O Future – “And You’re Mine”

Surreal Video Accompanies O Future’s Affectionate Single, “And You’re Mine” Off Forthcoming Immaculate EP Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Don’t confuse the vibes on the newest O Future track for evil; on the contrary, it’s overwhelmed by love. The LA-based duo, comprised of Katherine Mills Rymer originally from South Africa and Jens Bjornkjaer of Denmark, is known for producing music with a deep undertow, pulling … Continue reading O Future – “And You’re Mine”

Finding Your Place with the Help of Ian Chang’s 属 Belonging LP

Producers often use the term “pop” loosely, and Ian Chang is no different. The drummer extraordinaire, who is a mainstay of Son Lux and Landlady and has collaborated with many other musicians, works with software called Sensory Percussion which allows him to embed myriad sounds onto simple (or complex!) drum hits. The effects he creates feel less out-of-place than a typical experimental record created with … Continue reading Finding Your Place with the Help of Ian Chang’s 属 Belonging LP

Revel in Synths on Tupper Werewolf’s Flavour Country

It has been almost exactly a year since Tupper Werewolf released an EP packed to the brim with intrigue. The Glaswegian artist also known as Gordon Barr is comfortable in great halls of synthesizers, each one seemingly more festive than the last. There is color everywhere, and not only in a figurative sense; browsing all of his discography on Bandcamp, each piece of art incorporates … Continue reading Revel in Synths on Tupper Werewolf’s Flavour Country

Best Songs of 2020: 2. Matt FX

sawdustandgin: Matt FX Emulates Mexican Cowboys on Debut Single “Vaquero” Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  The debut single from Matt FX was born in lockdown. It comes after years of other gigs around the industry, including as a DJ, producer, music supervisor (Broad City), and TV host (In The Mix with Matt FX). Now the New York-based artist has embarked on an exciting solo music … Continue reading Best Songs of 2020: 2. Matt FX

The eponymous record from KNIGHTSTOWN is steel-clad and sensitive

sngalbums: Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  Human memory is selective, favoring joyous moments in the margins of our lives. Why else would we buy the picture of our goofy faces on a roller coaster or bother with nature photography? We crave the butterflies that fill our bellies on momentous occasions, and KNIGHTSTOWN, also known as Michael Aston, has found a way … Continue reading The eponymous record from KNIGHTSTOWN is steel-clad and sensitive

Hark Madley’s Debut EP Glows Like John Glenn’s Fireflies

sngalbums: Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  “My status is excellent,” American astronaut John Glenn declares in a transmission to NASA’s control center during the 1962 Mercury-Atlas 6 spaceflight, the first to transport a man around the Earth. When Glenn sees the sun rise behind him as he hovers above the planet, he describes mysterious particles which became known as ‘fireflies’ that … Continue reading Hark Madley’s Debut EP Glows Like John Glenn’s Fireflies

Matt FX – “Vaquero”

Matt FX Emulates Mexican Cowboys on Debut Single “Vaquero” Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  The debut single from Matt FX was born in lockdown. It comes after years of other gigs around the industry, including as a DJ, producer, music supervisor (Broad City), and TV host (In The Mix with Matt FX). Now the New York-based artist has embarked on an exciting solo music career, … Continue reading Matt FX – “Vaquero”

The Space Wanderer and TTilawok align perfectly as Rymdeko

There are still many things to celebrate despite time feeling like it’s come to a halt. For instance, Postseason Franchise Records has just issued its very first vinyl release; the pressing is the debut EP from the new project of label founders Nicholas Comaratta and TJ Perrin (aka The Space Wanderer and TTilawok, respectively). They named the project and the EP Rymdeko, which translates to … Continue reading The Space Wanderer and TTilawok align perfectly as Rymdeko

Georgi Kay. CD Player – “Scary People (Reimagined)”

Georgi Kay and CD Player Put Us Face-to-Face With “Scary People” on Reworked Single Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  November 3rd will soon be here and Georgi Kay’s reimagining of her 2017 single, “Scary People,” sets the tone for a revolution. The British-Australian artist cites the last election for inspiring her to write the original, reflected in its sneering production. A foggy ambience in the … Continue reading Georgi Kay. CD Player – “Scary People (Reimagined)”