I just got my hands on Real Estate’s sophomore album, “Days.” The 10-track album has a washed-out, lazy-day-at-the-beach vibe, which is definitely a good thing, if you asked me. Roadtrip to the beach, anyone? You can steam the album in full, thanks to NPR, and check out the film clip for “It’s Real,” below:
Oh, how I adore this track. Summer Fiction have released a new single, “Tell Me Once, Tell Me Twice,” for free download at their Bandcamp page. The track has a 70s piano-driven pop sound that is simple endearing! The perfect little summer pop gem.
New music from Tennis!!!! Check out their dreamy, lovingly faithful cover of one of the best songs from one of the best bands, the Zombies‘ 1965 hit “Tell Her No.” Simply Fabulous.
Rostam Batmanglij – producer and multi-intstrumentalist for pop perfectionists Vampire Weekend, and experimental electro-pop duo Discovery – has just shared a solo track called “Wood”. No idea if Rostam plans on further exploring what he’s presented with “Wood”, but I sure hope to god he does! You can tell straight away that the track draws inspiration from Asia instead of Africa / Paul Simon, as most other Vampire Weekend songs do. Listen below:
Oh how excited it makes me to hear that Fool’s Gold mastermind, A-Trak, has remixed The Rapture’s track, “How Deep is Your Love”. A-Track has made the dancy track even more clubbier- you will love!
I’m love-love-loving the latest Twin Sister album, In Heaven. One of my favourite tracks is “Kimmi in a Rice Field,” which now a film clip for your viewing pleasure. Watch it below.