Terror Bird

“Married Woman”

Terror Bird have a new LP out on Night People called Human Culture. Check out the opening track, “Married Woman,” with its front and center piano and throwback rhythm section. It took me a few listens to get hooked on this track, but there is a certain breezy, poppy appeal to the whole thing.

• Terror Bird: http://www.myspace.com/xterrorbirdx
• Night People: http://www.raccoo-oo-oon.org/np/

C Spencer Yeh

“In The Blink Of An Eye”

The prolific and – now that he’s making pop music – diverse C Spencer Yeh will release his new songwriting 7” March 15 on De Stijl Records. But what is songwriting, man? Taking hundred year old classical tropes concerning harmonic movement and condensing them into their simplest form within a rigid, segmented structure that lasts 2 to 4 minutes and is accompanied by repeated quad-beat percussive phrases? What isn’t songwriting? I wish C Spencer would answer these questions, and many more.

• C Spencer Yeh: http://www.dronedisco.com/
• De Stijl: http://www.facebook.com/pages/De-Stijl-Records/254039376413

Outer Space

“Bad Rubycon Sequent”

Emerald’s John Elliot, performing as Outer Space, gives us another pointilistic synth journey through outer space. Vangelis is pissed.

BAD RUBYCON SEQUENT by spectrumspools

Ponytail

“Easy Peasy”

Ponytail make music that we like.

The group’s latest, Do Whatever You Want All The Time, is due April 12 on We Are Free. (via P4k)

• Ponytail: http://chocolatelabinegypt.blogspot.com
• We Are Free: http://www.nowwearefree.com

Skeletons

“Grandma”

Skeletons’ new album, PEOPLE, is due April 26 on Shinkoyo/Crammed Discs. There’s a song called “Barack Obama Blues” on it. Another one’s called “Walmart and the Ghost of Jimmy Damour.” :)

• People: http://skeletonstv.tumblr.com
• Shinkoyo: http://shinkoyo.com
• Crammed Discs: http://crammed.be

  

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