Three tracks that need to be listened. Three tracks “buzzzing”. Hand-picked by Last Day Deaf for you…
Artist: sam stansfield
Track: ‘jennifer’s brand new baby’
Genre: lo-fi rock
‘jennifer’s brand new baby‘ comes from sam stanfield‘s just released 17-track album ‘extreme falcon‘, and it’s 117 seconds of pure lo-fi rock euphoria, in the vein of 90s genre Gods Pavement, Sebadoh and definitely GBV (stands for Guided By Voices)! The vulnerable melody is hidden behind multiple layers of fuzz-gasmic sound, and if that wasn’t enough, this was recorded on cassette, vital for DIY aficionados. Come on, indie boys and girls show this chap from Ohio some love!
Genre: idm, downtempo
British outfit Glassmasterer‘s latest offering is ‘Kaossteedeethree‘ 6-track EP, from which we chose ‘Auspice‘, an alluring idm/downtempo treasure with playful mood, gentle melodies, ace flow and spotless production. The warm, luscious textures and the clever use of “la-la-las” lifts this gem to the idm heaven, and it’s an absolute must-listen for fans of Four Tet & Floating Points, in their most accessible!
Artist: Pharmacy Keys
Track: ‘In the Flesh’
Genre: indie rock
Cleveland, Ohio’s band Pharmacy Keys have returned back in action, after their 2020’s debut album ‘Conjuress‘, with their 2nd full-length ‘Queen Maybe‘, and ‘In the Flesh‘ is among those tracks that stand out with a melody that directly seeps into your brain, and the listener starts singing its melody! Yup, it’s extremely catchy, it’s 100% 90s, and also contains elements from the great Aussie indie scene with its trippy vibes and the sense of freedom/euphoria it unleashes; Like driving through Great Victoria Desert with a Mg Midget CABRIO ’60, with this ear-candy at full blast… On endless repeat!
Curated by: Christos Doukakis