Monthly Archives: March 2013

Raz Simone – Sometimes I Don’t

Usually I post a child-friendly mixture of electro-pop, indie and folk, and sometimes I don’t. Last year Seattle-based duo Sam Lachow and Raz Simone dropped the ‘5 Good Reasons’ EP to an expectant fanbase, receiving widespread acclaim for the quality of work and racking up nearly 15,000 downloads. Fast forward six months and Raz has […]

Needing Cherie – Peter Rabbit

It’s been exactly a week since your last injection of Australian poppy goodness and I’m not cruel enough to make you wait any longer. Next month will see Dunsborough-based folky five-piece Needing Cherie release their second EP. In anticipation the former Western Australian Music Song of the Year winners showcased the track ‘Peter Rabbit’ through […]

Rajan Chelliah – Amy

Usually I select my tracks from the vast sea of music websites, directories and blogs, but not today. I found Rajan taking the commendable step of peddling his own music through social media and unlike many like minded artists, it was worth a listen. ‘Amy’ is a gentle acoustic love song with an honest simplicity. […]

OCD: Moosh and Twist – Top of the World

Philadelphia duo Moosh and Twist, or ‘OCD’ as they are collectively known, are childhood friends-come hip-hop superstars in waiting. Their mixtapes have been turning heads and pricking ears for the last couple of years and this week saw their latest effort ‘Back to the Basement’ released via DatPiff. Much like their previous releases, OCD have […]

Antonio Paul – City Dreams

Having finally reached the golden milestone of 15,000 views on Slumped, I decided to reward myself with a day off yesterday. I figured that there is no better way of celebrating people visiting your blog than by alienating them and failing to provide new content. After a wild celebration that included Diet Pepsi and Jacob’s […]

The Pierce Brothers – The Anchor

Another Monday morning means another relaxing track to help those of you who face a long week ahead. Siblings Jack and Patrick a.k.a The Pierce Brothers, are an Australian indie-folk duo who are set to release their new EP ‘Blind Boys Run’ next week. The Melbourne-based outfit are hot property in regards to the Australian […]

Dune Rats – Red Light, Green Light

It’s been a long time coming but today’s track is the first mention of garage rock or surf rock that there has ever been on Slumped. I’m usually one of those music fans that finds the garage-rock genre quite abrasive but that can’t be said for Dune Rats’ marvellous ‘Red Light, Green Light’. The Brisbane […]

Magic Man – Paris

Quite a decent percentage of tracks featured on Slumped are synth filled, electro-influenced indie pop numbers. With that in mind and taking on board the old adage of ‘too much of a good thing’, for today’s track I present you with Magic Man’s ‘Paris’. “Paris” is really a pop track with an indie sound, complete […]

The Colourist – Little Games

After spending the entirety of last night on a fruitless search for today’s track of the day, this morning it rose, like the proverbial phoenix, from the depth of my Soundcloud feed and into my heart. Some of you may remember Californian four-piece The Colourist from last year’s delightful ‘Wishing Wells‘. If you do, and […]

The Stoops – Buried Alive

There is no better way to celebrate Slumped In a Corner’s new look than with a new sound. Recent focus has been on summer tunes and bouncy electro-pop but today is as good a day as any to go a little off piste and flirt with a soulful hip-hop number. Australian collective The Stoops are […]