Tag Archives: indie

Pure Ecstasy

 

The effortless Pure Ectsasy from Austin pour lo-fi, chilled out sauce all over your speaker spaghetti. Led by the lackadaisical singer-songwriter Nate Grace, they have released only a few single seven-inches; the music is p.cool. Sounds like a Real Estate who dabbled in psychedelia and record their tracks live.

Here’s a delicious taster.

Here’s a delcious rar.

Voices 7” Future Nostalgia 7” and Easy

 

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Filed under Music, Pop, Psychedelic

Women – Public Strain

Marrying abrasive drone-ish, noisey fuzz with eerie melodic vocals sounds like something of a science-fiction novel, yet  quartet ‘Women’  from Calgary effortlessly accomplish this to a level Kevin Shields would be proud of. The LP itself is a fucking mash of different genres and angle that collectively form a contender for album of the year. They shock and satisify the listener at every track; just try defining this album into a genre. The only real ‘tag’ this album has got is postwave, which is just a bit of a fucking laugh really but sounds rad.

Last track on the album is a beast.

Drone, indie, shoegaze, kraut, pop, noise… postwave? Easily my favourite album of the year.

sound of the year

 

 

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Filed under Drone, Music, Pop, Shoegaze