Great hook and a great sound on Pure Bathing Culture’s latest track “Pray for Rain”. Off the album of the same name which comes out on October 23 on Partisan Records.
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Enjoy the southern-California electronic duo of High Tides. The band has taken a good turn, signing to TOBACCO’s label Rad Cult and embracing a hybrid of darker LA-noir sounds with song structures similar to someone like Washed Out. Grab the self-titled album on July 31.
Jul 17th, 2015 : Tags: full moon fest, giveaway, mothxr, new york, NYC, oliver nelson, pillowtalk, soul clap, tensnake, wolf + lamb, yelle
Newdust is excited to preview and hype up the oh-so-fun and cool Full Moon Fest in NYC. The festival is happening on August 1, at the Brooklyn Mirage in East Williamsburg. The venue is apparently decked out with tropical vibes that will undoubtedly make a good set for the summer festival. We are giving away two tickets to the show, so tweet @newdust or comment below to win. In the meantime, listen up to all the bands below and grab your tix HERE.
This past Sunday was my birthday – so naturally I went to a record store to celebrate (Dallas’ own Good Records if you’re curious). Over the speakers was “Keep Score” by Stardeath and White Dwarfs from their 2009 The Birth. How I managed to live the last 6 years without this record anywhere on my radar is a complete mystery. Stardeath blends 70s-fuzz and mellowed-out space rock from one track to the next in a way that almost seems effortless, making this record a must-have for your ever-expanding collection of psych-rock. And if the band sounds familiar, you might not be surprised to learn that the frontman has an uncle named Wayne Coyne (aka the frontman of The Flaming Lips). Be sure to also check out Stardeath’s even more psychedelic sophomore, Wastoid, out last year on Federal Prism records.
Emancipator is one of my new favorite producers. I’m a big sucker for ambient downtempo that incorporates stringed instruments into their arrangements. Really beautiful stuff. They just released a remix album of their 2013 release Dusk To Dawn, and I wanted to share a few of my favorites. I had to share the originals, too, for those of you who haven’t heard any of their stuff yet. Here are the tracks “Valhalla” & “Eve II” along with re-imaginings by NKLA & ODESZA.
Yasume | Slowly, Clearly, and Calmly
Geskia | Constract Contrast