Posts Tagged ‘Of Montreal’

January 18, 2018

I can’t seem to get enough of this new of Montreal today. It’s oodles of fun and insanely catchy, plus it’s impossible to resist the urge to get up and dance. The Athens, Georgia veterans just announced a new album today named White Is Relic/Irrealis Mood, due out March 9th on Polyvinyl. Paranoiac Intervals/Body Dysmorphia is their first single. It’s a squishy, wonky whirlwind of a dance funk and psych funk spectacular, perfect for dancing up a storm to. I even love the new artwork of Montreal has unveiled for their new album. Pre-order White is Relic/Irrealis Mood, here.

OFFICIAL VID: of Montreal – She Ain’t Speakin’ Now

January 28, 2014

Off last year’s album Lousy With Sylvianbriar is the rustic, country flavored of Montreal tune She Ain’t Speakin’ Now. Watch the washed out, lo-fi visuals the indie rockers from Georgia just released today for the very throwback sounding rock song which alternates between very soothing moments and very crunching, energetic segments.

OFFICIAL VID: of Montreal – She Ain’t Speakin’ Now

January 28, 2014

Off last year’s album Lousy With Sylvianbriar is the rustic, country flavored of Montreal tune She Ain’t Speakin’ Now. Watch the washed out, lo-fi visuals the indie rockers from Georgia just released today for the very throwback sounding rock song which alternates between very soothing moments and very crunching, energetic segments.

Rockin’ new Of Montreal tune

August 14, 2013

Georgia indie rockers Of Montreal unveiled the second preview off coming album Lousy With Sylvianbriar on Rolling Stones. She Ain’t Speaking Now is superbly rocking and heavy on psychedelic guitars after an initial expected hushedness. It’s certainly some of Of Montreal’s most energetic classic sounding 60’s throwback material. Lousy With Sylvianbriar comes out on October 8 via Polyvinyl Records.

Rockin’ new Of Montreal tune

August 14, 2013

Georgia indie rockers Of Montreal unveiled the second preview off coming album Lousy With Sylvianbriar on Rolling Stones. She Ain’t Speaking Now is superbly rocking and heavy on psychedelic guitars after an initial expected hushedness. It’s certainly some of Of Montreal’s most energetic classic sounding 60’s throwback material. Lousy With Sylvianbriar comes out on October 8 via Polyvinyl Records.

February 8, 2013
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Time to end the days’ shares (for now) with something beautiful. Kishi Bashi’s wistful A Sunday Smile is a spectacular cover of Beriut with extra layers of lush chamber pop. The fantastic strings on this just take me far away. The expressiveness of the always morphing track is incredible. From the romanticism of the lush strings, it moves into the playfulness of a plucky banjo. The artist behind the complex solo act is K Ishibashi, who’s also the founding member of Jupiter One and tours with Of Montreal and Regina Spektor. Obviously a masterful instrumentalist and producer, I can only imagine how he sounds live. Of course, we must listen to the original Beirut song after that. I must say though, I do miss the horns on the cover. Me and horns. Sigh.

February 8, 2013
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Time to end the days’ shares (for now) with something beautiful. Kishi Bashi’s wistful A Sunday Smile is a spectacular cover of Beriut with extra layers of lush chamber pop. The fantastic strings on this just take me far away. The expressiveness of the always morphing track is incredible. From the romanticism of the lush strings, it moves into the playfulness of a plucky banjo. The artist behind the complex solo act is K Ishibashi, who’s also the founding member of Jupiter One and tours with Of Montreal and Regina Spektor. Obviously a masterful instrumentalist and producer, I can only imagine how he sounds live. Of course, we must listen to the original Beirut song after that. I must say though, I do miss the horns on the cover. Me and horns. Sigh.

OFFICIAL VID: Of Montreal – Feminine Effects feat. Rebecca Cash

November 29, 2012

The alternate version of Of Montreal’s tune Feminine Effects has a new amazing video to accompany it. This version features Rebecca Cash on lead vocals, delivering extra stunning bluesy, honky tonk feel to the track. The original, dreamier version was on a split side with Deerhoof on Record Store Day back in April. 

The more psychedelic version without Rebecca Cash:

OFFICIAL VID: Of Montreal – Feminine Effects feat. Rebecca Cash

November 29, 2012

The alternate version of Of Montreal’s tune Feminine Effects has a new amazing video to accompany it. This version features Rebecca Cash on lead vocals, delivering extra stunning bluesy, honky tonk feel to the track. The original, dreamier version was on a split side with Deerhoof on Record Store Day back in April. 

The more psychedelic version without Rebecca Cash:

OFFICIAL VID: Solange – Losing You

October 2, 2012

Beyonce’s little sister Solange is more often than not ignored by the mainstream audience, but she’s far more fond of the indie scene anyway, having worked with various indie artists in the past (one of the most memorable ones being Chromeo). She has a new single coming out titled Losing You, and it’s co-written and produced by none other than Dev Hynes, aka Blood Orange. The B-side to the single features a collaboration with Of Montreal’s Kevin Barnes. I’ll be on the lookout for it. See? I told you she loves the indie scene. Here’s the new video clip to go along with the single. It’s a very catchy pop R&B tune. She sure has a very different style compared to her megastar sister. It can’t be that easy being Beyonce’s little sis, but it looks and sounds like Solange is doing just fine with her first new release in a few years.