Cemeteries – ‘Can You Hear Them Sing?’

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Kyle Reigle’s solo project Cemeteries is packed with icy cold dream pop that’s a little on the spooky side! The Portland-based artist has been lauded by YVYNYL, Portals, and KPSU radio. Take a listen to ‘Can You Hear Them Sing?’ and you’ll see why. ‘Barrow’ is out this week on digitaltape and green vinyl via Snowbeast/Track And Field Records.

 
Cemeteries – ‘Can You Hear Them Sing?’

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Pinkshinyultrablast Announce UK Tour And Single

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Pinkshinyultrablast will tour throughout the United Kingdom this September (kicking off at Liverpool Psych Fest) and continuing til the Rockaway Beach Festival in October (see details at FB). Plus, the Russian dream poppers have announced that a new single called ‘Kiddy Pool Dreams’ will be out on October 2 (via Club AC30). Perhaps it’ll be pressed on transparent, wee-yellow vinyl. Get it!? Kiddy pool. Okay… moving on. Earlier this month Pinkshiny’s hit up Red Bull for an interview and some live sessions, check that out below.

 
Pinkshinyultrablast – ‘Holy Forest’ [Live] (Redbull Stripped Sessions)

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The Churchill Garden Feat. Omega Vague – ‘Waking Up’

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Swiss solo artist Andy Jossi (aka The Churchhill Garden) has teamed up with Craig Douglas (Omega Vague) and Hideka for his latest single ‘Waking Up’ (free download). The eight minute dream popper blends chilled melodies with a cinematic feel. The slow building conclusion is a real highlight, epic work! Check out more of Andy’s work via his website here.

 
The Churchill Garden Feat. Omega Vague – ‘Waking Up’

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Thud – ‘Blank’

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There’s a constant bevy of brilliant noise coming out of Asia, and whilst Japan’s influence immediately springs to mind, China ain’t doing bad either! Case in point, Hong Kong five piece Thud, who recently released their debut EP ‘Floret‘ via White Noise Records. The five track collection features a remix by Max Bloom (of Yuck), whom they toured with earlier in the year. ‘Floret’ is predominately a new wave/dream pop collection that’s generous with melody and crisp production. The 80s-tinged jangle popper ‘Blank’ is a favourite…

 
Thud – ‘Blank’

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Appendixes – ‘Persian Rugs’

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Appendixes are back with a fresh EP called ‘Fantasy’, out next week via Track And Field Records! The first single ‘Persian Rugs’ takes their lo-fi dreaminess to new horizons, as premiered via Sound Injections. The Portland-based trio last impressed with their ‘Everyday Use‘ EP back in January.

 
Appendixes – ‘Persian Rugs’

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Tamaryn – ‘Cranekiss’ [Video]

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Next month Tamaryn delivers album number three, ‘Cranekiss’ (via Mexican Summer). It’s stuffed full of dreamy vocals, woozy synths, and a handful of porno samples. Yes, you read that correctly. The Kiwi singer cleared that up during an interview with Billboard, along with a premiere of the new video for the title track (as below). It’ll be interesting to see how big of a stylistic leap the new album is from 2012’s ‘Tender New Signs’, we’ll find out on August 28.

 
Tamaryn – ‘Cranekiss’ [Video]

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