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I BREAK HORSES “Winter Beats” MP3

I Break Horses

Winter is still a ways away, but Swedish duo I Break Horses has written a sweet candy track in “Winter Beats.” The beautiful singing synths and keys does make me long for winter. I know there aren’t too many fans of winter here in New York. But the cold just brings this whole nostalgia I had of winter growing up in Miami. Snow, coats, jackets and those lights. But for now I’ll have to contend with the remaining days of summer. If you dig shimmery music blended with hazy shoegaze you’ll dig this track. It will appear on their new album Hearts out August 22nd, 2011 via Bella Union.

MP3: “Winter Beats

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M83 "Midnight City" (Christian Strobe Remix) MP3

M83

Rain. Raining every second all day this Sunday in New York. I had tweeted that I wish I had a car and could drive through the city’s gloomy day and just look at all of the wonderful buildings, lights and people. And the score to the whole day would be M83’s “Midnight City.” The song is glorious, epic and at the same time had a mood that goes along with this rain. Well, I also suspected that a song like this must of course have remixes. And one of the first remixes by Christian Strobe doesn’t stray too far away from the original. The heavier beats and addition of prominent keys makes the track a bit more dancey. The song still goes along perfectly with this rainy night in the city.

MP3: “Midnight City” (Christian Strobe Remix)

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M83 “Midnight City” (Christian Strobe Remix) MP3

M83

Rain. Raining every second all day this Sunday in New York. I had tweeted that I wish I had a car and could drive through the city’s gloomy day and just look at all of the wonderful buildings, lights and people. And the score to the whole day would be M83’s “Midnight City.” The song is glorious, epic and at the same time had a mood that goes along with this rain. Well, I also suspected that a song like this must of course have remixes. And one of the first remixes by Christian Strobe doesn’t stray too far away from the original. The heavier beats and addition of prominent keys makes the track a bit more dancey. The song still goes along perfectly with this rainy night in the city.

MP3: “Midnight City” (Christian Strobe Remix)

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FEIST "How Come You Never Go There" STREAM

Feist

OOOOOOO! This was posted earlier today morning by Pitchfork.

I was never a HUGE fan of Feist. But her new single “How Come You Never Go There” from her upcoming album Metals is a doozy. The Canadian Leslie Feist’s vocals is like a waterfall of soul in this new track. But the water isn’t the only thing bringing on the soul. The accompaniment of the brass section, percussion, guitars and back up vocals make the track even more grand. The blend of rnb, blues and soul are things I never would have imagined a Canadian (not saying they don’t have soul!) would have procured. So if you’re a fan of Feist you’ll really dig this song. And if you’re a passer by like myself, you’ll be quite impressed. I’m anticipating her new album Metals which drops October 3rd, 2011 via Interscope Records.

Is it just me or are there a TON of albums coming out this Fall?

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FEIST “How Come You Never Go There” STREAM

Feist

OOOOOOO! This was posted earlier today morning by Pitchfork.

I was never a HUGE fan of Feist. But her new single “How Come You Never Go There” from her upcoming album Metals is a doozy. The Canadian Leslie Feist’s vocals is like a waterfall of soul in this new track. But the water isn’t the only thing bringing on the soul. The accompaniment of the brass section, percussion, guitars and back up vocals make the track even more grand. The blend of rnb, blues and soul are things I never would have imagined a Canadian (not saying they don’t have soul!) would have procured. So if you’re a fan of Feist you’ll really dig this song. And if you’re a passer by like myself, you’ll be quite impressed. I’m anticipating her new album Metals which drops October 3rd, 2011 via Interscope Records.

Is it just me or are there a TON of albums coming out this Fall?

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THE MILLIPEDES "Cold Snap" MP3

The Millipedes

The Millipedes is a new Brooklyn-based project lead by My Teenage Stride lead man Jed Smith. Not too different from My Teenage Stride, the sound is a lot more doo wop and fifties themed compared to the pop punk stylings. Although the track “I Cast You Out” retains that punk vibe. And the last song of their three songs “You Can Dance” literally time warps you to a time when all you’d want to do is twist the night away! But lead track “Cold Snap” literally blends both ends together so effortlessly. With guitars that jangle like the sun pushing through heaven’s gates, this song is indie pop ice cream that melts in your mouth and then gives you a nostalgic brain freeze when you were a five year old running through the summer’s sunny summer days.

Although I’m a big fan of My Teenage Stride I’m pretty excited to hear more from this project!

MP3: “Cold Snap

BANDCAMP

THE MILLIPEDES “Cold Snap” MP3

The Millipedes

The Millipedes is a new Brooklyn-based project lead by My Teenage Stride lead man Jed Smith. Not too different from My Teenage Stride, the sound is a lot more doo wop and fifties themed compared to the pop punk stylings. Although the track “I Cast You Out” retains that punk vibe. And the last song of their three songs “You Can Dance” literally time warps you to a time when all you’d want to do is twist the night away! But lead track “Cold Snap” literally blends both ends together so effortlessly. With guitars that jangle like the sun pushing through heaven’s gates, this song is indie pop ice cream that melts in your mouth and then gives you a nostalgic brain freeze when you were a five year old running through the summer’s sunny summer days.

Although I’m a big fan of My Teenage Stride I’m pretty excited to hear more from this project!

MP3: “Cold Snap

BANDCAMP


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Twentyseven Views is primarily a music blog (although sometimes I will do the random post on a film or something culture or art related). All posts are genuine and honest opinions by the writer.

The writer is based in New York and has run a small indie record label, was a former publicist and has done freelance publicity. The writer has penchant taste in music that lean towards pop. Whether that be indie pop, dance music or hip-hop.

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