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animal collective centipede hz mp3
animal collective centipede hz mp3

Stream Animal Collective’s New Album, Centipede Hz

Animal Collective posted a track-by-track stream of their upcoming album, Centipede Hz, on their web site. Some listeners caught the album’s streaming premiere at 9PM ET via Animal Collective’s weekly radio transmis...
 
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july music compilation
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Obscure Sound: Best of July 2012

I apologize for being late, again, with this. Look on the bright side: we’re only two weeks away from the August compilation. The two combined should feature about 40 bands or so in a span of 15 days. But let’s focu...

 
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Video: Panda Bear – “You Can Count on Me”

Like Panda Bear? Great. Enjoy psychedelics? Even better, if you intend on watching this video. If Lennox's songs weren't already enough of a mind trip, Danny Perez turned in a music video for "You Can Count on Me" that seems de...
 
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Win Two Animal Collective Tickets for 7/9

Animal Collective will perform this Saturday at Merriweather Post Pavillion, the prestigious Maryland venue that inspired their latest full-length's title. We're offering an opportunity for you to win a pair of tickets to the e...
 

 
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Beware the Woodsman

With more emphasis on guitars and real drums, Woodsman continue the trend of electronic-induced psychedelia prevalent in major acts today. From Animal Collective’s tribal-like fervency to the lush “chillwave” tag associated wit...
 
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Avey Tare – Down There (2010)

Avey Tare’s debut full-length sounds like it was recorded in some submerged swamp, where the croaking of frogs and buzzing of flies is enough to satisfy Portner's percussive urges. The production on his debut full-length is res...

 
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His Dreams Feel Real

Ross Fish, an 18-year-old from central Jersey, has interesting standards. Whereas most of his peers attempt to specialize in DJing, hip-hop beatmaking, or other more accessible pathways to the creation of electronic music, Fish...
 
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Of Montreal – False Priest (2010)

Of Montreal's tenth album is their most accessible yet, offering a meshing of cohesiveness and ambition that coincides with the band's idiosyncratic sound. Kevin Barnes' lyrical variation of humor and serious infliction aid an ...

 
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Pop Winds

Continuing the surge of experimental-pop from Montreal, Pop Winds excel in diverging colorful psychedelia and indie-rock to create a sound that is familiarly addictive, yet still relatively incomparable. On “Owl Eyes̶...
 
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Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti – Before Today (2010)

After dozens of hand-crafted releases, Ariel Pink has emerged with an exceptional album that polishes up his lo-fi production values without sacrificing the ingenious songwriting and domineering personality that brought him acc...