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The colossal, ambient wall of shoegaze guitars and droning rhythmic track defines the sound of the latest from Denver band A Shoreline Dream. "The Heart Never Recovered" -- and progressive-psychedelic music lovers might not either.

"They're trying to put the weight of life on us," sings Massimiliano Morini of Moro & the Silent Revolution. "Our first rule should be to never look behind." It's a dose of folk-pop optimism that's well-worth heeding and hearing.

Thursday, 14 August 2014 07:49

Song of the Day: 'Susie Thumb' by Ty Segall

The latest from California rocker Ty Segall, "Susie Thumb," is a headlong rush into '60s garage fuzz and heavy psychedelia, as grimy as it is thrilling.

Driven by tough slide guitar and Ben Miller's tougher voice, the call-and-response gospel blues of "Get Right Church" just might make a believer out of the most hardened skeptic.

Alejandro Escovedo is considered one of the finest singer-songwriters of his generation, so when he decided to cover Mick Jagger's wistful country ballad "Evening Gown," it was bound to be good. And Escovedo doesn't disappoint on this classic version of the song, featuring Jon Langford.

Taking a few cues from Siouxsie Sioux, Los Angeles-based band Dum Dum Girls combines goth rock with dark dream pop to create the somber, hazy song "Under These Hands."

"Live wire, shine brighter/Death be the only way I get to retire," raps Atmosphere's Slug on the title-track remix of the duo's eighth album. Produced by Ant, the other half of Atmosphere -- and featuring a long list of artists including Haphduzn, Nazeem and Mike the Martyr -- the stripped down and smoothed out song pays homage to Minneapolis' south side, the place where the duo has worked and called home for much of their 17-year career.

New York City-based electro-pop band Hooray for Earth turns Chad VanGaalen’s eerily warped, experimental track into a synth-fueled, psychedelic, danceable tune in this new version of the artist’s song, “Where Are You?”

Recording under the name Slight Birching, Vancouver-based songwriter Sean Travis Ramsay fuses Morricone atmospheres, lo-fi rock and ruminative folk on the new track "Currency."

On this remix of "Hey Mami," Durham, North Carolina duo Sylvan Esso joins forces with Adam Schatz and Ian Chang of Landlady for a sound that's as jazzy and bluesy as it is deconstructive.

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