Foxes In Fiction+Samps+Walls+L. Pollution

Posted by Jakub

Foxes In Fiction originally released his album Swung from the Branches by himself for free but recently has reissued it with 3 bonus tracks including this song Flashing Lights Have Ended Now. This weekend I got to see him play at the record store down the block from my house that is run by Mexican Summer, he played a great set that reminded me of Atlas Sound and Benoit Pioulard.

While I was in that record store the record shop guy put on this 12″ from The Samps which is a great mixture of some of my favorite genres all in one. It has that lo-fi sound that Lone brought back nicely while touching on a slow disco tempo to carry it along into something fresh sounding.

The Field never disappoints on remixes, this time he takes a stab at a label mates single, the original by Walls was great but at the 2:16 mark this remix becomes a Field classic.

Carpark as always is on a tear, cleaning up with the most exciting signings. Recently they signed Light Pollution who have already secured some lovely bill spots like Pitchfork’s After Party @ The Empty Bottle w/ Delorean + Glasser and opening for Neon Indian, look for them to squeeze onto more summer mixtapes.

7 Comments Leave A Comment


Alex Vance says:

June 29, 2010 at 1:36 pm

This is one of the best music roundups I’ve seen here, you really hit my aesthetic sense on the abstract sensibility. Good form, J.


chanel says:

July 7, 2010 at 6:19 pm

I’m a Montreal house music singer. and i love to rock. looking for something new and hip to quench you musical drought or tickle your drums?
i write all my own original songs and collaborate with many known Montreal producers and DJs. Something like you have never heard before. I guarantee and will make you dance.