Archive for February, 2011

28th February
2011
written by benjamin

Today, Richter Collective is bringing a nice story! And So I Watch You From Afar is putting out a new single called Search:Party:Animal. The single itself is already available as a free download, but it will also be released as a 7″ on April 4th. In return of this nice new single, they’re also issuing a challenge: A competition for both remixing the new single and doing artwork for the release! The deadline is on March 6th.

ASIWYFA – Search:Party:Animal by Richter Collective

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24th February
2011
written by benjamin

65156695-1I’m streaming it all the time. That’s because it’s only for sale as a 12″ in the US, and there’s no apparent digital release.

Hume is prog-rock by means of flow and length, but the sound can be described as largely indie-rock, and it’s not dull or depressing. It’s refreshing like their label-mates Buildings. Maybe it could sound like a prog’ed version of Maps & Atlases. Oh well, listen.. it’s good. That’s why it’s here.


humesongs.bandcamp.com/

Head over to Ruffian Records for free downloads of their older releases »

Hume - Penumbra
Socket Records, August 2010

23rd February
2011
written by benjamin

2472885471-1 Hello there! I’m recommending that you check out Aulos from the UK. If you like Planets, Antarctic, Redneck Manifesto n’stuff. Self-released EP for immediate listening here:


http://aulos.bandcamp.com/

Found on: Math vs Rock?

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20th February
2011
written by benjamin
  • pg.99 is reuniting to perform document#8 – more news here »
  • Honey for Petzi has released a new album, General Thoughts and Tastes. I really like it, it’s sort of going more in the direction of American Analog Set and Pinback, but definitely still keeping their old sound and general instrumental grounds. Listen here »
  • Loose Lips Sink Ships have said that they’re recording a new album. This is important news, because it’s a fucking awesome band and you should hear the stuff they have on bandcamp »

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