A-MNEMONIC Musics February Playlist
The Orielles takes us on a dazzling trip into their new album by releasing their brand new single, and last track on the forthcoming LP ‘Space Samba (Disco Volador Theme).’ Talking about the track, Esmé from the band said: “Space Samba is a song about corporeal experience, something which we feel we are collectively losing sight of in an age of mental existentialism! It is the ‘Disco Volador’ theme because it relates to the phenomenological thread of the whole album, which tackles the many interpretations of the title throughout. In this instance, it refers to Disco Volador’s literal translation of ‘flying disc’ or ‘frisbee’, using this symbol to reflect both feelings of flight and motion and the notion of human connectivity. “
Deap Lips, the new collaborative project from Flaming Lips and Los Angeles rock duo Deap Vally, embark on a psychedelic odyssey on their new song, ‘Home Thru Hell.’ The track opens with revving car engines and a heavy guitar riff, but soon settles into a spacey stomp peppered with strange flourishes, from big bells to vocoder-drenched vocals. Deep Vally’s Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards share vocal duties, offering some cosmic introspection with some meta touches: “Oh I think I tried too hard to shut the mouth of doom,” the pair sing, “Taking all my wisdom from the flaming lips of youth.” 'Home Thru Hell' follows Deap Lips’ debut track, ‘Hope Hell High’, which arrived last December. The band will release their self-titled debut album March 13th via Cooking Vinyl.
Mura Masa has released a new single ‘Teenage Headache Dreams’, which features Wolf Alice’s Ellie Rowsell on vocals. The track itself sees Crossan stepping out of his comfort zone as a producer, lending his voice to a duet with the singer-songwriter - offering up a duet with Rowsell that meshes vibrantly alongside the crisp guitar-driven instrumental. The two trade lines throughout the cut, speaking on motifs surrounding suburban discomforts before resorting to a poetic spoken word outro by Rowsell. Masa is following up his acclaimed 2017 self-titled debut with ‘R.Y.C (Raw Youth Collage)’.
Music Company: A-MNEMONIC
Music Supervisor: Rob Dunham
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