April 2013

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Daughn Gibson – Reach Into The Fire
featuring samples of “An echo from the hosts that profess infinitum” by Shabazz Palaces and “Life on Earth” and “Slow Motion” by Tiny Vipers.

Daughn Gibson – In the Beginning
taken from 2012 debut “All Hell” LP (White Denim)

The former Pearls & Brass drummer, Daughn Gibson will release his first full-length “Me Moan,” due out on July 9th via Sub Pop.  Pre-order with a free limited-edition Daughn Gibson 7″ single ‘Every Night I Fall in Love’ b/w ‘Brandy and Daughn’, HERE.



Daughn Gibson – The Sound Of Law
The first peek into Daughn Gibson’s forthcoming “Me Moan”



Monnone Alone – The Business World

Monnone Alone is Mark Monnone, best known as the bass player and co-songwriter in Australian band The Lucksmiths.  This song ‘The Business World’ is taken from the upcoming Monnone Alone debut full-length “Together At Last,” due out on May 24th via The Lost And Lonesome Recording Co..  The album was recorded at Marlborough Farms, Brooklyn and Sheahan Drive, Melbourne 2010-12. Produced by Gary Olson (The Ladybug Transistor) and Gus Franklin (Architecture in Helsinki, The Smallgoods), and features performances by his friends Kyle Forrester (Crystal Stilts) Linton (The Aislers Set), Hamish Kilgour (The Clean) and Ryan McPhun (Ruby Suns), as well as a duet with Bec Rigby of Melbourne beach party R&B favourites The Harpoons. 


Monnone Alone — The Business World


“Back in Melbourne, Monnone Alone grew to be a band with the introduction of Gus Franklin (Architecture in Helsinki, The Smallgoods) on drums and Connal Parsley (Your Wedding Night, Francis Plagne) on bass. Described by Mess+Noise as “classic indie pop with groggy vocals worthy of Stephen Pastel”, Monnone Alone’s sound has been shaped by the likes of Jonathan Richman, Television Personalities and Flying Nun.”

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Marine flowers – The Biosphere of Coelenterata
マリン・フラワーズー腔腸動物の生活圏ー(東京シネマ新社)
NPO法人科学映像館



The Woolen Men – Hold It Up
off their self-titled LP on Woodsist, animated by Jeffrey Kriksciun

The Woolen Men are the Portland-based “pop – basement – kitchen – punk” trio (Alex Geddes, Lawton Browning and Raf Spielman aka Polyps).




released 01 February 2013



Stream the Woods‘ new track (The Kinks cover) taken from their upcoming single, due out on on July 9th via Woodsist.

“The recording of these songs serves as a farewell to Rear House, Woods’ home, recording studio, creative refuge and beloved shithole for 10 long years. “God’s Children” is a classic Kinks tune from the soundtrack to the 1971 British film “Percy.” “Be All Be Easy,” originally from 2011′s Sun and Shade, was rerecorded to capture the live form that’s taken shape since it’s original release. Both are the first to feature new drummer, Aaron Neveu.” –Woodsist

“Percy” is a 1971 British comedy film, based on a novel of Raymond Hitchcock (father of Robyn Hitchcock), The film was directed by Ralph Thomas starring Hywel Bennett, Denholm Elliott, Elke Sommer and Britt Ekland.



Stream two tracks prepping upcoming Split Single debut full-length album. The songs were written & produced by Jason Narducy in the summer of 2012. Performed by Jason Narducy, Britt Daniel (Spoon, Divine Fits) on bass and Jon Wurster (Superchunk, Mountain Goats, Bob Mould Band) on drums. Mixed by Matt Allison and Jason Narducy.

Split Single is a rock band fronted by Evanston, IL native Jason Narducy. Jason is also a member of the Bob Mould Band. He was formerly in Verbow, Robert Pollard’s solo bands, and Telekinesis.

Split Single Soundcloud, HERE.







Bright Moments feat. Emilie Simon – Ah! Melody (Serge Gainsbourg Cover)

Kelly Pratt, aka Bright Moments recorded a Serge Gainsbourg cover featuring Emilie Simon, a French singer, songwriter and composer of electronic music.

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