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Song Pick of the Day: Def.GRLS – FinGRLess Lady

We all know songs where lyrics and music are in stark contrast with each other, and FinGRLess Lady by Def.GRLS is such a song and our Song Pick of the Day. The music is all warm and fuzzy, recorded in deliberate lo-fi style, making me think of The Beatles (sic!) especially[…]

Spaces of Disappearance’s mysterious show at Leftfield (CMJ)

Earlier today I wrote about Grimes and her stunning live performances, but she’s not the only one who masters the fine art of electronic solo live performances: Elaine Davis from Chicago, who goes as Spaces of Disappearance on stage, combines cool electronics with a powerful, soulful voice. We saw her[…]

Song Pick of the Day: Actor – Baby Cries

Actor may have found the most un-Googleable band name ever. Her management company is from the U.K., so I assume she’s from there to. That’s all I know. Anyway, it’s a great track and it’s our Song Pick of the Day.

LIFE SOUNDTRACK: Grimes – Weregild

LIFE SOUNDTRACK: Grimes – Weregild Grimes just announced her new album Art Angels and is now all over the place in the Internet and other media. From all we know, Grimes is still Claire Boucher’s one-woman show, although she surly has some help to manage her ever-growing operations. Claire is[…]

Song Pick of the Day: Jolympix – Waiting

I could pretend I wouldn’t know how time works or that Europe would be 5 or more hours ahead of us in New York… and argue that since this is a band from Denmark, our “daily” Song Pick of the Day still happened right in time (for Wednesday!). But, whom[…]

3 Is A Band: Heyrocco

Music comes always first, when discovering a new band. And the ten tracks on Teenage Movie Soundtrack, the debut album of Heyrocco, were what convinced me instantly, with maybe Jake Miller’s House Party and Loser Denial as standout tracks. Initially, I thought Heyrocco might be from the UK, because they remind[…]

Video: Jennylee – Never

I could imagine that Warpaint bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg dances around the house quite often, so it’s no surprise that she does this in the video for her first single Never as JennyLee. Musically she doesn’t depart much from Warpaint’s dark-colored dream-rock, which is right on for me. I’m looking[…]