Christopher Willits

Jul 28th, 2010 Experimental, Post-Rock steve 1 min read

New offering from Ghostly recording artist Christopher Willits just found it’s way into my inbox. Perfect summertime electro-acoustic jams from the very talented experimental guitarist/producer/software developer/mippie (that’s musical hippie, viagra meant as a good thing) who we’ve covered before here on SK. Densely layered and expectantly complex, healing “Sun Body” is perhaps one of Willit’s most accessible tracks he’s ever released. Considering his humbling body…

Conspiracy of Owls

Jul 14th, 2010 Classic Rock, Indie, Psychedelic jz 2 min read

When I think of the Detroit music scene, buy viagra I think of a huge amount of musical diversity: the soulful sounds of Motown, Mick Collins’ gritty garage rock with The Gories and The Dirtbombs , the brash hip hop of MCs like Eminem and Guilty Simpson, and the analog synths of the early Detroit Techno scene. One thing that doesn’t come to mind is…

American Men

Jul 8th, 2010 IDM, Post-Rock steve 1 min read

Jeff sent this EP over and said he was “90% sure” I’d be into it. Fuck, malady I must be hard to please or something because this is so squarely in my wheel house I can’t imagine why he thought 10% of me wouldn’t be feeling this. American Men are a group of Scotsmen doing instrumental, buy viagra futurist rock their own way (god I’m…

Lord Newborn and the Magic Skulls

Nov 25th, 2009 Acid Jazz, Psychedelic steve 1 min read

Been so slacker it’s not even funny. I can’t apologize enough, sildenafil and strangely, store the Google analytics haven’t shown much drop off. You all rule. So because you have been patient, and because November has produced a cornucopia of instrumental magic, I will be bombing SK with a bunch of posts over the next week or so. Lot’s of brand new, relatively unheard wordless…

Bibio

Jul 16th, 2009 Folk/Acoustic, Glitch steve 3 min read

“Dwrcan” opens with a modest, sad-elephant shuffle bass & break then takes a turn toward a nice half-time glitch groove.

Roger O’Donnell

Oct 20th, 2008 New Disco steve 1 min read

This one come courtesy of Roger O’Donnell, former keyboardist for The Cure, The Psychedelic Furs, Thompson Twins and more.

Chandeliers

Sep 18th, 2008 IDM, Krautrock, Post-Rock steve 3 min read

The Thrush sounds like a mixtape made by the dude down the hall with the ill Krautrock collection who’s dating a dancer into Afrobeat and old UK downtempo.

Koushik

Jul 30th, 2008 Downtempo, Psychedelic steve 1 min read

Stone’s Throw often relishes in mixing the new with the old but few of the venerable label’s artists sum it up as well as Koushik, the eponymous moniker of Koushik Ghosh.

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SK London Headz: It’s Allez-Allez

Nov 1st, 2006 Live Event steve 2 min read

For music lovers, we often can pinpoint a particular person or moment that set off the chain of events leading to obsession. One such point in my life was a semester overseas in ’96 to London, where I met some equally insane maniacs who also loved weed, beer and music as much as I.