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The Playlist: July

Four tracks of lush new summer pop that cool our hot nights.

By / Posted on 29 July 2011

Last month, things got heated up with jams to kick the Summer into high gear. Since then we’ve experienced some oppressive heat and humidity here in New York and we’re almost ready for Autumn to come back again. Doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy the cool Summer nights, though, and that’s why we have four brand-new tracks of indie pop to keep your spirits high and your blood pressure low.

The Drums – Money

The band responsible for every summer jam rocking hipsters’ headphones the entirety of Summer 2010 is back already, and before their sophomore LP drops in September, the Drums want to show that they can do more than croon the 21st-century dance equivalent of 1950′s pop. “Money,” the first single off Portamento, is darker and a bit more brooding, the type of song the Cure might have written if they spent more time in an apartment overlooking the beach (heaven forbid they go outside into the sunlight). It’s still peppy, bouncy and perfectly uncomplicated, just with a touch more personality. Exactly what we needed to get excited about a new album from the Drums so soon after last year’s debut.


Anamanaguchi – UNME

Brooklyn’s favorite powerpop chiptune quartet stopped by Daytrotter earlier this month for a stripped-down session, including two of their “summer singles” from last year and a cover of M83′s teen angst anthem “Don’t Save Us From the Flames.” The star of the show, however, was new track “UNME,” a staple of recent live shows that reminds us how Anamanaguchi can do more than 8-bit garage punk rock. There’s a sense of airflow to “UNME,” like stretching your arm out the window of a fast-moving car, or laying in a grassy field at night to look up at the stars. Anamanaguchi are constantly aware of chiptune’s roots, how it was used to set the scene in order to make a minimal environment come to life, and that’s the vibe they aim to recreate here.


Twin Sister – Bad Street

The lead single off Twin Sister’s debut LP In Heaven is just about the closest the Long Island band has come to “rocking,” which at times feels both awkward and fantastic. It’s still just as authentically lo-fi new wave-inspired as anything from their previous Colour Your Life and Vampires with Dreaming Kids EPs, just sharper and more confident, as is wont to happen when young artists grow up. It’s definitely nice to hear Twin Sister getting a little funky, but we hope doesn’t lose the ethereal mystique of “Lady Daydream” and “All Around and Away We Go.”


Letting Up Despite Great Faults – Sophia In Gold

We’ve said it before, but Letting Up Despite Great Faults is frequently in danger of becoming our favorite band. “Sophia in Gold,” from the band’s upcoming Paper Crush EP, traps the listener in a whirlwind of wooshing sounds. The guitar and drums seem to be playing a song twice the speed of the keyboard and vocals, who themselves are in no rush to get anywhere in particular. The music almost commands its audience to stop and smell the roses, reinforcing that the journey is more important than the destination. It’s an invitation to sensory exhultation. Can someone explain why these guys aren’t huge yet?

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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.