Monthly Archives: January 2014

FEB035: “Похожий на осень” by Малыш Камю

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Малыш Камю (Malish Kamu) is Evgeniy and Ekatarina, a duo from the southern Russian town of Taganrog. Their style of slow, beautiful pop songs will win you over, despite the language difference. Taganrog doesn’t have a vibrant pop scene, so the duo creates their music simply for the love of it. The couple writes songs that reflect their relationship, saying that their songs are often just another means of communication between themselves. Evgeniy and Ekatarina have stated in the past that “Our hope is that what we cannot say in English will come through in the songs we share. Things like love, tenderness, and happiness are things that go beyond language barriers and are things we can all understand.”

This digital download includes an exclusive interview with Малыш Камю’s Evgeniy Khandiy.

This is a joint release with Little Treasure (007) part of the Bubbletone family. Order Похожий на осень on 3″ CDR at www.littletreasure.es

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“Malish Kamu consider lyrical themes through the prism of what another fan has called ‘pleasant, quiet, and carefree dream-pop. It all sounds beautiful…’ ” – Far From Moscow

“They are a young couple whose love serves as the inspiration for much of their music.” – Luna Guitars

FEB036: “In Your Ruin” by Caténine

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FEB036 —

Caténine is the Massachusetts-based recording project of Dylan Connor. Begun in a studio apartment in Boston and transplanted across the state, Caténine channels the jangly pop of The Field Mice, the synth-heavy work of The Wake and New Order, and the textural depth of Disintegration-era The Cure. The live band also consists of Brian Bartus, Andrew Kapinos, and Kiana Saroce. Caténine has previously released a self-titled cassette, a 7″ split with Funeral Advantage, and is currently in the process of recording another album.

The free downloadable track comes with an exclusive interview with Caténine’s Dylan Connor.

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“At times, listening to this, it’s hard to believe it is not the demo tape Wild Nothings sent to Captured Tracks. It’s this wonderful batch of hazy, dreamy indie pop that would have been right at home circa 2010.” – c86’d

“…it is evident that Caténine is poised for something great with a style of music that harkens back to the post-punk of the early 80′s. Musically, they share a kinship with New Order and The Cure but with a push to go beyond and expand on the sonic palette already laid out.” – The 1st Five