Experimental producer/rapper Flying Lotus, aka Captain Murphy, was handed the Sub Phatty, a new subtractive analog synthesizer created by Moog Music, and was told to have at it.
Toro Y Moi is still Toro Y Moi. His third album expands his range and his vocal commitment, but stays close to his chillwave comfort zone.
Dutch producer Tiësto remixed Passion Pit's lighthearted track "Carried Away."
Directed by Matt Yoka, Ty Segall's video for "Thank God for Sinners," is strictly uncomfortable to watch. This odd, flesh-filled film is the perfect pair to Segall's garage-punk style.
Fresh from Brooklyn, NY comes Snowmine, a lush, five-piece indie-pop band, who have been breaking it down since 2001. With layered instruments their sound is more musical than lyrical, producing a high quality sound.
Tamaryn have managed to hit that sweet spot on Tender New Signs, creating an album sounding unique, and still 100% shoegaze.
Untogether sounds as disjointed as its production history, and it is simply too chill to be inspiring.
Over the weekend electro-indie producer Bonobo premiered the first single off his forthcoming album on Giles Peterson’s BBC Radio 6 show.
Alex Metric follows up his free Ammunition EP with a few new tracks and some talented remixes. Interestingly, the remixes outdo his work and challenge his status as an in-demand remixer.
Indietronica outfit The Postal Service, following years of a dearth in any hope for releasing a new album, have recently updated their website and confirmed a spot at the 2013 Coachella festival.