Posts Tagged ‘the rest’

The Rest

May 17th, 2012 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

Hamilton folk-gazers The Rest finally finished their long in-progress full-length Seesaw and it appears it was mastered by Bob Weston. Nice. Here’s a track.

Hangover Mix 2012

January 1st, 2012 | The Mix | 0 Comments

Here’s a little mix to start your new year off softly, slowly, one foot at a time. Cuz last night was prettttyyyyyy awesome.

1. Birdie Hilltop – The Ready Dance

2. The Morning Clouds – A Walk Home

3. Blood Rexdale And The Walls Are Blonde

4. Panda Bear – Surfer’s Hyme

5. Loom – Promised Land

6. Sibylle Baer – William

7. The Rest – Always On My Mind

8. Vashti Bunyan – Come Wind Come Rain

9. Twin Sister – Kimmi In A Rice Field


September Mix

October 11th, 2011 | The Mix | 0 Comments

September was a good month for indie rock. A lot of cool stuff came out – good timing too, cuz it gave me all kinds of cool new stuff to listen while starting school work again :$ So yeah, likewise I think the month’s mix turned out well, got some big poppy bouncers on there, some nice little lo-fi stuff – it’s cool.

1. Summer Camp – Better Off Without You

2. Pterodactyl – Nerds

3. Regina – Haluan Sinut

4. [Bird]bones – Meet Me There, On A Hill

5. Gathered Ghosts – Feels Like Nothing

6. The Rest – Always On My Mind

7. The Morning Clouds – A Walk Home

8. Seoul – Know Your Boyfriend

9. The Rapture – Children

10. Winter Family – Shooting Stars


Contest: We Are Augustines + The Rest @ Wrongbar, Sept 30th

September 28th, 2011 | Features | 0 Comments

Wasuppppp. Want to go see NYC’s We Are Augustines with Hamilton folk-gazers The Rest this weekend @ Wrongbar? Of course you do, cuz those are two killa bands. Which is why it’s awesome that courtesy of Embrace Presents we’re giving away two passes to the show.

In order to win, email us at or via twitter and tell me: What band has a song called “Saint Augustine”?

The Rest

September 10th, 2011 | Mp3 Posts | 0 Comments

It’s been a while since I last listened to Hamilton folk-gazers The Rest, but they’ve gotten like…seriously, seriously good. (Via No Fear Of Pop)

The Rest – The Last Day