Archive for January, 2013

Awesome Album Covers

January 23rd, 2013 | Features | 0 Comments

I suppose that’s one curious euphemism you could for her tits…

Have You Heard The New…Doldrums?

January 21st, 2013 | Features | 0 Comments

The now-Montreal based, once-Toronto-based samplegazer Doldrums (aka Airick Woodhead) has a new album on the horizon called Lesser Evil, and the shit I’m hearing from it sounds pretty cum-your-pants-tastic. I’m like not even brown-nosing, this shit really is fucking killer; there’s a reason Pitchfork is pissing itself to write about him.

The song we’ve all got to analyze today is “Anomaly”, a word that most people (myself included) probably learned after watching The Matrix Reloaded and pulling out a dictionary to find out what the fuck the Architect said to Neo in the scene where they have their conversation. Anyways, the song actually (to my great delight) finds Woodhead moving more towards the ‘gaze’ than the ‘sample’ – everything here swoons and moans – it’s pretty beautiful and sexy stuff. And Woodhead weaves a great vocal melody on top of the shifting, swirling whole. Interesting – are we to expect an album more in this vane than the more manic, sometimes Bollywood-inspired sounds of his past work?

Whatever the case, it seems each new develop with the post-Spiral Beach crew brings more impressive surprises. I wouldn’t be surprised to see it hitting critics top-ten lists. Long time since The Drake Hotel shows, eh guys?

Miss Elizabeth

January 19th, 2013 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

Toronto is like the fucking bag with no bottom of great bands. This week I got hit by these guys Miss Elizabeth who dabble in a strange brew of shoegaze/electro/pop shit. And so they’ve earned this post on this page.

Dutch Uncles

January 19th, 2013 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

Manchester art-prog-pop band that just released a fucking awesome album (streaming on Hype Machine as of this writing). So yeah. Dutch Uncles. Sweet shit.

Sibille Attar

January 16th, 2013 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

I love a really solid pop song and this guy, “Come Night” by Sibille Attar, is about as sugary as they come – of course it’s Swedish, produced by one of the dudes in Peter, Bjorn and John, no less. (via Pitchfork)