Monthly Archive: January, 2014

Lacuna: pop stories

Last lynx is the new video for the song with the same name by Lacuna, a Swedish five piece band whit a clear pop sound. Melancholic basically, the track has a pop melody… Continue reading

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The Family Rain, Vulpicide. Sharp and loud rock!

New song and video by The Family Rain, the three brothers from the deep England, with Vulpicide: a sharp, cutting and loud cut from the debut album Under The Volcano. The Family Rain… Continue reading

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Broken Bells, approching the B day with Leave It Alone

The indie synth pop duo composed by Danger Mouse from Gnarls Barkley and James Mercer from The Shins, aka Broken Bells, is now out with Leave It Alone, the last taste from the forthcoming album After The Disco. This is… Continue reading

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Latest from Breton: S Four

Latest tracks from South London Labs where the multimedia arts collective, Breton, releases its music: S Four and remix of Feel. Basically dub, as multimedia collective the Labs move their own steps also… Continue reading

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Banks, new track Brain

Intense, dark and stylish. This is the feeling after have listened to the last track Brain by Banks. She’s projected to be a protagonist of the 2014 scene and after the great collaborations… Continue reading

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Band to follow in 2014: Jungle

One of the most mysterious band of 2013, Jungle, is awaited for this new 2014 with a long release which can say more on this duo. What I know comes from the sound,… Continue reading

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Watch Rainy Milo with ‘Bout You’

Young, intense and charming. 3 words to describe Rainy Milo. Her sounds moves in the land of hip hop and R’n’B with a great touch of jazz. ‘Bout You is her new track… Continue reading

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Grammy Awards 2014

The robot duo Daft Punk, the young Lorde and the ethernal Sir Paul McCartney are the undisputed winners of the 56th edition of Grammy’s 2014, held on Sunday night January 26th in L.A.… Continue reading

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Tennis, 100 Lovers

New track from Tennis with the same elegant and ephemeral approach as always: 100 Lovers. More vibrating, 100 Lovers sounds like a great 60’s pop cut: charming vintage sound. “One-hundred loves will make… Continue reading

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