Monday, May 16, 2011

'summer fling' bandcamp stream

Thursday, May 5, 2011

new 'summer fling' cassette coming soon!

areyouserial band review

"It is amazing how many great bands get by unnoticed.
Joy and Revolution is another bedroom dream pop band that possesses immense talent."

"Lets hope they get noticed."


Laura Rotation 77 (Every Thursday 5-7pm)

Metronomy | The Bay
Tanlines | Bees (Capracara Remix)
Evan Voytas | I Run With You, Spirit Animal
Holy Ghost! | Wait & See
Clubfeet | Count Your Lovers (Eli Escobar Mix)
College | Tscheljabinsk
When Saints Go Machine | Fail Forever (Nicolas Jaar Remix)
Twin Shadow | Castles In The Snow (Com Truise Remix)
Lanu | The Coral Route
Puro Instinct | No Mames
Bibio | Light Sleep
La Sera | Devils Heart Grow Old
Secret Cities | No Pressure
Joy and Revolution | 1 2 3 just kiss me
Brave Irene | No Fun
Love Inks | Blackeye
Warpaint | Undertow (Javelin Remix)
Computer Magic | In So Many Ways
Sun Glitters | everything could be fine
French Horn Rebellion | What I Want (JD Samson's Eva Hesse Remix)
Rainbow Arabia | Without You (Hard Mix Remix)
Peaking Lights | Summertime
Bosco Delrey | 20 Flight Dub
scotty coats | beautiful ones wave
CANT | Ghosts (Class Actress remix)
Yelle | C'est Pas Une Vie
James Curd | A Friend
Gold Panda | Police

'1 2 3 just kiss me' song review

When the concept of Suicide Acolytes come up, the spectre of A.R.E. Weapons lingers; my cortex flickering with fond memories of ‘swearing is cool!’ rich kids playing ‘street gang’ dress-ups. Joy and Revolution are Suicide Acolytes of a sweeter stripe; sounding like stoned, short-circuiting androids as they descend into a mechanical fug of hazed out drum-machine flickers, spasms of deflated synth, and babbled incantations repeated, ad nauseum, in search of the eternal. “1 2 3 Just Kiss Me” is barely past two minutes long, but Joy and Revolution could jam on this forever; their mantra’s brainless meditation on the sexting era the hook that clears your head, and takes the turn towards transcendence.

Author: anthony.

Monday, May 2, 2011