Tag Archives: Animal Collective

Up and Coming Artist: Young Man (Free Download)


It’s enough to make you stop and say, “What is that?” It being the gorgeous melodies and lean, spellbound guitar lines of Colin Caulfield, an English/French lit major who’s about to change what it means to be a shape-shifting singer-songwriter in the YouTube age. Just ask Bradford Cox. He knows. Why, just a year ago, the [itunes link="http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/deerhunter/id210056561?uo=4" title="Deerhunter" text="Deerhunter"] ...

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Panda Bear: ‘Tomboy’ Review


Artist: Panda Bear Album: Tomboy Label: Paw Tracks With the release of his third solo effort, Person Pitch, in 2007, founding Animal Collective member Panda Bear (born Noah Lennox) designed and achieved an aural masterpiece that received high critical praise. Coupled with the release of Animal Collective’s Strawberry Jam later on in the year, which was equally acclaimed, the sound ...

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Megafaun: ‘Heretofore’ EP Review

Megafaun Heretofore

Heretofore, the new EP from North Carolina indie-jammers Megafaun, is the epitome of a bipolar collective. Containing six songs and just at thirty-three minutes long, it’s almost exactly half exhilerating, melodic, American folk-rock, but the other half is just noise. To call it hit-or-miss would be an understatement. A good gauge getting a synopsis of the album would be to ...

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Animal Collective to release new album Centipede Hz in September

                If you head over to Animal Collective’s website here, you’ll be treated to a video announcing the upcoming release of Centipede Hz, their new album due from Domino Records in September.  This will be their first new LP since 2009′s Merriweather Post Pavilion, not inluding 2010′s sound/visual collage project ODDSAC.  The tracklisting is ...

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Delicate Steve: ‘Butterfly’ (Free Download)

Delicate Steve, aka Steve Marion, is a New Jersey do-it-yourself musician. If you like to be exhausted by music, then Delicate Steve is for you. Vocal-free, it’s almost like a melting pot of sounds, kind of like Ratatat-meets-Animal Collective.

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