Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Sea Cycles

Sea Cycles describe themselves as a "Jacksonville based psych-wave experiment".

Released earlier this summer, What We Came For is a five track first listen into the band.


Monday, October 15, 2012

Akashic Broadcast

Stay tuned for another broadcast on 12.12.12.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Euglossine - Floridian Abstract

Ever since I met Tristian Whitehill he has been engulfed by music. He is an important part of the Gainesville music community, always collaborating with musicians -- and artists like The Church of Holy Colors -- and is frequently organizing or attending shows around town, supporting and building the scene.While currently lending his creativity and time to Gainesville bands Levek and MSNRA, he has continued to release a steady flow of music under Euglossine. In March he released Jewel Hunter Geomancy on Rotifer.

Euglossine has most recently released a cassette with Housecraft entitled Floridian Abstract. Both releases expand upon quickly evolving structures with an emphasis on sonic detail found with his efforts for Orchal & Vir's Elestial Sound release. The familarness may be do to the fact that Floridian Abstract is snippets of unreleased material from the past two years. I anxiously anticipate what will come next with Euglossine.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Young Adult

Young Adult is a five piece band from Tallahassee. I got a chance to see them perform last weekend at the Outlet Benefest. Their live set was great, very together, and their seven-track release Aporia is worth obtaining. Spirit Cat collective's James Martin, whom you may know from Oh Fortuna or Aircraft, interviewed members of Young Adults recently.


Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Sea Camp

Sea Camp is a new project by Chelsey Bomar. Chelsey has made music under the name Swan Spells for years. As I understand it, Swan Spells is expanding to be a full band, and Sea Camp will be a place for solo experimentation.


Thursday, August 2, 2012

Off Balance Atlas - Vivid Transformation

Off Balance Atlas has just released Vivid Transformation. Thanks to Tiny Waves for the tip on this, read Steve Head's words on the album over there.

Forrest (Off Balance Atlas) use to be a part of the Tallahassee scene but months ago moved to New Orleans and has started the uploading photos to his Pyramid Prisim Tumblr.


Wednesday, August 1, 2012

New Praything EP

Today Ju Kovacevich, the mastermind behind the band Praything, has released Her Skin Caught the Glow EP; it is Praything's first official release since 2010's Born EP.

While a few songs on Born had percussion, the new EP is far more beat driven. Ju also drops the use of guitar on Her Skin Caught the Glow completely, other than a textural guitar riff by Ghost Fields' JP Wright on "A Million Lives". Amongst JP and the rest of the crew who aided Ju in this release include singer Sam Moss from Hundred Waters.

You can download Her Skin Caught the Glow EP for free on Bandcamp, but for all the work that went into it, I'm sure Ju would gladly accept a buck or two.

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