Posts Tagged ‘hearts’

March 5, 2017

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February 3, 2016

Australian producer Arthur Wimble has me captivated with his crisp and polished electronic music. He’s also steeped in far more mystique than apparent from the start, as Arthur Wimble is not at all his real name. Arthur Wimble keeps his identity cloaked. The mysterious newcomer blends SOHN evoking rich sonics with soulful Chet Faker vocals on Hearts, a nimble and catchy, tender and delicate indie electronic and  synthpop gem. Hearts is the first track revealed from a debut EP and only the second single from the Queensland producer. Purchase the softly pumping, regally dashing jam on bandcamp.

I Break Horses’ Hearts streaming

January 4, 2012

Swedish indie duo I Break Horses is an up and coming rising act with some amazing music out. You can stream their full debut album Hearts below! I’m pretty sure I shared at least a couple of these tracks on here over the past few months. Get ready for some good shoegaze dream pop. They’re going on tour soon in support of none other than the one and only M83. That says a lot right there. 

OFFICIAL VID: I Break Horses – Wired

November 11, 2011

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Here’s the latest single and video from I Break Horses off of their debut album Hearts. I Break Horses is a Swedish duo (I feel like 90% of artists I post are either Swedish or British these days). 

While Wired is a decent track and nice and dream hazy, I’m a lot more fond of some of the other tracks I’ve heard off Hearts so far. I may have shared before, but I’ll share the awesome video and audio for Winter Beats again. 

And below is a great Bedroom Sessions performance of the title track from the album, Hearts. Awesome, no?

Can I creep you out?

August 26, 2011


As mentioned in my last post, it’s time for some witch house/grave wave/drag! I don’t actually find the music that “creepy”. But I’m known for being the “shield” in haunted house tours and for not hiding my face during horror films. *shrug* Anyway, the same artists known for falling under the witch house umbrella make tracks that sound insanely different from each other. Some could be very upbeat ethereal songs, others are uptempo hiphop-y distorted glitchy trax, and yet others are indeed VERY dark.

Without further ado, let’s take a little trip down some ghoulish soundscapes. 

First off, some Balam Acab.. “Apart” is VERY glitchy (as some people call the type of music, Glitch).

While that sample might fall a little outside of the witch house I promised you and is in the large grey areas between all these related genres, this won’t disappoint:

Aww yea, enough witchiness in that track?

Alright, let’s move on to oOoOO, and I’ll share a couple that I don’t think I shared in my previous post of oOoOO trax a week ago or so.

I may have shared oOoOO’s hearts before, or maybe not.. but it’s an awesome track, a lil more similar to Crystal Castles (<3 CC)

OK, ok, the beginning is a bit creepy I must agree, and perhaps the video too, but just listen….. here’s Salem with some good ish

OK, I’ll end the witch house review for now, I can keep going… until next time! Maybe more Pictureplane next time.. some more Salem.. hmm.. we’ll see. 😉

Tom Rowlands remixed I Break Horses

August 18, 2011

Sweet remix by Tom Rowlands!