Monday, 2 March 2009

You Leave Me No Choice But To Plot My Revenge – Fave Tunes Jan/Feb 2009

Half Full Glass Of Wine – Tame Impala Twangling geetars ‘n’ head banging in the desert heat

Gentle Sons - The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart Cavernous drums, feedback wailing perfectly. Turn it up!

Kicking Around – Superimposers Like sailing gently out to sea, sun glitter dancing on the waves

Summertime Clothes - Animal Collective Sounds squidgy and sweaty like a sweltering summer night

Path Through The Forest – Factory Chocolate Soup humming with electricity

Up Against The Wall – The Young Sinclairs Pretty much everything this band does is swirlingly wonderful, but this is especially dreamy

Jervington Jig – Wyrdstone Soothing, circling Watch With Mother folkiness

Pregnancy Scene - Shrag Poptastic droning undertow gets blitzkrieged with agitated SHOUTING

Young Adult Friction - The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart What if My Bloody Valentine had gone to a nice college instead of living in a Kentish Town squat with broken bannisters? Nice to hear a shout-out to microfiche in a pop song, too

When Tomorrow Hits – Spectrum Excellent fun to sing in an especially doomy voice whilst washing up

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