Sunday Ramblings & Considerations: 08.19.12

In this edition:
With the summer almost out of reach, we hit you over the head with songs to round out your end-of-summer playlist. Tracks from Another, Big Wave, Dan Croll, Com Truise, Velma Grove, and Work Drugs. Don’t forget to check out our latest Blogophilia mix (vol. 38, out today) for more tracks.

Another – “Maika” (mp3)
Dreamy, yearning track that asks the age old question plaguing many men, “What did I do wrong?” Get Another’s album free on Bandcamp.

Big Wave – “Dying on the Vine”
from Art is Hard Records Pizza Box Collection
“Dying on the Vine” is anything but that with heart popping, amp blasting rock-n-roll that’s guaranteed to get your attention.

Com Truise – “Open”
from In Decay
out now on Ghostly International
The chillwave master doesn’t disappoint. His trademark ambience and smart transitions are all over this one.

Dan Croll – “From Nowhere”
debut single
out digitally and on 7″ Sep. 17
No free download with this, but I suggest you go get this from your favorite music distributor when it drops. I mean, that is, if you’re serious about that end-of-summer mix.

Foreign Friends – “Losing Game” (ft. Jess Rees)
from Measurements EP
out now on Bandcamp (free download)
Seattle-based synth pop act has the multi-timbral sound in full effect. A dark and delicious EP, and it’s FREE!!!

Velma Grove – “Head For Heart”
from Head for Heart EP
out now on Bandcamp (name your price)
Melbourne (AU) band led by Max Roberts feature exceptional harmonies accented by alluring acoustic instruments.

Work Drugs – “Boogie Lights”
from Absolute Bearing
out now on Bobby Cahn Records
Get out your favorite drink, fire up the barbeque, and add this to your end of summer mix. Super chill and rates high on the repeat listen scale.



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