The second track to escape from LUMP is the sparse, wide open opening track from their forthcoming record, and it's gorgeous in a disdainful sort of way.
Definitelt a whole different kettle of hairy yeti compared to the relatively boppy "Curse Of The Contemporary".
Posted Saturday, May 12, 2018.
"Pillars (feat. Baba Maraire & Felicia Douglass)" - The Skull Eclipses
The Algorithms just threw up this slice of intelligent, off-kilter (yet bizarrely old school) hip-hop). First encounter with The Skull Eclipses but wont be my last - well worthy of your ears.
"Have You Considered Punk Music" - Self Defense Family
Excellent low tempo stream of deep consciousness. (Also, calzone.)
"Krissy" - Varsity
Understated, simple and a complete earworm. I especially love the little tempo change.
"Turn Around" - Dungen & Woods
Not new new, but this collaboration from Stockholm's psych-rock outfit Dungen and Brooklyn folk-rockers Woods is free-flowing and pop-ish and still full of interesting corners.
"Breathe In, Breathe Out" - Melody's Echo Chamber
I think the only way to come back after a staggeringly pleasant bank holiday is by deploying some surrealist Gallic indiepop and, luckily for you, Melody Prochet has got you all sorted out.
"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.