Windows — Broken Bells

Keegan Swenson

April 9, 2011

Filed under Featured Songs

Broken Bells, the best collaboration since peanut butter and jelly, are back with a stellar new EP. Windows, probably the most accessible track, has tighter production and a heavier lead guitar resulting in a blues feel that works... Read more »

Ready for the Floor — Hot Chip (SOORBTV Remix)

Kale Walch

April 8, 2011

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This remixed single of the original hit, “Ready for the Floor” lends new life to an old track, completely changing the original version, making it into something better, smoother.

I’m Just a Balloon — Jeffrey Jerusalem

Logan McMillen

April 7, 2011

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Frenetic, bass pumping, SebastiAn-esque house, replete with distant vocals, a cheesy breakdown, and heavy ballad synth pads. Worthy of multiple listens.

Me Me Me — Middle Brother

Katie Cashman

April 6, 2011

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Middle Brother is a new alt-country band comprised of the talent from three already fantastic West Coast bands–Taylor Goldsmith from Dawes, John McCauley from Deer Tick, and Matt Vasquez from Delta Spirit. Their first single,... Read more »

Get to the Point — Excision and Liquid Stranger (Oblivion Remix)

Logan McMillen

April 5, 2011

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Hailing straight from Minneapolis Oblivion remixes this delicate track and adds the filthy bass-lines, odd meter dance beats, and decimated vocal samples that dub-step fans love.

Winter Was Warmer — Little Jungles

Logan McMillen

April 4, 2011

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With psychedelic backwards synths, whispered vocals, nauseating slide guitar and propulsive bass, Little Jungles’ latest track is a lesson in carefully orchestrated chill out music. Enjoy.

Couch — Earl Sweatshirt (Feat. Ace the Creator)

Keegan Swenson

April 3, 2011

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Earl Sweatshirt is a member of the hip hop collective out of Los Angeles, California. They are creating the most unique rap music in the industry; a kind of hybrid between punk rock and gangster rap.

Neeve — Woolfy (PVTH Remix)

Logan McMillen

April 2, 2011

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A lesson in multi-layered beats. Combining elements of 80’s pop production with samba rhythms and ghostly vocals, Neeve is a complex electronic tune that’s as catchy as it is intelligent.

Lady Luck — Jamie Woon

Keegan Swenson

April 1, 2011

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With a set of swooning vocals (reminiscent of James Blake) and a raging R&B electronica beat, the newly discovered Jamie Woon delivers a rich yet brief song coated with pop texture.