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Freshies: I Was A Boy- El Perro Del Mar
After three years of creative refinement, Swedish babe El Perro del Mar (The Sea Dog) dropped her 5th studio album Pale Fire back in November – and its her best album to date. Her latest single, “I Was A Boy” serenades you with her peacefully soft voice and subtle dance beats that aren’t overly electronic. If you haven’t heard her stuff yet, think Cat Power meets Beach House and JJ.
Currently Obsessed With: Wild Nothing
Wild Nothing’s synthy dream-pop sounds on their latest album, “Nocturne” are currently on par with bands like Yeasayer, Tennis, and Chromatics. Often evoking that starry-eyed feeling of nostalgic tunes like, “This Chain Won’t Break” and “Shadow” are befitting for our longing for summer.
Watch Out For: Flume
Electronic musician and producer, Flume has been garnering much deserved attention this year for his R&B dance-influenced music. With tracks like, “Holdin On” & “Sleepless” feat. Jezzball Doran he’s creating music that you can both dance or just chill out to.
Video of the Week: Max Can’t Surf II: The Zuk Trip - FIDLAR
First of all- hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.
Ok, ok now that we’ve got that out of our system…Skate-punk band FIDLAR takes you on a trip in their latest video, literally. Via saucer-like surfboards garnished with Christmas lights, the boys space cruise from their home base in LA, to SF to Egypt, and even to the moon. The moon man, THE MOON. You’ll seeing flying pizza’s, cosmic aura’s, and exploding planets in this little gem of music cinema. We met up with these guys the other night in Zurich following their sold out show and were pleasantly surprised that they were as awesome in real life as they are in their video, “Max Can’t Surf II: The Zuk Trip.” Space out and enjoy.