NEW MUSIC: Public Service Broadcasting, tigerthief, Live Footage, To Destroy A City, Hollands, New Ambient Music
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Public Service Broadcasting: “Gagarin”
“Gagarin” is the first track taken from Public Service Broadcasting’s upcoming second album The Race For Space.
A brassy, funk-heavy theme track for Yuri Gagarin, the track reveals a new more playful side to the duo.
With a 6-piece brass section and 5-piece string section in tow, “Gagarin” signals a broadening of Public Service Broadcasting’s sound.
Probably one of the grooviest things you’ve seen this year.
tigerthief: “cinnamon luck”
Despite requests for more information, there is little known about tigerthief.
They are probably a duo and “cinnamon luck” was “written, recorded, shot, edited, mixed, mastered, and produced in 24 hours using a Sony TC-500A tape machine, a Canon 7D, two human brains, two cinnamon sticks, and one snow day.”
A mesmerizing, trippy track, you’ll love this if you go all misty-eyed at the thought of early Cocteau Twins.
Listen to some outstanding new ambient tracks and music by Live Footage, To Destroy a City and Hollands, AFTER THE JUMP...