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tuneage:

Sylvan Esso - Coffee

When the folk singer met the DJ:

Drawing on the tension between Amealia Meath’s plaintive, yearning vocals and Nick Sanborn’s ear worm beats, Sylvan Esso have crafted a self-titled first album full of melodic depths and shimmering highs.

In ten terse tracks, it marks a promising debut by an artist already touring internationally, one that shows the polish, growth, and surprising synthesis of their disparate backgrounds.

Sylvan Esso was released Tuesday on Partisan Records, and is available on iTunes now. “Coffee”, along with two other tracks from the album, are currently streaming on Sylvan Esso’s website. 

This May Tuneage throwback is perfect for Saturday afternoons.

bookpickings:

100 Ideas that Changed the Web

Jim Boulton

How the web became the web, in 100 radical ideas that we’ve come to take for granted
bookpickings:

100 Ideas that Changed the Web

Jim Boulton

How the web became the web, in 100 radical ideas that we’ve come to take for granted

bookpickings:

100 Ideas that Changed the Web

Jim Boulton

How the web became the web, in 100 radical ideas that we’ve come to take for granted

ageofdestruction:

soot: Solar corona, photographed by SOHO, 2nd November 2013.

18 images (inverted) photographed over 4 hours. The dots apparently moving to the right are background stars.

Image credit: NASA/SOHO. Animation: AgeOfDestruction.