Junip + Minks + Peter Broderick + Colleen

Posted by Jakub

I haven’t been this excited about a Jose Gonzalez song since Heartbeats came out, its like he took a Kings Of Convenience song on a psychedelic drive.

One artist I keep searching for is Minks, its the perfect mixture of goth, lo-fi and 80’s revival. This song even sparks up memories of a late night good time on the shore and not just bedroom dance party.

If Peter Broderick keeps releasing then i’ll keep posting his material, one of my favorites of his genre. Has anyone seen him live? i’m sure it must be relaxing and heart wrenching at the same time. This song gets soo intense, he was made to make soundtracks I swear, i’d trust him with the task over many that are in that business.

An oldie for some, I sometimes love to put on this Colleen album, it brings me back to when this and Mum felt really fresh in my ears.

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Dylan Abbott says:

September 23, 2010 at 1:55 pm

Peter Broderick is one of the best live shows I’ve ever seen. It’s a solo act, with lots of instruments and lots of live looping, and he’s always managed to surprise and delight me with what he does. I can’t recommend it highly enough.


NAVIS says:

September 23, 2010 at 3:07 pm

Ok I just became a DJ suddenly and was playing the Junip track and forgot it was playing and started playing one of the Nueva tracks posted below and for a few minutes they meshed perfectly until the beat got slightly off and I was like WTf. But at the moment… there was unison and it was pretty sweet.


Jesse says:

September 24, 2010 at 2:12 pm

WOW Peter Broderick blows my mind again…that song IS sooo intense, I must have listened to it 15 times at work the last couple of days. Thanks Jakub.


Cort says:

September 29, 2010 at 8:05 am

Ah, ok… Jose Gonzales did vocals on a few Zero 7 tracks, that’s how I recognize him. Very distinctive voice. “Today” would be a completely different song without him.

I dig.