New Snowmine Album
2014-02-05 by Tony Li | 14 Comments
Indie pop rock band Snowmine has released their new album, titled Dialects. The new album is a follow up to the band's previous LP Laminate Pet Animal.

Dialects can be purchased off of the band's official website and iTunes.

Website: www.snowmine.com
Tagged: Snowmine

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Azn.
February 4th 2014
5612 Comments


rough crowd huh

Digging: Flying Lotus - You're Dead!

DANcore
February 4th 2014
204 Comments


I'm buying the album

DANcore
February 4th 2014
204 Comments


"rough crowd huh"

It's cool, i guess we'll be the only two faces on the artwork of their new song

EaglesBecomeVultures
February 4th 2014
5255 Comments


this was news like two weeks ago, sweet band but still haven't listened

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Azn.
February 4th 2014
5612 Comments


yeah nobody wrote the article so I obliged

AdolfChrist
February 5th 2014
1788 Comments


i usually stay away from bands that are described as "indie pop" because they all sound the fuckin same and their songs usually dont have any lasting worth, but im glad i didnt know what genre it was when i gave Laminate Pet Animal a chance. this is not your average indie pop band.

StrangerofSorts
Contributing Reviewer
February 5th 2014
2714 Comments


This album isn't Laminate Pet Animal though. Less energy here but it's still pretty banging.

I really, really need to get round to reviewing it today; I've had the stream for over a month now :/

sniper
February 5th 2014
19076 Comments


i usually stay away from bands that are described as "indie pop" because they all sound the fuckin same and their songs usually dont have any lasting worth, but im glad i didnt know what genre it was when i gave Laminate Pet Animal a chance. this is not your average indie pop band.
agreed

Comatorium.
February 5th 2014
4174 Comments


Snowmine adds a buttload of psychedelic and even some post rock stuff. Granted it was more abundant on Laminate Pet Animal, but that album's like a 4.5 so...

Columbus is an amazing track.

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Azn.
February 5th 2014
5612 Comments


haha I didn't realize that snowmine had such a following on here

anyway yeah I should've said "non-mainstream indie pop" at the expense of sounding like a hipster douche

Sniff
February 5th 2014
1213 Comments


You're officially retarded if you sleep on this

EaglesBecomeVultures
February 5th 2014
5255 Comments


yeah bet this is really good just been busy af

decoyoctopus
February 12th 2014
105 Comments


This is actually pretty good.
I also stray away from things described as 'indie pop' as hipster garbage, but I am pretty sure that the genre was assigned only because of a lack of anything else available.

tcat84
February 14th 2014
861 Comments


They are doing their own kind of post kick start on their website cause they are label free. .. They have lots of cool stuff to choose from including only 9 laminate pet animal vinyls left and stuff. .. Go forth and buy!



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