|A2||Ashita Do Naru|
|A3||End Of Time|
|B1||You Know Why|
|SP-11||Snickers||On The Hi-Fi Vol. 2 (7", EP)||Stimulus Progression||SP-11||US||2016|
II by SNICKERS, released 02 December 2016 1. Ria - Ashita Do Naru - End Of Time 2. You Know Why - Embassy - Correspondent SNICKERS balances unsettling darkness against gentle textures and ties it together with cracked fuzz and warble. The first reference we could think of is the Residents -Eskimo in particular- but that still isn't enough to get one started as a listener. Each side is a medley of short compositions with Lynch-ian dream-like states presented as though it were recorded from a radio and stored under Laura Palmer's bed for the last couple of decades. It's probably just better to let go and be swept into its world with this follow up to their debut, "On the HI-Fi. Some words from Aquarius: "The music is super lo-fi, an avant, abstract, minimal murk pop, wreathed in TONS of FX, swaths of blurred reverb, a soft focus haze that renders the whole thing washed out and fantastically faded.
On The Hi-Fi Vol. III. Play album. On the Hi-Fi Vol. II. 2 tracks · 2 December 2016. 2 tracks · 11 July 2018. Gold Stranger - Single.
Out soon on Stimulus Progression. S N I C K E R S - End of Time. Unofficial: Snickers. WNYU played our On The Hi-Fi Vol II cassette between Morgan Delt and The Allah-las last week! Out on 7" vinyl in early September on Stimulus Progression! Unofficial: Snickers. S N I C K E R S - Maybe Maybe Not. From the radio only promo double split 7" featuring Dylan Shearer and Richard Youngs.
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New York Hi-Fi, Vol. 2. New Breed 59. CD. 1996.
Classical Country EDM Electronic Folk Hip-Hop House Jazz Pop RnB Rock Soul Techno World. Felt So Low, On The HiFi, Anyways.
American Hi-Fi is the debut studio album by American rock band American Hi-Fi. It was released on February 27, 2001, by Island Records. It features the successful single "Flavor of the Weak. The album peaked at on the US Billboard 200 and stayed on the charts for 25 weeks. The album went on to sell over 750,000 copies that year and the band toured with artists like Elvis Costello, Matchbox Twenty, Sum 41, and Bon Jovi and was followed by a worldwide tour.
If nothing else, they'll give your hi-fi a workout and, hopefully, broaden your musical horizons at least a little. MORE: The best tracks to test your music system. Radiohead – Hail To The Thief (2003). Recurring themes of alt-rock, gospel, hip-hop and electronic music are interspersed with so many other genre influences you'd probably need your toes as well as your fingers to count them all.