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Archive for August, 2011
Posted on 24 August, 2011 | 1 CommentA couple of weeks ago, we introduced you to the title cut from Brittany Bosco's new conceptual EP, a wonderfully lush and ethereal piece of ambient dream pop...
Posted on 23 August, 2011 | No CommentsBefore we get to Timothy Flu, let's talk about the production on this joint, because DJ Burn One is killing it here...
Posted on 23 August, 2011 | No CommentsBlow up that big psych bubble, girl. Fill it with clouds, sparkling lights, red roses and dinner forks. Let it burst upon a man's face...
Posted on 22 August, 2011 | No CommentsWith such a wealth of local bands performing for Nophest 2011, there is no shortage of excellent shows this week...
Posted on 19 August, 2011 | 1 CommentGoddamn, this just made my day. An official video for the opening cut from Methuzulah’s ill 2010 joint, Kemetic Aha?...
Posted on 19 August, 2011 | 1 CommentSince its inception five years ago, Nophest has been one of Atlanta’s best local music festivals, focusing its attention on the city’s many up-and-coming acts...
Posted on 18 August, 2011 | 1 Comment Fuck, yo. I’m not even going to try and hype this. This joint is too hot to waste words...
Posted on 18 August, 2011 | No CommentsSomehow this works. Heavy industrial, ambient drone, hip-hop, trance, flashes of metal. As genres, they’re not entirely disparate, but the...
Posted on 17 August, 2011 | 1 CommentThe danger of constructing songs from such history-specific genres such as vaudeville and old time saloon music is the possibility...
Posted on 16 August, 2011 | No CommentsSeriously, guys, what’s up with the band name? Faun and a Pan Flute? That’s some straight Renaissance fair type shit...