New Particles hand-snatched from the tube of the Large Genre Collider for the week ending 2015-09-04. This is what I am listening to in the universe where I have time to listen to all of this and still everything else.
||Towards the Light
||Glorious Finnish gothic symphonic metal stomp from Crimson Sun.|
||"We Got out in Time"
||Giddy metropopolis sparkle from Cape Lion.|
||"Out of Time"
||Anthmic djent swoons from Skyharbor.|
||Arma Del Amor
||Arma Del Amor
||Simmery deconstructed soul self-assembling into gauzestep by Arma Del Amor.|
||Lilty, vaguely Twin-Shadow-ish big-screen electropop by Boo Seeka.|
||Turkey should stage a triumphant return to Eurovision with this majestic trance-pop flourish by Merve Özbey.|
||Publicist UK taking post-punk past the post into a new lumbering noise.|
||"Hearts Like This"
||Breathythumpy meditative dance-pop from Olivera.|
||"Just Before Our Love Got Lost"
||Loopy, ghosty minimalist indietronica by Astropol.|
||Songs of the Subconscious
||Clackety post-world monologues by Grace Acladna.|
||Cardiknox would like the attention of Lorde and Charli XCX fans please.|
||Past Swallows Love
||Screamo angularity by Jack Dalton.|
||Arena indietronica by Kid Cadaver.|
||Lore: Book Two
||Ambient epicore by Druid Cloak.|
||"Into the Night"
||Marching to Another Beat
||Oblique introspective crashing tUnE-yArDs percussive ethereality by MALKA.|
||Old-school synth-goth by Soviet Soviet.|
||Potty Mouth EP
||Alt-throwback popgaze by Potty Mouth.|
||Little Mix are still the best talent-show band.|
||"Keep on Rockin' in the Free World"
||Joseph Arthur think you need a chillwave version of Keep on Rockin' in the Free World and I think he is right.|
||"Queen's Speech 3"
||Over-rhymed but razorsharply-timed grime flow by Lady Leshurr.|
||...and the more frantic, headlong version by Wiley.|
||The A.M. Experiment
||"Mono No Aware"
||Slow noises by The A.M. Experiment.|
||"The Blue Time"
||Joe Jackson recaptures the essence of a Joe Jackson song.|
||"Under the Red Cloud"
||Under the Red Cloud
||Amorphis goes full epic progressive gothic melodic folk death everything.|
||Methodical MDM crush by Omnium Gatherum.|
||"Dance Dance Dance"
||Swoopy ABBA-as-trance-catharsis dance-strut by Sharon Doorson.|
||"The Bones That Rock the Cradle"
||Atmospheric post-emo by Halo Tora.|
||Wei Wei demonstrates the simple power of adding huge booming kettle drums to a soft pop song.|
||Expansive post-folk-metal rock by Cronometrobudú.|
||"Your Face When I Finally"
||Drum and bass and circuitry by Venetian Snares.|
||J-gothic j-rock by lynch.|
||"Dawn Brings No Mercy"
||Progressive symphonic power metal by Divine Ascension.|
||"Compass of Fate"
||The Fountain of Eternal Life
||Yes, of course Symphonic Destiny are a gothic symphonic metal band.|
||"Behind Closed Doors, Pt.2"
||Darkyra Black play up the gothic and down the symphonic.|
||Gultskra Artikler's album is called Destroy Music, and each song N is titled the first N letters of "Destroy Music", so it's the opposite of nihilistic.|
||"The Serpent Tradition"
||Heart of Akamon
||Wild black power metal by Nechochwen.|
||"Still Your Girl"
||Big Chamber by Fleurie.|
||The Winery Dogs
||Progressive blues-rock power-metal by The Winery Dogs.|
||Whirry synth-hum by Superhumanoids.|
||Quick, eager popgaze by Coasts.|
||"We Keep the Lights Out"
||Slow-motion mechanist reverie by EZA.|
||What if Enya were starting over as an indietronica band? Dresses.|
||Michelle O Faith
||"Sleep Through the Fire"
||No Romance in China
||Coiled-tension movie-trailer-march swwop-pop by Michelle O Faith.|
||But of course there is metropopolisticity in Mexico City, say Rey Pila.|
||Tristam takes whatevestep into progressive uplifting air.|
||Etherwood takes twitchy drum and bass into soaring shimmer.|
||"Reaching the Sky"
||Epicore + vocals + a LOT of reverb from Erik Ekholm.|
||Big drums, vocoders, vocal dramatics and Leona Lewis.|
||"IMISSU - Radio Edit"
||Deep indie r&b as vaporwave-exile muster-point by San Holo.|
||Kathryn Calder makes pop-punk where the punk was riot grrrl, not Green Day.|
||In the universe I imagine into being, it's Sivik on magazine covers instead of the Weeknd.|
||"This City Made Us"
||This City Made Us +1
||What if you had a band that could play anything in the world, and they chose to imagine what you'd get if you combined Pere Ubu, Oingo Boingo, Meat Loaf and a lot more Meat Loaf? They are called The Protomen, and they are not new, but this song is, and holy crap, and I have been woefully underinformed but I will listen to this until I stop feeling guilty.|
||"Out Of My Mind"
||Laugh In The Dark
||Tommy Keene is one of the greatest power-pop songwriters to ever live, and he wrote some more songs.|