Taken from Melbourne group Caroline No's limited No Language cassette, a lovely collection of dreamily languid, vaguely psychedelic, and loose, often improvised bedroom pop gems that reveal themselves more with each listen. Recorded with a handheld recorder, and out now "on a hot green cassette in a hot pink case, extra special put together to be beautiful." The group apparently has another new record called Swimmers, produced by Mick Turner of Dirty Three, out soon. Listen:
Australian producer Abelard drops two bright and super smooth new "adult-contemporary glitterfunk jams": stream "I'm OK For Now" (which features a sample from the Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis-produced '80s jam "Change of Heart") + "Who Are You in Reality?" below, and pay whatever you'd like for them here.
Frogs were omnipresent throughout the making of Pom Pom and so too in life where I come from. 'Cane Toads' depicts the everyday horror of life in Australia with frogs. It's hard to imagine what growing up with wildlife such as Kangaroos, Drop Bears and Toads almost breathing down your neck was like, but in this Ozploitaition classic it's quite accurately dramatized...
Autre Ne Veut and Ghostface jump on this amazing new version of Flume's "Space Cadet," best heard in the context of Flume's very tight new mixtape, which also features Killer Mike, Freddie Gibbs, How To Dress Well, Twin Shadow + more, and is available exclusively as part of the Flume: Deluxe Edition release dropping November 12 on Mom + Pop:
We handed the boys in Toro y Moi an old camera + some film from our friends at the Impossible Project and asked them to document their tour for us, and they came through in pretty spectacular fashion. Check out their photos from TX, South America, and elsewhere around the world; all captions/images by Toro y Moi's Patrick Jeffords (unless he's in it):