Gentle Japanese occassional electric folk pop something something.
Apparenty "Spirit Fest is an impromptu supergroup built around acclaimed Japanese duo, Tenniscoats. Featuring members of Notwist, Jam Money and Joasihno." I have zero points of reference there, but this whole record is brilliant - "Anohito" out now, linkage below. Find them on Facebook at spiritfestmusic.
Posted Friday, December 7, 2018.
"Heavy Blue" - Rainstorm Brother
Part bigverb piano, part electrofolk noise, all lovely.
"If I'm Gone Tomorrow (It's Because of Aliens)" - MUNYA
Psychedelia-laced pre break-up space optimism.
"San' Yago" - Cave
Tasty Chicago Jam.
"Stay Awake" - Johnny Hostile
Scratchy warble electro swells, done gud.
"Taishi-Koto, Pt. 1" - L'Eclair
A not unpleasant amount of soundtrack-y organ.
"Steady State" - Rimarimba
Pulsing lo-fi guitar vs electronicalism and drones. From Felixstowe. Obviously.
"Deterritory" - Young Jesus
It's nice to know someone in LA still makes brainrock.