This week’s One-Liners column has some cuts I’ve gathered from all over the place. I can’t imagine you won’t enjoy this.
Gab Manette – Paradise Mall
Shopping in a real mall has never been this fulfilling.
Cory Kilduff – When It All Gets To Be Too Much
Shermer, Illinois, with an edge.
Glass Candy – “Good Time”
For a good time, call Glass Candy.
Glassio – “Age of Experience”
Brooklyn’s Glassio bring us delightfully laid-back synth-pop with many beautiful layers.
Nils Frahm – “Spells”
A modern-day arp master conjures the glorious spirits of kosmische as effortlessly as one inhales and exhales.
LCD Soundsystem – “Get Innocuous” (Electric Lady Sessions)
One of their best songs shines in the storied studio next to my old doctor’s office.
(Editor’s Note: As established in this post, the One-Liners column is a concise but meaningful way to highlight Vehlinggo-recommended releases. It’s not exactly weekly, but it can be. Check out last week’s. And because I want to, I’ll ask you to please revisit Jonny Greenwood’s profoundly brilliant You Were Never Really Here score.
(Feature Photo: The cover for Cory Kilduff’s When It All Gets To Be Too Much, available now via Burning Witches Records.)