The sixth album by U.S. Girls is filled with anger and rage in 70s disco/rock vibe.
Second album for 4AD and first for Royal Mountain Records.
Lately, I have been listening to Madonna’s Ray Of Light since it is 20 years old.
While similarities are both different with their musical output but similar when it comes to reinvention and self-realization.
Think of In a Poem Unlimited as U.S. Girls delving with a full band and bigger sound.
As in U.S. Girls fashion, there is the reworking of an old track which happens to be Incidental Boogie.
Previously on the EP, Free Advice Column. This reworking has more of loud electro banger.
Overall it is a provocative album that gets you dancing and thinking!
- Velvet For Sale
- Rage of Plastics
- Mad as Hell
- Incidental Boogie
I’d give In A Poem Unlimited:
Back in May 8, 2018, I played a band called B Boys.
Brendon Avalos of the band is going on his own with Gift Wrap.
While B Boys‘ music is very punk rock.
Gift Wrap is the opposite which is more on the lo-fi new-wave pop style of music.
Have a look at the music video for Losing Count.
Losing Count drops on March 2, 2018 via Captured Tracks / Omnian Music Group
On the January 8th show of No Filter.
I played a track from Minneapolis, Minnesota’s Nadine.
Today she released the third single Pews which is taken from the upcoming album Oh My dropping on Janauary 26, 2018 via Father Daughter Records.
Nadine says the track is a jazzy avant-pop song about chaos and spirituality.
Trace Mountains which is the project of LVL UP‘s Dave Benton, today has released the single “Turn Twice.”
It is taken from his debut full length album, A Partner To Lean On which drops on March 30, 2018.
If you like lo-fi pop rock with some potty language and easy listening music.
Unlike his older solo material, on A Partner to Lean On Benton enlisted the talents of his friends, including Kyle Seely (of Sheer Mag on drums), Jim Hill (of Painted Zeros on electric guitar and synthesizer), Nick Corbo (of LVL UP on bass), and vocal contributions by Susannah Cutler (Yours Are The Only Ears) and Ben Smith.
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