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The Playlist: April

Four songs we just can't get out of our heads this month.

By / Posted on 29 April 2011

Another month draws to a close as we look back on the hot new music that had us completely blindsided and unable to remove our headphones. Fun side note: the four selections this month are from Mexico, England, France and Canada, respectively. Where you at, American music industry?

Sick Sick SickNoise Beat Propaganda – Sick Sick Sick

Dance-punk isn’t dead, it just moved to Mexico. Baja California’s Noise Beat Propaganda bring everything you want from a rockin’ dance-punk jam: high-octane snares, frenzied electric guitars repeating the same hook ad nauseum, an unwavering and solid bassline, peppered with cryptic lyrics about sexuality and a deep sense of wanting – and that’s just the first half of the song. The second half finds the band consumed by desire, as the rest of the world drops out with a single monomaniacal focus that builds itself into an all-encompassing force of voracity. Damn, did I miss dance-punk! Somebody call The Rapture, see what they’re up to.

Tom VekTom Vek – A Chore

Tom Vek’s debut had bloggers stunned back in 2005, and his b-side “One Horse Race” was a pleasant surprise hidden away inside Grand Theft Auto IV, but the past few years of silence had us worried Vek may have given up on music. Out of seemingly nowhere, though, Vek announced his sophomore album Leisure Seizure for a June release and dropped the debut single on us. “A Chore” is everything we loved about Vek in the first place. There is an effortless confidence carried through his voice and music that somehow never crosses the line to being cocky. His notorious disregard for traditional verse and bridge structures is lessened on “A Chore,” but it still sounds quite unlike anything else out there right now. At the very least, the guitars and drums are bigger than ever. Our interest is certainly piqued.

The Bee SidesJustice – Civilization (Demo)

For Record Store Day this year, Ed Banger Records put out an EP called The Bee-Sides with new tracks by Breakbot and SebastiAn, among others. The star attraction, though, was this demo recording from Justice’s upcoming sophomore album. Stripped down to the basics, “Civilization (Demo)” is a charming glimpse at the core musician craftsmanship behind the duo’s dancehall anthems. It’s easy to hear where the synths and sirens would go, but the restraint demonstrated by the keys, drums and vocals here is unequivocally charming. “Civilization” will likely take on a much more traditional electronic form when finally released, but we like to hope the next Justice album will showcase more of these acoustic numbers.

Raw SpectacleMiracle Fortress – Raw Spectacle

Graham Van Pelt makes genuinely interesting music. He’s already experimented with spazz-rock, hip-hop and dance with his band Think About Life, but it’s his solo Miracle Fortress project that has garnered the most buzz for its playful approach to electronic pop. Sophomore LP Was I The Wave? drops next month and lead single “Raw Spectacle” is carrying oodles of promise. Rich with atmosphere and a subtlety that was lacking in previous works, this is arguably the most mature song yet from a gifted and prolific artist. With “Raw Spectacle,” Pelt has created a space of his own, where gravity has no effect and hearts are no longer tethered to their sleeves.

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Derrick Sanskrit has produced critically-acclaimed work as an artist and writer for Nerve, Babble, Pitchfork, The Onion and the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, among others. He founded The Pop Aesthetic during the coldest months of his life in 2010.