2017-11-20 05:28:18 UTC
The Laytcomers are a collective of ambitious losers, trapped inside a small Bay Area garage with a 4-track. They produce a mixture of noise rock, post-punk and even some elements of twee and Kiwi underground, all showcased on their new track "Population Grave"
"The first time we tried to come up with songs was when me (Ilya) and two of our other friends, who were original members of The Laytcomers, came to Cyes' place in Davis, where he went to college," Ilya explains. "I was hoping we were going to write some music, but at that time no one was really motivated to do anything, until I actually sat down with a cheap microphone myself and played/sang (pretty terribly), forcing everyone to contribute. Most of the sounds from that time were almost unlistenable. For drums we used a Guitar Hero drum set, which we used to write some of our first songs (Coldfront, Coppertone). There weren't a clear idea who does what, I was switching between bass and acoustic guitar, both of which I could barely even play at the time."
"We came a long way in terms of musical development and taste. In recent years our project The Laytcomers started to gain its own identity especially after we got two new members from Craigslist (Sam on saxophone and John on drums). We still walk a line between catchy indie-rock, based on short catchy bass lines and guitar riffs, psychedelic sounds and ear-bleeding noise rock with amp feedback and all kinds of noises."
"Our title song Population Grave wasn't coming along for awhile. We recorded original drum/vocal/guitar version almost five years ago. Something wasn't working out in it until I actually rethought the bassline from the scratch. It turned into a catchy angular post-punk thingy with roots in the no wave and New Zealand noise-rock."
art, punk, experimental, noise, rock, california, garage, indie, lo-fi, post-punk, psychedelic
2017-09-11 06:07:26 UTC
"Reservoir of Impermanent Bliss" is the album from Low Sun out now via our buds at Art of the Uncarved Block.
"It is amidst the mundane and familiar moments where light seems eager to seep in and startle you from a spiritual pause. The finest way to pass the time is to transcend it; to stumble drunkenly upon a fervent richness. These are reservoirs of impermanent bliss. Cradle them tightly. Care for them as you would your child; as you would a smouldering ember between fires…"
Sept 9th- Toronto, ON @ The Burdock, Sept 22nd- Toronto, ON @ The Smiling BuddhaOct 5th - Olomouc, CZ, Oct 6th - Orlova, CZ, Oct 7th - Piensk, PL ,Oct 8th - Decin, CZ, Oct 9th - Dresden, DE, Oct 10th - Leipzig, DE (booked), Oct 13th - Riga, Latvia,, Oct 14th - Helsinki, Finland, Oct 15th - Tallinn, Estonia, Oct 16th - Kaunus, Lithuania, Oct 17th - Warsaw, PL, Oct 18th- Krakow, PL, Oct 21st - Brno, CZ, Oct 22nd - Prague, CZ, Oct 26th - Yokohama @ BB Street, Oct 27th - Shimokitazawa (Tokyo) @ Rokudemonaiyoru, Oct 28th - Sangenchaya (Tokyo) @ HevensDoor, Oct 29th - Osaka @ environment 0g, Oct 30th - Kyoto @ GROWLY, Oct 31st - Nagoya @ Rock and Roll Club, Nov 1st - Tokyo @ Kichijyouji Warp, Nov 3nd - Hong Kong @ The Wanch, Nov 4th - Hong Kong @ Secret Location
Two Paths - 02:24
Sacred Grove - 02:11
I Love Everything (I Do Not Have) - 02:39
Round Soul - 03:30
Into Sun - 03:22
Quiet Wave - 02:34
A Fearless Past - 03:38
2017-08-02 05:09:53 UTC
Matt Paxton recorded his new EP 'Hunter Street Station Blues' in early Spring of 2017. "I've found myself often coming back to my hometown to record when I needed a break from the west coast. Recently I decided to move home. Hamilton is where my label Other Songs Music Co is based out of as well as Threshold Recording Studios where the album was recorded. Not to mention it's homebase for a lot of friends and family. For the past while I've lived primarily on the West Coast of Canada. Yet, I've always drawn a ton of influence from the place and people I know back home. This first track 'Baby Don't Go' is largely about holding on to love and trying to make it all work. When writing these tunes (last year and up until early this spring), I was indeed hauling a heavy heart. It's kinda funny though, I'm happier than ever nowadays, which makes it weird singing the sad ones live, but I got this - sad songs are my thing."
- Baby Don't Go - 03:34
- Hunter Street Station Blues - 02:59
- I Want You (All to Myself) - 04:41
- Put it All Back Together - 02:46
folk, indie, lo-fi
2017-05-25 05:32:32 UTC
Starting in 2011 when Johnstown, PA artist Jake Dryzal was only 12 years old, Blue Navy was conceived through his love of indie music and surrealism. Crafting fictional stories that dealt with relationship strife or dreamlike circumstances, Blue Navy released several demo EPs between 2011 and 2013. Jake took a hiatus from Blue Navy in 2014 to focus on his post-metal project, Pallor, and later returned to Blue Navy after the breakup with a girlfriend. Influenced by slowcore, dream pop, and shoegazing music, Jake released his debut album, "Mine" in early 2016 to critical acclaim. Another bout of unrequited love hit Jake in early 2017, resulting in the production of his newest album, "Ours," which was released that May.
"Ours" is Blue Navy's sophomore LP - another concept album that covers topics such as heartbreak, loss, and memories following the destruction of a meaningful relationship. Along with introspective, confessional lyrics, "Ours" contains balanced elements of stripped-down acoustic folk, as well as dense layers of lush, ethereal, and reverberated ambient soundscapes.
- Grace - 03:45 info
- October Through - 08:04
- Reflection I - 06:27
- Goodnight Sweet February - 10:38
- Without - 02:31
- A Pin of Leaves - 08:35
- Fading - 04:38 info
- Reflection II - 07:10
ambient, darkwave, dream, pop, drone, wave, indie, folk, lo-fi, post-rock, sadcore, shoegaze, slowcore
2017-03-19 05:14:04 UTC
"Somewhere between madness and lack of education, Diablo 2 and adolescent sweat, the mysticism of the big world computer network and the TV attached alone in the living room. From that place in your mind that you do not know invented or The pastime glued to the upper molar and the acidity of Coca-Cola in the depths of his tongue imploding his palate in a fractal of crazy memories and associations and a very secret truth that one day you almost understood and today lives in the Part of your dreams that you no longer remember.
It is from these things that "Which are the True Midnight Monsters?", The first record of the Phantom Sites project, is done. Composed in a solo way by Felipe Soares (Amandinho, 151515) he cuts nostalgias, adds sensations, coexists between opposites and finds in a network of memories that we think are intimate and insurmountable.
The abstract romanticism of the beginning of the millennium, the first generation that grew more inside the internet than it had been and now does not know what to do and that mainly does not know to differentiate the things that believe othe things in itself. Who did not see the end of the world but knew the end of the Polara that is much worse. The profile of your friend who has a child, works, and does not care much more for the internet. It's about this ocean where you came from and now it separates you that this disc speaks.
Phantom sites clandestinely accessed on the computer of their friends' parents. The midnight monsters between unfinished purchases and that message you never answered. Conspiracies, terrorists and the myth of freedom. Now at a young pace.
by Smhir Garcia.
- Liberta, DJ!
- Sr. Valdemar
- TvU (part. Danilo Galindo)
- Vaporwave Sem Destino (Spandau Ballet ft. Polara)
indie, rock, electronic, hiphop, jazz, eletronic, experimental, lo-fi