Tuesday, August 30, 2011

A Message To All

Almost two years ago I started Minimum Advice under that very banner right there and it's been one of the best decisions I have ever made. I unfortunately am here to say that I am going to call it quits for now. I have met so many nice/talented/interesting people over these two years and it pains me to stop for now, but there is just too much going on in life at the moment. Maybe in a couple months or so I'll start up again, I probably will. Until then though, I wish you all the best of luck in everything you adventure upon!

Tanner of Minimum Advice

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Kavinsky || Testarossa Autodrive (SebastiAn Remix)

It's been way too long since I last heard this

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Scubadood || Midipop Demo


Vacation || Locust Lane EP

Vacation - Kingdom Come
Deep from the depths of [Vacation's] Wayne Memmer's head comes the newest EP from the soft folk band, Locust Lane. This new chilling EP presents five new songs in the form of a free download via Vacation's [bandcamp]. "Kingdom Come" is the lead song on the EP and what I personally feel is the perfect song to sum up the whole EP, quiet-yet-captivating. Each song is it's own respectable being, but they naturally all sort of flow together. Snag the EP (linked above) and you can also hear (and see!) another new tune "Anything For You" [here].

The Holy Ghost || Little Mind

The Holy Ghost - Little Mind
More beach for you, yah bum.

Laidback Luke & Steve Aoki feat. Lil'Jon - Turbulence (Sydney Sampson Remix)

Laidback Luke & Steve Aoki feat. Lil' Jon - Turbulence (Sidney Sampson Remix)
I know this isn't usually the type of song you would see here on Minimum Burrito, but this song is just too crazy. You must, must, must, have good speakers/headphones to get the full benefit of this song, but if not it is still extremely dance-able. And I mean come-on, who doesn't love hearing [Lil'Jon] scream, "WE HIT TURBULENCE!"

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Moon/Ruin || Ocean \\ Update \\

Moon/Ruin - Ocean
It's safe to say that within the past year or two there has been a rather large explosion of beach-pop revival bands that have been making the scene and it's making it more and more difficult to weed out the ones that are worth listening too. Well, so regally placed into my inbox not too long ago was Moon/Ruin, a beach, "melt pop" band with a new album out titled "Ocean." So I hobbled on down to bandcamp to check it out and I'm instantly blown away. Title track and album opener "Ocean" instantly locks you down for a ride through the waves. Speaking of, these guys blow Wavves out the water! Kale Ogle's ever present voice with the clashing of guitars and smashing of drums all strung together are so perfectly balanced it's mind melting. Download the entire "Ocean" album [here]. You can also check out the absolutely bonkers video for the track "My Demons" [here].

Moonlight Mask || A Coruña

Moonlight Mask - A Coruña
As of right now Moonlight Mask have only four songs out and about and each one is hook-laden and sappy for fuzz and fun. The forerunner of their four tracks in my opinion is easily "A Coruña" with it's fast, up-beat kick that will have you jumping right into its mellowed out guitar hook that will take you back down to Earth with's get-down groove. Its "sunny beach" presence makes it a stand out from the crowd of singles, all of which you can grab over at Moonlight Mask's bandcamp [here].