Track Of The Day: How To Dress Well - 'Suicide Dream 2' (Elite Gymnastics Baptism)
A few weeks ago we posted the beautiful cover of Elite Gymnastics' 'Here, In Heaven' by How To Dress Well, and now the crooner has had the favour returned, as his track 'Suicide Dream 2' has been given a makeover. I think the clue is in the title, as 'Baptism' seems rather apt considering the transformation we're presented with.
Let's hope the love affair continues for a bit longer.
Holy Other have taken How To Dress Well's nightmarish lullaby 'Suicide Dream 2', and added an extra layer of 'creep' to it all. It should probably be renamed 'Holy Other's creep you the f**k out if you're listening to this on your own mix', but I was never very good at naming things, so just ignore me. [read more]
About two weeks ago I went whale watching, and it was an experience I'll never forget. I'm not going to suggest that listening to 'Whale Trail' by Gruff Rhys is an equally emotional experience (though still great) - but it certainly didn't make me throw up. Which I did twice on the boat. [read more]
The Kill Van Kulls have done an amazing job on this remix of 'You Let It Go' by Kyla La Grange. The original is pretty good in a minimalistic/tribal way, but what the Kill Van Kulls have done is to fill the space that Kyla left open, leaving behind a much fuller track. [read more]
Fleet Foxes front man Robin Pecknold has pointed fans from the band’s Facebook page towards a new solo track on his Soundcloud. The track is an acoustic, melancholy lament, complete with Pecknold’s distinctive vocals quietly telling of lost love. [read more]