Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Most listened albums on May'09

Grizzly Bear : Veckatimest
In their beginnings I got addicted to their "La Duchess Anne" song thanks to a website -Bloc- created time ago by Juan Ignacio Moralejo (now editor of Sede and Molde magazines), now I'm addicted to their new record. So poetic and epic.
10mayo09_GrizzlyBear-Veckatimest

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Sore Eros : Second Chants
He collaborates with Gary War, love their "neo-new-wave" psychedelia.
10mayo09_SoreEros-SecondChants

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Coconut Recordings : Davy
Jason Schwartzman apart from being one of my favourite actors (his role in "I heart huckabees" is brilliant!) is a talented musician. I see a George Harrison aura in his music, some 80's new wave influences, Elliott Smith reminiscences...
10mayo09_CoconutRecords-Davy

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Mount Eerie : Lost Wisdom
Phil Elverum's folk is a gift for the senses. Listen to his former band (The Microphones) too!
10mayo09_MountEerie

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Extraperlo : Desayuno Continental
Neo-calypso from Barcelona! Great for summer nights.
10mayo09_Extraperlo-DesayunoContinental

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Various Artists : The Wicker Man OST
This soundtrack is addictive. Pure 70's scottish folk. See "Willow's Song" clip here.
10mayo09_TheWickerMan

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Tom Tom Club : Tom Tom Club
To dance in the mornings, to dance in the evenings and to jump all around.
10mayo09_TomTomClub

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Ducktails : Ducktails
Underwater dreamy psychedelia? If you like "The sounds of the sounds of science" by Yo La Tengo, I think you'll dig this one.
10mayo09_Ducktails

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Thomas & Richard Frost : Visualize
An amazing 60s soft-pop album. Now re-issued by Rev-ola!
10mayo09_ThomasRichardFrost

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Crystal Stilts : Crystal Stilts
They are from Brooklyn and they sound a bit like Joy Division covering The Smiths.
10mayo09_CrystalStilts