Aa (“Big A little a”) hail from Booklyn and have been going at it for the last six years. Time to breakout, no? This track, “Mossy,” is from a recent European-only 12-inch. It’ll also appear on a forthcoming full-length, due later this year.
• Aa: http://www.sleeep.com/aa
“The Night You Left New York”
Western Vinyl is set to release Slow Six’s Tomorrow Becomes You January 26. And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for… a quote from The Wire!!
Listening is like slipping into a warm aural bath…Tignor’s beguiling compositions move seamlessly through several stages of development, often ending up somewhere distant from where they appeared to be headed at the outset.
The Illustrated Garden is the punchiest, most lyrically direct set of songs the band has released to date. The songs are unmistakably Radar Brothers, but the Treichel/Hussey rhythm section often pushes them in unexpected directions.
Look for the album March 23 via Merge.
Be warned: you might have to sit through a shitty ad first.
“Like I Can”
Tell your folks: Secret Machines have released “Like I Can” as a digital single.
• Secret Machines: http://thesecretmachines.com
Bomb The Bass
Tim Simenon a/k/a Bomb The Bass is back with a new album (produced in collaboration with Gui Boratto) whose accomplished songwriting and sonic scope belie the spontaneity with which it came together. The title says it all: Back to Light.
The first in a campaign which sees Bomb The Bass releasing four digital singles in four months, “The Infinites” (featuring longtime Bomb The Bass collaborator Paul Conboy on vocals) is without doubt one of the standout tracks on the album. The single also features stellar remix contributions from Extrawelt, Kwesachu (Micachu & Kwes) and Mark E, essential cuts that raise the tempo and turn the melodic orginal into pure dancefloor burners.