Saturday, October 18, 2008
After a listen, first thing you've probably notice about Gin Wigmore is her grating voice oscillating inside your eardrums. With a style that reminiscence me of Ida Maria and Duffy, Gin Wigmore is little by little becoming my next guilty pleasure. This is the kind of songs you listen everytime you plan on being oblivious to the surroundings while attempting to take on a cool hermit poise. LOL. Check her out. +/-
This band is a definite long-delayed post. When I receive a newsletter or recommendation, I dont obligely post them right away. I listen to their music instead of criticizing them. Everyone should try it, it will limit the percentage of so-called music fanatics who claim they've heard a song but really haven't. I know, I know... I have issues. Anyway, who is Fredrik? The band who brought us 'Black Fur' fluxes auric pleasure with imaginative chronicles. They also subdued folk songs with taunting patterns. I like that. If you like them also, look out for the release of Na Na Ni album on October 28.+/-
Radiohead is currently having a contest where anyone can upload their remix of 'Reckoner'. I think this is a very neat way of promoting their sound as well as encouraging the further madness and fascination of electro. Im starting to be an electro manic individual myself.+/-
This is how we roll. Next stop is Wallis Bird. From the name, you may have guessed her music. Wallis Bird's style ranges from grunge folk to buoyant and lively pop. Overall, her charismatic descend of her songs prompted me post to her. 'Counting to Sleep' has been getting rave reviews but 'Country Bumpkin' is my favorite. Lend an ear guys.+/-
Friday, October 17, 2008
I have been eying this band for a couple of months now. I actually forgotten about them until GG featured one of their songs. How could I describe their sound? Well, lets make this easier for you to contemplate--Bossanova meets Rock meets Pop meets Indie. Nah? Go on and listen to their tracks while I devour on their album. +/-
Thursday, October 16, 2008
Introduced by my nagging friend who kept requesting me to post this band, The Camerawalls is slowly proving others that they're not another local wannabe rockstars. I never heard of them before which is somewhat ironic since we're on the same side of the globe. So spread the news folks.+/-
Fires of Rome is out to get you. The band will be digitally releasing, Set in Stone Remixes EP on Novemebr 4th, with contributions from artists such as M83 and Swedish duo Dada Life. A song must be ridiculously astounding and I would like to say, honest to be remix a lot. Listen to the original version and their other songs here.+/-
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Hombre (JoolsMF Remix)- M.I.A.
I thought I have had enough of M.I.A. until boom, she's sporting a new baby bump and said to be unretiring. Is that even a word? Anyway, one my friends bring this song up and I couldn't helped posting it.
My Love is Like A Sparrow- Jessie Baylin
This one is a def oldie, but Baylin's music always shakes my senses everytime.
Dance Wiv Me (Shazam Remix) -Dizzee Rascal ft. Calvin Harris & Chromeo)
Corrosive, I like it.+/-
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Tons of DJs are circulating everywhere via the blogosphere. I would really love to post them all, but alas Electro/Remix/Mash-ups genre is my weakest link. If you've stick around long enough, you may have notice by now my music preference. Also Im only familiar with some of them i.e. MSTRKRFT, Sinden, A-Trak, Clockwork, Boys Noize, RAC, and others. Lately, two of them have somehow pulled my consciousness toward their eclectic dimension with their synth beats and thudding bass. Oh yes they did.+/-