Vinyl Cut Prose: “Free Falling,” Florrie

Sirens Round Two: “Free Falling” … English Channel tunage courtesy of Florrie #getgravitational   First seven seconds hit: and it feels like taking a little something to channel loose wires…   Free falling… it’s like I’m free… falling… it’s a change of course Here I am, I sing the verse, sing the verse, sing the…

Vinyl Cut Prose: “Home,” Jess Glynne

British tones. Angeles tempos. That’s the point. That you can come to the light amidst darkness, create an echo in the silence. Basilisk beats, She wanders. Homeward-bound, London found in lost Angeles. Visceral. The vocals emerge from serpent strings, Valkyries returned on ravens wings, crooning tales to be told of once-lived dreams. Jess sings the…

ADIMAS :: In Memoriam: Justice’s “Civilization”

On this of all days, it’s important that we take time to remember those we’ve lost en route to creating a more profitable union… that gated community upon the dollar bill *a moment of silence for civilization* #alldayimemeaboutscene Culture – Commerce = Civilization From Brazil’s Christ Redeemer to B.o.B, Stonehenge to the endless Sk8er Boi…

Play of the Day: Clockwork Orchestra – “Mummer”

Clockwork Orchestra is a quirky electronic band led by Irish oddball Mango. His songs sound something like broken toys, miserable old men, vintage children’s TV shows, rotting fish, burning plastic and digital clown nightmares. Clockwork Orchestra is a blueprint citrus symphonic. Hailing from Dublin with a sound hearkening to a soundtrack of life cinematic –…

Music Monday: 40 Reasons, #40 – M.I.A.’s “Born Free”

Maya Arulpragasam cemented iconographic status last decade as the brazen bamboo banga – the staple sound of subwoofers from Sri Lanka to Santa Monica. She laid out her vision for this decade in music in NME magazine – the running theme of which was, “whatever they did last decade: don’t.” M.I.A.’s Arular and Kala play…