Saturday, May 30, 2009

Zona Mexicana- 3 Song EP

Genre: math rock, indie

Cool band from New York or something. Kinda like Monster Machismo with some pretty catchy parts. Mathy without being in your face about it.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Enemies- Unreleased 10"

Genre: post rock, math rock

Enemies is an awesome band from Scotland and they recently tried to release an EP that, due to some tomfoolery, was never released. So they're giving it away for free. And it's really good.
(Alternate link:

Check out their MySpace page for more sweet tracks, especially "Two Lads."

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Tera Melos- Drugs to the Dear Youth (Remastered)

Genre: math rock, experimental

The remastered version sounds wayyyyyy better. Totally worth it if you like this album, which you should, because it's amazing.

Grizzly Bear- Veckitamest

Genre: indie, chamber pop

This album is really good. It is better than all their other stuff. You should buy it, it's only $4 on Amazon today.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Bibio- Vignetting the Compost

Genre: acoustic, lo-fi, indie

Sixteen hoppy, warm folk songs drenched in lo-fi smoothness. I think there needs to be a little more structure/songwriting here instead of just random little pieces thrown together, but there are some really excellent melodies and acoustic riffage in here. He also does some pretty sweet remixes, a few of which are on his MySpace page.

Friday, May 15, 2009

New Pretend Song- Guided Spirits/Guilded Souls

If you haven't heard Pretend yet, listen to their first song, "those luminous noises are god," first, then check out this new track. It's not as cohesive as the first track, but still has that unique ethereal quality that makes you sign in relief at the end, like everything's gonna be okay. Amazing stuff.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

The Summer Playlist

Here it is. Feel free to supplement, take out, whatever. You may already know a lot of these, but that's kinda the point, right? Summer is about nostalgia... smelling the flowers, etc.

Happy Summer,
Love Every Bunny Nestle

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Wilco- Wilco (the Album)

You can stream the new Wilco album here at high quality:


Sunday, May 10, 2009

Hey!Tonal- S/T

Genre: dance, experimental

I'll let the band members speak for themselves:

Kevin Shea (Storm & Stress, Get The People, Talibam!, Coptic Light, People…)
Mitch Cheney (Rumah Sakit, Sweep The Leg Johnny, Species Being, Greenness…)
Dave Davison (Maps & Atlases)
Alan Mills (Chii-saioto)
Theo Katsaounis (Weather, Locks, Joan of Arc, ZZZZ’s…).

Yes, this is amazing. Like Battles and Don Cab mixed together. Listen here:

then buy their album which just came out.

Friday, May 8, 2009

Kingsbury Manx- Ascenseur Ouvert!

Genre: folk rock, folk pop

Folk rock mixed with some nice elements of modern folk, such as twinkly keys, lots of reverb, and double and triple harmonies. It stays kinda low key the whole time, but you don't really want it to pick up. Good for chillin.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Summer Playlist

I need you guys to help me make my summer playlist, then I'll try and find the bands and make a little mixtape or something. If no one replies, then I guess I won't. So far I have:

My List:
Passion Pit
Diamond Watch Wrists (for chillin poolside)
Built to Spill (any, really)
Beck (Mellow Gold / One Foot in the Grave)
Dirty Projectors
MARITIME (how could I forget?)
Octopus Project

mewithoutYou (new)
Adam Gnade
Halo Benders
Phoenix (definitely)
Passion Pit
Noah and the Whale
Black Moth Super Rainbow
Manchester Orchestra
Ra Ra Riot
So Many Dynamos
Marmaduke Duke

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Greatest Website Ever

I laughed for hours.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Diamond Watch Wrists- Ice Capped at Both Ends

Genre: experimental, electronica, chillout

Zach Hill on drums with Prefuse 73 making beats, acoustic diddies, and singing. Pretty much like one really long chillout song, with some pretty sweet stuff goin on. Great paper writing music.