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The Playlist: April

Always Shred Muscles, YOLO! Or Something!

By / Posted on 30 April 2012

So much good music! No time to chat about it! Look down, listen up, and go outside because the weather (here in New York, at least) has been nonstop delightful for weeks! Go, go, live!

Andy Dixon — YOLO (And It Never Comes or It Seems to But It Doesn’t Really)Andy Dixon — YOLO

It seems like Andy Dixon (aka Secret Mommy) has been on fire lately, with what certainly feels like more art exhibitions, remixes, and original releases in the past year than any other point since the start of his career. This new single brings the high-energy tropical vibe with metaphysical poetry and his usual glitch-pop flair. “YOLO” (which traditionally stands for “You Only Live Once”) is lively to a degree that is both uncharacteristic and welcome, a pleasant reminder that pop music can penetrate the body and the mind in two entirely different respects simultaneously. Dixon seems set to make his audience question the very nature of their own existence whilst dancing their asses off, and we are more than happy to participate in this game.

Xiu Xiu — Always (Erasure cover)Xiu Xiu — Always (Erasure cover)

Jamie Stewart has had a pretty solid history of covering pop songs, transforming them into his signature brand of dark and deeply upsetting music that suggests a more personal connection than the original song did. He’s done it with the Pussycat Doll’s “Don’t Cha,” Pixies’ “Gigantic,” Rihanna’s “Only Girl (In The World),” and Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” (which was already pretty somber, but became downright catastrophic in Jamie’s hands). For Record Store Day, Xiu Xiu took on this Erasure classic, which has experienced a resurgence in popularity over the past couple years thanks to Adult Swim’s Robot Unicorn Attack game. It’s pretty much exactly what you expect with no variance from the accepted Xiu Xiu formula, but that doesn’t make it any less fantastic. The way Jamie’s voice quivers as he sings makes it seem as though he’s more desperate to “be with you” than want to, and that’s why we love him.

Infinity Shred — WayfinderInfinity Shred — Wayfinder

Sad news came last week as beloved prog-rock-chip band Starscream announced they were no more. No, the band wasn’t breaking up, they just couldn’t use the name Starscream anymore due to a legal dispute (though, curiously, with a Pennsylvania thrash band and not with Hasbro). The good news is that the boys are back under their new moniker, Infinity Shred, and are really taking to the whole “new life” aspect of being reborn as a new band. Having officially added guitarist Nathan Ritholz to the lineup, this lead single from Infinity Shred’s upcoming debut EP is much more atmospheric and controlled than any of their past material. All-too-content to mellow out and tease the foreboding destruction on the horizon, “Wayfinder” brilliantly balances restraint with thrashing-this-mother-flipper-out. If this is the sort of material we can expect from Infinity Shred, we feel bad for having already stopped mourning Starscream.

Muscles — Ready For A FightMuscles — Ready For A Fight

Hey guys, remember Muscles? We wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t, he’s been gone for a couple years longer than the commonly accepted pop culture memory span, and it’s not like he made an earth-shattering impression with his debut to leave audiences clamoring for more like the Avalanches or the Strokes did. Still, Guns Babes Lemonade was in our personal heavy rotation for a good long while and still brings a smile to our face and a shuffle to our step when it pops up on shuffle, so this lead single from his sophomore album Manhood is cause for celebration. It’s pretty typical dancefloor fodder, lacking the wild, self-destructive exuberance of songs like “Sweaty,” “One Inch Badge Pin,” and “Lauren From Glebe,” but it’s still damn good dancefloor fodder, setting our teeth on edge to hear what else might be up Muscles’ sleeves (assuming Muscles has sleeves…) when Manhood drops in June.

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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.