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Weekend Collection: Volume 9


Weekend Collection: Volume 9


Weekend Collection 9

Weekend Collection 9




Weekend Collection: Volume 9


“What is that song??” Every week, us regular working class  are plagued with the problems of forgetting. We hear an awesome song on-the-go, and promptly forget its name, or don’t bother to go buy it. Our Weekend Collection sorts out some of the quirky and innovative music that we have been treating our ears to over the last week. Anything that catches our fancy, and it’s on the list. Check it out!



 Bombay Bicycle Club – Feel

With three albums over the course of 2009-2011, this act has constantly changed its style and dynamics. The fourth LP sees some impeccable producing skills, along with all the fancy constructs and heavy percussive elements. However, the track Feel drives home a moot point of emotive repetition that makes the album so intense.


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Mogwai – The Lord is out of Control

With their eighth studio album, Rave Tapes, the Scottish post-rockers have veered in another direction. With a scintillating 10-track record that even most Mogwai fans will take some time getting used to, the album closer finishes off the album in style. A music video for the song, directed by Antony Crook, soundtracks the mysterious story of a dance instructor.


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God is an Astronaut – Exit Dream

Off their latest album, this sound represents a new side of the band. With distorted, dreamy vocals thrown into the mix of their usual upbeat post-rock vibes, the album reels in a new direction completely. A distinct melody that branches off into similar sounding ones, this song takes you on myriad journeys of the inner mind.


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Paralights – Whales + Ocean Floors  

The album opener for well-known Mumbai indie producer Ayan De’s first solo project is quite a track. Off the aptly titled “Scores for your Background”, the famed producer is looking to take things live, collaborating with Suraj Manik (ex-Rosemary) on bass, and Jash Reen (ex-Descarta) on loops and on-stage live production.

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Tom Day and Moonsoonsiren – Love is Rare  

Tom Day, Phd student in Melbourne, teams up with local youth talent Moonsiren for a mammoth album recorded in a flurry of electronic. With the album primarily showcasing Moonsiren’s vocal skills, don’t miss out on Tom Day’s interestingly arranged compositions too.

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Your Chin – Fingerprints and Mugshots

Off the new and immensely popular EP, Scatter Nature, this track echoes a melancholic vibe with subdued percussive patterns. Solo project of the Sky Rabbit frontman, one can see how certain wistful images and dreamy emotions have been carried on in the sound. The song has recently featured in Dualist Inquiry’s compilation “Subterra”.

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