Psychotic Teenage Supermodels by Sugarpuss (Perth, Washington)
Normally I would never do this, but in this instance these self stated album descriptions are far too befitting. “Sugarpuss’s debut EP is a small collection of songs that vary so much from each other in style, subject, and mood that it closely mirrors the unpredictable lava flow of chemicals that occur in the mind of the common psychotic teen:” ‘Masquerade‘, lingers hard, from its western hipster pop verse to its otherworldly smooth sultry chorus, come to Brooklyn, Now, Please? @dingusrecords
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Cave Wave by Conquerors (June 6, 2011)
Experimental psych-rock band Conquerors have released an eerily noteworthy single, ‘Cave Wave’. It almost feels taboo listening to this song, it just gives off such a creepy feeling but that doesn’t seem to phase you. With growly vocals and a forceful drums, Conquerors music becomes absolutely spellbinding. I can almost see myself going in and out of a trance, ‘Cave Wave’ echoing piercingly in the background. Lovecat
‘Adventure’ by IOOOIO (September 1, 2011)
The first single by this Swedish group lands them on Dingus for having an irresistible dance beat in combination with those weird, alien-child vocals made famous my the likes of The Knife. Steady like your pulse, ‘Adventure’ contains itself and delivers a lovable dance tune with an introductory attempt at emotional subtraction. If they keep at it, they may strike gold.
- Big Boss
The Hass Effect by Electrocado (June 26, 2011)
To you it may just look like a frog awkwardly stealing the center of an avocado, and thats exactly what it looked like to me. Obviously I clicked on it (because you do want to avoid clicking on ones like this) and I was pleasantly reassured that I had made the right choice. Sparingly sampling a lecturing voice, lecturing about avocados, The Hass Effect is a legitimately bizarre yet stereotypically intense album.
- Big Boss