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Koloto – “Antares”

 
February 25, 2014
 



Like Matthew Herbert or Mirah before her, Koloto (Maria Sullivan) is capable of using natural sounds – like water droplets or the clinging of kitchen utensils – as leads in intelligently composed and highly melodic ...

 
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“Why Did I Say Goodbye” was brought to my attention by the excellent Johan Agebjörn, producer of Sally Shapiro’s acclaimed Italo disco-inspired releases, which range from 2006’s classic Disco Romance to ...

 
 
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Even though The Knife seem to be the current face of oddball Swedish electronica, the scene is thriving with plenty of other talented groups like Det lilla extra. Based out of Umeå, Sweden, their grasp of dark and deeply affect...

 
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When you collide the jangly guitar-pop of The Housemartins with David Bowie’s spacey ambition and David Byrne’s idiosyncratically melodic vocals you get something along the lines of AstroMike Gordon, a delightful gr...

 
 
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Very Americans are a group out of Harrisburg, PA capable of grandiose alt-rock efforts like “Without A Trace”, a track that shows their ability to concisely and excitedly deliver a hook-filled punch. Their polished ...

 
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Kbit – “Anytime But Then”

 
February 20, 2014
 



Australian producer Kosta Andreadis (Kbit) specializes in a highly atmospheric hybrid of downtempo and house electronica, exemplified well within the swelling beauty of standout track “Anytime But Then”, off his new...

 
 
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“Junior Code Course” is an absolute blast of a track that reminds of power-pop’s great heyday. Y’know, back when groups like Teenage Fanclub, Big Star, and The Pastels used to churn out concisely infecti...

 
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Richard Tyler Epperson presents an eclectic alternative-pop sound that ranges from the acoustical flutters of a sentimental John Mayer track (“Hourglass”, “Rain“) to ambitious psych-folk efforts in the v...