Tag: Rich Moses

Mundo Musique: Mina Tindle “Parades”

Mundo Musique: Mina Tindle “Parades”

French singer-songwriter Pauline de Lassus, aka Mina Tindle is, as my friend Laurence described her, ”French pop music at its best”.  She spent some time in Brooklyn, NY and supplied some vocals for The National’s classic Boxer.   She’s now back in France, and last week she released Parades, a great album with songs performed in English as well as French.  […]

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Mundo Musique: Mosaics

Mundo Musique: Mosaics

San Francisco trio Mosaics have quite a unique sound. Their new single, “Submit” off of their upcoming album Of Colors, which will be out October 21, can actually be described as acoustic EDM. Yes, acoustic guitar and deep synth sounds make up “Submit”.  It’s a really interesting and different sound, check it out if you think Kaki King meets Alt-J […]

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Mundo Musique: Joe Fletcher

Mundo Musique: Joe Fletcher

Listen if you like: Deer Tick, Brown Bird, The Devil Makes Three, Langhorne Slim For the last few years, I’ve called Joe Fletcher one of the hardest working men in music.  He’s released two albums with his band, Joe Fletcher and the Wrong Reasons, Bury Your Problems, and White Lighter, he’s constantly touring and performing, and recently he moved from Rhode […]

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Mundo Musique: She Keeps Bees’ “Eight Houses”

If you like: Wye Oak, Sharon Van Etten, Cat Power, The War On Drugs, I’ve been really hyped for the release of She Keeps Bees’ new record, Eight Houses, which is out today since the minute I heard Jessica Larrabee and Andy LaPlant were working on it.  I’ve been a fan of their music for a few years, ever since I […]

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Mundo Musique: Death From Above 1979 – ‘The Physical World’

Mundo Musique: Death From Above 1979 – ‘The Physical World’

Before Tuesday, Toronto Punk Rockers Death From Above 1979 hadn’t released an album in 10 years.  They finally released their follow-up to their breakthrough debut album You’re a Woman, I’m A Machine on Tuesday, called The Physical World.  The band which consists of Jesse F. Keeler on multiple instruments and Sebastien Granger on drums and vocals broke up in 2006, […]

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Mundo Musique: Sean Rowe – “Madman”

Mundo Musique: Sean Rowe – “Madman”

Sean Rowe is a singer-songwriter based out of upstate New York.   He plays and writes soulful folk music. His latest album, Madman was just released on Tuesday and is a whirlwind of folk, country, and Americana.  Rowe’s voice is full of soul, and it’s no surprise to hear he was inspired by Otis Redding. From the hearing opening two tracks, […]

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Mundo Musique: A Shoreline Dream

Mundo Musique: A Shoreline Dream

Denver, CO based shoegazers A Shoreline Dream’s fourth LP, The Silent Sunrise is due out on September 9. A Shoreline Dream have gained notoriety over the last few years, especially overseas for working with producers like Ulrich Schnauss, and Kramer, and they’ve drawn comparisons to bands like Sigur Ros, Slowdive, and Placebo. They released a gorgeous, hypnotizing 11 track album […]

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Mundo Musique: The Tills

Mundo Musique: The Tills

Check out if you like: The Replacements, Deer Tick, Badass Rock & Roll the way it should be Asheville, North Carolina psych rockers The Tills are about to unleash their next EP, Howlin’ upon us. The six-track EP is due out August 26, it’s gritty rock and roll, and it’s pure badassery. It was mixed and recorded by Mitch Easter, […]

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Hidden Gem: Elijah Ocean

Hidden Gem: Elijah Ocean

Check out if you dig: Drive-By Truckers, Hiss Golden Messenger, Gregory Alan Isakov, Dawes, The Band Elijah Ocean is releasing a new LP in October of this year, titled Bring It All In. Ocean has released some beautiful folk music in the past, his 2012 record Tumble & Fall (stream that here) was just stunning, and I’ve been eagerly awaiting something […]

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Mundo Musique: Bishop Allen

Mundo Musique: Bishop Allen

It’s weird to think that we’ve been waiting for a new record from Bishop Allen for 5 years.  The New York based indie/pop band released one EP each month in 2006, as well as three LP’s, most recently 2009’s  Grrr…, so for a while there was no shortage of new Bishop Allen.  But after five years, Bishop Allen will release […]

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Mundo Musique: Pale Seas

Mundo Musique: Pale Seas

English band Pale Seas, the project of singer-songwriter Jacob Scott, have released singles here and there since 2011 as both Netherlands and Pale Seas. Today marks the release of their first proper EP, the four track long Places To Haunt. The four tracks are gorgeous, lush guitar work and harmonies are heard throughout the EP.  “Wicked Dreams” is an incredible […]

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Mundo Musique: The Terminals releasing Singles EP

Mundo Musique: The Terminals releasing Singles EP

The Terminals to release Singles LP 90’s New Zealand goth rockers The Terminals are releasing a collection of singles called Singles and Sundries in September on Ba Da Bing! Records.  Known for their dark and unique sound, you can listen to “Witchdoctors” below.  The influence and reach of The Terminals includes contributions to bands including Scorched Earth Policy, The Axemen, The […]

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Mundo Musique: Emily & The Complexes

Mundo Musique: Emily & The Complexes

On August 19, Ohio based four-piece band Emily & The Complexes will release their EP Dirty Southern Love.  That title instantly reminds me of one of my favorite records, Drive-By Truckers’ The Dirty South. And musically, that comparison holds up.  Emily & The Complexes’ style is similar to the Truckers, the EP was mixed by Drew Vanderberg who has worked […]

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Mundo Musique: Natalie Prass – “Bird of Prey”

Mundo Musique: Natalie Prass – “Bird of Prey”

As you can tell, we’ve been digging Jenny Lewis’ latest record, and one of Lewis’ band members, Natalie Prass, just released a great single “Bird of Prey”.  “Bird of Prey” will be off of her upcoming record which is due for release later this year. “Bird of Prey” is a great track with a slick groove, gorgeous harmonies and a […]

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Mundo Musique: Weezer share “Back To The Shack”

Mundo Musique: Weezer share “Back To The Shack”

Weezer was one of my favorite bands when I was younger. In the last few years, however they haven’t released anything that I would consider “good”… There have been decent singles here and there, and parts of the Red Album had some potential, but as a whole the album fell flat.  Will their next album, Everything Will Be Alright In […]

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Mundo Musique: Luluc

Mundo Musique: Luluc

For those who like: Tiny Ruins, Gregory Alan Isakov, Mutual Benefit, Phosphorescent Luluc, the indie-folk duo of Zoe Randell and Steve Hassett from Melbourne, Australia will release their second album, Passerby tomorrow on SubPop.  Their debut, Dear Hamlyn, was a beautiful indie folk record, and Passerby builds on it, thanks to help from Aaron Dessner of The National, who co-produced […]

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Mundo Musique: Birdie Busch and the Greatest Night

Mundo Musique: Birdie Busch and the Greatest Night

Ben and crew are out at Ottawa Bluesfest, and I’ve been here, in New York most of the week posting a bit more than usual, and I wanted to take an opportunity to write about an artist I really like, and wrote about in the past, but didn’t really do justice, Birdie Busch.  I wrote about her last year, but […]

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Mundo Musique: Oakland’s Phosphene share “Metric” off their upcoming LP

Mundo Musique: Oakland’s Phosphene share “Metric” off their upcoming LP

Oakland, California band, Phosphene, are releasing a new self-titled album on July 26, and you can help them out via their indiegogo campaign.  “Metric” is a really cool indie rock track with female vocals and just a really cool vibe to it.  Their LP was recorded at Tiny Telephone in San Francisco with producer Kelley Coyne who worked with one […]

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Mundo Musique: City Walls Autumn Falls

Mundo Musique: City Walls Autumn Falls

For fans of: Bob Dylan, The Lone Bellow Originally from Australia, City Walls Autumn Falls are a band of brothers, Anthony and David Gill, now based out of Brooklyn, NY.  On June 24, they released their latest record, Factory, which was recorded in a barn in Woodstock, NY that is supposedly haunted.  Reading that, you are probably not surprised these two were highly […]

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Mundo Musique: School of Seven Bells release a cover of Joey Ramone’s “I Got Knocked Down (But I’ll Get Up)”

Mundo Musique: School of Seven Bells release a cover of Joey Ramone’s “I Got Knocked Down (But I’ll Get Up)”

Joey Ramone wrote “I Got Knocked Down (But I’ll Get Up)” when he was dying from Lymphoma, the same disease that took School of Seven Bells’ Benjamin Curtis’ life in 2013.  This cover was recorded during Curtis’ time in the hospital on his laptop with Alejandra Deheza recording vocals in a studio while FaceTiming Benjamin. It’s a completely different, yet […]

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