<sup>free download:</sup> "Washed Ashore" by Edward Deer

For those who adore the loop pedal stylings of Andrew Bird and Owen Pallett/Final Fantasy, consider Edward Deer as your next assignment. He’s in the “rising star” phase of his career in Sydney,...


<sup>free download:</sup> "Gramophone Lullaby," by Voder

Seems we missed a significant compilation from Future Sequence. Some order cialis big names here -- Damian Valles, Anna Rose Carter, Wil Bolton, and more -- but a tweet from Paul Nadin tipped us off,...


A love letter from Ruarri Joseph

We have an influx of tender, thoughtful music coming through the submissions box these days and each seems to serve a different purpose. Some cialis online are excellent companions when you're an emotional wreck....


<sup>one-sheet week:</sup> "Kingdom," by Volcanoes

One-Sheet Week continues: --- Check out Volcanoes latest electric eruption Kingdom, their newest single from the album Heavy Hands. St. Louis' buzz band, Volcanoes have changed the playing field of self-recording. Their hardhitting noise rock album Heavy...


<sup>one-sheet week:</sup> <em>Hey Hey Safety Man</em>, by Hectorina

One-Sheet Week continues with an email from Hectorina: -- We're a 6 month old psychedelic math garage band from Charlotte NC and we've just released our first 3 song EP entitled "Hey Hey Safety Man" online for...

"Tiny Circle" by Wolf People

by Fred
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You know what I just realized? All of these sixties throwback societies have perpetuated a terrible and silent oversight: flouting the flute. Rest assured that Wolf People will rectify this decades-long dereliction. Pastel vocals, psilocybin harmonies, dry staccato guitar and wiley, smiley drum-drum — all combined! — can hardly conjure the Summer of Love like the capricious flute. Ian Anderson? We miss you, man. Apparently someone else does, too. Be held:

This is “Tiny Circle,” from the forthcoming Steeple, by Wolf People. Expect it some time in October. That is to say: the October of Love.


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