Radstewart’s latest track, ‘Insane Parties’ is an honest rambling of what we have all witnessed at student houses parties nationwide. Their name is also super awesome! Well done guys… AdvertisementsRead more "Radstewart"
Let’s all watch the new Colo(u)r War video… They are based in Brooklyn, so I guess that explains why they can’t spell. *shakes fist at America Good song though!Read more "Watch: Color War"
Washington-based musician Phil Elverum, aka Mount Eerie is the man behind this heavily auto-tuned remix-of-sorts entitled ‘Lone Bell’. The re-work of the bands original track features a distant waver of vocals that sounds far from human, and Elverum has manage to mould the song into a genre-less blend of horns and bass you’ll find truly immersive. […]Read more "Pre-Human Ideas"
There has been an obvious lack of content over the past couple of weeks. Time seems to be passing me by, predominantly consumed by my search for a ‘real job’. But that doesn’t mean that the soundtrack hasn’t been excellent. Ever since deleting all of the music from my laptop, I have been constantly discovering […]Read more "Diamonds & Daisies"
A couple of weeks ago I announced that I would be putting together a new fanzine featuring all of my old band t-shirts. And whilst I’ve realised that I have actually thrown a bunch of awesome shirts away over the years, I am actually making progress. In fact, I’ve had a lightbulb moment… I was […]Read more "Band T-Shirt: Update"
Take a look at this incredible, interactive music making toy from the Italian design company MusicInk… “MusicInk is a project spawned from the idea of looking into the world of music teaching, creating a new way to understand music and interact with musical instruments.” If you watch the video below you’ll be able to see […]Read more "MusicInk: Making Music With Ink"
Here’s a bloody great big bunch of bangin’ tunes that I have been listening to recently. I think you’ll like a couple of ’em. You can also see what else I have been listening to HERE, HERE and HERE. Enjoy!Read more "One Month: Part Two"