Posts Tagged ‘Rubblebucket’

May 30, 2018

Brooklyn’s genre-defying indie quartet Rubblebucket lifts our spirits this month with news of a new album entitled Sun Machine, out August 24th via Grand Jury Music. And they’ve already shared an endearing first peek into the full length by way of a video for their wistful, supple new single Fruity, replete with smoky horns and honeyed vocals. It’s a dreamy yet buoyant gem with a lusciously plucky rhythm and a soft lissome, light fluttering drawl. Our love for Rubblebucket is more than renewed by this chamber pop imbued single, and now we really can’t wait to hear Sun Machine, which can be pre-ordered, here. Fruity is available as a single, here.

February 13, 2017
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 02.10.2017 – 02.12.2017

Featured music – February 10-12, 2017

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February 11, 2017

We’re bathed by a torrent of helter-skelter exhilaration and delirium as Rubblebucket member Alex Toth continues to regale us with splendid tunes from his self titled debut album as Alexander F. The guest talent studded release features this vibrant dashing tune Call Me Pretty, a scratchy thrusting, heady pulsating mixture of garage rock and scuzzy pop that features New Zealand’s Kimbra on guest vocals. The cameos don’t stop there. Call Me Pretty boasts Delicate Steve on guitar, Dandy McDowell on bass, and Noah Rubin on drums. You can watch Alex rocking out to the song in the fresh new video for the tune. Alexander F’s debut album is available now on Spotify and Bandcamp

January 24, 2017
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 01.23.2017

Feature Selections – January 17th, 2017

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January 24, 2017
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Aside from the role he plays in long time IHM praised Brooklyn band Rubblebucket, Alex Toth has also been quite busy with a solo project named Alexander F, from which comes second single Soft Coffins. Sawing guitars are met by punchy drums and whimsical vocals on this melodic dallying, vibrant lifting carousel ride, an instant earworm and a lustrous dazzler indeed. Alexander F’s forthcoming debut album is sure to be a scintillating treat. It even features Perfect Pussy, Here We Go Magic, Kimbra, Skaters, and more as guests. The self titled record is set to arrive on February 10th via So Sensation Records.

October 29, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 10.25.2016 – 10.26.2016

Featured music – October 25-26, 2016

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October 26, 2016
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It’s been a very long time since Rubblebucket’s music has graced the pages of IHM. They make a long awaited return with brassy chic single, Donna. The Brooklyn five piece will be releasing a new EP named U C My Enemies on January 20th, and they’ve also announced a slew of winter tour dates including a New Years Eve show. Now that’s how you make a highly anticipated comeback! I can’t help but find Donna’s dreamy opulent, psychedelic dazzling indie pop irresistible. They seem to throw in everything into this woozy, flowery mix… be it resplendent jazz, disco funk, or retro soul. Head over to Rubblebucket’s website for more details about their impending tour.

September 10, 2014
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This is one of the more wonky and heady remixes I’ll be sharing with you today, and I love it, very much. Brooklyn indie five piece Rubblebucket’s Sound Of Erasing is my second favorite song off their recent album Survival Sounds. The brilliant Chrome Sparks has taken the artsy indie pop tune and created an other worldly, intoxicating experience out of it. If you’re not familiar with Sound Of Erasing, the off kilter sound in the beginning might throw you off in the beginning, but let the music wash over you, and you’ll find yourself drifting in some deep, profound, hidden recesses of your mind as the song progresses. It’s spacious and oddly foreign, yet so satisfying. 

August 22, 2014
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Whenever I think of The M Machine, I’m brought back to their noon set at Outside Lands Music Festival two years ago. It was one of the most killer, energetic sets I’ve ever caught that early at a festival. I just recall briskly walking, almost running, over to the stage after entering to catch the San Francisco electronic act, and watching the crowd get down, big time. We haven’t heard from them for awhile now, but this week, they surfaced with a remix of Brooklyn indie pop five piece Rubblebucket’s Sound Of Erasing. On the remix, they retain Rubblebucket’s very artsy and style. In fact, they add to that unique, quirky allure with their off kilter bleeps and sugary playfulness. It’s a bizarrely good blend of indie electronic sound, proving The M Machine’s musical prowess and envelope pushing skills.

August 22, 2014
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Whenever I think of The M Machine, I’m brought back to their noon set at Outside Lands Music Festival two years ago. It was one of the most killer, energetic sets I’ve ever caught that early at a festival. I just recall briskly walking, almost running, over to the stage after entering to catch the San Francisco electronic act, and watching the crowd get down, big time. We haven’t heard from them for awhile now, but this week, they surfaced with a remix of Brooklyn indie pop five piece Rubblebucket’s Sound Of Erasing. On the remix, they retain Rubblebucket’s very artsy and style. In fact, they add to that unique, quirky allure with their off kilter bleeps and sugary playfulness. It’s a bizarrely good blend of indie electronic sound, proving The M Machine’s musical prowess and envelope pushing skills.