Wednesday, April 24, 2013

3 Songs: On Repeat

Cowboy Indian Bear – “Does Anybody See You Out?” (The Lawrence, Kansas indie rock band has crafted a genre-defiant sound that blends together slick electronic-tinged pop and haunting yet melodic guitar-led rock with male/female vocals on their excellent sophomore album, Live Old, Die Young released this week through The Record Machine.  The first single stands out with it shuffling, effervescent rhythm, liquid guitar lines and sinister yet catchy chorus.)  

Sad Baby Wolf – “Survival Guide” (The project of former Shins members Marty Crandall and guitarist Neal Langford released Electric Sounds, their highly-anticipated debut album earlier this month digitally and on purple swirl vinyl that is limited to only 300.  While their sound is built upon Marty’s trademark keyboards and vocals, the band deals out some pretty impressive dream-pop with fuzzed-out guitars and quirky melodies that are as hot and hazy as the Albuquerque sun.)    

Club Girls – “I Can Do A Lot” (Club Girls is the new experimental electro-pop project of Brooklyn songwriter Christen Cappello in the vein of Purity Ring and Sleigh Bells.  She recently released her insanely catchy debut single which features an insistent danceable beat, chirping gauze-wrapped electronics and some blissfully sweet vocals for a very promising debut.)


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