Here it is, your Friday afternoon track of the day by Young Piff & Sandor. Young Piff & Sandor on: SoundCloud // Ziad Ramley Related posts: Soft Served: Tanner Caldwell, Snakehips, Interiors, Young Piff & Sandor, Noms [SS9] Festival Girlfriend - Blue Eyes Young N Based: Alex Young
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Purity Ring, Washed Out, Teen Daze, Flume Song: Blue Foundation - Lost (Sun Glitters Remix) [download here ] What's so good? [...]
Happy Valentine's Everyone! Today is the day to spend time with the love of your life, whether that means going on an a beautiful date, or enjoying the warmth of your xbox controller, there is no reason why you should spend the day in silence. Here are some of favorite dubstep/electronic tracks of a few months back, as well as an intimate indie playlist from our already popular " Indie For Lovers " post. Enjoy! Electronic/Dubstep [...]
My hootin' and hollerin' got me nowhere last week. Like a limp noodle, my Broncos are out of action till the pre-season. I thought long and hard about who I wanted to succeed at winning the AFC and have come to the conclusion, why not the Ravens? I despise the Patriots and the sense of entitlement of all things Patriots. My other team, the Seahawks, gave it their all and in the end, their last gasp wasn't enough. The 49ers are proving that the move to the versatile Kapernick is no gimmick and you kind of have [...]
First and foremost, today’s tongue-twister is Blue Foundation’s remix of Apparatjik’s track “Datascorller”. This remix kicked off our always free and always legal list of MP3s just right this ...
Fresh off the press from the NY resident David Berrie, better known as dBerrie, this cut has elements of like a Qulinez-eque chainsaw, heavy progressive drop as we have seen so often (although this one has a unique tear to it), and subtle piano lead that sets the tone from the beginning. Add the dreamy vocals of Blue Foundation and you have what I like to call these days, well actually since I started posting, a dance floor juggernaut. As I've not in previous dBerrie posts dating way back to 2010, this cat got started on the celeb-DJ [...]
Robert Bork tried out that argument in 1971, in defense of prosecuting such victimless crimes as drug abuse, writing in the Indiana Law Journal that “knowledge that an activity is taking place is a harm to those who find it profoundly immoral.” It’s as bad an argument now as it was then. We may not like it that other people are doing things we revile—smoking pot, enjoying pornography, making gay love, or carrying a gun—but if we aren’t adversely affected by it, the Constitution and common decency argue for leaving it alone. My friend may feel [...]
dBerrie just dropped his first release of 2013, a cool remix of "Describe" a track by an indie band based out of NY called Blue Foundation. I like the remix, it takes an indie sound and transports it into more of a big room electro track. Stay tuned, dBerrie promises more music very soon. Download: [...]
Best of the Rest is a daily feature from Dancing Astronaut that recaps the most important posts of the day as well as the stuff we didn’t get to. With the rapidity that dance music news and releases come out it’s difficult for us to hit everything — we hope BOTR serves as a catch-all. Make sure to check it out at the end of each day to ensure you don’t miss anything! DA POSTS YOU CAN'T MISS 1. Ultra Music Festival [...]
Zeds Dead have a way of crafting heavy dubstep tunes that retain an undeniable charm. Their newest release is direct evidence of this, as DC and Hooks take on Marina and the Diamonds' "Lies." In classic Zeds Dead fashion, the remix opens up with piano bars wrapped in copious reverb. As the production picks up, Zeds Dead unleash their signature wailing bass. Rolling hi-hats throughout the track tease trap influence, but the track remains as dubstep-oriented as ever. In the same manner as their remixes of " Eyes on Fire " and " Wild Heart ," Zeds Dead adeptly balance an [...]
This was my third year in a row attending the crazy ass Zoo! I was astounded to see how packed the place was; attendance this year hit 110,000 for the three days combined, which is about 30,000 more than last year. Amazing. The neon was still very much running rampant (but not on me, I promise) as well as a few fairies here and there. The event had four stages continuously blasting with sound and the LED displays were INSANE this year! Some tents boasted custom-made 3-D LED displays and mirrors to shower the dancing attendees with [...]
Blue Foundation's latest LP seems to be more commercially driven than heartfelt. Blue Foundation rose to prominence by virtue of song placements in TV shows like The OC, So You Think You Can Dance, and CSI: Miami as well as films -- most notably, the Twilight series. Looking at that list alone, their commercial appeal should be obvious instantaneously, but it also suggests that they still leave some hoping for traces of genuine heart. Those traces do exist and when they emerge, they're the record's most achingly...
Co-written by Maxwell 'Silver' Hammer The Memorial Day weekend traditionally symbolizes the kick-off of summer for tens of millions in the U.S., even though summer doesn't technically begin until June. Unless you live in place where summer is especially hot and crude, the arrival of summer is a celebratory time of year. And part of [...] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe
There are some albums that you can tell are going to take you on an adventure as soon as the play button is hit. One of the best things about hearing a new album is that everything is completely new during that moment. Excitement grows with every track and then ...
A Quick Word from the Author: Before we begin, let's make one thing clear: There is no way anyone can be as excited as I am to have the The Indie Sabbath back -- a motion that is long overdue. It's been just over a year since I debuted the Sabbath last May to an overwhelming response from hundreds of Indie fans emerging from the wet works. Over time, the Sabbath hit some speed bumps before eventually stalling out completely. Excuses need not be made, myself and the rest of EARMILK are just thrilled [...]
A chorus of strong female voices top this week's list of new releases, none more promising than that of young London-via-Ontario singer-songwriter Al Spx, a.k.a. Cold Specks , whose head turning debut, as our Music Director, Don Yates, describes, is "a powerful, emotionally moving set of gospel-steeped folk-pop with a dark, hushed sound featuring muted guitars and solemn piano along with occasional strings, horns and choral backing singers accompanying her velvety, deeply soulful vocals and spiritually brooding lyrics." Singer/actress Aleksa Palladino ramps up the intensity with her Devon Church, as Brooklyn duo Exitmusic makes good on the [...]
To celebrate today’s crop of releases, here are new mp3s from Like Pioneers, Blue Foundation, Kaia Wilson, Still Flyin', Rec Center, Dubious Ranger and Dope Body. Also, vote for your favorite of today’s new releases.
We've been all over the Scandinavian artists that have graces our inbox lately, but we'll avoid it this week as it all pertains to death metal, so instead we have some much more pertinent stuff, mainly Exitmusic, Torches and Blue Foundation. In a decided wind-torn, shoegaze rock, Exitmusic 's Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church arrive on the scene with Passage . Palladino's voice quivers with a damaged macabre that Anna-Lynne Williams (Trespassers William) perfected with a get-on-with-it style like Matt Berninger (The National). Passage should show up on year-end lists for all it has. If some [...]
With their fifth release to date, Blue Foundation has created something beautiful and given us a lush electronic gem. Move over M83.