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Sunglasses: Whiplash [mp3]


I’m impressed. Greatly. Sunglasses take highly infectious electro sounds and drop in dark, moody, yet nonchalant vocals in their song “Whiplash”. Calm and relaxed, the contrast to Sunglasses’ big beat electronic sounds is borderline genius. “Whiplash” is bizarre, but it’s fun — super fun. Sunglasses is the brainchild of Samuel Cooper and Brady Keehn. Influenced by a wide range of artists, from hip hop to 60’s pop, “Whiplash” successfully combines what the band set out to do: blend Samuel’s love for pop songs with Brady’s obsession with bass and multi-layered beats. “Whiplash” can be found on the duo’s self-titled debut EP, out next week on Lefse Records. Read More »Sunglasses: Whiplash [mp3]

Neon Indian: Psychic Chasms [Album Review]


Prior to the release of debut LP Psychic Chasms, Austin’s Neon Indian had already begun to garner a substantial quantity of hype from tastemakers across the globe. In first visiting Psychic Chasms, one is struck with the term ambiguous. Sure, the album and the band hint at a wider experimental electro-folk, folktronica, or whatever subgenre you wish to dub the latest slew of pleasant electronic artists that dip their toes into the arena of folk all the while foraying into eccentric bouts of experimentation. Read More »Neon Indian: Psychic Chasms [Album Review]

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