Baby, you and me

Shoegazing
If you needed any convincing that ’80s nostalgia is still relevant, here’s proof. It’s a gorgeous synthpop track called “Believer” by John Maus. The vocals and beat are both low in the mix, which is dominated by chugging bass and gorgeous twinkling electronics.

I posted the accompanying video today at Exclaim!, and also wrote an album preview for the forthcoming We Must Become The Pitiless Censors of Ourselves.


 
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  1. Posted April 22, 2011 at 1:17 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for sharing “Believer!” We’re rockin out at the office.

    Also wanted to tell ya about a new band named Vacationer that’s making some beautiful tunes. You can check out their song, “Trip”‘s video on YouTube, which has received a stunning 16 thousand views — quite a surprise for such an unknown band!

    If you like what you hear, we hope you’ll share Vacationer with your readers!

    Thanks for hearin’ us out!

    Best,
    Rachel from Big Hassle Media

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