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The gentle synth trickles and serene vocals help make “Find Me Out” a piece of rainy-day brilliance. Like atmospherically stirring trip-hop groups in the vein of Massive Attack, Hollywood Principle are extremely adept at juggling...
Brassy spurts and a spacey synth arpeggio prove a fascinating intro to the Pherixx Remix of Dream Circle’s “Dark Star”, with emerging vocals echoing in a melodic reverb over the droplets of spacey synths. The synth lead from 01:10 to around 01:40 reminds me fondly of the electronic duo Air and their impressive atmospheric reach, […] The post Dream Circle – “So Many Things” (A-Frillz 4:20 Remix) appeared first on .
Anyone who enjoyed the vibes on Beck’s most recent album Morning Phase - laid-back with awakened warmth and patient beauty – will find themselves quickly enamored with Andy Blunda’s new single “Surrender”. Blunda is a musical vet who has considerable touring experience, particularly with Fastball during their ’90s reign and hits like “The Way”. He also recorded two albums […] The post Blunda – “Surrender” appeared first on .
The gentle synth trickles and serene vocals help make “Find Me Out” a piece of rainy-day brilliance. Like atmospherically stirring trip-hop groups in the vein of Massive Attack, Hollywood Principle are extremely adept at juggling captivating structural maneuvers with atmospheric brilliance and hooks. The San Diego-based electronic group formed in 2013 by Mike Ault, Elliott Sencan, […] The post Hollywood Principle – “Find Me Out” appeared first on .
Based out of Madrid, The Kiss That Took A Trip is the solo project of M.D. Trello, a talented songwriter/producer who has been producing trippily atmospheric post-rock experiments under the name since 2006. Trello claims to have found his unique voice with his 2012 album The Mighty Have Fallen, where an ambient/jazzy approach allowed him to spaciously craft his […] The post The Kiss That Took A Trip – “Champions of Delay” appeared first on .
I’ve been a fan of Johan Agebjörn’s music for nearly a decade now, ever since I came across Sally Shapiro’s Disco Romance in 2006 (she was one of our first posts). The Agebjörn-Shapiro partnership has been fruitful over the past decade, ranging from the icy Italo-disco excellence of Disco Romance and 2009’s My Guilty Pleasure to 2013’s dance-tinged Somewhere Else – […] The post Johan Agebjörn – “The Boy Who Thought It Was a Good Idea to Cry” appeared first on .
The lonesome and dark industrial atmosphere of goste’s “Loadedlikeapistol” sets a great stage for the alt-rock/electro hybrid, resulting in a track that shows off many of the Brooklyn-based experimental artist’s strengths. goste’s real name is Owen Ross, a producer, instrumentalist, and composer who seems to take a cue from artists like Prefuse 73 and Trent Reznor in […] The post goste – “Loadedlikeapistol” appeared first on .
The top ten albums of 2014 are revealed! Check them out, along with the other top 40, inside. The post Best Albums of 2014: Top Ten appeared first on .