Sydney production duo Fishing came up on 2k10-era blogs like Life: Aquatic
with a bubbly sound in line with the languid times. Nowadays they operate in a "housier space" (as noted by Perth-based collective Pilerats
), and this club-ready redirect definitely suits them.
Brainfeeder's resident bass shredder returns with a feel-good number channeling 1970s Doobie Brothers alongside modern production from Louis Cole and Flying Lotus. The one-off single is a reminder that it's good to disengage from your technology once in a while.
"When there’s a seasonal transition, I feel like a window is opened within me to all the other years I’ve lived through." So Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak recently told Rookie
when asked about her "bold and orchestral" new single as Flock of Dimes (LP out next month).
“Ein feines, maximal entspanntes Stück Gitarrenpop kommt heute zu später Stunde aus Downunder: Redspencer, vierköpfige Band aus Melbourne, sind im…”
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Thanks to The Finest Kiss
for tipping us off to this new one from Melbourne-based Redspencer. "As cosmic and carefree as the summery landscapes they're inspired by," according to Aussie blog Happy
, the trio will release a sophomore LP later this year.
“Coming off a year of guest appearances on notable records with artists like Fabolous, Rick Ross, Tyga, and Jeremih, all…”
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The New York-based producer and MC first grabbed attention with credits on songs for Kanye and Drake. Ahead of his imminent debut solo album, The Disco
, he drops this ode to Busta Rhymes and Flipmode Squad. Bust it, bust it.
More from artists on this week's Stack available at Amoeba Music: here
, and here
, the new album from LA-based celestial pop artist Lionel "Vinyl" Williams on Toro Y Moi's label.
NY Times asks: is Bandcamp the Holy Grail of online record stores?
"Bandcamp has an independent-artist identity because of practicalities: Independent artists from web-centered subcultures need it most."
Thanks for listening!
- Dev, Dave & Team Hype Machine