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French reggae-rock group Drunksouls have soared in popularity over the past few months with their video for “Human Race”, a quick-moving yet suavely reggae-infused effort that features swanky brass, chirpy vocals, and wavy Scooby Doo...
I assume we’ll someday be graced with an awesome movie that recaptures the vibe of an ’80s action film, cheese and all. The hero drives a convertible down the Miami coast, with neon lights reflecting off the ocean to his left, as he slowly tails a drug kingpin also responsible for the death of his […]The post Turboslash – “Deathracer” appeared first on .
French reggae-rock group Drunksouls have soared in popularity over the past few months with their video for “Human Race”, a quick-moving yet suavely reggae-infused effort that features swanky brass, chirpy vocals, and wavy Scooby Doo organs. The track has received millions of plays for a reason, and that reason primarily deals with a style that […]The post Drunksouls – “Human Race” appeared first on .
Birmingham-based rock group Dumb are clearly appreciative of ’90s rock. Yet whereas some groups attempt to emulate specific movements – such as the rise of Brit-pop or punk-tinged alternative – Dumb are able to cohesively combine several styles. They merge the raucously fun, party-filled frontman allure of Oasis with a more angular guitar attack reminiscent […]The post Dumb – “Two Bottles” appeared first on .
Ian Nyquist is a Dublin-based artist who produces chilling ambient soundscapes under the moniker LUVKRAFT. Like the most convincing of atmospheric electronic producers, such as Boards of Canada and Autechre, Nyquist relies on innovative sampling, developmental structures, and a constant ethereal quality to emit an otherworldly vibe. His best efforts are fully capable of transporting listeners […]The post LUVKRAFT – “Vernal/Eternal” appeared first on .
Emerging R&B artist Gemini Wired has a strong message throughout her new single “What Now”, an anti-bullying track that would serve as a nice theme for a similar campaign. “Nobody deserves to be made fun of, picked on, or beat up because of who they are,” the aspiring artist says. “I know exactly how much […]The post Gemini Wired – “What Now” appeared first on .
Based out of Marquette, MI, rock group Wett Nurse’s new EP unleashes an exciting vein of psychedelic-rock capable of comparisons to both classics like The Doors and newer psych-garage infusers, like The Oh Sees or Ty Segall. All three tracks on their 2014 EP fall under two minutes, but there’s no denying the group’s energy or jam-friendly sensibilities. […]The post Wett Nurse – “Hissy Fit” appeared first on .
Australian singer-songwriter Michael Cullen has been producing atmospheric rock tunes since the early ’90s, when he formed rock three-piece The Hardheads and released an acclaimed EP, The Long Goodbye, in 1993. After The Hardheards became Watershed shortly thereafter, they followed up that EP with their first full-length. That album – 1995′s You Buried Me – included the […]The post Michael Cullen – “Do You Believe?” appeared first on .
Roladex’s label new album, Anthems for the Micro-Age, was described by their label (Medical Records) as sounding like Kraftwerk playing Magnetic Fields songs. That’s a slightly odd, yet overall effective comparison. After all, the the duo uses punchy Kraftwerk-ian synths and robotic rhythms over a lushly nonchalant yet highly melodic lyrical and vocal accompaniment, similar […]The post Roladex – “Anthem for the Micro-Age” appeared first on .