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Painted Palms

Painted Palms

Painted Palms
Here It Comes” and “Spinning Signs

from Forever
out 14 January 2014 on Polyvinyl
The San Francisco based duo of cousins  release their first full-length album TODAY after releasing two ear popping EPs. The synth pop outfit has reappeared with stronger songwriting and an even catchier melodies.

“Here It Comes”

“Spinning Signs”

Real Estate – “Talking Backwards”
from Atlas
out 4 March 2014
Dreamy, wistful tune that screams, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” LOVE!

Fat White Family – “Touch the Leather
from Touch the Leather 7″
out 3 March 2014 on Hate Hate Hate Records
The psychopunks dive deep into surf rock territory on “Touch the Leather”: a plaintive offering that grinds and grooves.

Eternal Summers – “Gouge”
from The Drop Beneath
out 4 March 2014
The three piece outfit from Roanoke drop their fourth full-length album in March. Nicole Yun cooly croons over airy and sometimes jangly guitars. “Gouge” demonstrates that noise pop can sometimes make easy listening cool.

Warpaint – “Biggy
from Warpaint
out 20 January 2014
The Los Angeles-based, all female quartet’s long anticipated second release can be streamed at NPR this week.

Container – “Slush
from Adhesive
out 2o January 2014
The Providence-based noise-dance producer, Ren Schofield, drops a biting single to preview his new EP.

Passenger Peru – “More Than This [free download]
from Passenger Peru
out 28 January 2014 on Fleeting Youth Records
A shoegaze-inspired cover of the classic Roxy Music tune from 1982.

Quilt
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“Saturday Bride” and “Eye of the Pearl” via
from Held In Splendor
out 28 January 2014
Premium psych-folk from Boston, both stand out tracks from their second LP available through NPR’s World Cafe Next. “Eye of the Pearl” is a marvelous, rollicking piece. GOT TO GET THIS!
Download here


Cheers…

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