For fans of electronic music, one of the most invigorating musicians on the scene right now is Robert DeLong. Though that may be somewhat surprising given that I was saying similar things about him two years ago. But DeLong has proved staying power despite what could have become a show that only drew an audience for its novelty. (His biggest hit so far includes the lyrics “make you fuckin’ dance” and his live performance requires the use of video game controllers.) But, returning with a new album, In the Cards, DeLong is stronger than ever.
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Aragon says of the video, “Diego is a jornalero—a day laborer, struggling to maintain his livelihood. Daily, he navigates between two very different realities: one, the worker, very much on the outskirts of society, unseen, unnoticed; the other, a Mexican-American 20-something, one half of a mixed-race couple trying to sustain their relationship and manage their cultural differences.”
Swedish band the Legends are set to release their fifth album It’s Love on 16 October. As a great little teaser they’ve just put out the new track “The Embrace”, which you can hear below. It might only be two and a half minutes, but the band creates a drop-dead gorgeous R&B slow-burner. If anything, it’s a tantalizing taste of a terrific new record by a band that loves to defy categorization.
Part Low, part Hum, part Spiritualized, Washington, DC’s Polyon create a rich and enthralling brand of fuzzed-out slowcore, and their second EP Blue is slated for a 13 November release on Funny/Not Funny Records. In the meantime, you can hear the phenomenal new track “Reserve” below, which perfectly encapsulates what this promising band is all about.
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