So maybe all I do now is blog Korallreven mixes but WHATEVER. This new one isn’t exactly new but isn’t exactly old. Isn’t that fascinating? The mix CD came with purchase of An Album by Korallreven and features many cuts from their previous dream-y mixes. It’s nearly an hour long and totally gorgeous. I ripped the CD and put it up here for you to download. Enjoy it!
The 2 Bears are gearing up for their debut album, Be Strong, (out January 30th via Southern Fried Records) but in the meantime they’ve released another new single. Following this summer’s warm and wonderful “Bear Hug” comes “Work.”
Buy the song right here.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs released this gorgeous new track for FREE just for the price of an e-mail. Ain’t that a treat? Go grab it here, listen below.
Also, here’s a short documentary that aired on the BBC about TEED.
1. Blanck Mass – Land Disasters
2. Zomby – Labyrinth
3. Future Sound of London – Papua New Guinea
4. Sabres of Paradise – Smokebelch II
5. Elite Gymnastics – Minneapolis Belongs to You
6. Opus III – It’s a Fine Day
7. Rhythm on the Loose – Break of Dawn
8. The Golden Girls – Kinetic (Orbital Remix)
9. Geiger – Good Evening (SuperMayer Remix)
An Album by Korallreven is out today on Acephale Records.
Filed under: Music | Tags: cover, holy ghost!, juan maclean, ministry, nancy whang
Holy Ghost! put up this fun cover of Ministry’s “I Wanted to Tell Her” on Green Label Sound for free download. It features their DFA buddies Nancy Whang and Juan Maclean and lots of jittery grooves. Great bassline too. Maybe you can hear it on their current tour?
Holy Ghost! – I Wanted to Tell Her (ft. Nancy Whang & Juan Maclean)
You can download it right here. Video coming soon! Here’s the original for comparison.
Ministry – I Wanted to Tell Her
Not only is Pedro Almodóvar’s newest movie, The Skin I Live In, an excellent film, it also features great music. The score by Alberto Iglesias, is compelling but not overbearing. Almodóvar is pretty well known for using music during integral scenes, and for this film he chooses Trentemøller’s “Shades of Marble” for an intense cat-and-mouse moment creating an eerie but exciting atmosphere.
Trentemøller – Shades of Marble