Friday, 27 January 2012

TRACK OF THE DAY - SULK

[Trust]

Today I wanted to show you guys a new single edit track by Toronto synth-pop duo Trust. This single edit is a few minutes shorter than the album version but still gives you enough time to get a feel for the LP from which it comes, TRST.


I only planned on showing this one song and leaving it at that, but after listening I'm really liking it and I think ill do a full review of the album TRST in the future, when it releases on Feb. 28.

I want to link the soundcloud embed code, but I have no clue how top do that, so I did some searching and found a youtube link. If anyone knows how to embed soundcloud music into blogger please, let me know.



22 comments:

  1. Sorry bro, I don't know how to embed sound cloud. But the Youtube seemed to work, why not use that? more selection with Soundcloud?

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    1. I like Soundcloud because I feel like it fits in more with the style of writing i'm doing, the embedded Soundcloud player is smaller than the Youtube box and looks great.

      Also, you can click the artist and be taken right to their Soundcloud page and listen to their other stuff if you like them.

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  2. http://soundcloud.com/101/general-sharing

    ??

    That help?

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    1. That was exactly what I needed, thanks!

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  3. She's scary in this picture :F

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  4. Thans sooooo much, was looking for a new look & that might just be it!!!! Cool track too, quite like it :)

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  5. It's different, yet I like it :)

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  6. Oh god, that picture is giving me nightmares.

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    1. Hah yeah I was thinking I would get some comments about that, but hey, that's the album art they went for :P

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  7. Like it, has a nice strange vibe to it. But the pic, is ummm rather scary.

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  8. That pic is gnarly. Still pretty good though

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  9. Thanks for your nice comment :)

    I like this song, it reminds me The Church or Echo and the Bunnymen.

    Mabel
    Mabel Time

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  10. Speaking as a musician of 22 years, I have to say this is absolute rubbish.

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  11. Very nice single, I'll be sure to check out the album once it's released.

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  12. catchy, but a little to club-ish for my taste

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  13. Synth-pop might be everything that's wrong with music mixed together. >.<

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