Quick And To The Pointless

Hey, I'm Bryan.
Guitarist for Mountain East.
Marketing at Sony Music.

Senior at Chapman University.

nprmusic:

A savvy student of ’60s film soundtracks, jazz-pop stylists and Brill Building songcraft, Kat Edmonson nods to her influences at every turn. 
Stream The Big Picture from NPR Music’s First Listen. 

nprmusic:

A savvy student of ’60s film soundtracks, jazz-pop stylists and Brill Building songcraft, Kat Edmonson nods to her influences at every turn. 

Stream The Big Picture from NPR Music’s First Listen

iamconway:

Surprise! You can now stream my #ShutUp EP exclusively on Noisey & watch an exclusive performance of Shut Up from my London trip! Shut Up EP out this week, Tuesday 9/16! Check it out HERE

iamconway:

Surprise! You can now stream my #ShutUp EP exclusively on Noisey & watch an exclusive performance of Shut Up from my London trip! Shut Up EP out this week, Tuesday 9/16! Check it out HERE

raspberryjamboree:

Jack White - “Would You Fight For My Love?”

Best Lazaretto track.

(Source: ThisisNicolai, via tbandido)

Hozier - Spotify Sessions London 

Self-titled album set to drop 10.27.

(Source: Spotify)

HAERTS - Giving Up

New York City electropop quartet HAERTS went from utter obscurity to an extraordinary amount of attention in a very short time after releasing their first single back in 2012. Their forthcoming self-titled debut album, which drops Oct. 28, has turned out to be one of the most hotly anticipated releases of the year, and the lead single, “Giving Up,” proves it’s worth believing the hype: a propulsive stroboscopic synthesizer provides a launch pad for delicately arranged layers of chiming guitars, airy synths, and a vocal melody delivered by vocalist Nini Fabi that builds to a sublime climax, delivering the gravity-defying sensation of a perfectly crafted pop tune.

(Source: Spotify)

sxsweveryband:

Rufus Du Sol – “Sundream”

 

Pairs Well With…Cut Copy, Sylvan Esso, Jagwar Ma

 

Down-tempo indie dance-pop artists Rufus Du Sol (the “Du Sol” was recently added to their moniker) have released a few singles leading up their debut full-length Atlas (due Stateside August 25), a record that will seemingly live in an ether between the dancefloor and the stage.  This intermingling of genres is certainly top-of-mind in many music circles and Rufus Du Sol belongs squarely in the conversation.  Musically, the Australian group is both spacey and edgy, sharp and soulful.  While these sounds are electronically constructed, Tyrone Lindqvist’s vocals are airy and pure.  Highlight track “Desert Night” is cleanly and smartly produced (Classixx and Casino Gold traded off on production duties for Atlas), a nice show of patience in what could easily have turned into abrasive pop.  “Sundream” carries even more of an indie soul vibe, aided by the most pronounced beat of Rufus Du Sol’s early tracks.  Atlas has already achieved success in Australia, so it’ll interesting to see how their comforting tracks are received across the globe.

fuckyeahhaimtheband:

Finally it’s here. Watch the official music video for HAIM’s My Song 5 feat. A$AP Ferg!

Featuring Saturday Night Live’s Vanessa Bayer with cameos from Ezra Koenig, Ke$ha, Grimes, Ariel Rechtshaid, Big Sean, Papa & Mama Haim, Sofia ‘Hoops’ Sarkisian and a bunch more.

So, I made a thing. We hit up Vegas, Zion, Page, the Grand Canyon, and Sedona earlier this summer, and it was the experience of a lifetime.

mountaineast:

Can’t wait to share these songs with you.

Here’s what my band has been up to in the studio. It’s incredible playing with these guys.