This Indiecation playlist is inspired by the upcoming Primavera Sound Music Festival in Barcelona! These tracks consist of some of my favorite acts that are going to be at this festival, and that are sure to get you ready to spring into summer! Feel free to share! Continue reading
This past Friday, I caught Wild Nothing at the Regent in Downtown L.A. with Charlie Hilton. I was looking forward to seeing Charlie Hilton, as I am a big fan of her other band, Blouse. I have managed to see Wild Nothing at least once per year so far, and this was my second time seeing them perform this year, as I saw them just last month at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana. Continue reading
I’m seeing Wild Nothing perform three times this year. I saw them recently at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana, will be seeing them this Friday, May 20 at the Regent in L.A., and finally at Primavera Sound in Barcelona. I was also able to catch their free show with Roses at the Echoplex last year. So, it’s been established that I’m a fan!
When tracks like “Reichpop and “TV Queen” were leaked preceding the highly anticipated release of Life of Pause in February, it was clear that Wild Nothing would be staying true to their ’80’s inspired indie-rock sound, just more composed and evolved. Reichpop is a nod to minimalist composer Steve Reich, as it begins with a marimba counterpoint which carries through the entire syncopated song. One of my favorite moments in the album in the moment where Reichpop drops to just bass, marimba, and wailing synth around minute 4.
The album cover suggests a keyhole look into a ’70’s inspired, semi-surreal home, as the Wild Nothing website currently features “To Know You” with Jack Tatum walking endlessly through said room. Continue reading
Do you ever find yourself feeling comforted by a song that has a dark side, or seems slightly eerie? Yeah? No? Maybe it’s just me. But now that Mercury is in retrograde again, this playlist is just dying to be posted.
Take a listen! You might just find yourself oddly comforted.
What song strangely comforts you? Leave it in the comment!
Here’s a playlist that encourages me to express myself freely and truly embody courageous vulnerability. Please enjoy & share!