Auditory Pleasures // #45

Here’s another opportunity to share with you guys some of the more interesting track of the past week.

With previous projects such as The Little Flames, The Rascals and Last Of The Shadow Puppets to his name it was only a matter of time before Miles Kane jumped back on the bandwagon to spread his 60’s infused psych rock sound. Inhaler is everything you’d expect from the track and although it isn’t exactly revolutionary it’ll be a well received tune from any Kane fans.

Miles Kane – Inhaler

Miles Kane – Inhaler by Miles Kane


oOoOO (apparently pronounced Oh) have a weird, hazy, almost paranormal aura surrounding their music. Burnout Eyess displays this intensely with a combination of tweaked vocals and shimmering instrumentation.

oOoOOBurnout Eyess

Young Buffalo are a 3-piece band from Oxford, Mississippi. Earlier this year the band signed a deal with Fat Possum Records in North America and have just completed their debut album due for release in 2011. We have a preview from the album with the track ‘Three Deep’.

Young Buffalo – Three Deep

Cutting and pasting parts of Tell ‘Em, Kingdom manages to transform the grinding sounds of Sleigh Bells’ and replace them with a much more soothing backdrop, supporting the softened vocals of Alexis Krauss.

Sleigh BellsTell ‘Em (Kingdom Remix)

Sleigh Bells – Tell ‘Em (Kingdom Remix) by Hypetrak


At nearly 9 minutes long Glitterbug’s Pink Snow remix of Gold Panda’s instrumental Snow & Taxis is epic in it’s portrayal yet subtle in it’s execution. Also worth checking out is the equally good Throwing Snow remix which can be found at the link below.

Gold PandaSnow & Taxis (Glitterbug’s Pink Snow Remix)

Snow & Taxis (Glitterbug’s Pink Snow by Gold Panda

The Funeral Party phenomenon has blown onto our shores in a big way, with heavy radio play and positive reviews of their debut single ‘NYC moves to the sound of L.A’ and follow up ‘Just Because’, we are waiting patiently for their heavily anticipated debut album to drop next year. In the meantime, here is a track from the album ‘Giant Song’

Funeral Party – Giant Song

Juan began to work as session musician for a number of upcoming artists, most notably Bryn Christopher in an effort to make ends meet in a new and sometimes daunting city. Juan has spent the last few months locked away in the studio ( Abbey Road, Rockfield, Metropolis) recording his new EP ‘ Story of Stuff’ which was released in August and an album set for release next year.

Juan Zelada – The Boy with the tv on