Theatrical yet brooding, this is the first single from The Kills' upcoming fourth album. Sounds like The Dresden Dolls, with fuzzy guitars.
Earnest and subtly experimental a la Gomez. An interesting little campfire ballad but, in all honesty, it's unlikely to change your life.
Undeniably similar to their debut album, but somehow familiarity only adds to FFs charm. Besides, they're still way ahead of the copycats.
Pitched as "rockabilly", this is actually just pop rock with a twangy guitar buried in the mix for retro authenticity. Enjoyable nonetheless.
Death from Above 1979
Blood on Our Hands
The Toronto noise-rock duo announced their live return early this week. Fingers crossed they'll play this.
(I'll Beat My Chest Like) King Kong
Radio-friendly slacker rock. Like Blink 182 covering Pavement. Excellent, if you like that sort of thing.
SoLo ft Young Mel
SoLo's early verse is fairly obnoxious, but Young Mel more than salvages this track.
The Great Pan Is Dead
Fast and loud; it's refreshing to hear synth-pop that doesn't rely on atmospherics.
Toro Y Moi
Presumably tongue-in-cheek. If so ,file this outrageously funky cut next to The Virgins.Reuse content