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by John Bergstrom

22 Jun 2011


Linsdey Buckingham, the Fleetwood Mac leader and guitar virtuoso, has been downright prolific this decade. After managing three solo albums between 1981 and 1992, he’s just announced his third since 2006. Seeds We Sow will be released September 6. It will be the first Buckingham album not to be released through Warner Brothers. Instead, Buckingham is doing it all himself.

On his official website, Buckingham says, “[Seeds We Sow] might be the best work I’ve ever done. I think it’s an excellent representation of what I do…This is very much from the inside out and I hope I never stop doing that.” Judging by this live version of first single “In Our Own Time”, Buckingham may have more than cliches up his sleeve. The song starts at 1:40.

Buckingham has also announced a 31-city North American tour, which begins in September. Here are the dates.

by William Carl Ferleman

22 Jun 2011


A few years ago I had the misfortune of witnessing Kevin Costner’s band perform. But the experience wasn’t all for naught. Coy opener Lindi Ortega, who played about five songs, stole the show. She plays goth-pop or alt-country material mainly, and her new album is entitled Little Red Boots. Her video for “Little Lie” is most remarkable, as is her bedroom cover of Janis Joplin’s classic, “Mercedes Benz”.

 

by Allison Taich

22 Jun 2011


Psych-folk rockers Yellowbirds released a new music video for their third single “The Reason”. Directed and animated by Yellowbirds front man Sam Cohen, the video employs stop motion collage animation, featuring 10 years worth of notebook drawings and sketches by illustrator Michael Arthur. “The Reason” is off the band’s February 2011 release The Color.

by Timothy Gabriele

22 Jun 2011


Another slice of Retromania at its finest, Com Truise‘s latest is an ode to the digital emulation synth that purists would argue “ruined electronic music”, or at least killed analogue off for a brief period until it was written back into continuity like a beloved superhero character. Oddly enough, I’m reminded of the all-analogue DMX Krew in this cut’s delectably gooey synth cheese factor. The video’s not your standard copy and paste Youtube pillage project. It looks like it was carefully choreographed to create some stunning recombinant neon psychedelic eye candy. Their debut album Galactic Melt on Ghostly International is available to download now.

by Timothy Gabriele

21 Jun 2011


Kangding Ray have always made intricate lapidary electronic slices. Their latest album OR is no exception, as evidenced by this video of their title track. The narrative of the piece is slow, giving the listening ample time to immerse themselves in the textures and detailing of the song, including a keyboard line by the similarly poetic Ben Frost. A man dangles idly in space in the video, that’s pretty much it. Yet, watching the video as filmed in ultra slow-mo HD shows that that’s actually far from all. Likewise, Kangding Ray sound pretty simple in print, but listening to them closely shows that this is hardly the case.

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