Purity Rings new track Push Pull reminds us that it’s all good

2 years after the release of their debut album Shrines, Purity Ring’s Megan James and Corin Roddick are back with another outstanding track called Push Pull. The track has all the noticeable Purity Ring sounds, but with a tad more pop thrown in for good measure. Chances are this will be the only track onContinue reading “Purity Rings new track Push Pull reminds us that it’s all good”

Danny Brown – Old

From the beginning of “Side A”, it’s obvious that Danny Brown has changed. Since his 2011 release, XXX, Danny has reached some major ups and downs. His unique character of being Detroit’s King Pin in rap has been hidden by the fact that he isn’t a usual player in the modern rap game. Compared toContinue reading “Danny Brown – Old”

Listen to PHANTOGRAM’S Black Out Days

Sharing the crown with other New York-based, synth pop duos like School of Seven Bells, Sleigh Bells and Purity Ring, PHANTOGRAM, Josh Carter (vocals, guitars) and Sarah Barthel (vocals, keyboards), are carving quite a reputation for themselves in the electronic scene. Their 2011 release “Night Moves” is a catchy variant on the sometimes too abstractContinue reading “Listen to PHANTOGRAM’S Black Out Days”

Jon Hopkins remix of Purity Ring’s “Amenamy”, is why God created remixes

London based producer Jon Hopkins was clearly inspired by this track! Jon, whose worked with the likes of Brian Eno and Coldplay and has even dabbled in soundtracks, composing the 2010 sci fi film MONSTERS, is really just coming into his own…in my opinion. He isn’t a household name yet, but he’s on the riseContinue reading “Jon Hopkins remix of Purity Ring’s “Amenamy”, is why God created remixes”