The first track off the new Russian Circles album Empros is dense, bleak, and sprawling. Listen and connect yourself to the autumnal node.
Put the “OM” in your somnolent Friday afternoon with this lengthy meditation from the Al Cisneros/Emil Amos powerhouse. It is the opening track off their 2009 album God is Good, out now on Drag City.
Infinitely defer your auricular discontent by putting Polvo on infinite repeat. This tune is a great place to start/end/continue. More words and sounds after the jump.
TOMORROW, Sun. Sept. 25, Low is coming to CC’s Armstrong theater. Tickets are $10 at the Worner Desk with a student ID, doors open at 6:30, and the show starts at 7:00. See you all there.
Low haven’t a blemish on their lengthy discography, and 2011′s C’mon holds its own (to say the least) against the best of their past eight LP’s. The band is bringing their soft-core to CC’s Armstrong Theater on Sunday, September 25th, thanks to KRCC. Until then, listen to C’mon‘s leading track–it will wash you clean.
Check out this cosmo-bursting opening track from The Field’s new album, Looping State of Mind.