Washed Out + James Murphy + Caribou + KBD
Posted by Jakub
Recently i’ve been finding a good amount of musicians having tour only releases which is great I think, this recently Washed Out one is full of great material, I hope it becomes a trend so musicians can recoup on the ongoing album download frenzy.
The new Ben Stiller movie Greenberg features a good portion of LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy doing the soundtrack, these tracks like Sleepy Baby always are the best, still hunting down one from the ending of the movie KIDS which I loved but never found out what it was.
Nite Jewel remixing the new Caribou single, a must hear.
A wonderful piece from Brooklyn’s Kyle Bobby Dunn, the drone expert has done it again with the perfect soundtrack for an afternoon nap.
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danronsto says:March 25, 2010 at 1:26 pm
Jakub, have you ever heard the album “Kryoniks” by swedish (I think) artist Henrik B. I think he is known for somewhat more tacky trancy material but my god, this “Kryoniks” album is ambient, unearthly stuff. Hit me up if you have not!
Kyle Bobby Dunn reminded me of that album… anyways. Great post.
Alex / HeadUp says:March 25, 2010 at 4:27 pm
Empty Gazing is one of the greatest ambient tracks I’ve ever heard, reading Pitchfork’s review of his Moodgadget release Fervency while listening to this paints the clearest possible picture of the zone Kyle enters.
DJ Hegemoney says:March 25, 2010 at 7:29 pm
I just saw Washed Out play last night with Small Black. He ended his set bringing Small Black on stage and Pictureplane came on too and they all killed four songs including and unreal version of Feel It All Around. It was great to have some Brooklyn flavor here in the AZ desert.
Jarson says:March 25, 2010 at 11:51 pm
^Hey I was there, too!
erik says:March 26, 2010 at 8:57 am
I thought Slint’s “Good Morning Captain” was at the end of the movie ‘KIDS’.
Anonymous says:March 28, 2010 at 9:37 pm
The KIDS track may be “Raise the Bells” by Folk Implosion.