The track listing and song lengths of Black Moth Super Rainbow’s new album “Eating Us,” which is set to be released on May 26, 2009, have been leaked onto the internet via their label Graveface’s Last.fm profile. Here they are:
- “Dark Bubbles” – 3:09
- “Born on a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise” – 4:03
- “Iron Lemonade” – 3:29
- “Twin Of Myself” – 3:20
- “The Fields are Breathing” – 3:34
- “American Face Dust” – 3:19
- “Tooth Decay” – 2:02
- “Gold Splatter” – 4:14
- “Untitled Hidden Track” – 8:02
- “The Sticky” – 2:09
- “Bubblegum Animals” – 1:40
- “Smile The Day After Today” – 2:33
I, for one, cannot wait for this album to come out. If you’re like me, and need something to pass the time until this album gets released, I have prepared a special package for you. Two tracks that I have scrounged up on the internet. First one is a live version of the new song “Born on a Day the Sun Didn’t Rise” and the other is a remix of the song “The Fields are Breathing.” Definitely worth picking up for a bit of a sneak peek. You can download it here.
1) “Sit and Wonder” – A spacey opening leads to horns and electronic noise. Ashcroft’s vocals recall Thom Yorke’s earlier productions. Grade: 9.3
2) “Love Is Noise” – Reminds me of Bloc Party except a bit more accessible. This track was definitely the most hyped of them all and for good reason. Grade: 8.9
3) “Rather Be” – Slower, more vocally dominating than the first songs, this song almost has an R&B feel to it. Grade: 8.8 Continue reading
1. “Comfy In Nautica” – A nice little clap along mixed with the ambient and exotic sounds that have made Animal Collective an experimental staple. Grade: 9.5
2. “Take Pills” – The title leads you to believe that this song is a song promoting drug use. Maybe that’s so, but regardless it makes you feel like you’ve taken one too many. This is an ideal song to start the children on. Grade: 9.6
3. “Bros” – As one YouTube commenter put it: “This song is insane while tripping on acid.” When not on acid, it is still quite insane. Add a little Tornadoes and a little Cat Stevens and you’ve got the song’s main riff and a secondary guitar part. That, of course, combined with epic noise elements. Grade: 9.8 Continue reading
History: CYHSY is the brainchild of Lee Sargent, who had aspirations of starting a band in 2004. The band, comprised entirely of Connecticut College alums, officially formed in 2005. They self-released their self-titled album that year. In October of 2005, they signed to Wichita.
Years Active: 2005 to Present
Label: Wichita Recordings Continue reading
These are bands that you should at least attempt to listen to before you hit the dusty trail. If you don’t like them then that is just fine.
- The Decemberists
- Psychedelic Furs
- Sonic Youth
- Sunset Rubdown
- The Raveonettes
- Bloc Party
- Head Automatica
- La Rue Ketanou
- The Bravery Continue reading
This is a series I plan to keep ongoing. Spanning my musical tastes, I hope to merely suggest, and review, exceptional albums. My hope is that even if you are not a fan of the particular genre or style, you very well could still enjoy these albums. When choosing an album, I intend to find albums that transcend, that can reach all people. The blog as a whole is doing an in depth, song by song, series like this with Radiohead’s In Rainbows (which you can expect the next part soon). The first album in the series is Pink Floyd’s classic, Dark Side of the Moon . My thoughts and suggestions after the jump.
These are my favorite bands and artists as of 4/24/08. Every single day, this list changes. In addition to numerically listing them 1-25, I have also put in parenthesis whether their stock is rising, falling, or simply staying put.
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Tagged Animal Collective, Arctic Monkeys, Babyshambles, Beat Happening, Daniel Johnston, Dirty Pretty Things, Editors, Fugazi, Kasabian, Mando Diao, Page France, Peter Bjorn and John, Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Sonic Youth, Stellastarr*, Tapes N' Tapes, The Libertines, The Lovely Feathers, The Pixies, The Strokes, The Veils, The Velvet Underground, The Walkmen, Wolf Parade