Knock knock. It’s Lunar Vacation’s dream pop. INTERVIEW TIME!
We promised you some technicolor treats and promises are things we like to keep.
This winter was hard. Things slowed down. Darby Mae went into hibernation mode and our skin (and spirits) went too many days without sunshine. Luckily, those days have faded into oblivion and Slow Culture is back with new rays in our eyes. Everyone meet Cristóbal Rey, a Chilean-born, Berlin-based world traveler, multi-instrumentalist, analog-obsessed photographer, and dear friend of Miss DM.
And if we made one promise, we’ll make another: the time you spend reading this will be so much more fun and inspiriting than the time you’ll spend scrolling through your morning news or lunch time newsfeed of other people’s [otherwise mundane] lives. Enjoy 🙂
Loud, but subtle, Stereocrown will release their first EP Relaxing songs for your Cat at the end of February 2018.
We don’t remember if Ajai Combelic contacted us first or if it was the opposite. Whatever it could be, we’re sharing our pleasure today. Listen to him, listen to us.
Chastity Belt celebrated the launch of their new album “I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone” at The Crocodile in Seattle and we couldn’t resist to talk about the album and to show you material of this experience. Here is our (Jessica and Marc) collaborative review. Find Chastity Belt on Facebook, Bandcamp, and they might play near you in the future so check out their tour dates!
Brian Wilson is the band leader of The Beach Boys, the renowned surf music band who peaked in the mid-sixties. We focus today on Brian’s genius (even though he several times made clear that this affirmation made no sense) during his psychedelic period, judged by numerous to be one of the most interesting in modern music history.
Georgia Peach aka ggpeach is one of the many surprises Montreal brought us these last months (remember, when we interviewed SWEAT?). While reading this review, listen to the album on Bandcamp after having liked ggpeach on Facebook. Visit her webstite, too, and attend her forthcoming gigs.
When you come across a band with the name VACATIONS, your mind will likely drift off into that ethereal paradise of halcyon days before you actually remember to hit PLAY.