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Just when we thought it would be a quiet(er) weekend, fewer new materials released… boom. Much new load-in, much new sparkle. We’re (unsurprisingly) heavily featuring Who Cares About Tomorrow, the new full album from Fawns of Love. We had the distinct pleasure of mastering the final product, and it shines like we knew it would. The new single from Ride beats back most new releases. Two new singles from Brisbane’s Babaganouj rock our socks off. No Vacation returns with a new single, and while personnel changes may have dulled the intensity, hasn’t impacted their tunefulness. New music from Daysee will bend your ears and your knees. New single from Slowly sparkles, as does the new album from Moscow’s Life on Venus. No clue how we’d missed new music from The Mites several weeks back, as we’ve been the ones pushing them for years now. Oversight corrected, we’ll remind you why they rock our pasty little souls. Brand new Delay Trees on deck, plus the epic new EP from 93MillionMilesFromTheSun, grabbed as soon as released. The first singles from the new Sleepwalk LP, Shimmer on tap. Bundled in two stellar tracks from The Wrecking Queens that demand your attention. Plus, we reach back generic flagyl 400 into the archive for some classics from Excuses for Skipping, taking a turn in our rotation. Full packed.

Let’s not forget last weekend’s freshness, including Whimsical, No Joy, Funeral Advantage, Kindling, VENN, King Woman, Froth, Novella, Jay Som, Violentene, Hexagrams, Glasz, Galaxina, Starwheel, The Age of Colored Lizards, Folder, and December Flowers. All of the songs, all of the now.

New Tracks Weekend kicks off 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Remember, you can listen listen via the station page at DKFM,  on Shoutcast, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Plus we have our branded apps for Apple’s iOSAndroid and Blackberry. Or load up the “Internet Radio” tab of your iTunes desktop client, and you’ll find DKFM Shoegaze Radio under ‘Alternative’. You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile, and live-tweeting every track on our sub-Twitter DKFMTracks account. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed. Keep up with our new Facebook group for real-time discussions of what you’ve heard, and sound off!

And, as always, thanks for listening, and thank you for your support!

It’s a BIG weekend for the big sound. Besides the epic DreamGaze Festival LA on Saturday night, we’re rolling out the newest and freshest sound we can get hands on. We headline with a world premiere from Seattle’s Season of Strangers, who are wrapping up their new EP, coming soon to a Bandcamp near you. But the new doesn’t end there. New Tamaryn. New music from Pure Phase Ensemble 4, featuring Mark Gardener. New tunes from the upcoming Presents for Sally LP, Colours and Changes, due this month on Saint Marie Records. A key track from the impending Static Daydream LP that’ll rattle your teeth. Much from Shallow’s Feel Goods! LP, about to play a big role at DreamGaze LA. The just-released single from the ever-awesome Makaras Pen. A brand new single from Melbourne’s VHS Dream, in advance of the debut LP expected in November. A taste of the new Dream Suicides Soft Feelings LP. And the brand-shiny-new single from Angel Falls and Spell 336, sure to brighten any dark day. Just to top it off, we’re playing classic Ride live tracks to bookend your weekend. All shiny, all’a time.

Still pushing Blindness, DROEM, Jay Penaflor, 2;Frail, Blind Mr. Jones, Leonard Las Vegas, Soft Summers, Blue Herons, Alderanne, maquinas, Moving Panoramas, Cat Hair, Orange Vision, The Foreign Resort, TUATH, We Are Temporary, Time Spent Breathing, King Penguin, and (surely not least) the texture and color of Wozniak.

New Tracks Weekend kicks off 8 pm Eastern, 5 pm Pacific, and continuing through Sunday at midnight Eastern, 9 Pacific. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Live365 listeners: it’s your votes that count! Your thumbs-up / thumbs down ratings determine what is kept in permanent rotation. Listen via the Live365 station page at DKFM, on iTunes Internet Radio under “Eclectic”, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Latin America relay: try Radio Terra. And still commercial-free everywhere! You can even keep up with the new tracks and artists you may have missed: we’re live-scrobbling via our last.fm profile. Now you’ll know what you heard, or catch up on what you missed.

All shiny, all’a time.

This weekend we’re celebrating the impending release from Ceremony. Ceremony has now evolved into John Fedowitz’s solo act, and the resulting music doesn’t suffer one bit. The new Ceremony album Distance drops December 17th, so we’ll be playing some of their recent hits, and may even drop a world premiere on you for good measure! Plus great new sounds from Wolf Collage, SPC ECO, The Mites, Lilies on Mars, Downy, Georgian Waters, Keep on Dancin’s and much more. Plus we’re celebrating Mark Gardener’s birthday in studio, so naturally a few classic cuts are in order.

We’re underway at 8 pm Eastern, 5 Pacific Friday night, continuing all weekend. It’s the first weekend we’ll spin some of these tracks, and may be the last weekend for some others. Live365 listeners: it’s your votes that count! flagyl to buy online us Your thumbs-up / thumbs down ratings determine what is kept in permanent rotation. Listen via the Live365 station page at DKFM, on iTunes Internet Radio under “Eclectic”, and on TuneIn Radio for iPhone/Android/Windows. Latin America relay (commercial-free!), try Radio Terra. 5 PM Pacific (8 PM Eastern), til we switch off the lights Sunday night. Full alpha artist listing follows:

Active Child
Alaskus
April Fool’s Day
black is bright
Bloody Knives
Boy King Islands
Brief Candles
Camp Jesus
Cascadia
Ceremony
Cull
Darkrs
Dead Electric
Delay Trees
Doc Aquatic
Downy
Elastic Sleep
Electric Low
Elika
Fixing Bayonets
Flyying Colours
Forsaken Autumn
Frankie Rose
Georgian Waters
Gingerlys
Girls
Golden Gardens
Hammock
Heaven’s Gate
Honeysulk
Jaq Gallier
Jetman Jet Team
Judy’s Funeral
Keep On Dancin’s
Lights That Change
Lilies On Mars
Luna Ghost
Mad Titan
Malka
Man Without Country
Miniatures
Mirror Travel
No Joy
One Hundred Percent
Orange Yellow Red
Pale Pools
Paper Lights
Resplandor
Satchmode
Seasurfer
Shocking Pinks
Silver Swans
Skinny Dream
Slow Bird
solar powered people
Soundwave
Soundwire
SPC ECO
Strata Florida
Sun Glitters
Tennis System
The Casket Girls
THE EARTH EARTH
The Great Wilderness
The High Violets
The Lees Of Memory
The Lost Secrets
The Mites
The Novembers
THREADING
Ummagma
Vapour Night
Weary Heads
Wolf Collage

velvetmorningscomfortOne of the brightest, most focused sounds of the summer comes from Copenhagen, Denmark. Polished, self-assured and ready to rock, Velvet Mornings has dropped an EP full of earnest shoegaze-tinged tracks that sound like echoes of the past, but perfectly new. Harmony, jangle, reverb, angst all mixed together in a blender, structured in accessible songs that sound good enough for a major label release.

Four tracks added to our New Tracks Weekend rotation on August 9th, initial reaction has been nothing but positive. A great balance of dreamy and dirty, Velvet Mornings produced the “Comfort” EP themselves, and show they’ve got a great mastery of production, talent and songwriting.

Much as Young Minds hints at what Velvet Mornings are capable of, with ringing guitar, plaintive vocal line and big harmony, the track Close says even more about their songwriting ability. Shades of modern alt-rock mixed with Swervedriver and Ride, this journey into angst gets ever more intricate toward the middle, as we follow the guitar into reverb-drenched heaven.

Founded in September 2012, Velvet Mornings “Comfort” EP sounds like folks who’ve spent years refining their soaring sound. Ignore at your peril.

velvetmorningsshoegazeGet Velvet Mornings’ “Comfort EP” at their Bandcamp, follow them on Facebook and YouTube. And, as always, hear tomorrow’s artists today at DKFM.