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, and Queen’s Hall. 

"Will make a fantastic addition to Scotland's roster of world-class acts." 

“A born songwriter…captivating…Hughes will be a name on everyone’s lips.” 

Monday, July 21, 2014

The Autumn Stones - In With the Out Crowd - Single 2014

Vibrant horn and hook-laden jangle guitar provide bright counterpoint to the smooth, melancholic vocals and cerebral lyrics of Canadian dream pop band The Autumn Stones. Ciaran Megahey, voice/guitar; Michael K. Newton, bass; Matthew McLaughlin, drums; Gary Butler, saxophone.