Arthur Ashin’s second album under the Autre Ne Veut moniker is called Anxiety for a reason. An R album at its core, under its beguiling blend of bubble gum refrains; dance floor-worthy production, and Ashin’s impeachable falsetto is a manic unrest. Something akin to a musical version of “holy crap you guys, we really need to eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow we will die.”
The Invisible's second album, Rispah, is a dark, claustrophobic-sounding follow-up to band's Mercury Prize-nominated self-titled debut from 2009. The 11-track song-cycle, completed with the passing of frontman Dave Okumu's mother in mind, features a wash of electronics swirled into the band's big-city grooves. The tunes stretch from the ambient hum of opener "A Particle of Love," to the guitar and voice anchored "Surrender" where Okumu warns, "This could destroy me" over an frenetic bass.
Tame Impala’s frontman Kevin Parker isn’t a mad scientist—he just plays one while at home in Perth between tours. “I’m inventing a surround-sound omni-guitar,” the Australian says of his off-duty activities, before catching himself and declining to say more. “It’s going to be awesome, trust me.”
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