“The study also found significant overlap between these segments, known as copy number variants (CNVs), and genetic variants implicated in autism and schizophrenia, proving strong evidence that ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder”
Sorry if you can’t concentrate on the article long enough to read it. It’s the CNVs.
Daily Doses: Dead Gaze “Take Me Home Or I Die Alone” From The S/T 7”
Hold on just one second before playing this song.
Just let your finger hover over the mouse before clicking, and try to build up a sense of anticipation. Build up that sense that you’re about to be hit with something big, something huge, something that makes every second for the 278 of them that it’s on feel like the world is perhaps far more complex and joyous than previously dreamed of in our philosophies.
Okay, good. Now hit play
How good is that?
I’ve been completely enamored with Dead Gaze since “This Big World” hit roughly 5 months ago, and since then I’ve devoured everything that he (Mr. R. Cole Furlow of Mississippi) does. How he manages to put this much power and feeling into a song without ever feeling like it’s actually an effort is beyond me. Without question one of my favorite new artists of this year.
Make sure to go to Impose Magazine via the link below, where you can grab the b-side to the 7”: “Emmanuel Can’t Come Close Enough”
I’ve been waiting patiently for a new Deerhunter album since Microcastle was released and I completely digested each song. What Bradford Cox brings to each project he works on, whether it be his main act Deerhunter or his solo work as Atlas Sound, is always something special and beyond any expectation. So with the release of a couple new tracks (Revival and Helicopter) from the highly anticipated album Halcyon Digest with a new video for the latter, I’m in completer Deerhunter mode at this point. Thus adding to the excitement was yet another remix from the illwaving master Star Slinger, this time putting his touch on the more recent single “Helicopter” The track is a little faster in pace than the original with heavier basslines and a higher pitch-sounding Bradford Cox. Darren still kept many of the songs original elements intact but for me its the chorus that grabbed my attention. His collection of remixes is still availablehere for free download
I should’ve listened to myfriends. This Raindeer EP is full of greatness. This free music is a psych-pop dream come true. Such a perfect combo of electro-dance vibes with psychedelic waves. It’s amazing how this release feels simultaneously DIY and epic. Well produced and self-produced. I have a feeling this is the first of many great releases. So keep an eye out and go download the EP at their bandcamp.