Friday, 24 May 2013

MUSIC WEEK #6

It's been quite a good week. Except for just now. I fell off a wall trying to stop a buggy from rolling down a hill - major ouch I can tell you that. And now at least I know - I am not as strong as gravity, nor as heavy as a buggy. So it's a stupid thing really. But hey - all I am doing now is lying down finding new music and watching One Piece. Fine by me. Besides the pain, it could be worse really.

Anyway, here's a list of this week's music.


GENERATIONALS - PUT A LIGHT ON
Optimistic and catchy

BEACON - DRIVE
Late-at-night-when-no-one's-around reflective chill

MAY E - ピーターパンはいないの [THERE IS NO PETER PAN]
Cutesy wanna-be-a-kid-forever Japanese rap

DEAP VALLY - BABY I CALL HELL
Thumpingingly exciting rock 'n' roll

SUN GLITTERS - AFTER EIGHT
Ultimate chill

TWIGS - HOW'S THAT
Sultry & sexy

LAMU - BACK TO '92
Nostalgic synth heaven

ALITREC - CARTOGRAPH
Experimental with bubbling-gorgeous sounds

INTERVIEW: DAISUKE TANABE
This Japanese glitch-hop artist is a man of few words

HANDBOOK - DIAMOND RING
Great hip-hop instrumental with gnarly sample

SLUGABED - BOMBOK
Basshall oddity with odd video

TOUCHY MOB - DAYS GO BY
Beautiful beautiful

FOR - LEMME BURN Sunny Italian indie funk

TWIGS & YARN - YUUREI
Ethereal Shinto shrine experience

TOKYOLITE - YES! DANCE!
Exuberant indie pop all the way from Indonesia


Favourite track of this week was a relative latecomer to the week's listings: Touchy Mob - Days Go By. Ludwig Plath, the man behind Touch Mob, says that actually the song is a cover of a song by his friend, Sean Nicholas Savage. Whilst the original is nice (listen here), I think TM's version is nicer. Purely a matter of taste. Soz SNS.

Ouch my knee :'(

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