Tag Archives: Martin Thulin

Crocodiles’ album Dreamless out now!

17 Nov

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A very different Crocodiles record this time, more focused on bass lines and beats than walls of guitars. As always a pleasure to work with Brandon and Charles in the studio, even though we were all experiencing hardships in real life at the time. It’s not a just gimmick the album is called Dreamless.

 

Exploded View @ Sacred Bones SXSW Party

8 Mar

Our record label Sacred Bones throw a party at SXSW 2016. My band Exploded View is on at 10:30PM sharing the bill with Blanck Mass and Lust For Youth. sbr-sxsw_2016

SPIN premiers Exploded View’s 1st Single

3 Mar

My band Exploded View‘s first single on Brooklyn label Sacred Bones was premiered in SPIN Magazine.

Read the whole article HERE

It’s available on extremely lim ed pink vinyl (80 made) only directly from Sacred Bones site: BUY BUY BUY!!

Burning Blue Soul, 1981.

1 Apr

En mi columna Trashcan Music en 8106.tv escribo sobre joyas rescatados de la basura. Esta vez le toca a Burning Blue Soul de Matt Johnson del 1981.

Lean y escuchen aquí.

2 Mar

CROCODILES’ New 7″ – Crybaby Demon

Brandon from the Crocodiles just sent me their brand new 7″, the first single from the album “Boys” which I produced with them last year, recorded here in my studio in Mexico City. This 7″ has a niff of fancy risotto, stale beer and too many scoops of ice cream. “Boys” will be out at the end of April, 2015.
Brilliant album! Awesome single!

Listen here!

Martin Thulin Mix Tape

15 Nov

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These are some of the songs I listened to when I wrote the album “I’d Rather Be Transparent Than A Shadow In The Dark”. I hope some of the magic rubbed off…
Originally I made this mix-tape for Afterpop.tv but I never saw it published, or did I simply miss it? Sorry, no playlist, lost it at some point…you can always write to me and ask for any particular songs (indicating min/sec).
Music is the only real sex!

Aaron Bautistas’ first LP since Nos Llamamos

10 Oct

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Long-time friend Aaron Bautista finally released his first solo effort. 7 years after the Nos Llamamos debut album I produced, don’t even remember anymore…? What I like about this record is that it seems to live within it’s own universe, careless about trends out there. A very personal album, I respect that a lot. Produced by Hugo Quezada, ex-Robota.