Top 5 Overlooked Albums of 2013: #3
Posted by Jakub
I saw Italian trio Soviet Soviet last week in Brooklyn, I was super attracted to the quickness of getting in and out of the hooky driving songs. They obviously have their similarities to old bands but they deliver it with youth and catchy basslines. I highly suggest checking out “No Lesson” first and then streaming the album
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KYLE says:November 22, 2013 at 5:32 am
you got me, had to buy it.
JF Ruest says:November 22, 2013 at 6:55 am
Have you listened to Traams? It sounds close to Soviet Soviet as for their inspirations. their forst album got a really good coverage in UK. http://traams.bandcamp.com/
Oro says:November 22, 2013 at 9:51 am
//Top 5 ‘REALLY OVERLOOKED’ albums of 2013//
Varg – Misantropen (Northern Electronics)
Recondite – Hinterland (Ghostly International)
Stanislav Tolkachev – Depth Of Light (M_REC LTD)
Blondes – Swisher (Rvng Intl.)
Dj Sprinkles – Queerifications And Ruins (Mule Musiq)
Steven Tang – Disconnect To Connect (Smallville)
Photodementia – Fig 04 (Photodementia/Rephlex)
Benjamin Brunn – Live At Golden Pudel Club (Pudel Produkte)
Alex says:November 24, 2013 at 2:59 am
That one went below my radar. Thanks for sharing. Such a great band. Cheers.
sixergixer says:November 24, 2013 at 3:07 pm
What a great discovery these guys are! Thanks for throwing them out there for us. I see a vinyl purchase in the very near future.
Jonathan says:November 25, 2013 at 4:55 am
jakub, don’t know if you already checked out dream chimney’s the slowness IV mixed by the beat broker on soundcloud, but there is one piece called disco beach by matamatic (thomas leer), the stuff this guy has on his soundcloud is by far the best I heard this year. I can’t recommend it enough.
Michael Gallegly says:December 3, 2013 at 3:41 pm
Damn, what a great album. Ecstasy and No Lesson are seriously blowing my brain up… Guitar and bass tones make me want to rethink everything I did in the band I was in for 3-4 years a while back.
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