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Recycle Culture music
Recycle Culture music
Recycle Culture music

Recycle Culture makes good use of his name. The electronica producer is fond of recycling/re-using samples from various worlds of electronic music, from intimate field recordings to electro-based infusions of smoky soul/jazz hy...

 
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Banquise music
Banquise music
Banquise music

Hailing from Bordeaux, France, the elegant synth-pop of Banquise is showcased in enthralling and eclectic form through their new album, People Under the Sun. From the disco and funk-tinged crawl of “Present Has Nothing Wr...

 
 
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inevitable daydream
inevitable daydream
inevitable daydream

Talk about a great first impression. “Summer Song” is the first non-demo release from very promising rock group Inevitable Daydream, based out of Kent, UK. They capture an exhilarating form of garage-rock with the s...

 
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Two Bottle Jump
Two Bottle Jump
Two Bottle Jump

Two Bottle Jump are a raw yet talented rock group out of London, whose ferocious sound is an amalgamation of Wire’s concise post-punk, Franz Ferdinand’s stylish indie-rock, and various extractions from the heyday of...

 
 
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Fou De Toi
Fou De Toi
Fou De Toi
 

Fou De Toi – “Dreams”

 
March 10, 2014
 



Fou De Toi deliver the crisply sonorous indie-rock we’ve come to expect from the Swedish music scene. A product of just that, the trio refers to their new track “Dreams” as perhaps the “most melancholy, ...

 
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Twin Peaks tribute
Twin Peaks tribute
Twin Peaks tribute

David Lynch’s Twin Peaks must be an interesting series to pay tribute to, in a musical sense. It has such an intoxicating atmosphere and array of heady, multi-dimensional themes that it offers a variety of angles to write...

 
 
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February 2014 music
February 2014 music
February 2014 music

Over half the tracks in February’s compilation have less than 1000 plays on SoundCloud. Of the five tracks that managed to get over that 1000 play mark, only one (Tommy’s “Why Did I Say Goodbye) has over 2000 ...

 
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animal holograms
animal holograms
animal holograms

Somewhere between the vocal stylings of Marc Bolan and Elliott Smith, Jason Williams’ voice is a hypnotic and understated element of Animal Holograms, a Chicago-based trio with a dreamily loose sound that blends shoegaze ...