Friday, July 29, 2011

VIDEO: La Secte Du Futur - We'll Go To Space

Another solid track and video from the Paris, France supergroup, which includes members from Catholic Spray, Les Dolipranes, Zyklon Beach, and ex-
members from The Poo Attack. 

- Dan

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Psychic Blood - Leaves

Completely blown out punk from Holyoke, MA. Husker Du/Wipers-esque. They've also got a 7" coming that you can stream here, and an LP in the works. if you're interested in a physical copy of the cassette demo. 

- Dan

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Repeated Viewing - Frozen Existence OST

Electronic artist out of Glasgow. Organ synths and action riffs that'll help complete your murderous rampages. An 80s horror soundtrack to a nonexistent 80s horror movie.

- Dan

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The Soft Moon - s/t + Parallels

Ice cold  80's goth/post punk influenced tunes from one man musical virtuoso Luis Vasquez. I've been sitting on this one for awhile and I still can't take it out of my cd player for more than a day or two. Definitely the best Captured Tracks release this year. Pick up a copy and put some beer money in Luis' pocket.

- Steve

Download s/t

Download Parallels

Public Dims - Vent Somewhere Else

Meant to post this one when it was originally submitted to us a few months back, but was reminded after just recently receiving it in our inbox for the second time. Lo-fi twanger two-piece from southern California. Their lazy monotone vocals and lethargic instrumentation give them some singularity in a relatively crowded sub-genre. 

- Dan

Piresian Beach - Fuck Your Mind

A one-woman project from the Hungarian also known as Nohopekids (sorry, misunderstood the email. 2 different peeps. Nohopekids = dude, Piresian Beach = chick. both from Hungary). Less punk, more shoegaze, still lo-fi, with some pretty memorable reverb drenched hooks that'll stick like barnacles. 

- Dan

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Le Pécheur - DEMON1

If you didn't get a chance to check out the J.C. Satàn/Le Pécheur - Split 7" I posted back in December, this is your chance to get familiar with Le Pécheur. This one man gritty jangly psych garage pop solo project is some of the best stuff I've heard so far this year. This guy needs a label to give him a proper release asap.

- Dan