Albums Of The Year: #26 Alice Boman - Skisser. Released via Adrian Recordings (@adrianrec)
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Video: Angel Olsen - Forgiven/Forgotten
Angel Olsen first offering since signing to Jagjaguwar completely caught me off-guard. Much like her label-mate Sharon Van Etten, Olsen started out as an intimate folk singer, using sparsely arranged acoustics as a backing for her beautiful siren-like vocals, but “Forgiven/Forgotten” is anything but serene. Instead what she offers is a relentless adrenaline rush of punkish guitars and orderly chaos. Over the course of the tracks two short minutes, Olsen shows the intensity and range of her voice while rushing headlong towards its inevitable conclusion; “I don’t know anything! But I love you”. READ MORE
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New Post: Jorge Elbrose (Ariel Pink & Jorge Elbrecht) - Called To Ring. Via @MexicanSummer
New Post: Listen to one of dance musics rising stars: Kayper (@djkayper)- Out Of Mind
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New Post: New brilliant track from The War On Drugs. Listen to “Red Eyes”.
Video: Young Galaxy - Hard To tell.
"The Knife and Charli XCX have to excuse us but Young Galaxy forth full-length takes the lead as the finest synth-pop record of the year. We have already written about how the Montreal-based outfit’s relocated most of Ultramarine’s recordings to Dan Lissvik’s studio in Gothenburg, Sweden. The two previous singles we’ve featured has showed a new side of the band, exploring and searching deeper into synthesizer layered territories….” READ MORE