Posted on October 8th, 2013 (10:23 am) by Nick Manai
A year after the excellent Light Up Gold, Parquet Courts return with an EP full of the same slacker moralizing and early Pavement indie rock. But if you think they have nothing sincere to say, watch out the stoners on the futon might jump up and surprise you.
Brighton, UK was central to the development of drum and bass in the 1990's. Over a decade later, some time after the drum and bass and jungle fell out of vogue, Brighton producer Eagles for Hands is relocating a new sound to the cozy villa of the UK, one which is noticeably more American in its sources.