Wednesday, November 4, 2009

kimtak schmimtak

儉德大廈 (kimtak building) is a band with an album called "in the forest and the field".

they did not reinvent music and they are not using their instruments in a bizarre, unheard of way to create sounds you've never heard.

but they will calm the shit out of you. and once you feel grounded and drowsy, when you think you can recite the patterns of their notes in your head and that you can already tell where this song is going, THEY ROCK THE SHIT OUT OF YOU.

and whats striking about this is how precise their sound is. its full of rough, distorted, guitar driven textures but its also balanced out with pieces led by piano and blippity-bloopy keys.

this band sounds like an old city at night. its not dangerous to walk the streets at 1 AM, but those streets are crumbling, the trees make terrible sounds when the wind blows through them and the air is smoky.

kimtak building won't blow you away with technical prowess. its the simplicity of the musical verses they construct which allows their sound to be so evocative.


in the forest and the field

Sunday, September 27, 2009

mo murder

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

don't worry, we're not dead

...just sleepy/lazy/busy/think it might have been a good idea to stop.

track 2 and 6 got me hooked. don't do drugs.

sleepy sun - embrace

Monday, February 23, 2009

savath 73

Guillermo Scott Herren's (prefuse 73, savath y savalas, and a bunch of other aliases) tour cd somehow sneaked pass my radar back in 2003.
-from discogs "Tour CDR in regular CD jewel case with handmade artwork (front and back inlays) that was sold (for $25) on 2003 Prefuse 73 tour with Four Tet and Manitoba"

anyway, the album sounds like a savath y savalas release (and some of the tracks are from savath y savalas albums). folky, glitchy, and sleepy.

Guillermo Scott Herren - Sleeping On Saturday And Sunday Afternoon

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Night Time Sunrise

"I want to shout out God." Heh. I'm serious here. Ok, if there is one period of hip hop i'm not as familiar with, it's the early 90's version of new agers that took the native tongue style waaaay left, ie Arrested Development and PM Dawn. I never really took PM Dawn seriously, but for some reason had been wanting to hear this album, and, to little surprise, found it very cheaply used. It's on some weird, happy, ish, with the regular breakbeat behind some crystalicious (that's a real word, ha), shiny brass buddha statue jazz samples in a contorted new jack swing gone Enya styling. Lyrics like "Reality used to be a friend of mind," and something about Christina Applegate not wanting to get it on with Prince Be, "I wanted her to be a big PM Dawn fan" but that's "just how it goes" he guesses. He raps like a short bus version of Erick Sermon, that slightly homosexual slur and stutter. But really, in retrospect it's not as bad as all this sounds or as harsh as it's critics say, and is almost nice, if you aren't afraid to be cheesy sometimes. Most recognizable here is "Set Adrift On Memory Bliss." I actually kind of like it, bloated abstractions about Jesus included (except 'Shake' which is inexcusable). 320. Prince Be is a singer/ songwriter. So, Pascal, this inane post goes out directly to you (I'm not letting you live that down)

PM Dawn - Of The Heart, Of The Soul, And Of The Cross: The Utopian Experience

Bobb Bruno - White Lovers Dream House

I love those days when you don't know something exists, then you fall face first into it, and life is awesome. Bobb Bruno is the best dude, and this is a tape i just happened across. If you liked the one from DNT from late last year, you will like this. Rain Bows is a really great jam, along the lines of Snail's Pace, i guess. It has that same weird soul slithering sound.

Bobb Bruno - White Lovers Dream House

Sunday, February 15, 2009

The world dances on DD

Man, i went to a show of his over a year ago at the Metro in chicago. he had the whole place in like a soul train line zig zagged and we all had to dance through it then add on to the end and put our hands up like a canopy above the dancers. he lets crowd members push the buttons on his machinery... siked to hear this. He told me, after having signed my shirt with a seeing eye pyramid and winged-2012 symbol, that his next album (he was promoting Spiderman Of The Rings, of course, thus referring to Bromst) will be his most popular, then people won't like him as much. real cool dude. you should go to his shows.

Dan Deacon - Bromst (not my link, picked it up on hipinion leak thread)

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

endtroducing re-incarnate

the title explains it.

maker - shooting the breeze

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

HEY, that's my car!!!

Repo. Hurry up while it's good.


(if this review doesn’t seem cohesive, im sorry. im watching brasil vs italy right now. and holy shit, this is a good game. brasil is playing the beautiful game like they should.)

about a month ago i received an email from Jeune Été Records (<---link) looking to get some promotion. they sent me the first two releases from their catalog asking me to do to a review. i often get artists wanting reviews but rarely review, mostly because im lazy, but also because i don’t really care for their music. this isn’t the case for sister crayon and j. irvin dally (i'll post a review for that later along with the plains review). for a new label to release quality like this is impressive.

sister crayon
: beautiful voice. think cat power + bat for lashes + cocorosie. i could very easily turn this review into an article from haterville daily, because the influences are worn on the sleeves of sister crayon. but all is forgiven because the talent is vast.
the music on ‘loneliness is my mother's gun’ is broken up into acoustic, keyboard, MPC goodness. im not one to pay much attention to lyrics, so i wont try to delve into what the lyrics mean (even if they are straight forward.. i wouldn’t get it), but the feeling is there and that says more to me than what the words actually are.
one gripe i have with the album is how long it is (over an hour long). all the songs are album worthy, but it gets tiresome at points.
other than that one complaint, sister crayon is VERY promising and i expect the next release to be even better. take note people... and buy the cd, as they are very limited and is very much worth your money.

well loved

Monday, February 9, 2009

my neighbor's internet is faster than mine

so i uploaded this courtesy of my kind neighbor.
here is some home listening for you guys that like to lay on the floor and chill. it sounds a bit like vincent gallo + tortoise + trip hop style drums. i read a review complaining that it sounds somewhat disingenuous... the style (record static over the whole track while no record sample is being used, out of tune/guitars drenched in chorus for an old recorded effect) at times can come across that way, but im guessing they did it all for the nookie, so its okay.

the gentlemen losers - the gentlemen losers

it's ok to be looked through sometimes

A little different from what I normally post here but this is just awesome. Already on of my faves. Post-punk pop/folk with some Belong-esque drone in between.

Under The Sea

Not sure why inanely named this post that, but it almost fits. Released sometime last year or maybe late 07, it Changeling had another winner for Not Not Fun. This music is kind of like what if you drowned and died and when you died your soul was forced to float around in the sea rather than getting to go back above surface, and how would that sort of haunting sound. This is what I study Philosophy to.

Changeling - Into Great Peace

mountains and hipsters


Sunday, February 8, 2009

So you guys all have this, right?

Just making sure. Supposed to be the best construction of Smile from the old BWilson analog recordings, and it's good, though i don't agree with it completely. Worth while for sure. Someone needs to do a DJ Screw Purp Chick version and call it TusSmile or something.

Beach Boys - Purple Chick Smile

ps - sorry for all the megaupload lately. these files are all over 100mb and, if nothing else, Goldenhymn taught me that if you Mediafire big files in two parts at least 1/2 downloaders will only do the first part, which is bizarre to me.


Just upped these in 320 for the good folks on Atease and figured I'd pass the links around to people I actually care about.

Grizzly Bear - Horn Of Plenty
Grizzly Bear - Horn Of Plenty (Remixes)

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Gem Stone Of The Month

I took this from my guy Tyler over at Slow Homo. If you like the 7", which it seems like you did, get this, too!

Topaz Rags - California Ash

Never Let Them Know Your Next Move

Is Predator Vision the greatest band name ever or what? duhnduhduhnduhdundundunduuuhn. that's what the guitars sound like to me, if i could squash that line with a rolling pin then throw it into the blender on FUCK YEAH setting. I miss doing over-exuberant blurbs. INANE

Predator Vision - II

, Dude

Boy, NNF described "Spirit Soul" as slinky pow-wow dance, and they weren't lying. they rarely do, i guess. shit, this is on some garage funk bass/electric then the keyboards hit, wow. man, i was going to pick this up on my last order and now regretting it. here goes another 6 bucks well spent. This is going to sound gooooooood come summer time. Please hurry up, summer time.

Vibes - You God It

Mules Chill Under Palms

I don't care anymore. Illformed is always going to beat me to posting stuff like this, but i don't care. Ducktails is by favorite guy. His new tape is a little different, more drone raga stuff, but once the 5 minute mark hits (i don't want to spoil it too much, but, you know), awwww. It starts off like the transitional parts of a gang gang dance song, but in raga form, the switches in a matter of moments into some super beach chill stuff on side A. Side b is like the first half of side A travelling through a black hole or something.

Listen, I want more of his stuff. Like tape trades and stuff. I have music things i am willing to part with for these Ducktails tapes. Right now i have the DNT tape, Predator Vision 2, Traum Ecke, and the new Sun Araw split. I need the rest and am willing to give up early PHaunt stuff or whatever else. Hit me up.

Ducktails - Acres Of Shade

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Wire Hustle Flower

Never knew this existed before tonight. Picked it up as a whim used at the record store, and it's from 96 and on Kranky records. Imagine what Kranky puts out now with a Portishead/Massive Attack time stamp. Somewhere said it's drone-n-bass, which seems about right. Good late night vibing here.

Bowery Electric - Beat

Monday, February 2, 2009


since my uploads haven't been working, i'll post a mix by flying lotus for bbc radio 1. lately i haven't been able to get enough of this guy (maybe homo).
this mix is essential if you're a fan of this flylo's work. if you're not, ess a dee (yes homo).

Flying Lotus - Essential Mix 11/29


Sunday, February 1, 2009

Alejandro Jodoworsky - The Holy Mountain OST

Click me!

This should be self-explanatory. If you're not familiar with The Holy Mountain, well, get off your ass and go change that. I love this soundtrack. Some of these songs are serious jammers.

Friday, January 30, 2009


for nt having posted at my regular rate, or the rate i want to. it's why this blog is supposed to have five writers. oh well.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Far Away In Your Mind

Here's the Hecker. Instrumental stuff. I am just getting familiar with him, so giving a description probably wouldn't do it justice. Hear nothing but good things though.

Tim Hecker - An Imaginary Country

Rocks You Can Wear

Topaz Rags is some new NNF stuff fo dat azz. Wobbly and sparse piano and haunted vox, just like I like em. Thought someone said that there are person from PHaunt and Robedoor somewhere on this, but not for sure. Sounds like it though. If it were PHaunt it'd be something like Beast That You Are, perhaps. They have a tape out, too, that i ordered. Haven't seen any links for it yet.

Topaz Rags - Tarot Harem 7"


there's a new song here . some bbc session or something.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Surf's Up

aboard a title wave

courtesy of Atease via What, iirc, this is the new Wavves album


ps - who the shit outbid my $48 ante for the beach demon/weed demon 45 on da bay the other day??? it's a 7 inch of some dude w under 120k plays. people started to learn my gameplan, huh.

Creepin On Ah Come Up

No, not Bone Thugs N Harmony's debut EP, rather, weird folk stuff that you probably already have. If not, get it. It's free and really really good. I would buy it, but it's out of print and costs like $80 on da bay. If I had an extra 80 bones, I would spend it on this.

Woods Family Creeps - Woods Family Creeps

the nineties

Ok. I have a feeling Cold 187um (the producer, he also raps tho), smokes PCP while doing ATL albums. There is just a very specific sound that they have. It's not not typical 90's West Coast Gangsta Shit, but it's not typical, either.

Back story is like Above The Law got signed to Ruthless Records (NWA/Eazy-E's label) around the time 100 Miles & Runnin' came out, and just after the D.O.C. was in the car accident, iirc. You can tell, on the first album, without looking for the date by the structure of the album. Ruthless was trying to do something specific with their pre-NWA break up signed artists, with crew songs at the end, etc etc. Blood Of Abraham and those post-break up guys don't count because Ruthless just got weird - outside of Bone Thugs of course - after that. Eazy didn't really have any idea without Dre and Cube. What I am trying to get at, more than that, is that this is when you can start to see the evolution of Dr. Dre's production career. People have always said that he has these sort of ghost-producers, guys who are coming up with skeleton beats, and Dre just knows how to take an outline and fill it in well (at least well enough to be mainstream and sell gazillions of records). Well, Straight Outta Compton wasn't really anything dynamic production-wise, but after that, after Ice Cube left, Dre got real good at producing. Like his drums were different, he was using these deep funk gloom Moog lines, and this is something that, at least for the Efil4Zaggin and partly into The Chronic, can be directly attributed to Cold 187um. He had a particular style, esp on their first album, Livin Like Hustlers (which, fwiw, had a song called Ballin like two decades before half these fools were yelling that). But it was still unbalanced, and was generally jumbled sounding.

Anyhow, Time Will Reveal is an ATL album from after their days at Ruthless, when they were signed to Tommy Boy, during a weird part of West Coast rap where guys had kind of figured out what worked and what sold, and everyone was trying to make gangsta albums to make a quick buck. But what's different about this is that it's almost like post-west coast rap. Above The Law, here in my opinion, came out with an album well after people really were paying attention to their records that sounds like an 'I don't care' sort of attitude, but not completely. The synths creep around like no other album from that time period. Stuff that shouldn't be put together on a song is put together here, and it works. I've been listening to the single 100 Spokes non stop since finding this, and it's crazy. Like a demo, it has parts where you can imagine there should be more vocals, namely the end of the first verse, and the bridge. There is a girl singing in a style that shouldn't fit the sound. The synth is a low end key preset on what sounds like a Microkorg, which, being that it was put out in 96 may or may not be correct, as I'm not sure how long that keyboard has been around, that fuzzes around another wobbly banged out two or three keys from a more normal sounding piano. I'm gushing now and realize people probably won't make it this far, but whatever. These are the things I hold dear, and nostalgia is as significant as any other reason to like things like music.

Above The Law - Time Will Reveal

Thursday, January 22, 2009

The Darling Daughters of Noise

Yes! We, or at least I, have been waiting on this. Just copped from EXBX, and can't wait to get it. Track 2 sees more strings than we are accoustomed to on P'Haunt tapes, and it's a welcomed addition to an already dope as eff sound.

Pocahaunted - Gold Miner's Daughter (from ill formed whom we love very much, just check the blogroll). Was also on Hipinion's Listening Party thread... BTW, Nathan, you need to let me in.)

Edit: Illformed doesn't steal links as far as i know. Sorry, was confusing it with BlochasGratis or WTF. They stole yesoos' links all the time.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Empty Nest

Haven't posted for a couple days because semester started/ been mainly listening to 90's gangsta shit, and figure most people here don't care about that so much. Just picked this up, not too sure what all is on it, but am assuming it's remixes/extra tracks from the album before In Ear Park. A Why? remix of Sailing By Night, couple live songs, etc etc. If you like Grizzly Bear/D.O.E. 320 bitrate

Department Of Eagles - Johnny Glaze Christmas...

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Poca Olson

Tovahaunted is the collaboration of--obviously Pocahaunted, and Tova Olson of Dead Machines. This is also a one-sided LP. Enjoy.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Why I Love Ghostface Killah

i remember seeing these, probably around the time Wonder Showzen was on MTV2. oh, the wonders of youtube

and then we have the following as well... my main homeboy victrola will appreciate around the 550 mark. ha!

Like you rainbow man or something...get off that speedo shit, don't shake my hand when you fucking see me:

and finally, sex talk with GFK "sometimes you go down there and you kiss that poopoo"

Friday, January 16, 2009

Trombone Ron

Rusty Santos is basically Animal Collective/Paw Track's best dude. He records many of the albums released on Paw Tracks as well as Sung Tongs, etc. His own music is like the minor league version of AC. The Heavens really frustrates me because he gets into these fits of genius, only to quickly abandon them in favor of something lessor. Eternity Spans, however, finds a nice balance, though the highs aren't as high. He himself is probably really high.

Rusty Santos - Eternity Spans
Rusty Santos - The Heavens

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

sea people

...And now for something a little different. I made this a while ago. It's noise pop I guess. Think No Age underwater with some sloppy guitar playing. It'll be released on tape soon so yeah. Tell me whatcha think.

Fruit Sand - We Came From Our Parents

Monday, January 12, 2009


So I bought this on tape (84/100, bitches) a while back (from DNT), and honestly didn't listen to it a whole bunch. Then today I was doing my normal internet thing and I found out that this is another band that Wavves is in. Crazy (Also came to understand that Traum Ecke is Ducktails, and I had that one sitting around my bedroom, too. Gotta love when stuff like that happens). It's not as, uh, rock as Wavves as Wavves is, though I wouldn't go so far as to say it's that different than Beach Demon/Weed Demon. It's cool. The last joint is probably my favorite.

Fantastic Magic - Witch Choir

Water the mound

Hi there. To start off my being here, I decided to post one of my favorite albums of 2008. Yes, from the cover, it seems like another indie folk album but it isn't. It's the first thing in a while that I've actually been able to call "beautiful". I really can't compare it to anything else. It's like the Women album, it's hard to explain. I almost knew nothing about this band. I heard two tracks on their myspace page and ordered it. So, yeah. It's hard to evaluate so download this and buy it if you enjoy it. It's like Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 with some folk influences. It's all over the place.

Hermit Thrushes - Benaki

In Charge Of Sweating It Out

The Leak is on! If you like Silent Shout, and always wondered what it would sound like if you stripped the darkness-offsetting-beats, well, wonder no longer! I still think homegirl is the closest to an actual publishable poet in modern music. Something about not understanding English well tends to bring out cool word combinations.

Fever Ray - Fever Ray

Sunday, January 11, 2009


the first time i heard Mulatu Astatke i was at work and someone put in the broken flowers soundtrack. i fell in love... or lust. my palms began to sweat and my heart began to beat fast. i was ready for it.
i mean, how could you not like funky jazz from Africa? the drums, the guitars, the grooves. this is the kind of shit Dj Shadow fans will enjoy and want to have the sex with. DO IT!

Mulatu Astatke - Ethiopiques, Vol. 4: Ethio Jazz & Musique Instrumentale, 1969-1974

Swimming in a Basement Full of Gold Coin

Why you should buy from DNT? Because Tynan puts out dope shit like this, of course! Side A is Ducktails (wooo oooh), general DT fair, Jersey summers on the shore, throwing frisbees to sweet dogs and doggs; Side B is Mudboy, who is always doing some cool shit, these are really some summertime jams, like good old G-funk but more like 4-track cassette funk. Two good artists to put together on a tape split. If you guys and gals like Mudboy, let me know, cuz there's more in the back.

Speaking of Gold Coin, does anyone remember the Game Boy game Wario and the 7 Gold Coins or some shit? Man, I need the old o.g. Game Boy back in my life. Heh. I'm not bitter, it's just humorous in my opinion to add some inane shit to every post. :) It's a beautiful day.

Ducktails/Mudboy - Summer Of Saucers

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Bored-ing hard

I'm going to admit to not having listened to this band until a week ago, after finally having spun a remix 12" I bought at Shake It in Cinci. They are crazy, and all over the place, but constant and solidified. But always moving. Lots of Drums. Yoshimi-Pee or whatever has to be the Yoshimi of Flaming Lips fame, right? I mean, Boredoms are on Warner Bros in Japan, so maybe in some weird, cross-promotion only Coyne would think of? If you like Black Dice, I recommend this. For serious, this is on some astral plane campfire tribal moonwalk shit. (files over 100 mb are megaupload)

Boredoms - Chocolate Synthesizer
Boredoms - Vision Creation Newsun
Boredoms - Pop Tatari
Boredoms - Super AE
Boredoms - 77 Boadrum

just in case you don't have this

one of my all time favorite albums. SAB2 was my going to bed music. i had to skip to track 3 though... it was just so soothing (and track 2 scared the shit out of me).
i guess this is one of those classic ambient albums everyone has or has heard. if you haven't listened to this yet, you should. it's beautiful, haunting (this word is used too much to describe music, but in this case... it fits), and in 320 bitrate!
which is why i had to up it in rapidshare. sorry about that. but there are two discs, so if you have to wait the x amount of minutes to download the second disc, at least you have something to listen to. am i right?!?!?!?

aphextwin - SAB V. II (disc 1)
aphextwin - SAB V. II (disc 2)

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Any Measured Flow or Movement, Symmetry

Mark McGuire is the new cum-laude of new skool drone academy. You just can't get enough of his magical rhythmic auras beaming your skull after hearing Guitar Meditations. This is the live outtake from, Mark McGuire live @ Grog Shop. Absorb the atmosphere and fly yourself through the cosmic fuzzy licks and check out the healing outro. Nuff shed.

Guitar Meditations improv (Live)

Monkey Flippin' with the Funky Rhythms

Maaaannn. I was over on my main man A-1's Know Good Music blog and he's been posting these DJ Premier videos where Preemo talks about all the classics and the back stories and it made me reminisce, esp when he got on the topic of Illmatic. It's so good, fuck the hype and all that. Best beats, best rhymes, best flows... If you know about yet don't have this I can't trust you as a human being. Upload is 320 quality; Washington's go to wifey, you know how it goes.

Nas - Illmatic

Welp, we started a MoralAdventure group. I encourage people to join and all that, it would help make the blog better, maybe, but more importantly, I've always wanted a forum to call my own. Eh.

Knock 'em out the box

Been jamming so hard on this the past few days! Got the link from ThunderGongz, and it's still active, and want to give him complete credit, as his blog is rad as eff. Kind of maybe similar to Ducktails in a way... but from the first track you know it's supposed to put you in that zone. Tunes to zone out to, a nice stream flowing between your ears.

Mark McGuire - The Garden Of Eternal Life

Hayes and Ye Ol' Guitars

Hey macho men and women, sorry for joining this way too late. I've been under a rock. So this is Vetiver's latest all covers outing before their newest LP (soon) and it's a follow-up album for Thing of the Past, which is also all covers. Vetiver has been my favorite group since they released s/t and it was an eternal love since. Cabic's voice is timeless.

Vetiver - More of the Past

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

for pascal

minor keys, dark but not hard, and maybe a bit nuts (peanuts). this was probably posted on goldenhymn at some point, but i didn't feel like looking for it.
it's a pretty good album, though it's not their best work... i enjoyed 'pyramids' a bit more. shilzzz posted that here a while back.

the vocalist sounds like nails to a chalk board at times... much like the vocalist from high places. but there is a different quality; pit er pat gives off a spooky/"ghostly" vibe that would be used in a black and white horror movie from back in the day. the kind where the people move really fast because of the film used.

pit er pat - high times

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

do you know what's happening

Mi Ami is another of my favs. Tried to find this on wax forever and finally caught my cut at DNT some time back. It's like GGD with a bit more change jangling in the pockets. Recommended.

Mi Ami - African Rhythms

Money Ain't A Thang (no, seriously, it doesn't exist)

Saw this over at Slappinghappy, and then again after a dope ass article on DJ Screw on Kick To Kill, and yeah, it's pretty necessary. Much like the Zeitgeist addendum (though it looks older and is probably where Zeitgeist got their shit from).

Max, mostly

Post-Classical. Someone out there needs to really throw their shovel into that genre. Seems like there'd be a lot of room to cover. This is supposed to fall under that category, though post makes me thing of scratchy and drowned recordings, with it being like a more classically trained and organized Sigur Ros, with no vocals (there is a narrator of sorts, but it doesn't get in the way), and less melodrama. Good reading music.

Max Richter - Blue Notebooks

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Grab my crotch because I'm top notch

For Pringles, who liked the Bobb Bruno. Side A is Goliath Bird Eater, which is a lot different than the Bruno solo stuff; this is more driving guitars, it's hard, but not like omg the devil is about to steal my soul hard. IDK. This isn't so much my thing, inane as that may be. Side B is Menstrual Cyclone by Sasqrotch, with what starts off as free-psych jamming, kind of stares at itself for a minute, then goes into some drone guitar work, then moves to an in-between of the first two movements to finish you off.

Goliath Bird Eater/ Sasqrotch - Split

Girls, Girls, Girls

This is for Chris, who generally hates modern records and couldn't even name 10 2008 albums he liked for a top 10 list at the record store. He liked this quite a bit, I believe. As inane as it is to say, sharing music with friends is a great joy I have in this life.

Vivian Girls - Vivian Girls

Saturday, January 3, 2009

for jor

im not sure if i should write a description for this. no one really wants to know what they're downloading. i mean, i don't want to act like I'm against thinking I'm cool... shit.

the modern lovers - the modern lovers

Friday, January 2, 2009


I liked Skeleton quite a bit, and their new EP, Reviver, just leaked. Haven't listened yet, but people are saying it's a good look. Hurry up, though, because PPM was on top of those Skeleton links.

Reviver (courtesy of Atease via some unnamed source)