Monthly Archives: November 2011

New releases: YACHT – I Walked Alone remix EP

YACHT I Walked Alone

YACHT have released the remix EP for their track, I Walked Alone. The Larry Gus remix keeps the tempo of the original track but adds a gentle, warm, white-noise hiss of an well-worn vinyl record in the background. Max Tundra delivers a more electrified version of the YACHT original. Parisian duo Get A Room!, aka Rove Dogs and Jeff Masson… Read more »

Introducing: Labirinto – Brazilian prog-rock

Labirinto

Formed in mid-2003 by friends who sought to combine their musical and personal influences through instrumental composition, Labirinto seeks to create textures and atmospheres full of imagery. Labirinto’s music is a sonic experiment and they bring the listener along for the beautiful ride. The band’s most recent full length album ‘Anatema’ is available on deluxe digipack CD and double LP. The album was mixed… Read more »

Music Video Addiction: Sunday November 27, 2011 edition

Music Video Addiction

Another week of music video picks and we have some great ones for you today. Since it’s raining out in Toronto, we wanted to get everyone dancing by posting some videos that will get your booty shaking. We hope you enjoy them. CANT: Too Late Too Far – loving the beat in this track. Glass Candy: Warm In The Winter – a… Read more »

XL US vinyl store launches

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XL laptop

Attention Vinyl Junkies: This week, XL Recordings has launched its US vinyl store. For the launch, they have made available classic albums like Dizzee Rascal’s ‘Boy In Da Corner’ on double LP as well as 2011 albums like The Horrors ‘Skying’ and Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie xx’s ‘We’re New Here’. In addition to vinyl, the site also has an exclusive… Read more »

New releases: Total Slacker – Thrashin

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Total Slacker

Total Slacker are a Brooklyn-based band made up of members Tucker Rountree, Emily Jane and Ross Condon. The New Yorker calls them “part of the Brooklyn contingent of a sub-genre … shitgaze.” and The Village Voice calls “Front man Tucker Rountree manages to echo both Thurston Moore and Lou Reed with his half-sung, half-spoken lyrics about being young, broke, and in… Read more »