tuneage:

WWTB

Lots of stuff being released this week, though not a lot worth buying. Here’s what is, though:

Mystery Jets - Serotonin Session (via MysteryJets)

 Rough Trade presents: The Serotonin Session.

The Serotonin Session was filmed in a grand house by the River Thames in Hammersmith, London. The band played 4 songs taken from their 3rd album Serotonin which is due for release on July 5th.

Effi Briest - Mirror Rim

MIIIIIRRRROOOORRRRR RIIIMMMMM.

rednick:

mylovelyother:

tabbyhaswhores:

(via biteyourtongueifyoubitemine)
oh this is really cool.

rednick:

mylovelyother:

tabbyhaswhores:

(via biteyourtongueifyoubitemine)

oh this is really cool.

The Long Blondes - Nostalgia

Last.FM

Everyone liked it when Kate Bush was on crack.

TEENAGERSINTOKYO ‘Peter Pan’ Official video (via BackYardRecords)

yvynyl:

Mystic Isthmus - a yvynyl mixtape
I put up a new mixtape every month or two, and have all the playlists on my iPod. Truth be told, I really do this for kinda selfish reasons. The music continues to be a personal record of periods of time or memory in my own life. I love listening back to older mixes and thinking about what was happening then, and how those songs conjure up a season, people, parties. A big part of me hopes that you do the same, that I might be adding a bit of soundtrack to your life. I approach each of these mixes in that spirit. Thanks for sharing back your positive feedback and energy - both to me and the musicians. I hope this mix brings some light and love to your summer.
It would mean a lot to me if you click through to learn more about the bands you dig here. Many of them are offering more free tracks for you to download and enjoy. Please support them and their music with your time, attention and money. They deserve it.
Original artwork by Chilean Jorge Roa, also an experimental musician performing as la costa continua. Used with permission.
Dedicated to Norm, Heather and Lil’ Spaceman. May great changes be great, and mystics stay mystical.
[Want me to dedicate the next yvynyl mixtape to a friend of yours? Leave me a short note here. I’ll pick a nice one for next time.]
Tracklist:
 Grubby Little Hands - Feel in my Back
 Baths - Hall
 Birthdays - Van Hands
 Mutual Benefit - No Mundo da Lua
 Craft Spells - You Should Close the Door
 Julian Lynch - Just Enough
 Houses - Endless Spring
 Future Islands - Tin Man
 BRONZE - Deep Freeze
 Cloud Nothings - Even If It Worked Out
 Party Photographers - Piano Vache
 Ty Segall - Girlfriend
 Street Chant - Yr Philosophy
 Son of Rams - No Concept, No Logic
 Male Bonding - Before It’s Done (Daytrotter Session)
 The CQ - Wait and See
 Teenage Reverb - Under the Weather
 Phèdre - Ode to the Swinger
 Cosmic Sound - Night Owl
 Sunvisor - Sky Dive
 Magic Man - Darling
 The Young Sinclairs - Future Man
 Pete Greenwood - Bats over Barstow
 MMOSS - Hedge Creeper
 
Download directly here: http://bit.ly/bUpgFu
Please create a new playlist in iTunes and then click and drag the folder to import, thereby maintaining track order.
Check out more yvynyl mixtapes here.

yvynyl:

Mystic Isthmus - a yvynyl mixtape

I put up a new mixtape every month or two, and have all the playlists on my iPod. Truth be told, I really do this for kinda selfish reasons. The music continues to be a personal record of periods of time or memory in my own life. I love listening back to older mixes and thinking about what was happening then, and how those songs conjure up a season, people, parties. A big part of me hopes that you do the same, that I might be adding a bit of soundtrack to your life. I approach each of these mixes in that spirit. Thanks for sharing back your positive feedback and energy - both to me and the musicians. I hope this mix brings some light and love to your summer.

It would mean a lot to me if you click through to learn more about the bands you dig here. Many of them are offering more free tracks for you to download and enjoy. Please support them and their music with your time, attention and money. They deserve it.

Original artwork by Chilean Jorge Roa, also an experimental musician performing as la costa continua. Used with permission.

Dedicated to Norm, Heather and Lil’ Spaceman. May great changes be great, and mystics stay mystical.

[Want me to dedicate the next yvynyl mixtape to a friend of yours? Leave me a short note here. I’ll pick a nice one for next time.]

Tracklist:

  1. Grubby Little Hands - Feel in my Back
  2. Baths - Hall
  3. Birthdays - Van Hands
  4. Mutual Benefit - No Mundo da Lua
  5. Craft Spells - You Should Close the Door
  6. Julian Lynch - Just Enough
  7. Houses - Endless Spring
  8. Future Islands - Tin Man
  9. BRONZE - Deep Freeze
  10. Cloud Nothings - Even If It Worked Out
  11. Party Photographers - Piano Vache
  12. Ty Segall - Girlfriend
  13. Street Chant - Yr Philosophy
  14. Son of Rams - No Concept, No Logic
  15. Male Bonding - Before It’s Done (Daytrotter Session)
  16. The CQ - Wait and See
  17. Teenage Reverb - Under the Weather
  18. Phèdre - Ode to the Swinger
  19. Cosmic Sound - Night Owl
  20. Sunvisor - Sky Dive
  21. Magic Man - Darling
  22. The Young Sinclairs - Future Man
  23. Pete Greenwood - Bats over Barstow
  24. MMOSS - Hedge Creeper

Download directly here: http://bit.ly/bUpgFu

Please create a new playlist in iTunes and then click and drag the folder to import, thereby maintaining track order.

Check out more yvynyl mixtapes here.


Archive - Sane

I remember when I first took a listen of Archive. It was over a year ago now, I wasn’t sure what to make of it. I had no idea what genre of music I was listening to but after a few listens of a few of their songs I soon discovered that this band was unique in terms of vocals and instrumentally - maybe you’ll think the same.

Very similar to Portishead, massively.

This was the first song I ever listened to by Archive:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5iHzoll2q0

If you like Field Music, The Leisure Society and The White Rabbits then you’ll love Erland and the Carnival!

Last.FM

Erland and the Carnival are a British folk rock band, formed in London, England by multi instrumentalist Simon Tong (formerly of The Verve / Blur / The Good, the Bad & the Queen), Orcadian folk guitarist and singer Gawain Erland Cooper and Drummer/Engineer David Nock (The Orb / The Cult / The Fireman).

Erland and the Carnival are best known for their contemporary arrangements of traditional Scottish and English folk songs, including Tramps and Hawkers, Was You Ever See and Love Is a Killing Thing collected by Ralph Vaughan Williams. The band’s debut album was recorded at Damon Albarn’s Studio 13 and released January 2010.