20 Jun

Brasstronaut – Hawk

So I'm getting back in to the swing of things and have a bit more time to check some music out and post too. I'm way behind in terms of putting up stuff I'm listening to on the way to work. The list of tracks on my Spotify playlist is getting longer and longer, far longer than my commute. Schools in Malta are starting to shut down for the summer so traffic is getting better....

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13 Jun

Ceiling Demons – March Forward

I haven't posted for a while. Things have been a bit manic. And this means that it has taken a while to getting round to post up todays track. I told Aapie a while ago i would like to and then promptly went AWOL.   Anyway, as Moloko once said, the time is now and its a truly lovely track from one of the bands we have probably covered the most on this blog, Ceiling...

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07 Apr

Talking Heads – This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)

When I decided to do todays post I had to check back through the archives because i just couldn't believe neither of us had blogged it at any point. Yes, it's a chestnut, but for good reason as it might just be one of the best songs ever written (actually no might about it – it is). It's certainly a point where Fourbearsjr and myself's musical taste really first converged, as kids we both listened to...

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23 Mar

Netsiah – Two Lives

In the uk at the moment, arrived yesterday as the sad event was taking place in London. This morning I travelled to work on the tube from my dad's and while people were going about their business as normal there was a sadness in the air. I plugged in my headphones and turned on some tunes to cheer me up.   On came today's track, a track we were sent and I have been playing a fair...

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17 Mar

Voluntary Butler Scheme – Trading Things In.

I thought I would end the week with a bit of fun and maybe try to give you a song that will be stuck in your head for the weekend and beyond.   I'm sure I have mentioned before that I am a sucker for the 2 minute or so pop/indie song and tonight's track just about makes it in at 2.33. But it certainly passes the catchy as hell criteria. I was put on...

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13 Mar

Sorcerer – Pineapple

You may have noticed we had some issues with the website the last few days, but we're back up and running now, so i'm gonna get in early and start the week off with a cracking piece of feel good disco tinged electronica from Sorcerer, Pineapple.   I've always found sorcerer an interesting artist, the mix of live guitar and electronic production is obviously nothing new and the sound is often lumped in the new Balearic sound but...

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02 Mar

Sun Kil Moon – Neverending Math Equation

So it's going to be a short one tonight as I have covered mark kozelek/sun kil moon before and he is well known to most. I am a big fan of his work and I have been meaning to stick this track up for forever so when it came on today I did.   the weather in malta is really getting great now, beautiful, warm sunshine in the morning as I cruise to work and...

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22 Feb

Half Waif – Frost Burn

A quick one tonight but a track I have been meaning to put up for a while. It follows on from the Half Waif track I posted a couple of weeks ago- it's so good it had to go up.   While I loved Severed Logic I like Frost Burn even more. It's the second single from her upcoming ep. Again it is a lovely blend of vocal electronica but I love the synth riff build that then breaks into the...

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15 Feb

Baby Charles – I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor

Look, I am going to make this really easy for you. This came on this morning and made me remember how good it is. New funk and funk covers became/are quite common/popular. Some miss, but this just works brilliantly.   obviously it helps that the arctic monkeys original is a truly immense track but it suits funk so well, plus it is done so well. The drums/percussion just fire it along and the vocal is...

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