Gaz Coombes‘ debut album Here Come the Bombs is going for adds this week. The album arrives two years after the demise of Supergrass and was hugely influenced by the film scores of John Carpenter & John Barry. Tracks like “Hot Fruit” channel Radiohead’s Hail to the Thief while “Fanfare” & “Break the Silence” have the light-hearted electronic feel of a Hot Chip song and “Sleeping Giant“ resolves the record on a dreamy note that mirrors French duo AIR.
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Since his last release, George Sarah shifted his attention on writing music for film and television. After 9 years, the constant writing inspired the artist to record another album. A pioneer in the blending of electronic and classical music, his unique sound is still the foundation of his work on his newest record. Who Sleep the Sleep of Peace features collaborations with members of Telepopmusic,Save Ferris, Morrissey, The Pogues, Bauhaus, and more.
RIYL: DNTEL, Daedelus, The Books
Recommended Tracks: 1, 9, 3, 5, 8
The new single, “Outro [Revisited],” from world renowned DJ/Producer Cut Chemist is also going for adds this week. As a member of two successful groups in Jurassic 5 and Ozomatli, Cut Chemist has produced his own music since 1998. His first studio release in 6 years, the track takes heavy guitars and loud drums and cuts and pastes them for a relentless 2 minutes & 38 seconds of music.
RIYL: DJ Shadow, Public Enemy, tUnE-yArDs, RJD2