Twin Shadow Performers Stunning Version of “To The Top”

This is chill inducing.

June 4th, 2014 | by ryan97ou

Stream New Wye Oak “Glory”

Wye Oak have a new album, Shriek, being released in about a month and they have a new single to show for it. This band seems to grow leaps and bounds with every new release and this sounds like the most complex sound they have produced yet.

via Prefix

March 18th, 2014 | by quarterlife

Bradford Cox “Teenage” Soundtrack

Bradford Cox, of Deerhunter and Atlas Sound, created the soundtrack for a documentary coming out called “Teenage”, about the history of teenagers. I haven’t looked much into the actual movie, but I can say that the soundtrack is excellent. Nothing lyrical, the entire soundtrack is just good, slightly dubbish, Bradford Cox experimentation, but on the catchy side of experimentation. Reminds a bit of a less electronic Hanna soundtrack.

Teenage is based off screenwriter Jon Savage’s 2007 book Teenage: The Prehistory of Youth Culture 1875-1945 and hits theaters nationwide on March 14th.


Trailer for “Teenage”

March 12th, 2014 | by brent

Stream Tycho “Awake”

NPR has a full stream of the forthcoming Tycho Album awake. Check it out here.

March 4th, 2014 | by brent

New Small Black “Lines of Latitude” (w/ Frankie Rose)

Arguably the album of the summer in 2013, Small Black’s Limits of Desire (you know, the one with the two people fucking on a ladder for the cover?) was on repeat for many sunny months. They sealed the deal for me when they played an impressive live show at the Metro Gallery.

Now we have a new song. It’s a slower one that I didn’t pay much attention to at first that has now crept into everyday listening. Such a good track.

February 21st, 2014 | by brent