Posted: April 30, 2009 Filed under: Published Work | Tags: Bromst, Dan Deacon
I’m on the road from LA to NY, currently in New Orleans, but I’m taking the time, goddammit, to let you know that Dan Deacon’s new album is good. Read my review here.
Posted: April 23, 2009 Filed under: Music Musings | Tags: Blank Dogs
Blank Dogs sounds like The Cure’s Pornography through a lo-fi punk-rock filter. The new album, Under and Under, will be released on In The Red this June. I won’t go into the Wavves-esque mythology behind this band, just listen to some music.
Posted: April 23, 2009 Filed under: Published Work | Tags: DFA, The Juan MacLean
The Juan MacLean’s latest engages in a more pure form of electronic music than LCD Soundsystem and other DFA cohorts. They are also on some serious ’80s shit. Read my review here.
Posted: April 21, 2009 Filed under: Published Work | Tags: Frank Black, Grand Duchy
Frank Black and wife make music. It’s good. Read here.
Posted: April 20, 2009 Filed under: Published Work | Tags: A-Trak, Infinity +1
A-Trak’s new mixed CD, Infinity +1, throws a few surprises out. Expecting virtuoso scratching and hip-hop? There’s a little, but that’s not what this album’s all about. Read my review here.
Posted: April 17, 2009 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Deerhunter
Deerhunter will release a new EP, Rainwater Cassette Exchange, digitally on May 18 and physically on June 8 on Kranky in the U.S. Some tracklist for you:
Rainwater Cassette Exchange
Famous Last Words
Game of Diamonds
Posted: April 17, 2009 Filed under: Music Musings, New Releases, Published Work | Tags: Junior Boys
The new Junior Boys album, Begone Dull Care (Domino), offers up some fine mid-tempo house and techno dusted with some poppy vocals. Read my review here.