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This video was passed along to me a few days ago because people know about/of my love of records. I often revive memories of some of my favorite record stores and thus this video was presented to me on Facebook. It’s nothing more than a camera focusing on Tower Records employees putting new records on the store floors and racks, while potential music buyers look it over. That’s all that it is. As there has been a vinyl resurgence in recent years, younger audiences may not realize how plentiful it used to be, nor how diverse the selection of different music once was. When I first saw this video, all I could think was “aaah, the good ol’ days” because a nice part of my childhood was spent in record stores doing nothing but looking at covers and labels. This was and remains the dream.
With a song that has a name like “Tropicana”, you know the first thing you want to say is “it’s always juicy” but Jonathan Sosa named it that to show listeners about the vitamins and nutrients inside or what it had taken to create it. The song nicely borrows from at Common’s “Rewind That”, albeit in a brief matter. No word on if this will make its way onto Sosa’s forthcoming street album t The Red Couch Chronicles but sip the juice, he has enough to go around.
Andrew Marica says “there’s a special kind of beauty in sorrow“, which is how and why he wrote “Forever Gone”. The song is about someone very close to him to died although if you listen to it from a different perspective, you may also think of it as a love/relationship dying or saying goodbye to something you know needs to be far away from you. It’s nothing but Marica, a guitar, and some accompaniment, but the lyrics are far from being simplistic. The song may move you to move forward, if that’s something you need to do with your life at this very moment.
If you know of Brooklyn’s Bill Gillim, you may already know him under his musical pseudonym, Megafortress, who released his debut EP two years ago. After taking two years to write, rewrite, and then record new music, he has come up with a full length album, his first, that will be released on November 4th called Believer (Driftless Recordings). The press release states “the tracks seem to follow a sole searcher, a lost person, for whom faith is not a source of light amidst the obscurity but a delusion that only makes the ambiguities more terrifying” but you may be thinking “cut the mumbo jumbo and let me know what this dreaminess sounds like. You’re not in luck just yet, but you are able to take a listen to some of the songs he has made in the past by heading to his official Soundcloud page. Other portions of the press release make him a bit obscure if not obtuse, but even that may sound like mumbo jumbo too. Let’s just say that he has a lot of depth but tries to simplify things through what he writes and creates, and in the end becomes something that has more dimensions than you may have assumed. When he and the label share a song from the album, I’ll share it with you here too.
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Maybe three is the charm for David Vandervelde, who will be releasing his third album on September 9th called Shadow Sides and to make it interesting, the album will not only be released on digital, vinyl, and cassette, but it will be out on three different labels: Secretly Canadian (for the digital encoding), Park The Van (for vinyl) and good ol’ Burger Records (for the tape). You may hear the music and go “this is some exquisite pop” while another song may make you compare him to Remy Shand meets Beck at the Omarion hut. Not bad for someone who recorded this album entirely in his Chicago apartment in analog with a Tascam 246 4-track cassette recorder. Find out the closeness of his affection with the loving “One More Time”.
The third album from William Bennett’s project as Cut Hands will be released on October 13th on Blackest Ever Black, in digital, analog, and the trendy compact disc format. It will be called Festival Of The Dead. His music has been called “malign percussive energy”, at least by his press release, and you’ll be able to hear the work that was written and produced by Bennett himself. The cover art was put together by Mimsy DeBloise while the music itself was mastered by Noel Summerville. To check out what this Afronoise (and then some) is about, check out “The Claw”, which will craw up to you like the title hints at. The vinyl pressing can be pre-ordered now by heading here.
Allen Poe – Sundazed feat. Jalin Roze from Kogan Dumb on Vimeo.
Allen Poe is ready to come out with a new album this autumn called How Gardens Grow and he is releasing one song for the time being to let you know how one of the gardens can and does grow, in the form of “Sundazed”. He has Jalin Roze in assistance, so press play and get mutual with the sound.
Hip-hop that still sounds like the kind of music you may have heard on a radio station “left of the dial” or on some British mix tape because you didn’t want to hear something that was familiar? Maybe you will like this remix of “Life Is Hard” by ConflictHipHop, put together by Loophole. This will return you from where you forgot you once were.
It was only about a month ago when I posted news about Matt Kivel‘s then new video for “Insignificance”. Kivel is not about to rest for the time being, for he has come up with another video, this time for “End Of Adventure”, directed by Ben Elie. Both of the songs are taken from his latest album on Woodsist, Days Of Being Wild. He’ll be performing at the Hopstoch Music Festival next week in Raleigh, North Carolina on the 4th.
Constant Flow’s first album for Viper Records, Ascension, will make it out and about in five days. He has been sharing some of his songs from it in recent weeks, here’s one that also features Melanie Fontana and Immortal Technique called “Moment Of Peace”, something all of us would love to experience in this lifetime.