There is nothing conventional about the Polyphonic Spree. Sonically they throw down with as many as 22 members simultaneously jamming, dancing and prancing about while creating layered grooves that are part gospel choir, part indie rock show and part cultish love-fest.
When you dig beneath the shimmering textures and ethereal vocals of Sweden's I Break Horses you will discover that the duo of Maria Lindén and Fredrik Balck make soundscapes of depth and substance.
Chris Glover is a Manhattan-born musician and remixer who has risen to prominence via his Myspace page and sterling reviews from various indie blogs. Two of his songs, "Golden Train" and "Animal Animal" became indie radio darlings almost overnight and Glover’s remix work for artists like Goldfrapp and Marina & the Diamonds vaulted him into the big leagues of remixers for hire.
From as young as I can recall I have loved going to the pictures. Thus it is no surprise that in the course of a year I end up seeing a lot of movies. In this age of Netflix and movie channels I still love seeing films in theaters with an audience who is experiencing the same sensory adventure that I am. Call me old fashioned but I think that is the way the medium works best.