Monday, August 30, 2010


Check this dense, serpentine new jam from My Disco. It winds around your brain, gnawing and uneasy; it perfectly captures the timbre of a nightmare, slowly building the tension while deftly sidestepping any hint of resolution. And then it's gone. This track comes from the Melbourne trio's third album, Little Joy, which sounds so far like their best ever - they've previously been (much) more of a live act than a studio band, but Turn sounds like correcting the balance.

[My Disco MySpace]

[Little Joy out 15/10 through Shock]

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