Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Tropical Space

Hey, guess what? It's coming. In the meantime, enjoy the melodious 8-bit sounds of the Star Tropics...

Million Young live at Total Bummer 2010

This was a great show. Expect great things from Total Bummer 2011.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Monday, March 22, 2010

Gou Miyagi

One word: lube.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Chat Roulette Funny Piano Improv #1

This is funny. I watched and I liked it.

3/22/10 - Follow up

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Nite Jewel - Weak For Me (Live @ Viva Radio)

I'm not a fan of "explanation" so...just watch and listen.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Hawksley Workman - We'll Make Time

This was actually my first blog post a while back. I had this song and another (Song for Sarah Jane) up for download but due to some scruples, I decided to take it down. Now that someone has been kind enough to upload "We'll Make Time" to youtube I can share this with you again. This is off his latest release "Meat"

Arms and Sleepers - Warm

I just saw Caspian destroy Orlando and was very happy to discover Arms and Sleepers in the process. They hail from Boston and are currently on tour with Caspian. Check it out.

Thursday, March 11, 2010


Here are some great promo tracks off Flying Lotus' upcoming album "Cosmogramma". Listen and enjoy.

Flying Lotus - Satelllliiiiiteee
Flying Lotus - Dance Of The Pseudo Nymph

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Huoratron - Corporate Occult

An absolutely massive and crushing sound. Post 8-bit Electro? Go team Finland!

Caribou - Odessa

Spring break has been going on. I've been punishing my liver and not posting as much.
"Odessa", new song from Dan Snaith's great psych-pop project Caribou (formerly Manitoba). His new album, Swim, is set to be released on April 20th, 2010.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

A Study of Legs

Thanks Judson

A Study of Legs - Part 1 from Jim Helton on Vimeo.

A Study of Legs - Pt 2 from Jim Helton on Vimeo.

Sumsun - Leaving You


Leaving Records, a subsidiary of the Low End Theory-affiliated Alpha Pup label, has just announced the signing of Sumsun, a synth-steeped duo from North Carolina.
Judson Rogers' crackly, sun-damaged production places the new act firmly within the burbling chillwave movement alongside Memory Tapes, Neon Indian and L.A.'s own Active Child, people who may very well subsist on an exclusive diet of VHS tape and Crystal Pepsi. Sumsun singer Beverly Russell solidifies the early '90s vibe with vocals that seem to check the R&B ladies of yore -- think Toni Braxton or Faith Evans.
Nostalgia or no, it's a great sound, which West Coast Sound is happy to share. The free digital single below, "Leaving You," will get a physical release soon, backed with a remix from Leaving Records founder Matthewdavid. Rumor has it a full-length called Lake Life is on the way as well.

Sumsun - "Leaving You" by Funny Ha Ha

Bonus: download a Sumsun remix of Young Jeezy's "And Then What" over at sweet lil' music blog Get Off The Coast. You can thank us later.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Caspian - Moksha

An oldie but a goodie. I love these guys.

Seröga All Day

God I love saunas.

Sewer Music

Monday, March 1, 2010