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MP3: Homeshake – Cash is Money

Posted on September 5th, by digits in MP3

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Homeshake, we were not expecting this. I mean, brilliant mixtape last year, but this sly bit of slow funk, with a circuit-bendy outro, is a bit unexpected. So cool! Alright, so their new album In the Shower seems like it’ll be a very important release, and hopefully make this deserving bunch famous. Wonderful. It’s out September 26, watch out for it.

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Top 100 Songs of 2013: 75-51

Posted on December 18th, by digits in Lists

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Top 100 Songs: 100-76 // 75-51 // 50-26 // 25-1

2013 in review: Top 30 Albums: 30-16 / 15-1 // Top 30 Videos // Top 20 EPs // Top 10 Remixes

75. Dirty Inputs – Final Flight

74. Akua – Gravity

73. Beverlay – First Snow

72. Silkken Laumann – Obvious Water (Yer A Kitten)

71. Ambrose – Hourglass Sands

70. Drake (feat. Majid Jordan) – Hold On, We’re Going Home

69. Kashka – Never Had It

68. Violence – Dernier Cri

67. U.S. Girls – Overtime

66. Gold Zebra – Invisible Disorder

65. Flist – Bug

64. Terror Bird – The Wrong Way

63. Arcade Fire – Reflektor

62. Jay Arner – Surf Don’t Sink

61. Majical Cloudz – Silver Rings

60. Braids – In Kind

59. Ark Analog – Make Me A Mirror

58. Drug Train – No One Cares

57. Princess Century – Giving It Away

56. Dirty Beaches – Mirage Hall

55. Weaves – Motorcycle

54. Marie Davidson – Je Ne T’aime Pas

53. Quinn Read-Baxter – Don’t Go

52. Homeshake – Moon Woman

51. Galaxius Mons – Cup My Aching Mind (Crazy Epitaph)

Top 100 Songs: 100-76 // 75-51 // 50-26 // 25-1

2013 in review: Top 30 Albums: 30-16 / 15-1 // Top 30 Videos // Top 20 EPs // Top 10 Remixes

Top 20 EPs of 2013

Posted on December 11th, by digits in Lists

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2013 in review: Top 30 Albums // Top 100 Songs // Top 30 Videos // Top 20 EPs // Top 10 Remixes

a1947809329_1020. AM StaticRoots Between the Stones

a1992204717_219. Quinn Read-BaxterQ.R.B.

a3584992792_1018. HomeshakeThe Homeshake Tape

a1679785978_10 17. Marble LionClothing

artworks-000043317814-oohva1-t500x50016. Seance CentreChandrigarh

PI15. Prince Innocence – Lapse

HELLO-PACKSHOT-600x60014. Mozart’s Sister – Hello

moonking13. Moon King – Obsession II

a1796381930_1012. Nouveau ZodiaqueEP

a2515131016_211. UNUN Titled Album

US_Girls_-_Free_Advice_Column10. U.S. Girls – Free Advice Column

a3927946079_109. Me and My RhythmboxTeaspoons and Tablesalts

a1817122177_108. Hush PupDarlene

Ell-V-Gore-Sex-Static-Album-Cover-Artwork-1.3MB7. Ell V Gore – Sex Static

artworks-000049735260-uwn4if-t500x5006. A K U AOne’s Company

a2146054619_105. Mathias MentalMathias Mental

a3258036111_104. Jay HolySkeletor

a2506383756_103. Petra GlyntOf This Land

a1399382710_102. How SadIndian Summer

a1875299874_101. ViolenceViolence

2013 in review: Top 30 Albums // Top 100 Songs // Top 30 Videos // Top 20 EPs // Top 10 Remixes

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Mix: Best Songs of October 2013

Posted on November 1st, by digits in Mixes

silentshoutoct13Mix: Silent Shout Best of October 2013

1. Ambrose – Hourglass Sands
2. Motem – Quirk Pop
3. Homeshake – Dynamic Meditation
4. Magic Island – Baby Blu
5. Sing Leaf – High John
6. A Sacred Cloud – Be Good or Be Dead
7. Nostalgic Home Highways – Interior Astronaut
8. Ylang Ylang – Temporary Opalescent Death
9. Violence – Halo
10. Kashka – Never Had It

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New Release: Homeshake – DYNAMIC MEDITATION

Posted on October 23rd, by Chuck in New Release

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Montreal’s Homeshake just released their latest mixtape Dynamic Meditation, and we’re very impressed with the results. The first song/section deploys sophisticated chord changes akin to Roy Ayers or Steely Dan, albeit rendered in a more downtempo groove and hazy production style. A remarkably poignant descending melody in the refrain captures not only the harmonic and rhythmic sensibilities of vintage soul-jazz, but also its emotional resonance. The following section evokes traces of the late Don Blackman filtered through Bibio’s lo-fi approach to retro funk. The Beat Konducta-esque sequencing of tracks creates a fragmented listening experience, which only adds to the music’s beautiful delirium. Each side is just under ten minutes and, as the track titles suggest, side B is in fact side A in reverse. All in all, this mixtape slays and ought to be auditioned by all. Get it here as a PWYC download.

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New Release: Homeshake – The Homeshake Tape

Posted on February 2nd, by farragoes in New Release

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One of the more endearing elements of Mac DeMarco‘s often endearing rise to prominence has been the proliferation of side projects involving the members of his live band. Walter TV, the spastic psych-pop group fronted by DeMarco’s bass player Pierce McGarry, put out a couple of excellent releases last year, and guitarist Peter Sagar is following suit with his project, Homeshake.

Homeshake’s first release, The Homeshake Tape, is very clearly the work of the same group of people, and to some extent splits the difference between Mac DeMarco and Walter TV, embracing the downbeat, jangly-guitared languor of some of DeMarco’s work, while nodding to Walter TV’s more experimental flourishes. “Northern Man” is perhaps the best marrying of these two aesthetics, with Sagar’s shamblingly intricate guitar playing combining with a likeably lazy vocal into something redolent of the best Elephant 6 recordings. “Moon Woman,” by contrast, is pure DeMarco. All smooth sleaze without the rough edges sanded down, the general creep providing cover for a tightly composed, totally guileless little love song. As with seemingly everything associated with Mac DeMarco, it’s always listenable, frequently interesting, and when all else fails it gets by on charm and personality. Stream/purchase The Homeshake Tape at Bandcamp.

This post originally appeared on our Berlin brethren No Fear of Pop.

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