Strawberries: new music by WHY?

Cormack O'Connor Contributor

By Cormack O'Connor in New Music on Tuesday 25 September 2012

Cincinnati indie kids WHY? are set to drop their fifth studio album, Mumps, etc. on October 8, gathering scattered beats, harp sounds, raps, hand claps and a load of creative lyrics. The opening track, Jonathan’s Hope, sets the tone for the album, launching straight into a rap over wobbly, eclectic beats. The chorus’ melody at times is reminiscent of the Dirty Projectors. Strawberries is also a stand out track which brings a sense of playfulness to the underlying darkness of the lyrics.

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New video from A Place To Bury Strangers

A Place To Bury Strangers Reader Find

By A Place To Bury Strangers in New Music on Thursday 28 June 2012

Here is our latest video for You Are The One. Some people seem to be offended by this video. Really? Really? This video is the least of your worries! I like movies. No, I LOVE movies. Movies you know, like not real. Fictitious. I like grindhouse. I like horror. I like strong imagery. I DON’T like insurance […]

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New single from Eric & Magill

Lost At E Minor Contributor

By Lost At E Minor in New Music on Tuesday 7 December 2010

The intimate debut album by Eric & Magill features members of the bands Dirty Projectors, Promise Ring, Shearwater, Owen, and Volcano Choir. The album also showcases an internet choir comprised of over forty friends singing into their computers from around the world.

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Cold War Kids

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Music on Tuesday 5 June 2007

The hottest indie act around right now? Perhaps. Fullerton, California’s Cold War Kids not only have the slickest name going, but they have a batch of songs that are so good it’s frightening.

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