Posts Tagged ‘Eskimeaux’

best of the weekAnother bumper round-up of new releases for you this morning. From the return of The Kills to Sturgill Simpson to the always brilliant Black Mountain by way of BEAK>. Ten new tracks – enjoy!

  1. Sturgill Simpson – Brace For Impact (Live A Little)
  2. Black Mountain – Florian Saucer Attack
  3. BEAK> – Timeshare
  4. Mitski – Your Best American Girl
  5. The Kills – Doing It To Death
  6. Fear Of Men – Island
  7. Eskimeaux – WTF
  8. Littler – Phantom Limb
  9. Yung – Pills
  10. Greys – No Star

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apologies for the uninspiring heading. However, with time against us and a plethora of new tracks from some of our favourite artists piling up in our in-box we’ve decided to lump them all together and share five new tracks in one go.

So without further ado, enjoy new music from Future of the Left, William Fitzsimmons, Teleman, September Girls and Eskimeaux.

How good is that?

 

 

 

 

 

Here are a few more new videos that we’ve been enjoying ready for your viewing pleasure. Dive into new offerings from J Fernandez, Eskimeaux, Blitzen Trapper, Drenge, Destruction Unit, The Hanging Stars, Bully and Valley Maker.

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New Single From Eskimeaux

Posted: May 1, 2015 in Indie, Music, Pop, Rock
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We’ve previously shared Eskimeaux’s I Admit I’m Scared, an excellent track of infectiously meandering, beat-driven, bedroom pop.

She has now offered up Sparrow the latest single from her forthcoming album O.K. and it is another gem of indie goodness with sweetly poetic vocals swept along on the back of tribal percussion and understated guitars.

Stream it, and her previous single the uptempo Broken Necks below.

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MM Shorts 686: Eskimeaux

Posted: April 1, 2015 in Indie, Music, Pop, Rock
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Eskimeaux is the recording project of songwriter and producer Gabrielle Smith.

Smith started using the moniker in 2007, releasing experimental and noise albums through 2010, and developing the sound over the years into the realm of more structured songwriting as is evident in her new album, O.K.

I Admit I’m Scared is the second single of poetic bedroom indie from the record and it is a gem of elegant, simply crafted songwriting.

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