What a great week it was. Lots of good free MP3's: Tough Age, Tape Deck Mountain and Big Deal brought great punk garage, experimental and indie pop music respectively. Night show appearances were highlighted with Atoms For Peace on The Daily show and great music videos happened from Mudhonry (truly a classic), Trentemøller and Sigur Rós, plau a great Drum and Bass documentary. Spacelab retrograde was a great throwback to 1998 with a Psyence Fiction full album stream from U.N.K.L.E. Check out the highlights with the full lowdown below.
This is the Spacelab Media Player roundup from the week's coverage on Spacelab. It's the highlights of the week in indie rock, electronic music and alternative music in one capsule and end of week roundup. Check back on Saturdays for the Spacelab Media Player coverage, which includes Music Videos and Free MP3 Downloads and Streaming Music as well.
The album was a culmination of so many of the elements that were around in the nineties: alternative music, Britpop, hip hop and electronic music. It blended the worlds together so seamlessly that they all sounded like they were meant to overlap.
If you don't like hospitals, it might just be better to look away, because the video is dark and sardonic tale of a nightmare scenario: creepy doctors, nurses with syringes for fingers, and zombies in wheelchairs. And that's just the first sixty seconds.
The best part of of what Fort Romeaux does is create music that's listenable as well as danceable -- providing the kind of headphone soundtrack for your workday, exercise session or as you travel around town.