SINGLES CRUISE

CARLY PARADIS – “THE CRUSHING WEIGHT OF HISTORY (FEATURING JONAS BJERRE OF MEW)”

Carly Paradis leaps from the world of soundtracks and stately neo-classical work into a collection of compositions that marry her inherently huge and vibrant classical work with electronic beats, synth arpeggios and a cast of vocalists who give words to some of the big themes in her work. For the pulsating “The Crushing Weight of …

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100 – “WEIGHTLESS”

Snarling, finger-pointing post-punk in the same vein of Rolling Blackouts, Fontaine DC and Idles, the Australian four-piece swing for the fences on this six minute opus of self-doubt, bad decisions and hometown malaise. “Weightless” features a driving rhythm section and a fist-in-the-air, smiling-through-kicked-in-teeth sing-along chorus. 100’s are a band to get excited about. 

LOU ROGAI – “ACCEPTANCE (SECOND MOVEMENT OF CATHEDRAL)

Backed by a brass and woodwind ensemble, Lou Rogai’s meditations on death and acceptance are expressed through a medieval and Gregorian dirge that sound as they are forever caught echoing through the halls of some monastic stronghold – a bastion of stillness in the heart of New York City. “Cathedral” processes Rogai’s memory of chance …

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