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by Imran Khan

21 Jul 2015


Still from "I Drink Coffee" video

MNSR Frites spends much of his time as part of the British collectives Granville Sessions and Moose Funk Squad. But he’s also been working away at a collection of solo material, some of which appears on his debut album, The River Wandle.

by Adrien Begrand

21 Jul 2015


Born in Miami, raised in Buenos Aires, and now based in New York City, Alejandro Meola first made a name for himself with four Spanish-language releases. Now with a broader audience in his sights he’s just released First Impressions, his debut English-language release. Backed by his band Robinsones, Meola’s introspective character sketches are given a well-rounded sound that melds, blues, rock, and even reggae. Stream First Impressions in its entirety below.

by Adrien Begrand

21 Jul 2015


Brooklyn weirdos Harvey Eyeballs usually play the kind of tunes that could qualify as outsider music, but in their best work lies a deceivingly smart musical sensibility. Take “Hopeless Breakup Song” from their forthcoming album Whole ‘Nuther Record, for instance. At first it sounds like they’re taking the piss out of early ‘60s pop, but the more the raggedy track goes on, the more you begin to sense a little soul, a little grace reminiscent of Lambchop in their prime. It’s a good little tearjerker, and should be enough to compel you to investigate this enigmatic band further.

by PopMatters Staff

20 Jul 2015


That stunning musicality is on full display during Porcelain Raft’s live performance at KEXP on July 7th. The radio station has just today released the full performance video, which includes, as always, insightful interview segments.

by PopMatters Staff

20 Jul 2015


“Warriors” is anthemic, catchy tune that should help up Ruckazoid‘s profile and it’s another feather in the cap of Hudson Mohawke. Meanwhile, the video is strikingly artistic, filmed in a square with primarily black and white flashing images that every so often segue to color.

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"This film feels like a template for subsequent multi-character airplane-disaster and crash projects, all the way down to Lost.

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