Posts Tagged ‘electronic

ERNEST GONZALES – Been Meaning To Tell You

February 7, 2010

When I first heard of this album, it was described as “electronic.” I haven’t been listening to a lot of “electronic” music lately but the cover art was too amazing for me to pass this up without a listen. The artwork was made by having a number of artists each illustrate what they saw after […]

Yip-YipTwo Kings of the Same Kingdom

February 7, 2008

Ridiculous spastic electronic noise rock. Craziness. May induce headaches and/or seizures. Visit their myspace for more seizure-inducing content if this album is not enough. For fans of Dan Deacon and cracked electronics.

Hot ChipMade in the Dark

February 1, 2008

Hot Chip returns with their third full-length and long-awaited follow-up to 2006’s The Warning. I know a lot of people who loved that one are disappointed with this effort, but I am really liking it. More mellow and laid-back, not quite as dancey, and songs tend to take longer to build-up and kick-in, but still […]

Ghostland ObservatoryDancing On My Grave single

January 29, 2008

The new single from their upcoming third full-length album. They are a weird mix of trashy electronica, dance, rock, and funk. The singer has a distinctive, high-pitched voice. The B-side to the single, the instrumental “Club Soda,” is the best track on this three-song sampler. A band for the more adventurous person to enjoy. As […]

The Battle RoyaleWake Up, Thunderbabe!

January 23, 2008

Out of Minneapolis, here is their second album. The first half is a strange mix of electronic-dance-rock, similar to The Faint, except not as dark. The second half segues into indie-dance/pop territory. The vocals can get annoying after a bit. Just alright.