Thursday, May 14, 2015
St. Tropez are a 4 piece garage punk band who’ve recorded their debut EP in a former gay sauna by the canals of Amsterdam.
I don't care where they made it, it's FANTASTIC!!
This makes me want to move!
Here's their video for 'I don't want to fall in love'.
Posted by Phil Russell at 10:49 PM
Chicago's Treasure Fleet have released their film and accompanying soundtrack, The Sun Machine.
This is pure psych-pop inspired from the 60's and 70's.
Tune in and space out.
Here is the film.
"The Sun Machine" from The Treasure Fleet on Vimeo.
Buy the soundtrack HERE!!
Posted by Phil Russell at 10:39 PM
Produced by TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek, Australia's R.W. Grace has released her video for 'Pluto'.
I can't wait to hear more from this lovely lady.
Seriously digging her style.
Here's a sweet remix by Basecamp.
Posted by Phil Russell at 10:12 PM
Daniel Rossen is an American multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter. He is best known as the guitarist and co-lead vocalist of the band Grizzly Bear, as well as one half Department of Eagles.
His solo work is beautiful.
See for yourself.
Posted by Phil Russell at 9:42 PM
Thursday, May 07, 2015
Say hello to Mike Evin. A Canadian singer who is making who is making some seriously good pop music.
Hints of Queen, Ben Folds Five, ELO and Bill Joel. Really talented and loads of fun.
Posted by Phil Russell at 11:03 PM
I've posted about both albums and bands before but I feel the need to give it another push.
Trust me...if you are not into either band yet, you need to be!!
Both are fantastic examples of dream-pop/shoegaze loveliness.
Sounds of Sputnik is the brainchild of Roman Kalitkin, whose periodic collaboration with Canadian-Ukrainian indie rock dream pop duo Ummagma has culminated in the album 'New Born'.
Ummagma is Shauna McLarnon & Alexx Kretov, a Canadian-Ukrainian duo delivering an eclectic mix of dreampop, ambient/ethereal, shoegaze and space rock to create dreamy soundscapes.
Posted by Phil Russell at 10:14 PM
Thursday, April 30, 2015
This south London twin duo sure are making a name for themselves with these sweet tunes.
Here's a sweet remix of 'Young Ones'.
Here is a fantastic remix they did for Shura. I LOVE this one.
Posted by Phil Russell at 11:07 PM