Bandcamp Picks of the Week 2/10/16

Do you ever stare at your iTunes and feel as though you are looking at a sad reflection of your own lack of identity? A handful of good mixtapes here, copies of a few of your CDs there… Oh shit, you never got around to actually deleting that U2 album, how embarrassing, what if someone thinks you actually liked it? Quick, delete it and fill your iTunes with these gems we’ve hand selected for you for Bandcamp Picks of the Week instead.

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Vita and the Woolf – FANG SONG

Genre: Electronic, Soul-Pop

Favorite Tracks: “Mary,” “Slipping Hills”

Led by the indomitable and immediately striking Jennifer Pague,  FANG SONG is a string of epic pop ballads that grab the listener and refuse to let go. Despite the band’s overall modern tone, the power in Paug’s voice is reminiscent of early Patti Smith and Grace Slick. There’s absolutely no reason this Philly act couldn’t be the next massive Coachella hit, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t hear about them first, here. [Carter Moon]

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Genre: Harsh Noise

Favorite Tracks: “Adore,” “Trapdoor”

Making music that is described as “nihilist queer revolt musik” dreamcrusher really doesn’t care if you’re listening if you’re not part of their revolution. As such, this is some of the harshest and most alienating noise imaginable, but damned if it isn’t some satisfying aural destruction. The intriguing challenge to this LP is how utterly uncompromising it is; leaving one to wonder, can revolution really come about through such a fascist aesthetic? That’s a question best answered subjectively- by listening to the record- which you can do here. [Carter Moon]

Carter Moon grew up in the desolate Evangelic capital of the world and responded by developing a taste in counter culture, which eventually bloomed into a love for filmmaking and screenwriting. Carter has average opinions on most things, but will defend them adamantly and loudly until no one else wants to bother speaking up. He runs Crossfader's podcast, IN THE CROSSHAIRS.

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