Fans of ’90s alternative rock bands like Sebadoh, Pavement and even Weezer should check out the new single by The Young Love Scene. Hailing from Burlington, VT, TYLS plays a grungy power pop that would have felt right at home on college radio stations in 1994. Slick guitar licks and a driving beat propel thisContinue reading “The Young Love Scene – Honey”
We might not be exactly done with spring yet, but L’Eclair’s bringing the summer heat with нощта. Co-released with Calico Discos, this new EP finds the Swiss band fusing funk with the most vivacious aspects of dub, Latin jazz and psychedelic rock. The end result of this assemblage is enormously fun, energetic and of course, insanelyContinue reading “L’Eclair- нощта”
While the rest of us are in 2020, Kendra Amalie and Ryley Walker are hangin’ in 3020, creating some of the most disorienting records of twisted guitar alchemy that you’ve ever heard. With the release of last year’s Intuition, Amalie proved herself to be not only one of the most fiercely original and versatile axe-wieldersContinue reading “Kendra Amalie & Ryley Walker – Papaya In A Hound’s Tooth”
Listening to Jeffrey Silverstein’s You Become The Mountain feels like you’re laying down on a soft cloud as it floats you through a golden sunrise. The Portland-based musician uses pedal steel, minimalist electric percussion and slick, reverb-soaked guitar to create dreamy soundscapes that are rich with comforting vibes. Occasionally, he mixes in his own vocals and inContinue reading “Jeffrey Silverstein – You Become The Mountain”
The latest in a trilogy of albums, which were all sourced from the same sessions, I Just Wasn’t Made for These Set Times is the Dire Wolves (Just Exactly Perfect Sisters Band) at the top of their game. I have always found that the Dire Wolves were one of the few modern bands that genuinely channeled theContinue reading “Dire Wolves – I Just Wasn’t Made For These Set Times”
Tune in to Dunebuggyradio.com tonight at 8pm EST for the latest episode of The Record Crates United Mixtape. I’ll be spinning tracks by the likes of Endless Boogie, Gene Clark, Primary Mystical Experience and many others. Drift in.
Brooklyn’s Plates of Cake is the best kind a group. The kind that sounds quite different on every song, while still retaining a voice that is uniquely their own. This is most evident on their brand new release, Decline and Fall. From maudlin bedroom pop to Paisley Underground reinventions and the occasional mod-garage banger, this recordContinue reading “Plates of Cake – Decline and Fall”
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Heavy Stars’ Processions is a loose concept album about the journey from birth to death, told through the use of field recording samples, manipulated vocals and a comfortingly chill ambience. Each track on this cassette represents a different stage of life, each of which the artist describes as being a mini-procession (hence the title). StartingContinue reading “Heavy Stars – Processions”
Wet Tuna brings the choogle and the cosmos on their intoxicatingly strong sophomore studio effort, Water Weird. One of the first things that you notice when playing this album is the utter excitement that just exudes from Matt Valentine and Pat Gubler. On every song, you can really sense how much fun these two wereContinue reading “Wet Tuna – Water Weird”