LoOmis is a blend of math rock and psychedelic electronic music that’s so lo-fi and hazy, you get swept up in it all. Released earlier this year, Melt Away is an album that fuses beats and simple guitars into something extremely listenable. Check out his eerie vid for the song, “I Cast A Spell,” and nab the track below.
Download the entire album for pay what you want at his bandcamp page. Be sure to right-click and enjoy.
Infused with slow churning psychedelic guitars and armed with hushed and c
almed female vocals, Coke Weed escape the realm of today’s overly produced song. Hailing from Maine, this 5 piece takes us back to a classic era and has absolutely no qualms about it.
I love the simple guitar lines and forthright questions in their first single “Magpie,” off their upcoming release, Nice Dreams. If you can’t wait til that fine album drops then be sure to head over to their main site and grab COKE WEED VOLUME ONE. Hi-fi loving it.
Right-click and enjoy.
I love when bedroom-DIY projects just blow up. Simply a couple of years ago in California, Justin Vallesteros started tinkering with layering synths and guitar lines that would eventually lay down the entire foundation for his group, Craft Spells.
Now, after the power of the internet and music blogs, Craft Spells has emerged from a solo mission to one with four stable members. Steadily making a name for himself, Justin harnesses an ethereal lo-fi sound that lightly glazes the surface of outstanding, tight dream-pop. “Party Talk” stands as a C.S. original; a stepping stone and a careful look back in the history of the band’s growth while “Beauty Above All” and “After The Moment” are products of their debut album, Idle Labor, that was released earlier this year.
Watch below as Craft Spells recently join together with Room 205 for a fantastic video to “Party Talk.”
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I know what you’re saying..another guy who thinks he’s a mash-up master. You should know me better then that though, I won’t disappoint.
This type of music is something that has a hard time keeping my attention. Believe it or not, there’s actually a bit too much going on in these type of songs for me to really want to wrap my head around it. But man, this guy is crafty. He can create entire songs, not just ultra-hyper songs that switch samples faster then you can even recognize them.
He’s got some skill…go ahead check out his debut, Shit Computer. If you’re into anything from the mash-up genre you will dig this guy, especially if you love yourself some Notorious.
BONUS: Just because I’m feeling pretty generous today I’m going to throw you 3 more songs for your weekend that I’ve been all about this morning.