D//E Playlist: Destroying Existence Vol.8

The eighth volume - and last one before the end of the summer - in the series of playlists based on recent submissions compiles a great deal of new and fairly undiscovered music.

Molten Salt's dreampop/shoegazing gentleness and the mesmerizing flimsiness of Treasure Box, both courtesy of the always trustworthy 2060 Records, get this thing under way, leading to the airy summery vibes of the enchanting new single by Swedish duo, Dream Lake.

Austin trio Mamalarky stir up an offbeat rendition of blues rock, garage and psychedelia on their debut single which is followed by the distorted energy of Weep Wave off their new EP, Entropy, the darkness in the post punk eight and a half-minute epic by Danish band, Lød, the garage pop easygoingness of the Finnish trio uniquely named Have You Ever Seen The Jane Fonda Aerobic VHS?, and the explosive post punk vigor o Die! Die! Die! off their upcoming album, Charm.

The enigmatic songwriter, John Sterry, fresh off touring the States fronting the legendary Gang Of Four, will be soon releasing his final single from his solo EP as Billionaire.

Brooklyn's Flash Trading submit the electronic sophistication of their killer single which nods to the sound of Manchester's The Haciends club back from the eighties and nineties, shortly before the playlist draws to its closure by Lover's darkly amalgamation of dreampop and electronica, and the Nick Drake-inspired dark folk ethereality of Tree Hollow.

Listen below and spare a moment to look up the artists for more like this...


01. Molten Salt - Absolutely Nothing
02. Treasure Box - Ghost In The Machine
03. Dream Lake - Midnight Sun
04. Mamalarky - Loose Leaf
05. Weep Wave - Perfect Piece Of Pretty Trash
06. Lød - Folder
07. Have You Ever Seen The Jane Fonda Aerobic VHS? - Magic Swimming Pants
08. Die! Die! Die! - How Soon Is Too Soon? (It's Not Vintage It's Used)
09. Billionaire - Death Of A Star
10. Flash Trading - Acceleration
11. Lover - Tax Man
12. Tree Hollow - Say So

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