FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO

"Spells" - Jenny Hval

"Spells" - Jenny Hval

Starts off oh-so-perfect-Scandi-pop and develops some fantastic ambience / synthy-ness / wierdness / harmony bigness / sax along the way. Beautiful.

From the EP "The Long Sleep" out on May 25th. She's on Twitter at @jennyhval, Facebook at jennyhval.

[Bandcamp | iTunes | Amazon | Spotify | SoundCloud]

Posted Saturday, May 12, 2018.



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FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO is positively ravenous for new music. All of it. Got a tip? @fsodisco on the twitters.

Est. 2018. Proudly curated in Acton Town.

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FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO is positively ravenous for new music. All of it. Got a tip? @fsodisco on the twitters.

Est. 2018. Proudly curated in Acton Town.

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"Turn Around" - Dungen & Woods
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"Breathe In, Breathe Out" - Melody's Echo Chamber
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"To Get Over Only One Side" - The Low Anthem
Gentle, yearning acoustical goodness from the Rhode Island psych-folk crowd.

"Soft Music / Juno Portraits of the Jovian Sky" - of Montreal
Here's some relaxing slightly trippy space-based science fiction therapy pop to kick off your day. 

"Prior Things" - Hop Along
There's much to love about this, although I'm particularly partial to the little string arps that decorate the verses.

"Break-Thru" - Dirty Projectors
This "band" (a loose term - Mr. Longstreth seems to get through a lot of musicians) get a lot of love in these parts. This skittish pre-release track with it's filthy-filtered synth bass and annoyingly perky guitar hook has done nothing to change that. 

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