Indie Landscapes

Indie Landscapes – January 30, 2016

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Playlist

0006188761_10Featuring music from Alex Calder (Edmonton, Alberta) with a track off the recent Covers EP via Bandcamp. Forward thinking art-rock duo Field Music, highlighting one of my favorite tracks off their new album Commontime via Memphis Industries. Polyvinyl electronic artist Pillar Point pointing out my personal choice well-liked cut off the new album Marble Mouth. London’s outfit Fat White Family return with their new album Songs For Our Mothers via Fat Possum. Introducing four-piece The Poolhall Riots (Halifax, Nova Scotia) with my select track off their debut s/t 5-track EP via Bandcamp. Proficient California artist Ty Segall returns with a new phenomenal full-length titled Emotional Mugger via Drag City. Closing the segment with a track from Rüfüs Du Sol (Sydney, Australia) off the new album Bloom via Sweat It Out!

https://www.facebook.com/AlexCaldermusic/

https://alexcalder.bandcamp.com/

http://www.field-music.co.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/fieldmusic

http://pillarpointmusic.com/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pillar-Point/458995940840964?fref=ts

https://www.facebook.com/FatWhiteFamily

https://fatwhitefamily.bandcamp.com/

https://www.facebook.com/thepoolhallriots

https://thepoolhallriots.bandcamp.com/

http://ty-segall.com/

https://www.facebook.com/Ty-Segall-268287955622/

https://www.facebook.com/rufussounds

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Alex CalderCrest (Stereolab Cover)Covers EPBandcamp
Field MusicHow Should I Know If You've Changed?CommontimeMemphis Industries
Pillar PointUndergroundMarble MouthPolyvinyl
Fat White FamilyWhitest Boy On The BeachSongs For Our MothersWithout Consent/Fat Possum Records
The Poolhall RiotsNakanoPoolhall Riots EPBandcamp
Ty SegallEmotional Muggers/Leopard PriestessEmotional MuggerDrag City
R¼füs Su SolLike An AnimalBloomSweat It Out!/Foreign Family Collective

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