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The Playlist: May

Hot tunes for your Memorial Day!

By / Posted on 28 May 2012

The termostat wasn’t the only thing heating up this month. There’s been a steady stream of awesome all May long. We’ve been so busy with all the amazing that May brings, we didn’t even have time to update this very site! We’re hoping the Summer allows us some more downtime (not likely) but for now, this last playlist of Spring should keep the party train rolling along!
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The Hives — Go Right Ahead

The Hives are back! No, we’re not talking about that embarrassing skin condition we get from wearing polyester in the Summer. We’ve written before about our unapologetic love for the Swedish garage rockers, and they’re primed to release the first new album in nearly five years, self-produced and the first album recorded in Benny Andersson (ABBA)’s new Stockholm studio. Yes, the song sounds remarkably similar to ELO’s “Don’t Bring Me Down,” which the band realized months later after mixing the album, so they contacted Jeff Lynns and gave him a cut of the songwriting. This isn’t a Vanilla Ice vs Queen situation. Besides, it’s just so damn pleasing a rock tune. Check out this video of the band performing it, in studio:

Fang Island — Major

Fang Island — Asunder

Brooklyn-via-Rhode Island guitar maestros Fang Island elated audiences worldwide with their 2010 self-titled LP, and now they’re ready to high-five everyone all over again with sophomore album Major. Lead single “Asunder” is par for the course, but my oh my is it ever a satisfying course. Four-and-a-half minutes absolutely fly by in this smooth, upbeat, fist-pumper of jubilation. Fang Island aren’t here to challenge us, they’re here to unite us.

Omodaka — Hietsuki Bushi

We spent our Memorial Day weekend dancing our hearts out at the sixth Blip Festival in New York City. As usual, there was just so much to love about everything involved in the festival, but those in the know were all well aware that the absolute highlight of the festivities would be Saturday night’s performance by Japanese performance artist Omodaka. A multimedia zeitgeist, Omodaka’s show was breathtaking and thrilling, mixing traditional Japanese folk music with modern chip music and animation. We’ve been unable to stop singing “Kyoteizinc Over Hope” since the end of his set (“On the fourth beat. Every eight bars. Just like, 1, 2, 3, HAAAAAAAAHHH!!!“) but the track that truly stole our hearts was “Hietsuki Bushi,” thanks in no small part to the charming watercolor/cgi video that accompanied the performance:

EDIT: Woah, ask and ye shall receive! All we had to do was mention it on twitter and we got a couple of great videos of Omodaka’s Blip12NY set sent to us, including the aforementioned “Kyoteizinc Over Hope”. We’re especially fond of the audience participation video, though, as you can see us rocking out at the far end of the front row from the cameraman.

Kirby 20th Anniversary Acoustic Medley

We love Kirby. He’s just so adorable and fun and brave and amazing. His adventures are whimsical and challenging and fill us with a sense of wonder and delight. Nintendo is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their pink puffball with a variety of treats this year, among them this charming acoustic medley of a few of the memorable themes from Kirby’s adventures in the various vacation spots in and around peaceful Dream Land. Just try not to smile while listening to this. It’s so chill and happy! Aw, Kirby! We love you! Let’s hug it out, li’l bro!

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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.