All posts tagged: lo fi

Listen to Moderate Rebels’ ‘Liberate’

London’s Moderate Rebels will release their new EP ‘Proxy’ on June 2nd via Lost In The Manor. One of the songs taken from the upcoming record is the lo-fi/post-punk single ‘Liberate’. Organic and raw with a warming appeal, the track radiates a sort of musical freedom in itself, giving a great window view into the forthcoming EP. Check it out.

Kraków Loves Adana Interview

The music of Kraków Loves Adana stems from a place of truth, depth and life. Comprised of Deniz Cicek and Robert Heitmann, the Hamburg-based pair who met in 2006, have gone on to create a solid discography of emotive and ultimately moving indie records that are as core and touching as they come.

ColoRising Interview with Kraków Loves Adana

The music of Kraków Loves Adana stems from a place of truth, depth and life. Comprised of Deniz Cicek and Robert Heitmann, the Hamburg-based pair who met in 2006, have gone on to create a solid discography of emotive and ultimately moving indie records that are as core and touching as they come.

Listen to Tuvaband’s ‘Everything We Do Is Wrong’

Last year Oslo-based duo Tuvaband shared a couple of songs titled ‘(It’s Not About) Running’ and ‘Unknown’, both capturing an atmospheric sound drenched in indie/lo-fi production. Making their return the pair now bring forth their next offering ‘Everything We Do Is Wrong’. Out on Diamond Club, the sound is a minimal palette of haunting piano riffs along with the ethereal voice of Tuva Hellum Marschhäuser. The track also coincide with their upcoming SXSW showcase beginning March 15. Touching Read more […]

Listen to Francis Lung’s ‘My Love’

Francis Lung, the moniker of Manchester’s Tom McClung, brings forth his new track ‘My Love’, a hazy, cool-out piece of alt-pop that is sprinkled with traces of calypso influences. The track is taken from his upcoming LP ‘Faeher’s Son Vol I’, in which Lung played every instrument minus the violin on the cut ‘Something Blue’. ‘My Love’ follows Lung’s recent video ‘Back One Day’, released earlier this month.

Stream Mile Me Deaf’s New Song ‘Capable Ride’

Hailing from Vienna is the shoegaze/noise band Mile Me Deaf, who have shared their latest song ‘Capable Ride’ taken from the album Eerie Bits of Future Trips. Not shying away from lo-fi and fuzz-oriented sonics, there is a distinct charm to the band’s sound that bubbles with a grassroots spirit. Below is a stream of ‘Capable Ride’. Have a listen.

Listen to Karen O’s “Day Go By”

Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen Lee Orzolek aka Karen O will finally release her solo album “Crush Songs” on Sept. 9 via Cult Records. After delivering the underwater-shot video “Rapt” back in July, Orzolek now shares a new track titled “Day Go By”. The new album will be available to stream in full this coming Friday on NPR. However, you can check out “Day Go By” below. Read more […]

The Thermals “The Sunset” video

Rocky might have trained extra hard for his boxing matches but he probably still couldn’t match the energy of Kathy Foster’s. In The Thermal’s new video “The Sunset”, not only does she train like a champ but dances like crazy seemingly without rest! Top that Stallone! Read more […]

The Suicide of Western Culture “Hope Only Brings Pain” stream

Barcelona’s The Suicide of Western Culture is set to release their second album “Hope Only Brings Pain” on Irregular in April. The duo have put a focus on creating epic sounds using lo-fi electronica, the aesthetics of rock and dark sonics to help layer the palette of their musical mission which is to strike hard with no compromise. Moody from all angles, “Hope Only Brings Pain” is a display of the group’s maturity and emphasis on the specifics without boundaries, but with a purpose. Read more […]

Fear of Men “Mosaic”

The Brighton based band Fear of Men releases a stylistically clever video for the song “Mosaic”. While the music itself is quiet warm and fuzzy, there is a kind of odd religious undertone in the clip that actually does compliment it. “Mosaic” is directed by Williams & Tardo & Fear of Men. Read more […]