New Particles hand-snatched from the tube of the Large Genre Collider for the week ending 2015-09-11. This is what I am listening to in the universe where I have time to listen to all of this and still everything else.
||Grim, infernal Norwegian blast by Vreid.|
||"Æ og du (her og nu)"
||Warm, galloping Norwegian pop by Vidar Vang.|
||Shimmery, open-toed Norwegian shoegaze from Jadudah.|
||"Un Año Después"
||Chiming Colombian arena-pop duet by Siam.|
||"Pleasure This Pain"
||Kwamie Liv and Angel Haze demonstrate the opposite of Taylor Swift relationship song.|
||"In the City"
||Spiky, nervous post-punk by Vita Bergen.|
||Joker and Ayben showing how to lay it down in Turkish.|
||The Unconquerable Dark
||The kind of metal where it sounds like the guitars are solid blocks of iron that you play by bending them with overwhelming force, by Black Tongue.|
||Nashville pop emo by Better Off.|
||I Was Totally Destroying It
||Chapel Hill's I Was Totally Destroying It channeling 90s Boston alt-rock.|
||"Hang Us High"
||Springy electropop by RABBII (which is nominally an acronym, but sadly they don't sound anything like JEW).|
||Squeaky, kaleidoscopic J-pop by passepied.|
||Crashing J-pop-folk-metal by BiSH (and I'll be perfectly happy if we eventually get hybrids of J-pop and every other metal subgenre).|
||Ambient/avant-garde post-post-metal by Lethe.|
||Not that many indietronicists get CHVRCHES' combination of airy pingingness and simmering drive, but Lilly Wolf does.|
||Twee-punk-pop by Sports.|
||The sounds of slow monsters sniffing at self-tuning instruments by Erland Dahlen.|
||"Sting's Teacher Years"
||Snarly lo-fi power-pop by The Kickback.|
||Clattering, blurring post-punk stomp by Fake Palms.|
||Abstracted indie r&b by Kacy Hill.|
||"Jenny (feat. Kitten)"
||Blaring anti-social cheerleader-punk by Mereki and Kitten.|
||AUTOBAHN remember what Bauhaus and the Sound sounded like.|
||Julia / Spring
||So, dreamily, do Lowtide.|
||"More Than Today"
||Static Daydream may have The Three Johns more in mind.|
||Tempers are closer to Lush and Curve.|
||"Under Apokalypsens Svarta Vingar"
||Decidedly unnurturing punishment by Wombbath.|
||"Today's The Day"
||If I ever get a comforting, well-lit daytime talk show, P!nk can do my theme, too.|
||I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend
||If you miss Taylor Swift's country songs, maybe you'd like to listen to Hulk Hogan's daughter Brooke.|
||"Back at Belle's"
||Sunny, beepy blur by Small Black.|
||Christine and the Queens
||"No Harm Is Done (feat. Tunji Ige)"
||Methodical ticking and soft humming by Christine and the Queens.|
||Pure Bathing Culture
||Synth-pop effervescence by Pure Bathing Culture.|
||J-goth-thrash-metal by Synk;yet.|
||La Vie Est Belle / Life Is Beautiful
||Post-world indie-rock by Petite Noir.|
||"Everything Is You"
||Ethereal machinery by Empress Of.|
||"Where We Go"
||Where We Go / Ghostwriter
||Robo-reggae by Calyx, Teebee and Doctor.|
||"I Am The Virus"
||Cacophonous driving menace by Killing Joke.|
||Anthemic stadium indie-rock by Cazadores.|
||"Serenity - Radio Edit"
||Uplifting hypertrance by Venom One.|
||"Niin kuin sä"
||Finnish glam-punk from Tyrävyö.|
||Etherpop smoke-filigree by Iiris.|
||NMR - Norwegian Metal Resistance
||"The Only One"
||One-woman (?), maybe-Christian maybe-Norwegian repatriation (rematriation?) of Japanese reintrepretation of Norwegian metal. I don't really understand what's going on here, but it's called Norwegian Metal Resistance.|
||Fucking Werewolf Asso
||"My New Sneakers Could Never Replace My Multi-Colored Bangalores"
||Why Do You Love Me Satan?
||Berzerker noise-punk by Fucking Werewolf Asso.|
||Oh Diane +1
||Murmuring vocoder electronica by Metavari.|
||Laptop Vangelisisms from June 1974.|
||Dark metropopolis from LEVV.|
||"Little Sweet Things"
||The closest thing to a new Too Much Joy album from Wonderlick.|
||Glorious pop-punk-core from Skies Collide.|
||"City of Culture"
||What if The National were way noisier and called Slow Riot.|
||Norwegian indie-rock by Bendik.|
||"E Timpul Meu Sa Zbor"
||High-gloss Romanian Europop by Gabriella.|
||"Hipsta - Radio Edit"
||Maniccomic grimestep by Timmy Trumpet that you may not need to listen to more than once, but.|
||"Huff n Puff"
||The Red - The 1st Album
||Sugarproduction everything-overloaded first-full-album K-pop histrionics by Red Velvet.|
||"With You Now (I Am Thine)"
||Meditative world-fusion sinuosity from Charanpal.|
||"Anxious In Venice"
||Do You Feel OK?
||Superhumanoids are like CHVRCHES but a bit darker and sparer.|
||The Japanese House
||Fumewave is what little is left of vaporwave, and there's a band called The Japanese House.|
||GEMS also kind of sound like CHVRCHES, but the CHVRCHES album isn't out yet.|
||"Circadian Rhythm (Last Dance)"
||Silversun Pickups don't sound as much like Smashing Pumpkins as they once did, which for me is good.|
||"Back to Me"
||Youtube acoustic-cover-version star Allison Weiss goes electro-original.|
||Indie r&b of the r&b-going-indie kind from Angel Haze.|
||Jumpy indie-dance-pop by Ohlayindigo.|
||Saintseneca keep the stomp in stomp and holler.|
||Celldweller go muted-soundtrack-gloom.|
||"No More Communication"
||Cheerfully understated punk-power-pop from Pjrox.|
||She's A Tease
||"Ven A Soñar"
||Pulsing latintronic rock by She's A Tease.|
||"Superstar Wonderful Weirdos"
||Maybe a new single by Alanis Morissette or maybe an illicit recording of her singing in a hallway somewhere over a leftover backing loop, it's hard to tell exactly.|
||"Love Used To Be"
||Picking Up The Pieces
||This new Jewel album seems subdued nearly to the point of collapse as I skim though it, but maybe when I listen to it all the way through it'll make more sense.|
||"Fly Away (feat. MC Fox)"
||The Rocker, the Rappers & the Lyricist
||If I had 98 more artists like Brannon (and Dappy) I'd have a new genre of heedlessly rock-positive hip hop.|
||"Every Passing Hour"
||Post-rock focus ambience by Helios.|
||The kind of folk-rock where the folk is the folk from folk-metal, by Engelsglut.|
||Between II Worlds
||The new album by my favorite whateverstep producer, because the sonics are reliably attached to songs, NERO.|
||"Amit ad az ég (Álmos búcsúja)"
||The new album by my favorite exuberantly florid Hungarian folk-metal band, Dalriada.|
||Ones and Sixes
||The new Low album, which finds them discovering that studio equipment can be used to do other things than strictly amplifying terrifying near-silence.|
||And, to commemorate the not-released-yet-ness of the new CHVRCHES album, a new CHVRCHES song, which if you play it 12 times in a row is like a new CHVRCHES album.|