We finish the July series of podcasts with another selection of fresh new grooves. Relish the acoustic loveliness of Picardy III & Jesse Woods, trip to the strangeness of Pinkunoizu & Che Ga Zebra, drink to the blue madness of Drenge and Old Baby and groove to Vuvuvultures & Psychic Twin.
Oh, and give Eric & Magill a big warm hug.
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Picardy III:The Preacher has spoken, listen to his gospel!
Kill the Captains:Dancey, infectious and self-reflective.
Vasco de Gama:Deranged scribbling from Aztlán, with a loud disposition to boot!
The City and Horses:They have the secret to time travel to New York, 1976, and also provide the soundtrack!
The Dodos:Legends, now nesting at Polyvinyl. Match made in Heaven.
Aestrid:Dreamy and warm. Lekker!
Dead Leaf Echo:Dreamy shoegaze from New York City,. Gorgeous stuff.
Eric & Magill:Proof positive that good relationships don’t know the word distance. Fantastic dream pop.
Psychic Twin:The sound of a thousand dreams, boondoggled to your heart.
Vuvuvultures:Dark, gothic electronic ambients from the 80s, resurfacing upgraded today.
Pinkunoizu:I have no idea what they play, but I love it.
Porches:Meditative and almost pastoral. Slocore is still alive (and kicking slowly).
Bell X1:Simply handsome music to let a Friday afternoon idle by.
PiNS:Take the scene by storm, one note at a time (mit reverb).
Che Ga Zebra:A loud duo tha mix math and jazz rock to create harmonious cacophonies.
Drenge:The siblings that escaped Castleton and jazz rocked the UK.
Old Baby:Years in the making, wait every single goddamned second. Filthy rock.
Jesse Woods:Lo fi, bathed in the golden hues of memories.
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