This video allegedly failed a strobe/seizure test. As for the song, once you settle into the first half, finally lulled by the back drop lurking under the traditionally quick drums, a break takes away any comfort before returning you into hypnosis. Pre-order the Collapse EP at Warp.
Sadly, I’m not really sure how many people out there in the Internet world are aware of Nick Talbot and the incredible music he’s been making under the Gravenhurst moniker. In case you haven’t, then let this be an introduction to one of the songwriters that will go on to be part of your life for the duration. His latest effort, The Ghost in Daylight, will be released by Warp Records on May 1st, and I’m in love with this sprawling single by Talbot. It’s quiet and subtle, until you get this burst of creativity near the end of the song. It’s the sort of song that begs you to listen through and through, and that’s the kind of music you’ll get with Gravenhurst. Hope you like your new favorite band!
Canadians Born Ruffians are returning in 2010 with the follow up to their critically acclaimed 2008 debut Red, Yellow & Blue. Their new album, Say It, will be hitting stores on June 1st via Warp Records just in time for summer. First single from the upcoming LP can be found for your listening pleasure below.
While we were roaming around town last week, we started thinking about some of the upcoming releases that have got us peeing our pants in anticipation this year. Then we saw some of these artists during SXSW and got even more excited for what’s to come. For today’s Top 5, we wanted to take a look at some of theses new releases and rank them in order of just how excited we are about them. Some big names who were in town (Decemberists, Dan Auerbach, etc.) have already put out some solid releases this year, so we’re hoping that these won’t let us down. Follow the jump for our full Top 5 of anticipated releases from SXSW artists. Read more