Monthly Archive: May, 2014

Papertwin, dreamy, dark synthpop

Synth-pop trio Papertwin has been playing music together since 2009, formed by Max Decker (vocals, guitar, synth), Francis Cardinale (drums, programming), and Nick Shopa (synthesizers, vocals). After two homespun EPs, the band is… Continue reading

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Racing Glaciers, First Light

After the debut EP Ahead Of You Forever and the instantly likable single Moths, now Racing Glaciers, and its charismatic singer Tim Monaghan which is also the producer of the band, shared a new great pop… Continue reading

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Lucius, Don’t just sit there

Lucius, a lot I’ve already said ’til now about this sync duo, is out now with this new track out of Wildewoman, first great debut album. More structured than the other tracks which… Continue reading

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Arkells, Come To Light

The first thing I thought about this track is “Hey, who put together Counting Crows with Brian Adams?” Nice sound, fun and well balanced amongst an articulated but slim ensemble. More has to show… Continue reading

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Video: Arcade Fire, We Exist

If you didn’t had yet the chance to see it the last Arcade Fire video, We Exist, or if you wanna see it again cause it’s great for many reasons: the great performance… Continue reading

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URL Collection#8

U.R.L. Collection #8 – May14 This is the selection you won’t miss. Skaters Blood Orange Vaults Ought How To Dress Well & more… Stay tuned, UndercoverRockLife Collection is on SoundCloud. From your Undercover Agent

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Ought “Habit”

What a fantastic surprise this first track from Montreal’s Ought called Habit via Constellation. A natural and wise art of creating intense and refined emotions with a few and essential elements such as guitar,… Continue reading

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How To Dress Well, Repeat Pleasure

Tom Krell, from Chicago is the man with the coolest name I’ve ever heard: How To Dress Well. Actually he is only one but sounds like a band. Second, with this name the expectations… Continue reading

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Stream The Black Keys new album Turn Blue

Two years after the peak got with El Camino, a new album will be soon released by The Black Keys, one of the greatest blues rock band ever, Turn Blue. Introduced by the first… Continue reading

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