Jonathan Boulet is everything you'd want to be: young, incredibly talented - and Australian. His grammar though, leaves a lot to be desired, as evidenced by the appalling syntactic error on his latest track entitled You're A Animal. No doubt he'll tell you it was a purposeful mistake; I have my doubts.
Wednesday, 29 December 2010
Tuesday, 21 December 2010
Continuing with their steady drip-drip of Cut Copy/Zonoscope related news, Modular Recordings have sent out a re-work of Cut Copy's tropical-slash-Men At Work inspired track Take Me Over, featuring Tim Goldsworthy, producer of In Ghost Colours and all round legend, on remixing duties. Also confirmed is the track listing for forthcoming album Zonoscope, which will hit European shelves on 07/02.
Zonoscope Tracklisting:1. Need You Now2. Take Me Over4. Pharaohs & Pyramids5. Blink and You'll Miss a Revolution6. Strange Nostalgia for the Future7. This Is All We've Got8. Alisa9. Hanging Onto Every Heartbeat10. Corner of the Sky11. Sun God
Saturday, 18 December 2010
Thursday, 16 December 2010
Monday, 13 December 2010
Monday, 6 December 2010
Sunday, 5 December 2010
Grouplove. Do they take their name seriously? Yes. Yes they do. They're sharing a t-shirt for God's sake! That's one step away from a band orgy and an outbreak of the clap.
Thursday, 2 December 2010
Does anyone remember the Vacanti Mouse? No? Allow me to jog your memory. It was the mouse that researchers controversially grew what looked like a human ear on the back of. Now you remember? The reason I bring it up is because it was one of those things that you'd never think possible. The same thought crossed my mind when I first heard Newcastle based trio, Polarsets - a band who have successfully blended the seemingly incompatible sounds of indie-rock and anthemic Euro-trance. Polarsets? More like Polar Opposites.