eunoiasardina:

The Velvet Underground // White Light - White Heat

baebees:

LCD Soundsystem - Drunk Girls

(via thenoodledrap)

space-echo:

i wonder now what does it matter?

Beat Happening - Cat Walk

(via dance1yrself1clean)

docteurgirlfriend:

Would I consider this my 10th grade anthem? Forever and always.

Shocking Pinks - This Aching Deal

craftspells:

"Not Gambling" is the first single of the upcoming Shocking Pinks trilogy "Guilt Mirrors"—the first new album in over 6 years by former DFA and Flying Nun artist, Shocking Pinks (aka Nick Harte)

Exocomet is a recent post-punk band from NYC. CHECK IT

(via alien-in-a-jamb)

roidyraw:

As soon as I learned Nicki Minaj voiced Sugilite, I had to

LMAO I didn’t know she voiced sugilite! that’s fucking rad

(via laurenzuke)

theneedledrop:

clipping. - “knees on the ground”

women-in-music:

Peaking Lights - ‘Breakdown’

Peaking Lights are back with their follow-up to 2012’s Lucifer. The new one is called Cosmic Logic, and it’s out October 7 in the U.S. and October 6 in the UK via Weird World. It was recorded in Los Angeles by Matt Thornley (LCD Soundsystem, The Crystal Ark) along with the band’s Indra Dunis and Aaron Coyes. The first single is “Breakdown”, and it’s streaming on a new Peaking Lights site. You can listen to it above, too.

In a statement, Coyes said, “Peaking Lights’ whole thing has always been based on an idea of ‘Fucked Modern Pop but exactly what that is, we don’t know… we’re still trying to figure that out.”

(Source: pitchfork.com / Peaking Lights)

LCD Soundsystem - Disco Infiltrator

dendrofobia:

so it’s all come back round to breaking apart again 
breking apart like I’m made up of glass again

( now that I know that I’m breaking to pieces
I’ll pull out my heart and I’ll feed it to anyone )

The Cure - Disintegration

(via pathetic--girl43)

REVIEW: Voyage by De Lux

Albums this year have been pretty solid, but it’s been far from my favorite year. That said, my #1 album of 2014 comes from De Lux, a new electronic outfit that mashes elements of post-punk, post-disco, dance, and funk into a bright, eccentric, and catchy pot of memorable riffs, lyrics, and dance-floor singles. Though it might be one of the most accessible LPs dropped in the last eight months, it’s certainly worth it to place it on my pedestal of dance hall favorites.

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Friction - A-Gas

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raspberryjamboree:

Dirty Projects feat. David Byrne - “Knotty Pine”