This weekend’s tunage comes from Suburban Kids With Biblical Names, yeah you heard right. Epic band name. I originally had something else planned, but Chris sent on this track during the week and it’s perfect to put you in a summery mood on a friday, horray!
The band are from sweden, and have a couple more summery indie pop tunes up their sleeves. I’m digging their track ‘1999’ also. Anyways take a listen of Funeral Face below – happy weekend y’all.
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The second helping from Vampire Weekend’s much anticipated sophomore album. It’s def more in your face that Horchata. I like it, alot.
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This week’s weekend tunage is something I heard on Phantom last week, and it’s a remix by Tokyo’s 80KIDZ of the Fight Like Apes track, Lend Me Your Face. It’s due to be released on 4th Dec. Also, according to state.ie, FLA will be giving away a free 17 track live album on 17th Dec, through their website. Unfortunately, there is no video I can post for this, so just click play and enjoy.
Where’s this girl after coming out of?! Spotted Ellie Goulding’s performance on Jools Holland last week, and looked her up. She’s from the same background recording wise as Marina & The Diamonds – releasing this single through Neon Gold Records, so she’s in good company!
Loving this video – I really want to buy shit loads of gold glitter & a drum. Done!
Ok so on first glance you’re probably going to think these guys seem like edgits (that was my first reaction anyways), especially with an name like Ou Est Le Swimming Pool. But that said, this is a damn catchy tune. Check out their MySpace if you want to find out more about them – I’m liking their stuff so far.
Anyways this should do the job and get you in weekend mode, it’s Friday yay! Happy Halloween 🙂
Saturday, 7th Nov, sees the arrival to Dublin of the Coors Light Peak series. The series centres around music, but “it’s more than just a music event.”