Archives for the month of: September, 2010

I don’t know much about Fox Hands, well he does makes great music….but according to his website he also draws comics strips, writes children’s books AND is one half of a record/comic book combo for children called Robbert Bobbert and the Bubble Machine (hmm…..interesting you say).

Anywho his music under the moniker Fox Hands is great experimental lo-fi pop. It sounds like colourful waves crashing on the shore, gradually making their way up the beach towards unassuming beach go-ers.

You can grab his EP ‘Peoplenoswan’ from bandcamp here for free, or you can support the artist and flick him a few dow-llars… your call

Fox Hands Myspace

Fox Hands – Branches

Described by Flying Lotus as “timeless, incredible filth”, Gonjasufi‘s back with a remix album to go hand in hand with his incredibly unique debut ‘A Sufi and a Killer’. His voice is so bizarre and awesome, it transcends anything I’ve heard before…

I’m really excited about this release, his debut is up their with the best of the year. With remixes from Bibio, Oneohtrix Point Never, Bears In Heaven, Mark Pritchard and Broadcast this was a no brainer always bound for the stars. A diverse album of psychedelic and down right weird remixes to put a smile on any fans dial…..p

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Myspace

Gonjasufi – Candylane (Bibio Remix)

Gonjasufi – She’s Gone (Oneohtrix Point Never Remix)

Gonjasufi – The Caliph’s Tea Party (Broadcast & The Focus Group ‘DedNd’ Remix)

I’m in love with these guys and their cosmic beats. Their debut album, ‘She Was Coloured In’, has just launched itself into the universe, thanks to our friends at Planet Mu, and its nothing short of amazing!

Their music sounds so familiar, yet so different. At times its delicate and melodic and others heavily layered with synths and effects, yet it still manages to sound so organic. One thing’s for sure… their music is super visual, conjuring up images from another world, it’s definitely a sound scape worth exploring.

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Solar Bears Myspace

Solar Bears – Children of the Times

Solar Bears – Primary Colours at the Back of My Mind

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