A Place to Bury Strangers
Photo: Emily Berger
Remember that rad Bleached song we streamed from their debut album the other day? Well, rather than make you wait until April 2nd for the rest of the record, eMusic managed to convince the L.A. duo's label to sneak their new single onto a carefully curated sampler. Featuring 10 tracks and available to your left for the low, low cost of free, the compilation hammers Dead Oceans' diverse roster home, from the feedback-engulfed jet plane jams of A Place to Bury Strangers to the fireside folk of Phosphorescent.
Here's that Bleached track again if you're on the fence at all... more »