This Week's Album Picks
The past 2 weeks have been hectic with travel and work so I'm looking forward to finally catching up on some music. There's been a number of releases from some of my favorite artists, and since I'm in London I'm trying to sample some local sounds too.
Relatively rare I discover bands from my hometown of Columbus, Ohio. Always pleased when I do, especially when I like their sound.
I've really dug the eery sound that's defined Deerhunter's previous albums. Fading Frontiers heads in a slightly different eery direction,
Thank Your Lucky Stars
Beach House's continues to crush 2015 with their second release of the year.
I've always felt !!! doesn't get enough credit. Each of their albums routinely , and a great choice when you need some energy.
Small Black brings back some great memories for me as it was one of the few albums I had on my iPod during my 2-month bike trek across South America. Their unique sound can make hours melt away, perfect for long rides or long days in front of the computer.
Vega Intl. Night School
Fans of Neon Indian should enjoy this quality follow-up.
On the rougher side but worth a listen.
After hearing a few singles over the past few months I've been looking forward to this album. It didn't disappoint. A few tracks are sure to end up on my running mix.
Are You Alone?
A truly beautiful experience.
I Thought The Future Would Be Cooler