Games+Lovelock+Surfer Blood+Quantec

Posted by Jakub

Oneohtrix Point Never is at it again, melting our ears with synth leads and nostalgia as Games, its like the best Saturday morning cartoon intro.

Tangerine Dream did wonders for 80’s film scores and musicians, Lovelock follows down that path with this spacey light hearted jam.

Twin Shadow how are you going to just rip one of the most popular guitar loops out of a Police song and have the balls to put your name on it?!

On the road i’ve been listening to a ton of older and newer techy Dub, it makes the mind numbing 10 hour a day drives go by abit less painful.

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Scott Owen says:

October 8, 2010 at 3:53 pm

The band Phoenix has been playing the Lovelock – Pino Grigio right before they began their set on their Wolfgang Amadeus tour…recognized it instantly… great track!


Stella says:

October 8, 2010 at 5:00 pm

i really like the quantec track. the photo is really cool. looks like somewhere my parents used to live…road was really dipped and would always be closed when the rain came.

how is the tour going anyway? missed them in costa mesa because my car got towed (yes, its true). any chance they will be coming back to california?


Clay says:

October 11, 2010 at 8:54 pm

Surfer blood truly is a huge rip off… and not just on that one song. Unfortunately, Kids eat it up. Awful band.


Games says:

December 7, 2010 at 6:08 am

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