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Piiink – ARIEL PINK: Another weekend (Single, Mexican Summer, 2017)

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“Ariel Pink sets a serene but complicated scene for the next chapter in his curious career with “Another Weekend,” the first solo material heard since the prog-pop opus pom pom. Contrary to the lyrics of “Another Weekend” (and fortunately for both fanatics and the newly initiated), Pink is neither too shy or humble to have brought his singular style of pop music beyond the bedroom for the befuddled masses over the past two decades, but returned to the formative, familiar setting to craft what will surely live as another shimmering moment in an unrivaled canon. Encapsulating the lingering euphoria of a regrettable weekend over the edge, “Another Weekend” speaks in morose volumes while whispering sweetly, the dichotomy of Pink’s pathos once again on display” (Press)

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24 junio, 2017 Posted by | Ariel Pink | Deja un comentario

Fresh and Sweet – BEACH FOSSILS: Sugar (Video-Single, 2017)

Fresh and Sweet… Beach Fossils bright new single. Out just now !!

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23 junio, 2017 Posted by | Beach Fossils | Deja un comentario

Modo Futurología – JANE WEAVER: Modern Kosmology (Fire, 2017)

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Un disco de esos que puede marcar una época, de alguna manera. Una forma de entender el Pop, a base de influencias diversas: Electrónica, Kraut, Psicodelia, Cosmic-Pop, Dream… y que a su vez puede ser el camino a seguir para un futuro muy cercano. Un álbum más que interesante a cargo de una de esas artistas personalísimas, de carácter y de voz inconfundible.

“On her 2014 album, The Silver Globe, Jane Weaver took a step away from the gentle psych-folk she had been making into something more German and droning. Abetted by a wide array of synthesizers, she wrapped her dreamlike songs in cushy waves of sound for a large part of the album. On 2017’sModern Kosmology, Weaver dives headlong into dream pop that’s filtered through vintage synthesizers, motorik beats, and jangling guitars. Playing most of the instruments herself, with help from the occasional drummer or guitarist, she creates a world of sound that envelops the listener in much the same way that the tendrils of synths wrap around her rich, woody vocals. From the opening notes of the album, she weaves a sonic spell that doesn’t break, or even bend. The tempos may change, the mood may shift a bit here and there, the arrangement may go from dense to sparse, but through it all Weaver conducts the sound like a magician in full command of her powers. There are hints of Stereolab and Broadcast, echoes of Can and Harmonia, shades of Spectrum, and nods to synth pioneers like Suzanne Ciani, but when the album is done, it mainly feels like a pure manifestation of Weaver‘s vision. Songs like “Did You See Butterflies?” and “Loops in the Secret Society” certainly owe a great debt to artists of the past, but the way Weaver puts together the pieces is fresh and entrancing. The record really takes off when she breaks out of the mood established on those aforementioned tracks and adds unexpected elements, like the heavy post-rock drums on the pulsating “The Architect” and the sawing violins and stentorian vocals of guest Malcolm Mooney ofCan on the utterly hypnotic “Ravenspoint.” Not only do these tracks serve to add an extra bit of dynamic tension to the album, they also point to more exploratory avenues Weaver could attempt in the future now that she’s mastered synth-heavy dream pop. The Silver Globe was Weaver‘s coming-out party;Modern Kosmology serves notice that she’s here to stay” (All Music)

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TOUR
7th July: UK, Cheshire, Bluedot Festival
20-23rd July: UK, Liverpool, Liverpool International Music Festival
22 Jul: Tramlines Festival, Sheffield, UK
29th July: UK, London, O2 Academy Brixton w/ Goat & The Moonlandingz
05 Aug: Hoylake, UK Skeleton Coast Festival, Hoylake Parade Community Centre
25-26th August: Totnes, Sea Change Festival
20th October: Ramsgate, Ramsgate Music Hall
22nd October: Brighton, The Haunt
23rd October: Norwich, Arts Centre
25th October: Folkestone, Quarterhouse
26th October: London, Islington Assembly Hall
28th October: Nottingham, The Bodega
29th October: Oxford, The Bullingdon
31st October: Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
1st November: Stoke, The Sugar Mill
2nd November: Newcastle, The Cluny
3rd November: Hebden Bridge, Trades Club
4th November: Glasgow, Stereo
10th November: Dublin, Workman’s Club
11th November: Belfast, Maple Tour Leaf

22 junio, 2017 Posted by | Jane Weaver | Deja un comentario

Beauty – REAL ESTATE: In mind (Domino, 2017)

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Hablar de Real Estate y no recaer en los elogios me resulta a veces casi sonrojante, mayormente debido al hecho de que su música, pese a algún cambio sustancial de formación, se ha mantenido absolutamente fiel a unos presupuestos estéticos y sonoros perfectamente coherentes. El Jangle-Pop de inspiración sesenta-ochentera goza de una salud envidiable gracias a la banda de Martin Courtney. Oyendo temazos como Stained glass (no soy de juicios absolutos, pero probablemente candidato a single del año), Darling, Saturday, Two arrows, White light, Diamond eyes, Same sun… hay bien poco que decir. Si acaso babear y envidiar cómo construir canciones tan preciosas y tan perfectas con unos patrones aparentemente tan sencillos.
Real Estate es una gran banda. Un grupo que se ha sabido alejar de cualquier amaneramiento, pose o estética del momento. Un grupazo para disfrutar por siempre de sus canciones.

“Probably the biggest news item surrounding 2017’s In Mind, the fourth LP from sauntering daydreamers Real Estate, was the exit of founding member and lead guitarist Matt Mondanile, who left to focus on his solo project, Ducktails. Another Ridgewood, New Jersey native, Julian Lynch, stepped in, himself a veteran collaborator of member projects including Real Estate, Ducktails, andAlex Bleeker & the Freaks. It’s hard to imagine a smoother transition on the beachside sunset of an album that is In Mind. The group sets the stage with the elegant, serpentine jangle of opener “Darling.” With a mix that allows ears to pick out unobtrusive synths and individual guitar tones, separately as well as together, it has a hypnotic quality that’s active rather than passive. That quality is only reinforced by mixed meters that throw off the feel, just a little, before falling back in line for those tapping out 4/4 time — like riding out a wave. Meanwhile, Martin Courtney‘s vocal line, always calm and cottony in character, is only one of many overlaid melodies, including the bassline, as he sings of finches and ferns waiting “for the warm sun to return, impatiently, as I wait for you.” Listeners are the ones on the receiving end of those evasive rays by virtue of the vocal delivery, guitar tones, imagery, extended chords, and languid melodies, ever simpatico. Those traits hold throughout the album, maintaining a sunny humidity without getting sleepy. They avoid any prolonged drifting with a base of subtly catchy tunes that offer regular moments of discovery. Production touches, like robotic effects on double-tracked vocals — but only for a few passing phrases –- and the judicious use of drum samples on “Time,” add flavor without snapping us out of good vibrations. Later, textures like wah effects (“Serve the Song”), hazy distortion (“Two Arrows”), spacy timbres (“Holding Pattern”), and the harpsichord-like riffs that color the uptempo jangle of “Stained Glass” add muscle and glimmer to the grain. Along with producer Cole M.G.N. (Beck, Julia Holter), Real Estate seems to both fine-tune and expand an already identifiable sound on In Mind, with engaging and often beautiful results. “A strong current will sweep you downstream/It would be best not to resist” (All Music)

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20 junio, 2017 Posted by | Real Estate | Deja un comentario

Gentes – ESPÍRITUSANTO: Caza Mayor (Jabalina Music, Ep, 2017)

“Caza mayor EP” sintetiza las características y la esencia de Espíritusanto, la banda integrada por Andrés Federico (voces y teclados), Elia Maqueda (voces y teclados), Jorge López (bajo), Juan Rey (guitarras), Pablo Hernández (guitarras) y Sean Lynam (batería, programaciones), que pertenecen a esa generación de músicos que basan su forma de componer en el pop, el ruido y las armonías vocales que les alimentaron en los 90’. Citan como algunos de sus referentes a Yo La Tengo, The Radio Dept, Low o Deerhunter, a los que, si nos lo permiten, podríamos añadir a The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, pero su forma de componer, donde los textos también tienen gran relevancia, y el resultado final de desarrollar las melodías y ensamblar su sonido de guitarras con las armonías vocales, hacen que su registro musical vaya más allá de las influencias del propio grupo y les distinga del resto. Su evolución, del shoegazer al dreampop les ha traído hasta aquí, conservando las singularidades de dos géneros hermanos que les han permitido elaborar una fórmula cuyos variados resultados se evidencian en los cuatro temas de este EP. Señas de identidad como las melodías elaboradas, la profusión de sonido y arreglos de guitarras con detalles electrónicos, por los que navegan y se abren los inconfundibles duetos de Adrián y Elia (antes que ella, Reyes), también están omnipresentes en este Espiritusanto…” (Prensa Jabalina Music)

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19 junio, 2017 Posted by | Espíritusanto | Deja un comentario

Novedades en Clipetes gracias a El Genio Equivocado


Nuevos vídeo-clips de bandas de la factoría El Genio Equivocado. En este caso, sendos sencillos de Invisible Harvey (La noche de fin de año somos arte funerario) y de El Lado Oscuro de La Broca (Trás-Os-Montes).

19 junio, 2017 Posted by | El Lado Oscuro de La Broca, Invisible Harvey | Deja un comentario

Expectations – ST. DELUXE: On Your Own​/​Wisdom of the Ages (Single, 2017) – Expectations/Julia (Single, 2016)

Fuzzy-Pop de la mejor escuela escocesa (y no voy a ser prolijo nombrando grupos). Sonidos emocionantes que nos evocan a lo mejor de los maravillosos noventa. El único pero: que no han editado aún álbum desde su debut de 2012. 

“St Deluxe strike back with a killer double A cassette and download release, Expectations/Julia. Following the recent psych/shoegaze-tinged Draw a Line EP, the single sees the 3 piece showcase the pop side to their fuzz drenched slacker vibe.
Pop Monster A: Expectations – an excited, careering, melodious pop joyride through Fender and Fuzz indie rock wastelands, exuberant and bored and wasted all at the same time. Early Teenage Fanclub/Dinosaur Jr listening to Rubber Soul on codeine.
Pop Monster AA: Julia – a 2 minute driving bubblegum rock banger, relentlessly charging towards a rock breakdown before being submerged in wailing noise. Like Psychocandy era JAMC being shouted at by Johnny Ramone while Thurston Moore cries tears of reverberated feedback” (Press)

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18 junio, 2017 Posted by | St. Deluxe | Deja un comentario

Psicodelia Extrema – MORGAN DELT: Phase Zero (SubPop, 2016)

El segundo álbum del angelino MORGAN DELT, es todo un descubrimiento. El clásico álbum de Psicodelia preñado de arreglos y truquitos que poco a poco comienza a enrevesarse y (quizás) a adentrarse en mundos sonoros realmente demasiado poco asequibles. Un trabajo más que recomendable…

“The invocation of classic west coast psychedelia that permeates Morgan Delt’s Sub Pop debut LP feels like a continuous sunrise, never concealing its influences yet perfectly putting its songs through a gauzy lens that blurs and obscures. Is such a thing even possible after witnessing umpteen reverb-jockeys creating their own take on the genre? Can anything truly different be done in the realm of being both original and reverent, wearing favorite records and artists’ moves on one’s sleeve? Definitely the case with our man here. After releasing a 6-song cassette in 2013 followed by a full length for the Trouble In Mind label, the California native now fine-tunes his sound world outwardly rather than honing in on a specific trajectory, allowing all of said influences to coexist together in a unique yet undoubtedly Californian vision.
The resulting 10-song collection, performed entirely by Delt, recorded in his Topanga Canyon studio, and mastered by JJ Golden, is a home-fi construction with a more subtle, brain-tickling character than its predecessor, and somewhat reflects a realist take on the flower power fantasy of 1967. Doused in echo and haze, slow chords lap in like Pacific waves, flanked by gentle whispers of multi-tracked, cooing vox, phased guitars and fuzz that calmly surrounds the listener’s head less than it jabs at the cortex.
The great thing about Delt’s approach to such history is (and sorry to sound harsh) that unlike too many of his so-called L.A. psych-rock peers, there’s no costume involved, no application of a conjured identity to match a specific image. He’s no psychedelic Civil War re-enactor, so to speak. It’s subtle and tactful revisionism without using psychedelia as a crutch/easy marketing tool and letting the sounds come out and make their own case.
It takes a creative mind to make psychedelic rock music – tablas, drones, hallucinatory vocal effects, and all – without slipping into cliché, but Delt can transport what would normally be a dark-n-druggy blanket into a much more optimistic and friendly listening experience. Despite his voice being channelled through hallucinatory effects, it’s warm and inviting, projecting a sense of hope (particularly in “Some Sunsick Day,” which evokes the hopeful “We’ll Meet Again” as the world explodes at the end of Dr. Strangelove, later covered by the Byrds). It’s more or less just an invite to watch the sun rise too” (Press)

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17 junio, 2017 Posted by | Morgan Delt | Deja un comentario

Atraction – NOVELLA: Change of State (Sinderlyn, 2017)

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Como continuación a su interesante Land (2015), el combo británico Novella publica este año este no menos atractivo Change of State (Sinderlyn, 2017), que en realidad no hace referencia a un cambio de estado musical, ni mucho menos, ya que las chicas se mantienen fieles a su ideario Pop con influencias Kraut, Dream e incluso con esas gotas añejas de Psicodelia sesentera que tan bien le sientan a la mayor parte de sus cortes. Un disco cautivador, producido por James Hoare con ligeros altibajos que le restan una pizca de brillo a un resultado final algo más sobresaliente. 

“Following up a successful debut album is a tricky proposition filled with many possible pitfalls. One way for artists to avoid falling on their faces is to stick with what made their debut albums good, then give things a slight tweak. Novella do a fine job of following this blueprint for success on their second album, Change of State. Their first album, Land, was a hazy psych-pop album with tangled guitars, pulsing rhythms, and some seriously catchy songs, all recorded in a real studio with a big sound to match. The sessions for Change of State took place in producer James Hoare‘s home studio on his old eight-track tape machine. The surroundings and process led to a much more intimate and precise album, with the drums dialed back and the overall mix having a less expansive feel. The more compressed sound allows Hollie Warren‘s vocals to move to the fore, and she makes the most of it. Her expressive and resonant singing was one of the highlights of the first album and she’s even more impressive here, giving the songs a deep emotional impact. The guitar work of Warren and Sophy Hollington (whose impressive artwork graces the album cover) is more tightly locked together, bassistSuki Sou and drummer Iain Laws work together like a well-oiled machine, and the occasional synths add just the right amount of texture. It’s a compact brand of psychedelia, made for late nights and quiet moments with songs that foster introspective reveries and the occasional burst of melancholy. The album rarely goes above a whisper; tracks like “Desert” and “Four Colours” are gently peaceful and pretty, those with motorik underpinnings (“Thun” and “Come In”) percolate calmly, and a couple songs (“Elements,” “A Thousand Feet”) attain the same kind of dream-state psych that Opal or the Rain Parade did at their peak. Only a couple songs (“Does the Island Know,” the jangling “Side by Side”) have any kind of insistent energy, and they help keep the album from floating away on a cloud of pillow-soft sound. Choosing Hoare and his home studio proves to be a pretty brilliant idea and the band sounds great throughout Change of State. The songs, sound, and performances all combine into something that doesn’t exactly improve on what they did on Land, but the album is just as compelling” (All Music)

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16 junio, 2017 Posted by | Novella | Deja un comentario

The Great Escape – MUMRUNNER: Gentle Slopes (Soliti, 2017)

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“Mumrunner deal with aesthetics from contrasting aspects of sound: sometimes abrasive alternative rock melds with dream popsoundscapes that gives the impression of being otherworldly. ​The Tampere, Finland based band love to play loud but never forsake an interest in subtler dynamics which makes Mumrunner’s ambitions unique and special” 

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15 junio, 2017 Posted by | Mumrunner | Deja un comentario

Buen intento – HATER: You tried (PNKSLM Recordings, 2017)

“The Swedish indie pop quartet Hater released their debut EP Radius this summer and now they’re back with new music in the shape of new single “Mental Haven”, the first single from their upcoming debut LP You Tried. You Tried is due on March 10 next year, released via Swedish indie label PNKSLM Recordings, and the album is produced by Swedish producer Joakim Lindberg (a Malmö based producer who’s previously worked with acclaimed indie acts such as YAST and Hey Elbow). A big step forward for the young act, more confident and melodious than the EP, but still retaining the urgency along with a heavy dose of both emotion and heart. 
Hater was formed this spring by Caroline Landahl, Måns Leonartsson, Adam Agace and Lukas Thomasson, all musicians based in Sweden’s third biggest city Malmö, just across the strait from Copenhagen, who’d all had their share of experience in other local acts before deciding to strike out as Hater. They quickly set to recording what would become their debut EP Radius, working with Joakim Lindberg, and soon signed with PNKSLM Recordings who released the EP in early July. Taking their musical cues from the likes of Alvvays, The Pretenders, Neil Young and The Radio Dept, all led by Landahl’s gorgeous vocals, Hater soon drew a lot of attention, including praise from international music publications such as The FADER and The Line of Best Fit.
Among those to declare themselves fans were the band’s heroes in The Radio Dept. who asked them to open for them on their first Scandinavian tour in five years. After spending the summer and early fall recording You Tried while touring around Sweden and making their UK debut show in London, Hater will be touring with The Radio Dept. later this year ahead of a full UK and EU tour around the album release this spring. With You Tried Hater easily establishes themselves as Sweden’s most exciting new indie act, offering up a sound that’s both instantly accessible and grows with every listen” (Press Note)

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14 junio, 2017 Posted by | Hater | Deja un comentario

Pop Casero – YESSES: Fixated (2016)

Pop con aroma de psicodelia suave y elaboración casera a cargo de Jack Brosnahan, músico neozelandés que el año pasado editó este Fixated bajo el alias de YESSES.

13 junio, 2017 Posted by | Yesses | Deja un comentario

Memories – THE DIRTIES: Factoría de Recuerdos (2017)

The Dirties continúan pisando el turbo en la mayor parte de sus temas. Factoría de Recuerdos es su último trabajo, y en él vuelven a mezclar elementos electrónicos con analógicos con una naturalidas asombrosa, dando como resultado un disco de Electro-Pop con mucha tensión sonora.

“Diez canciones y un remix componen una entrega más madura del sonido de The Dirties.
Sin despegarse del lado hedonista de sus canciones pero a la vez conjugándolo con actitudes mas maduras.
Factoría de recuerdos es también un guiño a uno de los primeros sellos indie, Factory records.
Uno de los primeros que ofrecieron las posibilidades de la mezcla de estilos bailables y canciones pop, justo lo que ofrece The Dirties en estas canciones.
La diversidad y sencillez de “Factoría de recuerdos” en cada una de sus canciones es quizás el arma más grande que contenga este trabajo, aparte de las reminiscencias a grupos como Dorian, New order,Depeche mode o incluso Holy fuck” (Nota de Prensa)

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12 junio, 2017 Posted by | The Dirties | Deja un comentario

Distortions – SIDEWAVE: Surma Vana (2016)

Sidewave se mueven en esa línea a medio camino entre el Grunge y el Shoegaze de guitarras que comenzaron a esbozar los primigenios Smashing Pumpkins y que continuaron bandas como Swervedriver alguna década después. Surma Vana está compuesto de los temas no incluidos en su debut: Glass Giant.

“Sidewave uses lush, heavy chords, soaring melodies and crushing rhythms to create their signature space-rock sound.Influenced by the unsung greats of the nineties like Hum, Failure, Shiner and The Smashing Pumpkins, Sidewave is redefining a genre and is sending listeners down on a new, yet familiar path”

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11 junio, 2017 Posted by | Sidewave | Deja un comentario

A veces oigo Voces – VOICES FROM DEEP BELOW: I Want to Stand Where the Sun Himself Shakes with Fear (2017)

I Want to Stand Where the Sun Himself Shakes with Fear es el título del quinto álbum en la trayectoria de la banda neoyorquina Voices from Deep Below. Un combo especializado en esa suerte de Shoegaze de manual, cargado de capas y capas de distorsión y efectos sobre la base de unas guitarras compactas.

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10 junio, 2017 Posted by | Voices from Deep Below | Deja un comentario

Labrador Summer Sampler (2017)

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“We’d like to thank everyone who has supported us in the past – and everyone who will support us in the future – with a small gift. We hope the 10 track compilation “Greatest Hits Summer 2017″ will accompany you throughout your summer days and make them even greater. Enjoy!” (Labrador)

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9 junio, 2017 Posted by | VV.AA. | Deja un comentario

Peaks – THE LUXEMBOURG SIGNAL: Laura Palmer (Shelflife, 2017)

With the release of their first single and debut album on Shelflife in 2014, The Luxembourg Signal quickly found a loyal following among fans of dream pop/indie pop music, and received enthusiastic reviews for their pop sensibilities, angelic vocals and lush soundscapes. Since the debut release, the band’s lineup of Beth Arzy & Betsy Moyer (vocals), Johnny Joyner (guitars), Brian Espinosa (drums) and Ginny Pitchford (keyboards) has been expanded with the addition of Kelly Davis (guitars) and Daniel Kumiega (bass) ” (Press)

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8 junio, 2017 Posted by | The Luxembourg Signal | Deja un comentario

Cielos Juveniles – JUVENILE JUVENILE: Planet heaven (Single, 2016)

El último trabajo de los japoneses de Osaka Juvenile Juvenile se titula Planet heaven/Perfect lies. Un bonito alegato Pop con fuerte influencias C86.

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7 junio, 2017 Posted by | Juvenile Juvenile | Deja un comentario

Saturdays afternoon – TEEN DAZE: Themes for Dying Earth (Flora, 2017)

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El Chillwave hecho casi desde casa y el buenrollismo sonoro encuentran de nuevo acomodo en este ya el séptimo trabajo del canadiense Jamison Isaak, aka. Teen Daze, quien además ha contado con efectivas colaboraciones para su elaboración.

“Following 2015’s Morning World, a just OK effort that found Teen Daze traveling to John Vanderslice‘s San Francisco studio and writing guitar-centric indie pop, the Vancouver-based musician known asJamison returns to his familiar ambient dream pop territory with the much better Themes for Dying Earth. Morning World was a noble attempt to learn the ins and outs of recording in an all-analog studio as opposed to digitally recording everything at home, but it ended up sounding like an experiment. Themes for Dying Earth sounds much more natural; here, Jamison returns to his strengths, but the discipline of his previous experience hasn’t worn off on him. Lush synthesizers and airy vocals are at the forefront of this album, as on most of his releases, but they’re seamlessly intertwined with acoustic instruments and live drums as well as programmed beats. While the general mood is still one of relaxation, the rhythms are far more energetic and detailed than on previous Teen Daze recordings, particularly when the drums ecstatically rush during the end of opening tune “Cycles.” The album feels more natural in the sense of its lyrical themes, as Jamison reflects on his concerns about subjects such as climate change. Nature imagery has always been present in his lyrics, song titles, and album artwork, but here it seems to have more of a purpose. Instead of taking to a soapbox and aggressively making a stance, however, he takes a hopeful, optimistic view. He’s helped out by several guests, including guitarist Dustin Wong, who works his magic on the shimmering, blissful “Cherry Blossoms,” and S. Carey, who calmly croons over the Jon & Vangelis-like new age pop of “First Rain.” Other songs have more of a Balearic groove to them, such as the easygoing yacht pop of “Rising” (with Sound of Ceres) and the slightly trippier “Lost” (with Nadia Hulett). “Water in Heaven” buries crushed, glitchy beats under icy yet shining synths, resulting in one of the album’s most hypnotic pieces — its six minutes seem to pass by in just a few moments. The slowly paced synth waves and soft bass pulsations of “Breath” close out this enjoyable album” (All Music)

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6 junio, 2017 Posted by | Teen Daze | Deja un comentario

The New (and Great) Record by… – VLIVM (Discos de Kirlian, 2017)

Buenas canciones las que componen el segundo trabajo de la banda catalana VLIVM. Un Ep que nos evoca directamente el Folk-Rock setentero, con dosis del más bello Baroque-Pop. Grabado con pocas florituras pero con un buen gusto infinito, la música de VLIVM es todo un soplo de aire fresco.
Me gustan: Take a walk, As time goes by, Going home, Alone (Las cuatro canciones del Ep)

“Ha pasado un año y tres meses desde la publicación de “Sailing Forever”, su disco de debut. En aquellas 8 canciones daban rienda suelta a un exquisito dreampop de guitarras de 12 cuerdas más que cristalinas y un precioso sonido envolvente. Este primer álbum ya les permitió tocar en varios festivales y salas de Barcelona.
“The New Record by VLIVM” llega para sorprender. La evolución del grupo es abismal, su nuevo EP contiene 4 secretos que más bien deberíamos no desvelar demasiado. El grupo arriesga, en cierta manera, en esta nueva aventura discográfica que les lleva desde Tortosa a la costa oeste americana, de 2017 a 1969. Las coordenadas quedan más o menos fijadas: baroque pop, sunshine pop, folk pop. 4 canciones soleadas que hubieran hecho las delicias a Artur Lee, Roger McGuinn…
El sentido y la sensibilidad puesta en 4 canciones absolutamente geniales, imperecederas, el fin para el cual crecen, actúan, existen y deberían traspasar fronteras: VLIVM sigue siendo un grupo de futuro” (Prensa-Discos de Kirlian)

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5 junio, 2017 Posted by | Vlivm | Deja un comentario

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