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The Playlist: October

By / Posted on 28 October 2011

October has largely been a month of quiet disappointment this year. The iPhone 4S announcement was uneventful, but still a cool product that was ultimately overshadowed by the surprising passing of Apple founder Steve Jobs. The Occupy Wall Street movement started to generate some strong buzz, but they still haven’t really done anything, and related protests in Oakland were famously broken up with gas bombs and riot gear. The weather was largely gross without ever being interesting or newsworthy. Breaking Bad‘s season finale raised the very heights of basic cable intensity, and the Walking Dead‘s season premiere lulled us all back into comfortable comas of complacency. Cyclops and Wolverine had their millionth interpersonal disagreement, leading to a rift between X-Men teams, and the Justice League kept on being unlikeable teen drama versions of themselves. Yup, October was a month we’d all probably rather forget about, but at least there was some fantastically catchy music to help us pass out time!

Wavves — I Wanna Meet Dave Grohl

Wavves' I Wanna Meet Dave GrohlWhen Nathan Williams first popped up on the scene with his garage rock project Wavves… well… the results were mixed. Neither his songwriting nor his personality were prepared for launching into the global stage of indie rock festivals, but Williams kept at it and, on last year’s King of the Beach, evolved from the Growlith of garage rock to the Arcanine of Pop Punk (that’s right, he’s a pokémon). “I Wanna Meet Dave Grohl” takes him one step further with hooky guitar licks, vocal harmonies and, for the first time, a potential breakthrough hit. This track would be just as comfortable on top 40 radio as it would on the promotional cassette mix that came with your new skateboard sneakers.

Unicorn Kid — True Love Fantasy (ft. Talk To Animals)

Unicorn Kid's Tidal Rave EPUnicorn Kid has been making a name for himself on the live electronic scene for a li’l bit now and there was more than a little bit of anticipation for his Tidal Rave EP, but nobody expected his tropical dancefloor echoes to mesh so brilliantly with the gleeful wails of Talk To Animals (who absolutely stole the show at Blip Festival earlier this year). Hand claps and steel drums propagate the soundscape, chiptune synths and club siren blasts turn the tides from pleasant electronica to serious party material, and Talk To Animals’ vibrant shouts of enthusiastic support to anyone and everyone within earshot make “True Love Fantasy” a celebration of all things on or around the dancefloor. Don’t you just want to be a party to that?

Idle Warship — Driving Me Insane

Idle Warship's Habits of the HeartWhat? There’s a new Idle Warship release? Yes, the trio of Talib Kweli, Res and Graph Nobel are back with eleven tracks of new hip-hop/soul fusion hotness, and this closing track may just be the hottest. A jam about mass transit infatuation burns up with quite possibly the slickest and most timeless hook we’ve heard all year. Talib’s verse is particularly endearing with its admission of self-doubt and neuroticism. The real takeaway, though, is how Res arcs for the high note on “out of my head” on every chorus. Most singers would save that for the final reprieve, but Res knows how goddamn fantastic it sounds and goes straight for it every single time. Lesser artists would make this sound cheap, but Idle Warship come across as confident and positively own it. If Woody Allen were a rap producer, “Diving Me Insane” would be his Bananas.

College — A Real Hero (feat. Electric Youth)

College's A Real HeroHipsters around the world rushed out earlier this month to see the beautifully retro-styled action-thriller Drive in theaters, and an overwhelming chunk of those hipsters then raced home to download the film’s soundtrack, rocketing it up the sales charts on iTunes and Amazon, as well as social music sites like Hype Machine. The modern European 80′s revival was in full effect across the whole soundtrack, but the track that stood out to most theatergoers was this nearly two-year-old ballad by David Grellier, aka College. In the film, this track was used simply to punctuate the heartfelt eye-lock between Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan, the adorable-if-boring couple that was never permitted to be together and drive home what a better man Gosling’s character was than her husband. What audiences heard, though, was the sound of a million mixtapes being conceived simultaneously. The song is remarkably spare and straightforward, taking it’s time to tell its incredibly streamlined message. The simplest ideas often warrant the most prolonged reflection, though, and the nonchalant hook of “A Real Hero” never seems to get old after dozens of repetitions.

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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.