This week, Zola Jesus brings a modern take to the world of goth rock, and World Atlas does the best Belle & Sebastian imitation I've ever heard.
Plus, some mind-altering hip hop from Gonjasufi. Well, "hip hop" may not be the best description for what Gonjasufi, a dreadlocked singer and DJ from the West Coast, does on his debut album, A Sufi and a Killer. This release is an alternate dimension of Middle Eastern folk, funk, pop, and psychedelic rock. Gonja plays chop shop with these genres, welding them together into a musical mutant that is unheard of.
- Here We Go Magic- Collector
- Fergus & Geronimo- Turning Blue
- Zola Jesus- I Can't Stand
- Zola Jesus- Night
- World Atlas- Saint Mary
- World Atlas- Girl On A Boys' Bike
- Acrassicauda- Garden of Stones
- Holy Fudge- Latin America
- Gonjasufi- Kowboyz & Indians
- Gonjasufi- Klowds
- Gonjasufi- Dust
- Gonjasufi- DedNd
- Gonjasufi- She Gone