Susanne Sundfør - Ten Love Songs Operators - EP 1 Midnight Magic - Walking the Midnight Streets Hot Chip - Made in the Dark Reagenz - The Periodic Table Lnrdcroy - Much Less Normal Wax Stag - II Neu Balance - Rubber Sole Project Pablo - I Want To Believe Braille - Everyone's Crazy Bjørn Torske - Nedi Myra Dosh & Ghostband - Def Kith Percussions - 2011 until 2014 Dan Deacon - Gliss Riffer Dude Energy - Dude Energy Panda Bear - Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper Darkside - Psychic Jon Hopkins - Immunity Teen Daze - A World Away José González - Vestiges & Claws Låpsley - Understudy EP Tame Impala - Innerspeaker i am robot and proud - the electricity in your house wants to sing The Knife - Silent Shout Tycho - Past is Prologue
Not sure if anyone cares about this or not but my copy of the Sandrider/Kinski split came with a download for a Good To Die Records compilation. It is 1 track from each of the 14 releases they have put out. If you are interested first come first serve:
I'm not going to jump on this because I'm still going to order that split but hell yeah to sharing!
After years of the Los Angeles party lifestyle and subsequent drug addiction, Ebert broke up with his then-girlfriend, moved out of his house, and spent some time in rehab. During this time, he developed Edward Sharpe, his alter ego. "I don't want to put too much weight on it, because in some ways it's just a name that I came up with. But I guess if I look deeper, I do feel like I had lost my identity in general. I really didn't know what was going on or who I was anymore. Adopting another name helped me open up an avenue to get back." Ebert developed Sharpe into a messianic figure, saying "He was sent down to Earth to kinda heal and save mankind, but he kept getting distracted by girls and falling in love."