Check Out: Phantogram

Electro-rock duo Phantogram make laid back, straightforward beat music that’s a refreshing break from the clattery din of New York’s animal projecting gunk. Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel (who were originally called Charlie Everywhere) make music in a barn they call Harmony Lodge. This shed is equipped with everything from samplers, tapes, records, synths, drums, to both percussive and stringed instruments. Signed to Barsuk Records (the same label that brought us Death Cab For Cutie and Ra Ra Riot), the band is gearing up to release its debut album Eyelid Movies (out Feb 9). Think uncomplicated Portishead songs written by Serge Gainsbourg.

‘When I’m Small’ is a track off the new LP. It’s downtempo, yet strangely uplifting in a way that’s immediately inclusive. MGMT fans will find much to love here. We dig it.

Download: ‘When I’m Small’ – Phantogram

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3 Comments

  • dPsychc
    January 14, 2010 | Permalink |

    Pretty awesome track there.

  • January 15, 2010 | Permalink |

    This is one of the most underrated albums of 2009. I had first found them on the now defunct indiepassion.blogspot.com

  • May 5, 2010 | Permalink |

    Wow I love this band!Can’t get your song out of my head or off my playlist.Where do I get more of their music?

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