Posts tagged with "Elestial Sound"

Premiere: Ok Sure – “Scorpion”

January 20, 2017

Premiere: Ok Sure – “Scorpion” Florida-based label Elestial Sound has teamed up with creative collective She/Folk to host GAZE, a two-day music, art, and film festival this weekend in Gainesville. The event is being organized as a celebration of underrepresented artists, with a focus on ” women-identified, non-binary, trans... 

Premiere: Jeffry Astin – “When the Ground Opens Beneath Me, I Dissolve in a White Sunburst of Dawn”

September 8, 2016

Premiere: Jeffry Astin – “When the Ground Opens Beneath Me, I Dissolve in a White Sunburst of Dawn” If you’re reading sites like Decoder in mid-2016 chances are you’ve come across Jeffry Astin’s work, whether through his prolific Housecraft label or an album from his Digital Natives or Xiphiidae projects. Astin’s work feels hyperstitial, as a name like Digital Natives might... 

Kane Pour, ‘Hyper Pollen Temple’

April 13, 2015

Kane Pour, ‘Hyper Pollen Temple’ Elestial Sound, 11.15.2014 The tracklist of Hyper Pollen Temple, the new album from Kane Pour, holds many mysteries. Who is the “Wooden Twin?” What is the “Frog’s Puzzle Box?” How can one begin to unravel the web of references lying beneath the album’s surface? Not everyone... 

Dwight’s 2014: Last Year, What Year? Just Say Hello

January 30, 2015

Dwight’s 2014: Last Year, What Year? Just Say Hello As I wrote in the introduction to yesterday’s label feature, 2014 looked like a good year for labels — we admittedly see and try to treat with a large number, but isn’t that any aspiring capitalist’s ideal vision of shopping? A world of choice, with access to varied experiences.... 

Danny – “Pontchartrain Beach”

July 22, 2014

Danny – “Pontchartrain Beach” Danny is the new incarnation of old trailer park favorites Jane Jane Pollock, who used to haunt the Florida-Georgia border with tales of ghouls, freaks, and deformed felines. Interestingly, the new Danny album drops the overt spookiness in favor of sweet nostalgia. Pontchartrain Beach filters classic... 

Euglossine – Lustrous

April 23, 2014

Euglossine – Lustrous A Euglossine album is not unlike a series of high-definition photographs of snails. Gainesville-based multi-instrumentalist Tristan Whitehill’s music has a kind of super-saturated alien beauty which, when you think about it, is not really so different from that of a DSLR photo of a snail leaning off... 

Chromadadata – “In The Sky” / “The Makings Of You”

January 28, 2014

Chromadadata – “In The Sky” / “The Makings Of You” A new Chromadadata track dropping into my SoundCloud feed is always a treat, so a full-length LP from the Kansas City-via-St. Augustine producer is an exciting prospect to say the least. As of now we’ve got two songs from the forthcoming album: “In The Sky” and “The Makings Of You.” Chromadadata... 

Euglossine – Tristaria

December 11, 2013

Euglossine – Tristaria Euglossine‘s new album, Tristaria: Music to get tickled to. Music to read the Wikipedia page for “Nebula” to. Music to cavort around in a room full of colorful balloons to. Music to discover precious stones in a damp cave to. Music to get doused in cold grapefruit juice to. Music to ride a... 

Emily Reo – “Coast”

August 29, 2013

Emily Reo – “Coast” On Tuesday Elestial Sound will release Emily Reo‘s new LP, Olive Juice. Pitchfork just tipped us off to the latest single from the record, “Coast”. As p4k points out, the title might call to mind a beachy theme at first, but the concept ends in the name. Almost immediately upon listening,...