Tag Archive: Alternative

Diggin’ This: Evan Geesman – “Take a Chance”

  Santa Ana, California producer Evan Geesman fuses laidback and sun-bleached acoustic singer-songwritery with the sensibilities of the Los Angeles beat scene.       Track of the day.   Evan Geesman –… Continue reading

Diggin’ This: Jordan Bratton ft Chance the Rapper – “Prisoner”

  Love this new one from Weehawken, New Jersey’s Jordan Bratton featuring Chance the Rapper.     That Strawberry Fields organ right at the beginning.   Jordan Bratton ft Chance the Rapper – “Prisoner”    … Continue reading

Diggin’ This: Jesse and Forever – “Good Morning!”

  Cali-born and Brooklyn-based, Jesse Scheinin weaves a magically warm beach blanket of sound with his band Jesse and Forever‘s brand new track “Good Morning!”         Completely diggin’ this alt-psyche-soul-jazz… Continue reading

Hugh – “I Can’t Figure You Out” (Fever Trails Remix) (Free Download)

  Cape Town’s Fever Trails strips down London four-piece Hugh‘s alt-R&B jam “I Can’t Figure You Out” and sets it to a wafting, woodblock, barely-there beat.       Love that shivering acoustic guitar… Continue reading

Open Mike Eagle – “A History of Modern Dance” (Official Video)

  “First step is intention…”   Love this new track and Cosby Show-riffin’ video from Chicago-born, LA-based rap artist Open Mike Eagle.       Love, too, these squealing synth strings that open… Continue reading

Bibio – “Dye The Water Green” (Live) (Official Video)

Warp Records, you are good to us. This live version of “Dye the Water Green” by West Midlands, UK musician Bibio is some much needed Friday afternoon chill.       From Bibio… Continue reading

The Noise Figures – “Out Of Your Mind” (Official Video)

Greek garage rock duo The Noise Figures‘ “Out of Your Mind” slightly sounds like a slightly slowed-down and slightly sleepy “Fell in Love with a Girl” by the White Stripes. My favorite tune… Continue reading

The Moth & The Flame – “Sorry”

Provo, Utah-via-Los Angeles three-piece The Moth & The Flame parlay perfectly formed bass tones and driving psyche stomps and strums with “Sorry.”   The Moth & The Flame – “Sorry”      … Continue reading