Alex on December 12 2014
Sometimes I hear tracks which I feel belong on the soundtrack of my life. This is one on of those tracks - let's say... track 8. Well then Jaako Eiono Kalevi from Helsinki, welcome to the soundtrack of my life. We've placed you at track 8 right after Nada Surf's cover of Where is My Mind and before (pick literally any song off the Drive soundtrack).
chris on December 03 2014
This is one of those unsearchable artists, much like the band Girls. The album title doesn't help either because its simply titled 2. Google's number one page result is Desire 2 Learn, a Millersville University online education platform. Millersville University, Sieze the Opportunity. GO PIRATES!
Alex on December 02 2014
Back in the saddle after a week of constant travel. I write to you a shell of a man who wants nothing more than to spread good tunes.
Brooklyn based Tei Shi popped up on my Soundcloud the other day and I have to say I'm instantly hooked to her Iamamiwhoami vibe.
chris on November 18 2014
I'm not usually a proponent of cuteness. For example, I dont don't care about puppy pictures or slow loris videos. But this girl is pretty irresistible, and also the way she says backpack... I think having a killer bass riff and dad-music saxophone helps a ton as well.
chris on November 14 2014
Jonny Jewel has been on my mind a lot lately. Over the years I've mentioned in posts that songs would appear on the soundtrack to my life. Well JJ has pretty much invented the concept of a fake soundtrack. M83 too, but I'm under the impression that great things happen simultaneously at different parts of the world at the same time. As if the idea is out there and these two channeled it at the same time. The Chromatics are pretty much the best case scenario of a band that makes a fake soundtrack to your favorite fake movie. Tequila Sunrise meets Blue Velvet. "But I Killed For Love" That's passion baby. I have to admit, m83 flies pretty close to perfection with Before the Dawn Heals Us and it's spine tingling poetic track Car Chase Terror. Those early M83 albums, to me, really appear to have influenced Cliff Martinez and his soundtrack to Drive, which was produced by none other than Jonny Jewel.