|Rollercoasterwater / Umami Sounding Fireball|
|Album:||Umami Sounding Fireball||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2016-05-09||Pull Date:||2016-07-10|
|Week Ending:||26 Jun||12 Jun||5 Jun||29 May||22 May||15 May|
|1.||Tue, 24 Jan 17:||Sick Wolfe & OSCAR|
|4.||Sun, 10 Jul 16:||Sick Wolfe|
|2.||Tue, 12 Jul 16:||DJ Farad|
Hysteresis History (pt 1)
|5.||Thu, 23 Jun 16:||ray futia.|
|3.||Tue, 12 Jul 16:||Telepathic Juan|
|6.||Tue, 07 Jun 16:||aandreaa|
Think golden hour, Red Rocks at dusk, the feeling of your soul burning inside out. This is ’60s psych mixed with the distinctive flourishes of Panda Bear and Avey Tare. There are lots of classic psych features here—effected/phased guitars, languidly tripped-out vocals, mystical ambience—as well as glimmering odes to Boards of Canada’s brand of quietly brooding electronic melancholia. A tremendously lovely journey into the post-haze sunset.|
RIYL Panda Bear, Boards of Canada 'Hi Scores', Tame Impala 'Innerspeaker', Avey Tare
Favorites: 1, 2, 3
1. (5:42) ** Foam in my Midi Controller—Animal Collective on a late ‘60s acid trip. Elongated, plodding synths and crashing, cascading drumming. Keeps building and building. “It’s all changing dream, yeah.”
2. (3:58) *** Avey Tare Said—Pensive. Takes a lot of influence from Avey Tare, no surprise. Lots of phasing and warbling with the guitars and references to the song’s namesake. Reminds me a lot of Innerspeaker-era Tame Impala—the vocals, the guitar tones, the melancholia. God this is gorgeous.
3. (5:20) * Trying to Maze—Aquatic, floating synthesizer sounds and gently shuffling beat. Gets more uptempo in last minute. Like Boards of Canada’s “Turquoise Hexagon Sun” transmuted into a languishing psych burner.
4. (3:42) Strobe Froth—More ambient and aimless. Heavier in the last 40 seconds. Night has fallen.
|1.||Foam In My Midi Controller||3.||Trying To Maze|
|2.||Avey Tare Said||4.||Strobe Froth|