Signer, Next We Bring The Fire

There is something that reminds me of the ride home during the dawn of an after party, with all the “colorful balloons” floating in the air. As you drive out of the cold darkness, lost in some random inner city with no where to piss, remember, you can play Signer on your way home and all will be forgotten.

There is something that reminds me of the ride home during the dawn of an after party, with all the “colorful balloons” floating in the air. As you drive out of the cold darkness, lost in some random inner city with no where to piss, remember, you can play Signer on your way home and all will be forgotten.

Atlas Sound, Logos

This Gust of Wind wakes you when the dogs howl rides over the empty streets. You lift up suddenly from dreaming of something you vividly recall, but can’t decisively remember.

This Gust of Wind wakes you when the dogs howl rides over the empty streets. You lift up suddenly from dreaming of something you vividly recall, but can’t decisively remember.

Sleeper of the Week: Hear Hums

Hear Hums are nothing, if not a visually complex DIY band. For fans of Animal Collective, Mystic Chords of Memory, Do Make Say Think, and Broken Social Scene’s Feel Good Lost.

Hear Hums are nothing, if not a visually complex DIY band. For fans of Animal Collective, Mystic Chords of Memory, Do Make Say Think, and Broken Social Scene’s Feel Good Lost.

Banhart is still Banhart

This record has moments that signal to the past, as if to say he hasn’t forgotten his original self. He clearly hasn’t, even when enticed by the dollar bills of a major, Banhart is still Banhart.

This record has moments that signal to the past, as if to say he hasn’t forgotten his original self. He clearly hasn’t, even when enticed by the dollar bills of a major, Banhart is still Banhart.

Sin Fang Bous’s Clangour, Before Its Time.

Gust of Wind # 3 Sin Fang Bous, Clangour Morr Music This gust of wind stays busy establishing a coupled sound of gadgetry, strings, and broken tonality, which moves freely through  familiar instrumentations of pop. The ability of this album to change with a flick of a switch is apparent with the first listen. It … Continue reading “Sin Fang Bous’s Clangour, Before Its Time.”