In The Pharmacy Cloudcast 13

Helio Sequence ‘October’
Sounds like a cross between The Walkmen and Beach House, but with frontman Brandon Summers’ distinctive vocals.. Taken from their forthcoming fifth album Negotiations (their second on Sub Pop).
[Helio Sequence]

Band of Horses ‘Knock Knock’
From forthcoming fourth album Mirage Rock.
[Band of Horses]

Wye Oak ‘Spiral’
Very different from what this Baltimore duo usually play, this is weirdly prog-like and available for free as part of Adult Swim’s Singles Program.
[Adult Swim Singles Program]
[Wye Oak]

TEEN ‘Electric’
All female Brooklyn indie band featuring three sisters and their friend deliver a post punk / new wave vibe.
[TEEN]

Tall Ships ‘Gallop’
This song from the Falmouth band totally lives up to its name. From their forthcoming debut album Everything Touching.
[Tall Ships]

Dinosaur Jr ‘Watch The Corners’
Typical indie slacker brilliance from the re-united Dinosaur Jr, taken from their forthcoming album I Bet On Sky, their third since re-uniting the original line up.
[Dinosaur Jr]

Tame Impala ‘Apocalypse Dream’
More superior Beatles-y psychedelia from the band’s forthcoming second album Lonerism.
[Tame Imapla]

The Peoples Temple ‘Looter’s Game’
Garage-blues-psych-pop from Lansing Michigan.
[Peoples Temple]

Outer Minds ‘We Are All Stone’
Nearly featured this Chicago band back in April with ‘Gimmie A Reason’, but this time their retro fuzz rock nails it.
[Outer Minds]

Passion Pit ‘Constant Conversations’
Another track from forthcoming album Gossamer.
[Passion Pit]

Frank Ocean ‘Sweet Life’
While I was aware of FO, I hadn’t paid him much attention until I heard The Afghan Whigs cover of ‘LoveCrimes’. Polished R&B with a classic feel, a real grower.
[Frank Ocean]

Lockah ‘The Sour Drink From The Ocean’
Aberdonian DJ producer with retro bleeptronica.
[Lockah]

The Kills ‘Dreams’
Fleetwood Mac cover version from the tribute album Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac.
[The Kills]

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