Category Archives: Vinyl

[mp3] Toro Y Moi // Dead Pontoon

Chaz Bundick, better known to music fans as Toro Y Moi, is best known for his funky atmospheric cuts. But before he went in that direction, Bundick was busy making lo-fi bedroom type pop, more in the Ariel Pink vein, which would have been a crowded field had he decided to say in it. Instead,… Continue Reading

[mp3] Gracie // Tryck R Treat

Philadelphia’s burgeoning music scene is home to all manner of genres, and, despite its location in the mid-Atlantic, it’s also produced Gracie (also known by his given name, Andrew Balasia) – a synth-heavy, tropical feeling act that sounds like he belongs somewhere in the Caribbean plying his craft rather than in the City of Brotherly… Continue Reading

[mp3] Cheerleader // Do What You Want

We talked about Cheerleader last July, when they sent along their two-song single; I played “New Daze,” the single’s “A-side” (since it’s digital, there’s no real sides) a lot, and it’s now found a home on wax through the fine folks at Turntable Kitchen, who have made it a part of their most recent Pairings… Continue Reading

[mp3] Gauntlet Hair // My Christ

Denver’s Gauntlet Hair have inserted themselves back into my consciousness with the impending release of a new 7″. (They’re really not ever too far from it, however, with my ever-burning need to hear “I Was Thinking…” at least once per week.) Culled from their self-titled debut from last year, “My Christ” is the third single… Continue Reading

[video] Old Tapes // Queen

Here’s the bee-utiful video for Old Tapes’ “Queen” from their debut EP, This Is Good-bye, which was released in October of last year. Oh, and if you weren’t aware, we helped with pressing a couple of songs on the EP to 7″ vinyl, which you can still get if you click on that annoying red… Continue Reading