Features, New Music, Playlist

Weekend Selection #15

Colette Pomerleau / December 1, 2017

This weekend selection creates the blaring and the bold through distinctive soundscapes. We’ll probably keep our eyes wide open the whole time, and we’re inviting you along for this.

Read and listen on below.

Monterrey, Mexico-based producer Tuzeint X Black Blanco collaborates with fellow Mexican producer Black Blanco on “Honey”, a smooth and sultry debut inspired by the feeling of encountering a past love.

For fans of: Sampha, Jessie Ware, Rhye

Self-taught Canadian composer and DJ CRi shares “Keep It Real”, a compelling electronic euphoria featuring Jesse Mac Cormack.

For fans of: Jamie XX, Caribou, Moderat

The cinematic, young and sonically dense MOLLY release “Glimpse” from their EP today.
Post-rock influence late-80s spatial preferences and make this Scandinavian band stand out amongst the other ethereal acts.

For fans of: the Radio Dept., Dungen, Sigur Rós

The Soft Moon drops his newest single, “It Kills”, representing the California-raised, Berlin-based musician’s “constant struggle with making the same mistakes in order to feed [his] desires”. The forthcoming LP Criminal is out February 2nd via the Sacred Bones.

For fans of: Black Marble, Cold Cave, Soft Kill

Philly-based psych pop and space rock experimenters Them Jones formed in 2014 and now release their debut album with the single, “Maya”. Introductive samples are seized by a seductive psych-folk fog, teleporting the listener to a field of pastels and nostalgic softness.

For fans of: Quilt, Morgan Delt, Doug Tuttle

Long-time Portland garage rockers Wooden Indian Burial Ground have made a cult following out of us, and we continue with this theme through their newest single, “Sunshine”. Their high energy is still the same, though there are a few instruments that took us by surprise.

For fans of: Oh Sees, Heaters, Fuzz

Brooklyn-based psychoanalyst and musician Ezra Feinberg premieres his debut solo project with the single “True Refuge”, an unconventional ambient and west coast psych narrative full of cosmic layers of both electric and acoustic guitars, pianos and synthesizers.

For fans of: Broken Social Scene, the Album Leaf, the Sea and Cake

Youthful multi-instrumentalist Harvie Ashby comes from Richmond, Virginia. His latest, “Effigy Of A Burning Man” is guitar-driven rock smothered by warm melodies.

For fans of: Kevin Morby, Destroyer, Whitney

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