For all music lovers, this means it’s a day of celebration, jubilation, and discovery. I’m sure some people will be a little disappointed I’m not talking about Best Coast‘s hazy summer-pop release today (sorry guys- really not much of a fan…), but don’t fear; there are still two notable releases that should tickle your respective fancies.
First, Brooklyn-based Miniature Tigers released Fortress today via Modern Art Records.
The album is a feel-good selection of tracks that’s perfect for this time of year, and it was co-produced by Chris Chu of The Morning Benders. If that co-production excites you, you’ll be interested to know that the single “Goldskull” was also produced by none other than Neon Indian (you can definitely hear the Chillwave influence in that track).
You can stream the entire album over at Spinner.
Next, Jaill released That’s How We Burn today via Sub Pop.
Somewhat close to the same stylistic spectrum as the aforementioned group, Milwaukee-based Jaill create pop-driven rock, but their Midwestern breed of garage rock delivers a much heavier dose of grit and drive.
Sadly I can’t find this album streaming anywhere, so you’ll have to settle for some samples at their Myspace.
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Speaking of Grizzly Bear member/producer Chris Taylor, apparently he’s been kind of busy lately. He and Neon Indian brainchild Alan Palomo co-produced a brand new track from the glitchy chillwave artist named Sleep Paralysist.
You can listen to the track over on the right.
Click away, and leave a comment with your opinion. Personally, I’m not quite feeling this track like I was digging the debut Psychic Chasms.
The superduo Broken Bells (that’s DangerMouse and Shins frontman James Mercer) have released another groovy track, and it does not disappoint.
You can hear the new song, Vaporize, at their Myspace.
The full album will be out March 9.
Also, personal favorite Neon Indian played an awesome medley of Terminally Chill and Ephemeral Artery on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night. That video is now embedded on the right side of this blog.
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