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Drawn Records: Recent Pleasures

In hopes of keeping a schedule I’m starting a series of new drawings. Here’s a look at some really fantastic albums I’ve been enjoying recently! Since joining Public School i’ve been listening to a lot more of his records.

Bob DylanHighway 61 Revisited [Columbia 1965]
All time hits! It just feels right living in Texas and listening to Dylan.

Beach HouseTeen Dream [Subpop 2010]
This has quickly become one of my all time favorite records. It has been listened to endlessly in my car, studio, and house.

CanFuture Days [United Artists 1973]
Brad turned me towards to the light and wild rhythms of Can. This specific album really resonates with my workflow.


Smith Westernss/t [Hozac 2009]
I’m a sucker for lo-fi hazy jams and this is full of em!

Toro Y MoiCausers Of This [Carpark Records 2010]
This young buck has such great influences and collages them together so well.

Toro y Moi on the Porch


Here at the Porch we’re into all kinds of hazy psychedelia. And though we’ve had a lot to choose from lately, South Carolina’s Toro y Moi has stood out from the pack. Chaz Bundick, the man behind Toro y Moi, melds together layers of washed-out samples and sings with an earnestness that places him right between Ariel Pink and Panda Bear on the musical spectrum. We recently spoke with the 23-year-old Chaz about his wobbly, nostalgic jams, being a music blog sensation, and his near future.

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