The Baldwin Brothers, Bing Ji Ling, So Percussion...

by PopMatters Staff

20 October 2006

 


The Baldwin Brothers
Return of the Golden Rhodes [TVT Records]

“While Chicago’s Baldwin Brothers readily admit their love of the Flaming Lips, the Avalanches, 60s jazz, Kraftwerk and house music, their new album is hardly just a pastiche of their influences. Most importantly, the Baldwins bring the groove.”—TVT Records

Download “Leave the Past Behind” (MP3, 192kbps)
Download “The Party’s Over” (MP3, 192kbps)


Bing Ji Ling
Fire & Ice Cream [Kreme Kul Records]
Download “Forever” (MP3, 192kbps)
Download “What Went Wrong” (MP3, 192kbps)
Download “Can’t We Be Friends” (MP3, 192kbps)

“Equal parts Prince, Steve Wonder and Sly Stone, San Francisco’s favorite ice cream man churns out 11 servings of the smoothest white-boy funk and soul.”—Kreme Kul Records

Buy at iTunes Music Store


So Percussion
Amid The Noise [Cantaloupe Music]

“Four Tet and Tortoise meet Aphex Twin and Brian Eno in So Percussion’s breakout indie-electronica project, “Amid the Noise.” To be released alongside So Percussion’s national tour with (Bjork collaborators) Matmos this October, and represented by the publicist of Sufjan Stevens and Sigur Ros, this disc pushes So Percussion into the limelight as a one-of-a kind band of 4 drummers.”—Cantaloupe Music

Download “Work Slow Life” (MP3, 192kbps)
Buy at iTunes Music Store

Simon Dawes
Salute the Institution [MP3]

Cibelle
Phoenix [MP3]

Cut Copy
Going Nowhere (Whitey Remix) [MP3]

 

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