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Cotton Jones :: Wax Hand Asleep In A Glove

The reissue of Cotton Jones’ 2009  Rio Ranger EP includes the previously unheard “Marula” – a breezy, cantina waltz. The track, which can be streamed here, finds frontman Michael Nau singing and scatting amongst hazy, mercury vibes, which include trumpet, mandolin, and strange, shapeless backing chants. It is yet another example of the band’s singularly […]

LA ROUX – TROPICAL CHANCER (COLOUR VISION REMIX)

Sunny San Diego based DJ and producer Colour Vision recently released the perfect remix to get you over your summer slump. You know, that midsummer time when parties get repetitive, your frequent spots feel stale and you even begin to walk in the shade for some well-deserved relief from the sun. However, Colour Vision’s remix […]

LA ROUX – TROPICAL CHANCER (COLOUR VISION REMIX)

Sunny San Diego based DJ and producer Colour Vision recently released the perfect remix to get you over your summer slump. You know, that midsummer time when parties get repetitive, your frequent spots feel stale and you even begin to walk in the shade for some well-deserved relief from the sun. However, Colour Vision’s remix […]

Shadow Folk – “Season’s End” / “Here at Home”

Season’s End b/w Here At Home by Shadow Folk The Halifax, Nova Scotia psychedelic music scene is booming. One of the best-sounding groups to emerge recently from there is Shadow Folk. A four-piece that crafts rich psychedelic tunes with brooding guitar twangs, Shadow Folk sound slightly like an homage to psych-friendly classic-rock — especially in the vein of […]

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Clocks & Clouds – “Audeamus”

Minneapolis trio Clocks & Clouds produce a unique meshing of traditional classical beauty and reverberating post-rock. The first listen to “Audeamus” makes comparisons to energetic classical-driven groups like World’s End Girlfriend or Trans-Siberian Orchestra evident, especially when the more rock-forward percussion nicely complements the anxious strings. As the opening track off their new release, The Creation […]

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