A few weeks ago I tweeted about a chillwave band (I’m still uncomfortable with using this term, but since it’s the only term most people can relate to to describe the genre of music…) under the alias, Chill Murray. I heard about them on triple j when they were talking about their SXSW experience, butContinue reading “Bill Murray be chill y’all”
Latest offering from the Chemical Brothers; following from the Escape Velocity public release, put yourself at ease with another dose of what’s to come in their up-and-coming album.
Heard this on the radio and couldn’t resist doing a quick write-up. Hailing from Chelmsford, UK and currently hanging around London. Has done remixes for a few big names and is now releasing some of his own stuff. There is something particularly hypnotic yet simple about ‘You‘. Soundcloud Official Website (in good ‘ol fashion HTML)Continue reading “Gold Panda You”
Dropping in less than 2 weeks; 26th April 2010. Washed Out, Holy Ghost!, Yuksek and The Twelves are part of the tracklisting. Yes! 🙂
How many people in the world today woke up with a massive hankering to listen to Underworld? 90s Acid House/ Progressive Trance at its best.
This is seriously funky! An old Dan Aykroyd film (Dr Detroit) was mashed up to accompany ‘Runaway’ by GRUM. In case you were curious, the movie involved pimps and prostitutes. And yes, that’s Fran Drescher! Love the whole dance scene towards the end of this clip, the 80s porno-esque looks and the groovy synth beats.Continue reading “Runaway by GRUM (Dr Detroit Video Mashup)”
Rage was doing a lot of Countdown episodes the other night and quite naturally, it brings out a lot of 80s nostalgia. They showed a lot of Tears for Fears clips and I felt it would be a crime not to share something that is an anthem for great 80s music.
I must be the only guy who thinks this ad positioned the brand really well. It was a brilliant 61 seconds. Now I need a pair of Wranglers.
Was listening to old mixtapes/ sets and was reacquainted with this beautiful number. Lovers of ambient drone, click on! And watch out for the harmonica part. So long… So long…
MONO are a post-rock group from Tokyo, Japan. The songs, all of which are instrumental, are usually focused on layered guitar melodies. Strings and pianos are also prominently featured in some songs. MONO are known for their powerful live shows and their complex guitar work. Touring in Australia early December. 4th December @ HiFi, MelbourneContinue reading “Mono ‘Hymn to the Immortal Wind’ Tour”