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Sebastian Fleet + Count Oak - Draining
Published:
Apr 28, 2011
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Why do we like this?
I tend to think of the Internet as a giant library, a repository of (musical) knowledge just waiting to be searched through. I imagine that I can walk in anytime, scream out a question, and get an answer promptly. And guess what? Even if it's difficult, most of the time I find out what I want.

Sebastian Fleet + Count Oak's EP, which was recently featured on The Weeknd's blog (yes, it is called "XO Till We Overdose"), is one of those examples. There's something annoyingly interesting about elusive artists... I mean, The Weeknd  should partly thank all that "who is this guy" buzz surrounding him in relation to his success. Anyways, back to this track, "Draining." Bottom line: it'll blow you away.

The repetitive lyric "you've been infected now" is surprisingly the perfect way to describe this track - you'll be infected with excitement, infected with curiosity, and infected with a desire to hear more. Their 7" Sun is a great listen -- it's everything you'd want to hear in a lo-fi, chill folk(tronica) EP.

Okay yes, it only has two tracks. But it sounds like what could have been the baby between Devendra Banhart and Grizzly Bear! In fact, I'm certain this featured song is an amalgamation between "Little Yellow Spider" and "Little Brother." I emailed the art collective these two artists belong to and found out they are professionally trained jazz musicians from Humbert College (it's in Canada).

Anyways, check out their website, download and enjoy the EP, then join me in crossing your fingers in hopes that we see more from these talented guys (apparently they'll be dropping a full release called O Sun of Muddled Mind and Distant Space in May, so keep yourself posted at Kingfisher Bluez).
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