There is something beautiful, slightly messy, but absolutely charming about Grace Vonderkuhn and her new song “Saints with Death Wishes.”
“Presented as a layered and densely chaotic display, the track finds something of a balance thanks to Duma’s hypnotic lead vocal which reigns in the fluid electronic backdrop that threatens to swallow all around it.”
“If you’ve ever wanted a soundtrack for flying, if indeed you can fly, then this is the song for you. If not, you can imagine what it might be like to duck and dive through islands of cloud on the backdrop of a blue sky when you listen to it. The bristling percussion gleams out with the galloping beat, providing the kinetic treadmill on which the shoegaze-esque washes of sound ride upon like a hang glilder on thermals.” -Russell Thomas, The Line of Best Fit
Macajey’s upcoming album Let’s Go is set for release on March 24th. Pre-order the record here!
Portland electro act Psychic Rites released their Singularity EP today via Wave Pop & Aural Sects. Check out their brand new single “Elohim” over at GoldFlakePaint, who call it “a dazed and endearingly vibrant new cut which forces a bellowing lead voice in to the dense electro-leaning web of the supporting instrumentation.” Have a listen below.
Check out “Pete and Mary” and “Don’t Know Why”, the newest singles from Joel Michael Howard, along with a cover of Tobias Jesso Jr.’s “True Love” over at Brooklyn Vegan. If your in New York be sure to check him out tomorrow night at the Knitting Factory opening for Exit Verse.
Montreal based singer/songwriter Michael Feuerstack has been at it for almost 25 years. Feuerstack’s newest offering, The Forgettable Truth is due out February 2015 via Forward Music. Check out the first single, “Clackity Clack”, over at Stereogum.
L.A. garage rockers, SUSAN, just released their Just Call It 7″ on Volar Records. Check out one of the songs off it titled “Pancake” over at Stereogum.
After an eleven year hiatus, Eric Fifteen’s Party of One is back at it! Check out “Watch While the Heads Roll” from their album, Streetside Surprise, over at Tiny Mixtapes, here.