Saturday, December 31, 2011

Surfin Serf

Surfin Serf is a four-piece band from Orlando, Florida. They put a progressive/math rock twist on highly catchy pop melodies. They have released two sets of recordings on bandcamp, Surfin Serf Demo 2011a and No Meta. While I enjoy focusing on the art of the recording, it is important to note Surfin Serf have an incredible live set and need not to doctor up their recordings.

From their Myspace, they share "the surfin serf music band of orlando, florida became a four-piece in the summer of 2010. this current iteration is wet with afterbirth, and most-appropriate representations gradually surface. in the meantime, peruse the available relics, which remain available as indications of the strange beast which now hangs out on vietnamese streets".

Surfin Serf performing "Gingerbread".

Surfin Serf performing "Que Se Yo".

Orlando can catch Surfin Serf at the Orange You Glad Music Festival 2012 (March 8-11th) also featuring Grimes, Born Gold, Jane Jane Pollock, Dark Sea of Awareness, Cults, Tennis, Maximino, Everything is Terrible, Moodrings, Loud Valley, and many more.


Friday, December 30, 2011

Day Joy

Day Joy is an indie folk duo from Orlando, Florida. Just a few days ago they debuted with New Ordinary 7", a two-song release, highly impressive recordings. Hopefully we'll hear more from these guys in the future.

Download New Ordinary for free on bandcamp.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Red Sea

Red Sea is an indie rock band from Atlanta, Georgia.

Download Weird Problem for free on bandcamp.


Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Fruit Flesh

Fruit Flesh is the solo project of Jake Tobin from Tallahassee, Florida. On bandcamp, he describes his music as "a whirl of physical repulsion and a dizzy, higher awareness that sounds something like a glass plate matted in areas with soft erasure marks and odd meter". Expect a split release with fellow Tallahassee band Wingsuit soon through Wonder Beard.

Download both Guilty Exchange and Corrective Lenses for free on bandcamp.

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Monday, December 26, 2011


Qurious is an electronic duo from Atlanta, Georgia. Their first full-length, 2010's Planet Plant, is a narrative about aliens' adventure to Earth. Read an in-depth interview Qurious did with Chad Radford discussing influences, the live performance, musical background, and the concept behind Planet Plant on Crib Notes.

Below is a video for their song "Another Language", which is the first song to be released from their upcoming album.

Download Planet Plant for free from their bandcamp.


Thursday, December 22, 2011

The Church of Holy Colors Interview with Tiny Waves

Recently, Tiny Waves traveled to Gainesville to interview Evan Galbicka and Joey Fillastre, the artists running the Church of Holy Colors. For words by Steve Head and more photos, check out the original post on Tiny Waves' site.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

VIDEO: Sunflower Pagallo - Bee Keeper

Following the release of Northern Direction, Sunflower Pagallo has released a video for the closing track of the album, "Bee Keeper". The video was filmed and edited by the band.

Download the album for free from this link or on bandcamp.

Friday, December 16, 2011

VIDEO: Prince Rama - Summer of Love

Check out Prince Rama's new video for "Summer of Love" off of the new Paw Tracks release Trust Now.


Monday, December 12, 2011

Sunflower Pagallo

Sunflower Pagallo is the new project of Sydney Lane and Eddie Roqueta (Forest Clay). Their debut, Northern Direction began as acoustic songs written by Sydney; Eddie produced the album, layering drums and other instruments.

Download Northern Direction for free off bandcamp.


Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Hundred Waters

Hundred Waters is a new band from Gainesville, Florida, featuring Nicole Miglis and Trayer Tryon, as well as most members from Levek's previous live configuration. On Hundred Waters' upcoming album, they perfect a mix of electronic and acoustic elements. Read more about Hundred Waters on Tiny Waves.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Stag Hare

Stag Hare is the solo project of Garrick Biggs from Utah. Stag Hare is among a small hand full of artists on the up and coming label Inner Islands. Read an in-depth interview with Inner Islands founder Braden Mckenna on Tiny Waves.

I have been listening to Stag Hare's latest release, Spirit Canoes, frequently since I received it, highly recommended.

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