Brigid Dawson, the creator of many of Thee Oh Sees’ wondrous psychedelic melodies, talks about making music and exploring and embracing your artistic freedom, the importance of friendship in the Bay area’s music scene and her new art and music projects.
Summer wasn’t over in September and won’t be over in October, so here is the soundtrack to celebrate eternal sunshine: a shiny golden playlist for Indian Summer days with a colourful blend of new sunny psychedelia, experimental pop and rock’n’roll.
Palm is our first, greatest and latest discovery and instant music crush in 2018!
It’s been a while, but we are back recommending you concerts, albums and artists in 2018!
A wild mix of loud, passionate, dark, dreamy, melancholic, weird, funny, uplifting, optimistic, powerful and easy-going songs, all made in 2016, but 2.* *tell us which ones are older, and get some… Continue reading
Their first release “The Album Paranoia” is one of the most repeated albums this year – a refreshing blend of experimental rock, 90s alt-indie, grunge, kraut and fuzz, perpetually shifting from melancholy to hysteria and back, dark and dreamy as we love it.
Waiting and teasing for her upcoming album “My Woman” this Friday , September 2 we hit the repeat button again and again on Angel Olsen’s new single Sister – Bewitching us with a… Continue reading
Annika Henderson-fronted Mexican-German supergroup Exploded View put out their stunning debut album August 19 on Sacred Bones Records. Their self-titled LP is characterzied by an addictive drive -unleashing a powerful fusion of dark, post-punkish, dubby, lurking, dreamy and moody tracks.
The repeat of the week is Vaadat Charigim’s second album “Sinking As A Stone” – the perfect balance between luminous shoegaze, washed-out dreampop and the sweet gloom of melancholy. Although the music is… Continue reading
Ariel Pink – “Jell-O” Ariel Pink released this ironic video-clip for his new single “Jell-O”. It’s a mash-off of some trashy footage of the gelatine production itself, pinkish raw meat pieces and “shoulders”… Continue reading