Posts Tagged ‘anemone’

October 31, 2017

We were fast fans of slenderbodies when the California indie pop duo released their EP fabulist half a year back, a collection of songs that includes Anemone. I’m still much addicted to the slinky puckered, dreamy gleaming indie gem that feels kind of like Glass Animals mixed with Foals, Alt-J, Hundred Waters, and The Antlers. You can re-visit Anemone with us below. But before you do that, I highly recommend you check out slenderbodies’ brand new remix of ZHU’s Hometown Girl. They’ve given the track a brilliant indie electronic re-work that falls right in line with the smooth funk and slick guitars found on their originals. The remix is an indie house treat, a sublimely soothing yet muggy searing jam that evokes a cross between Portugal. the Man and Milky Chance. 

April 13, 2017

I love the word anemone and how it rolls off your tongue. In fact, I like to goof around and add extra syllables to the word, too. Say it with me, anemonemonemones. Turns out, I also love listening to a song named Anemone, which comes by way of an indie pop duo from right here in California named slenderbodies. anemone, which is lifted from their new EP fabulist, is a slinky puckered, dreamy gleaming indie gem. It’s almost like Glass Animals gone dreamy with a touch of Foals’ art rock, Alt-J’s experimental folk, Hundred Waters’ surreal atmosphere, and The Antlers’ woolly fluidity. Yes, it’s quite the fascinating recipe indeed. You can stream slenderbodies’ new EP in full on Soundcloud. The pair invites us to join them as they float out to the sea for a story of adventure, bewilderment, and lucidity. Purchase fabulist, here.