Deep house producer Maya Jane Coles remixes the track “First Fires,” which was on Bonobo’s latest release, The Northern Borders.
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Here’s the video for “2.4.1,” the second single from Bot’Ox’s forthcoming sophomore album ‘Sans Dormir’ to be released as a six-piece series on I’m a Cliché records.
"2.4.1." was shot by 25-year old French director Ugo Mangin in Sukhumvit district, Bangkok, Thailand.
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This week’s Free Tuesday is a live set from Nashville-based folk band Bear Cub, recorded for Noisetrade.
With a penchant for playful melody lines and an intensely emotional vocal delivery, Bear Cub delivered quite a thrilling set for their NoiseTrade EastSide Manor Session. If you’re not familiar with frontman Jesse Hall’s explosive 1-2 punch of sing/shout vocals and layered storytelling, songs like “Three Records Deep,” “Mexico,” and “I’ve Been Around” will prove to be the perfect introduction. Also, keep your eyes and ears out for a little added sonic seasoning courtesy of (some of) Street Corner Symphony. (Noisetrade)
Thrill Jockey hombres, Pontiak (a Virginian band of bros that were known to fart around in B’more for a couple years) and Arbouretum (a true Baltimore band) teamed up for this sludgy, neo-psychadelic beast of an EP, “Kale.” Pontiak still has strong ties with our charming city and are notable for being a top 100 SXSW act in 2011, and Arbouretum begins a tour on 1 December 2013, playing with the hometown advantage on 14 December 2013. Not to be missed, yo.
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Not surprisingly, Death Grips leaked another albums worth of material last week off their facebook (and it is quite good). Here is one of my favorite tracks off the new LP Government Plates: “Two Heavens.”
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Here’s a single from 50’s leaning indie pop duo Elephant. Despite having formed the group 3 years ago, they still haven’t released a debut album, so be on the lookout for that in 2014
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Ever curious to hear Gucci Mane rap over Boards of Canada? Well now you can with this rather ingenius cloud rap mixtape. The user, Caddybay, has also done a mixtape mashing Com Truise and UGK and plans to do a full album combining Wu Tang Clan and Boards of Canada.
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Check out the title track of the Uncanny Valley EP by the Suffolk electronic trio The Soft.
"We tread a fine line between electronic and acoustic music," explains vocalist Henry Morris of their new EP Uncanny Valley. “A lot of our samples are of acoustic instruments, or found samples of keys and doors being opened. We try to focus on a more organic electronic sound rather than being entirely synthesised.” (Dazed Digital)
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There is an overuse of the word “forlorn” by those who don’t need it. The use of language is not something I typically pay attention to, but music as poignant and visceral as that which You Won’t, an indie duo from Cambridge, played for us on an early October afternoon makes me aware of how precious the meaning of a words can be. A friend told me once about a poem she read, about a man who saw another man shot. When the poet described the look on the dead man’s face he said it looked like and apartment that hadn’t been lived in for years. Sometimes I wonder if I don’t spend enough time living inside myself. In the throws of these songs, I tour through my empty apartments as if I am someone very brave and wonder what it is I am afraid of.
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I’ve really been feeling Jhené Aiko’s new EP, Sail Out.
I’ll have another track of hers on my show today, but here’s “3:16am.”
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