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month in review – august

month in review – august

i started out this month in norway and i’ll end it in bozeman, montana en route to my new home in the pacific northwest.  kind of a whirlwind month.  over the past four weeks i’ve digested a fair amount of music in between unpacking, repacking, and panicking about life decisions, but august seems to have been just the calm before the storm that is september and its abundance of releases.  while…

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listen to a new song from mister lies

early in july, nick zanca released “flood you” and “medusa” as mister lies, a pair of tracks that served as teasers for his impending album on orchid tapes.  

listen to a new song from mister lies

early in july, nick zanca released “flood you” and “medusa” as mister lies, a pair of tracks that served as teasers for his impending album on orchid tapes.  

listen to a new song from slow magic

slow magic has been unbelievably consistent this summer, releasing a new track from his upcoming full-length 

listen to a new song from slow magic

slow magic has been unbelievably consistent this summer, releasing a new track from his upcoming full-length 

ex-confusion - flow
out now digitally & on cassette via orchid tapes.

ex-confusion - flow

out now digitally & on cassette via orchid tapes.

kcrw sessions – how to dress well

tom krell returned as how to dress well earlier this summer with ”what is this heart?,” 

happy birthday to one of the greats.

stream and download the new kid trails ep

patrick jeffords routinely finds himself playing bass guitar and looking cool in both toro y moi and painted palms, but over the past few years jeffords has also been sporadically releasing music of his own under the moniker kid trails.  

stream and download the new kid trails ep

patrick jeffords routinely finds himself playing bass guitar and looking cool in both toro y moi and painted palms, but over the past few years jeffords has also been sporadically releasing music of his own under the moniker kid trails.  

listen to a new song from ex-confusion
atsuhito omori records lush, ambient music under the moniker ex-confusion, the kind that cherry-picks specific emotions and at times sounds downright cinematic.  

listen to a new song from ex-confusion

atsuhito omori records lush, ambient music under the moniker ex-confusion, the kind that cherry-picks specific emotions and at times sounds downright cinematic.  

watch the music video for the war on drugs’ “under the pressure”

lost in the dream may very well be one of this year’s finest releases, and its opening number, “under the pressure,” sets the tone.