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…melody-driven and mesmerizing , for Cinemascope psychedelic pop !

“Out of Paris comes Tara King th.’s second release on Moon Glyph, Hirondelle et Beretta. Composed as a soundtrack to their own photographic series, Tara King th. have extended their baroque psychedelic pop sound with the lounge-cool of a spy film.” — Moon Glyph

from Moon Glyph

Tara King th. – Hirondelle et Beretta

Buffalo Moon – Low Tide Moon

‘Low Tide Moon’ is taken from Buffalo Moon‘s upcoming 7″ ‘Black Magic’ b/w ‘Low Tide Moon’ out on September 10th, pre-order is available now on Moon Glyph.

Buffalo Moon – Pool Side Dreaming

taken from the cassette “Wetsuit” (Moon Glyph), also via iTunes and CD from the band.

Minneapolis based five-piece band Buffalo Moon consists of Preston Holm, Karen Freire, Joel Schmitz, Johnny Wetzler, Sarah Darnell.

Buffalo Moon – Pool Side Dreaming

‘Pool Side Dreaming’ is taken from Buffalo Moon‘s full length cassette “Wetsuit” via Minneapolis label Moon Glyph (Sold Out now), also via iTunes and CD from the band.

With four of its five members hailing from South Dakota, the bossanova/light psych sound made by the Buffalo Moon would be one wicked curveball even in this epoch of transculturalism. But when you discover that their guitarist/harpist/main vocalist, Karen Freire is originally from Ecuador, their superbly titled Wetsuit begins to make sense. That is not to say that the record isn’t without its curveballs. You wouldn’t find track names such as “Iowa’s Got A New Strip Club” and “Money, Pussy, Weed” on an Astrud Gilberto album nor would expect such adept levels of musicianship, but its there in strokes. Wetsuit is in turns beachy and cosmopolitan, slyly experimental and a lot of fun.     (Moon Glyph)