October 2011

Avicii – Levels

by Mike Smith on October 31, 2011

As far as DJs go, there are only a few that I’m following closely at this time. Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii, is one of them. I stumbled across [...]

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It’s been a crazy week. Nothing like slowing it down with some downtempo electronica tracks. I stumbled upon this song of the day through Pandora radio not too long ago. [...]

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Wild Nothing – Golden Haze

by Mike Smith on October 27, 2011

I’ve been sharing a lot of international music lately on the blog, so today’s song of the day is made in the USA. More specifically it is from Blacksburg, Virginia. [...]

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The Wombats – 1996

by Mike Smith on October 26, 2011

Oh the good ol’ years. “Summer of ’69″ by Bryan Adams. More recently, “1983″ by Neon Trees. And now, “1996″ by The Wombats. The three band members, Matthew Murphy, Dan [...]

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Justice – Civilization

by Mike Smith on October 25, 2011

Justice, an electronic duo from Paris, France, released their new album Audio, Video, Disco this week. If you’re already a fan, this album does not disappoint. If you are new [...]

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I haven’t shared a song of the day from a Denmark band yet, so here it is. The electro-pop group, When Saints Go Machine, started in 2007 and released their [...]

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Polock – Fireworks

by Mike Smith on October 21, 2011

Had to brush up on my Spanish skills to read some of the bios about Polock, an Indie Rock and Pop band from Valencia, Spain. Papu Sebastian leads this upbeat [...]

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How about something chill? Something trippy? And something that contains a sitar? Have I got the song for you! Thunderball belongs to the same label as Thievery Corporation called Eighteenth [...]

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After today when you look in the dictionary under “dream pop” you might find a picture of this album. Yesterday, Anthony Gonzalez (also known as M83) released his latest album [...]

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I recently had a discussion with a friend that led to the topic of Ghost Riding the Whip. He had never heard of it. He began to ask others around [...]

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