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Passage – February 2017 playlist

Passage“, our new playlist and digital collage, compiling new releases from January and February 2017.

Passage - February 2017 digital collage by GoodMorninCaptn

Passage - February 2017 digital collage by GoodMorninCaptn

Surprisingly, this edition tends to heavily eye California (Foxygen, Ty Segall, Xiu Xiu, Banana, Cherry Glazerr). Hope for a political counterweight? Or is it a mere longing for sun? The latter could be confirmed by the presence of a couple artists from Toulouse in the French South West (Aquaserge, Laure Briard) as well as PVT from Australia. To get us back to the seasonal grayness, let’s welcome a couple Mancunians (Jesca Hoop, Irma Vep), and of course a few brilliant Scandinavians (Rainbrother, Lowly, Linnea Olsson)…

Beyond this reductive geography, let’s notice the first solo adventures of singers breaking away from Ought (Tim Darcy) and The Antlers (Peter Silberman), souls to console (Jesca Hoop, Shannon Wright, Peter Silberman), retro nods (Laure Briard, Molly Burch, Tim Darcy, Foxygen), and joyful or hypnotic loops to fly away (Banana, Aquaserge, Rainbrother, Six Organs Of Admittance, Mind Over Mirrors, PVT, Avec le soleil sortant de sa bouche). Enjoy!

Featuring:

1 — Tim Darcy (Montreal, QC) — “Tall Glass of Water”, from Saturday Night on Jagjaguwar.
2 — Jesca Hoop (Manchester, UK) — “The Lost Sky”, from Memories Are Now on Sub Pop Records.
3 — Xiu Xiu (San Jose, CA, USA) — “Wondering”, from Forget on Polyvinyl Record Company (US) / Teenage Menopause Rds (FR) / Altin Village & Mine (DE) / La Tempesta (IT) / Upset the Rythm (UK, Australia).
4 — Dirty Projectors (Brooklyn, NY, USA) — “Keep Your Name”, from Dirty Projectors on Domino Recording Company.
5 — Foxygen (Westlake Village, CA, USA) — “America”, from Hang on Jagjaguwar.
6 — Banana (Los Angeles, CA, USA) — “Banana C”, from Live on Leaving Records.
7 — Aquaserge (Toulouse / Paris, FR) — “Tour du Monde”, from Laisse ça être on Almost Musique (FR) / Crammed Discs (rest of the world).
8 — Shannon Wright (Atlanta, GA, USA) — “The Thirst”, from Division on Vicious Circle.
9 — Linnea Olsson (SE) — “Weekend”, from For Show EP.
10 — Ty Segall (Los Angeles, CA, USA) — “Orange Color Queen”, from Ty Segall on Drag City Records.
11 — Rainbrother (Copenhagen, DK) — “Riverside”, from Tales From The Drought on General Bird.
12 — Six Organs of Admittance (Holyoke, MA, USA) — “Taken By Ascent”, from Burning The Threshold on Drag City Records.
13 — Mind Over Mirrors (Chicago, IL, USA) — “Restore & Slip”, from Undying Color on Paradise of Bachelors.
14 — PVT (Sydney, AUS & London, UK) — “Another Life”, from New Spirit on Felte / Create/Control.
15 — Avec le Soleil Sortant de sa Bouche (Montreal, QC) — “Alizé et Margaret D. Midi moins le quart. Sur la plage, un palmier ensanglanté II”, from Pas pire pop, I Love You So Much on Constellation Records.
16 — Lowly (Aarhus, DK) — “Mornings”, from Heba on Bella Union.
17 — Cherry Glazerr (Los Angeles, CA, USA) — “Told You I’d Be With The Guys”, from Apocalipstick on Secretly Canadian.
18 — Laure Briard (Toulouse, FR) — “On dit que je ne suis pas sage”, from Sorcellerie EP out on Midnight Special Records.
19 — Molly Burch (Austin, TX, US) — “Wrong For You”, from Please Be Mine on Captured Tracks.
20 — Peter Silberman (Brooklyn, NY, USA) — “Karuna”, from Impermanence on Anti Records / Transgressive.
21 — Irma Vep (Manchester, UK) — “A Woman’s Work is Never Done”, from No Handshake Blues on Faux Discx records.

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May 2016 Playlist: Listening Party Crashing…

Listening Party Crashing, Sitting, Dancing and Flying Away – May 2016 playlist by GoodMorninCaptn

Listening Party Crashing, Sitting, Dancing and Flying Away - May 2016 digital collage by GoodMorninCaptn

Listening Party Crashing, Sitting, Dancing and Flying Away - May 2016 digital collage by GoodMorninCaptn

1 – Yoni & Geti (USA) — Lunchline, from Testarossa, out on Joyful Noise Recordings.
2 – Julianna Barwick (USA) — Nebula, from Will, out on Dead Oceans.
3 – Tom Adams (UK/Germany) — Seven Birds, from Voyages by Starlight EP, out on Kowloon Records.
4 – William Ryan Fritch (USA) — Awake (feat. DM Stith), from New Words For Old Wounds, out May 20 on Lost Tribe Sound.
5 – Marissa Nadler (USA) — Janie In Love, from Strangers, out May 20 on Sacred Bones & Bella Union.
6 – Andy Shauf (CA) — The Magician, from The Party, out May 20 on Arts & Crafts / Anti-.
7 – Maria Usbeck (Ecuador/USA) — Moai Y Yo, from Amparo, out May 27 on Cascine (North America), Labrador (EU), Rallye (JP).
8 – Christine Ott (FR) — Disaster, from Only Silence Remains, out May 20 on Gizeh Records.
9 – Gypsum (USA) — Follow Me.
10 – Mutual Benefit (USA) — Lost Dreamers, from Skip a Sinking Stone, out May 20 on Mom + Pop / Transgressive Records.
11 – Islands (CA/USA) — The Joke, from Taste, out May 13.
12 – Christian d’Or (DK) — Tough Soul, from Tough Soul, out on Sound Of Copenhagen.
13 – Chris Cohen (USA) — In a Fable, from As If Apart, out on Captured Tracks.
14 – Josiah & The Bonnevilles (USA) — Cold Blood, from Cold Blood EP, out on Vagrant.
15 – Plants And Animals (CA) — No Worries Gonna Find Us, from Waltzed in from the Rumbling, out on Secret City Records.
16 – Beth Orton (UK) — Moon, from Kidsticks, out May 27 on Anti- Records.
17 – Glenn Jones (USA) — Flower Turned Inside-Out, from Fleeting, out on Thrill Jockey Records.
18 – Clem Leek (UK/USA) — Dance With Me, from forthcoming piano album (TBA).
19 – Julien Marchal (FR) — Insight XX, from Insight II, out on 1631 Recordings.
20 – Pedro Soler & Gaspar Claus (FR) — Rocío Y Corrales (por Sevillanas), from Al Viento, out May 13 on InFiné Music.
21 – Andy Stott (UK) — Selfish, from Too Many Voices, out on modernlove.
22 – einarIndra (IS) — Sometimes I’m Wrong, from Stories, out May 20.
23 – Ytamo (JP) — Hamon, from Mi Wo, out on Someone Good (Room40).
24 – Af Ursin (FIN) — Tableau Fluide, from Aura Legato, initially released in 2005, reissued in May 2016 on Blackest Ever Black.

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Weekly Indie News: Lisa Germano, Le Loup, Noah And The Whale, Volcano Choir

Lisa Germano "Magic Neighbor" / Rachel Grimes "Book Of Leaves" / Islands "Vapours" / Le Loup "Family" / Noah & The Whale "First Days Of Spring" / The Twilight Sad "Forget The Night Ahead" / Volcano Choir "Unmpa" / Why? "Eskimo Snow"

Pretty exciting week ahead, with a bunch of new releases out:

LISA GERMANO – “Magic Neighbor“, new album on Young God Records. Listen to “Snow” (MP3).

RACHEL GRIMES – “Book Of Leaves” (Karate Body / Ruminance). First piano solo album from one of The Rachel’s core members. More info and MP3 here.

ISLANDS – “Vapours” (Anti). The Canadians seem to have lost most of what once made them interesting. You may still listen to “Vapours” on their MySpace to prove me wrong.

LE LOUP – “Family” (Hardly Art / Talitres). Much expected follow-up to their 2007 magical debut LP. Listen to “Beach Town” (MP3).

NOAH AND THE WHALE – “First Days Of Spring“. Sophomore album and accompanying film are coming out this week in France (already out in the UK; 2 more weeks to wait for the US release). See the trailer below.

THE TWILIGHT SAD – “Forget The Night Ahead” (Fat Cat).

VOLCANO CHOIR – “Unmap” (Jagjaguwar). Intriguing debut of Bon-Iver-mastermind Justin Vermont’s more experimental band. Listen to “Island, IS” (MP3).

WHY? – “Eskimo Snow” (Anticon).