soundlounge-jukebox:

Timber Timbre - Hot Dreams

Canada’s Timber Timbre serve up smoky, vintage wild Western music that sounds like something out of a Tarrentino flick. 

Their new track Hot Dreams (also the name of their up-coming album) has all the deep guitar twangs and vocal microphone slap-backs that make the track sound more like a classic Elvis track than something produced in the digital age.

It is this nostalgia that makes the track special, the cinematic nature of their music and deeply introspective lyricism.

The video is equally sleek and sleazy, dragging the viewer into the pits of a Texan strip-joint that could been thrown straight off of the silver screen.

soundlounge-jukebox:

Damon Albarn – Everyday Robots

Damon Albarn has finally unleashed the first of a series of post-Gorillaz solo works, Everyday Robots, a melancholic masterpiece that confronts societies over-dependence on technology.

His pensive vocals sit atop a marching electronic beat and score of classic instrumentation, in truth, creating a sound that is incredibly similar to the last Gorillaz release.

Fever - The Black Keys

New album comes out May 13th!

So good

pitchfork:

CHVRCHES have pretty great taste in covers—after taking on tracks by Janelle Monae, Arctic Monkeys, and Whitney Houston, they tackle Lorde’s “Team”.

Chvrches - Do I Wanna Know? (Arctic Monkeys cover)

Broken Bells w/Ringo Star - And I Love Her

Part of Letterman’s week of Beatles covers. 

midcenturymodernfreak:

I’m New Here" | Gil Scott-Heron (2010)

(via ickychick)

nedhepburn:

Daft Punk feat. Julian Casablancas
Instant Crush

filtermagazine:

It’s like a super hip and sad version of that scene in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

flamgirlant:

Lou Reed - “Growing Up In Public”

Current favorite Lou Reed song.