This year with no doubt has the most unpredictable sound taste on Musicollector flow. We have selected 10 tracks posted on our blog and are welcoming you to explore the beats with us. Bear with us as the full Top 2015 of everything is coming later this month
“Kissing In Traffic” is a postcard written and sent to himself the last time he visited that place so he could look at it when it all becomes a bit much; a true memento, and a genuine Souvenir. [audio mp3="http://designcollector.net/files/danton-eeprom-kissing-in-traffic.mp3"][/audio] Or check the different version on Souvenir's Music label Soundcloud:
2. Nicolas Jaar Creates Soundtrack to Sergei Parajanov's "The Color of Pomegranates" 1969
The acclaimed New York-based musician Nicolas Jaar has uploaded a Soviet avant-garde film from 1969, called “The Color Of Pomegranates”, created by surrealistic director Sergei Parajanov (1924-1990) to Youtube along with his own original score. “The Color Of Pomegranates” is a biography of the Armenian ashug Sayat-Nova (King of Song) that attempts to reveal the poet's life visually and poetically rather than literally. Nicolas Jaar leveled up the whole story to the new surreal level by reworking the orginal sound with his soundtrack 'Pomegranates' (2015).
Woodkid has teamed up with Lykke Li for “Never Let You Down”, a song that will appear on the Insurgent soundtrack
Following the release of the “Loud Places” music video, Jamie xx uncovers the next monster opener “Gosh” from his upcoming album “In Colour“.
“At the chorus, Parker repeats the phrase “I’m a man, woman,” which could be construed as problematic. Reading those words out of context, it looks like he’s using gender as a catch-all archetype. But as he sings in his tender, featherlight falsetto, he’s not boasting about his masculinity—he’s attempting to acknowledge that sometimes, he messes up just like anybody else.” (Pitchfork)
Second track of Tame Impala to hit our Musicollector Parade
FKA Twigs dropped her second song off M3LL155X EP, which is expected to release later this year. "I actually finished the EP last year around November, but it's just taken me a while to complete the videos and get my headspace together," she said when asked if she intentionally released a new song after her last planned performance at Lollapalooza. "And, you know, I just believe in doing things right... It's not a deliberate thing, it's just sometimes the planets align and it kind of works out that way."