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Song of the Week: “The Scene Between” by The Go! Team

The song I cannot stop listening to this week is “The Scene Between” by the Englihs band The Go! Team featuring a gospel choir, distorted guitars, and oddball samples.  You can watch the trippy video below.

Song of the Week: “Loud Places” by Jamie xx (feat. Romy Madley Croft)

The song is called “Loud Places” but the track by Jamie xx (nom de plume of English producer/remix artist Jamie Smith) is not loud at all.  The bass is heavy, but the vocals by The xx bandmate Romy Madley Croft are soothing, uplifting, almost gospel. I just want to dive in and live in the world the music creates.

Song of the Week: “Chinatown” by Girlpool

Gorgeous harmonies and spare instrumentals highlight the single “Chinatown” by Girpool, a two woman band from Philadelphia by way of Los Angeles.

Song of the Week: “Go” by Public Service Broadcasting

Public Service Broadcasting is the London-based duo of J. Willgoose, Esq. and Wrigglesworth who attempt “teach the lessons of the past through the music of the future” by combining archival audio clips with their music.  This track from their new album The Race for Space is called “Go!”

Song of the Week: “Shame” by Young Fathers

Young Fathers, the Scottish hip-hop trio from Edinburgh, make a return appearance to Song of the Week with their new single “Shame.”

 

Song of the Week: “Violet Clementine” by Lady Lamb

The second song of the week comes from indie folk rocker Lady Lamb (stage name for Maine’s own Aly Spaltro) with a track off her new album After (stream in entirety here).

This is Lady Lamb’s second appearance on Song of the Week, previously appearing for her track “Rooftop” in January 2013.

Song of the Week: “Boys Latin (Andy Stott Remix)” by Panda Bear

I failed to post a Song of the Week last week, so this week will have two.  First up is “Boys Latin” by electronic artist Panda Bear (a.k.a. Noah Benjamin Lennox) as remixed by Andy Stott.  According to All Songs Considered, the remix “strips out nearly all the voices and locates the darkest parts of the song.”

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