Kayo Dot releases new track

2014-08-25 by Gintoh | 38 Comments
Kayo Dot has released a new track from their upcoming album Coffins on Io. The album will be released on
October 16th of this year.

You can stream the track, 'Library Subterranean' here:

http://www.brooklynvegan.com/archives/2014/08/kayo_dot_releas_1.html

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aircycle
August 25th 2014
1103 Comments


huh

laughingman22
August 25th 2014
2771 Comments


pretty cool

icatchthirtythree
August 25th 2014
838 Comments


it's pretty wild

BigPleb
August 25th 2014
51425 Comments


Album art is great and so is the track.

Wadlez
August 25th 2014
4913 Comments


Woot!!

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
August 25th 2014
14893 Comments


i listened to this and my vision tilted 45 degrees

Digging: Weezer - Pacific Daydream

FadedSun
August 25th 2014
1750 Comments


"vision adjustment to another wavelength"

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
August 25th 2014
14893 Comments


my fingernails grew backwards across my fingers within seconds

TheBarber
August 25th 2014
3578 Comments


I really wanna drive to this

Digging: Mamaleek - Via Dolorosa

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
August 25th 2014
14893 Comments


over the course of the last few minutes my hearts stopped pumping blood and began ghosting it

AnimalsAsSummit
August 25th 2014
2946 Comments


so moody its insane. feel like im an alien detective

progressivetrex
August 25th 2014
75 Comments


Already pre-ordered.

emester
August 25th 2014
8181 Comments


Pre ordered

emester
August 25th 2014
8181 Comments


Oh yeah track was great

Gintoh
August 25th 2014
108 Comments


The music is great but the vocals are really out of place, and tbh kinda weak. I heard Toby say he's a self taught singer and that he never took singing lessons. I don't understand that, because it's not like lessons would hurt, and he kinda needs them.

Don't get me wrong, he's done great vocal performances on past records, but here they're pretty unconvincing.

Gintoh
August 25th 2014
108 Comments


In my opinion of course.

Nomos
August 25th 2014
1529 Comments


Am I just being close-minded when I say that I'm stilling waiting for something as great as Maudlin
of
the Well?

Whenever Kayo releases something, I try out random songs and get turned off by how bizarre the
tracks
seem.

But this....this is promising. Sounds promising, anyhow. I read that Driver calls Blade Runner a
reference. This is amazing news. And here I am, unable to listen to it for at least a couple more
hours.

I see the site still adds weird line breaks once you edit a post

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
August 25th 2014
14893 Comments


gintoh i was actually impressed with his performance at parts in this one

compared to past performances i mean

krthll1
August 25th 2014
100 Comments


Interesting sound, but definitely mind boggling and will take some listens to truly judge. The drums and bass work on the second half are heavenly. Not quite what I was expecting from a Flenser release but nothing can be shocking anymore after Botanist's newest release.

Rhyme
August 25th 2014
1405 Comments


not gonna listen until release date but im sure its amazing

im gonna preorder based on the reactions so far

Wizard
August 25th 2014
20128 Comments


How the fuck is Toby Driver this prolific and yet consistently writes great music?

Veldin
August 25th 2014
2981 Comments


Absolutely brilliant. One of my favorite bands and I am absolutely stoked for this release.

Onirium
August 25th 2014
3035 Comments


Awesome, not very familiar with the band but this song is just excellent, gonna check the rest of their discog more deeply

emester
August 25th 2014
8181 Comments


Oni check out as much as you can from this band and maudlin of the Well.

IAmTheSun
August 25th 2014
29 Comments


Holy fucking shit

Comatorium.
August 25th 2014
4794 Comments


This song has a fuckin atmosphere. I wanna drive to this.

North0House2
August 26th 2014
5999 Comments


Toby Driver is a beautiful human being.

Digging: Delta Sleep - Management

SwallowShotguns
August 26th 2014
110 Comments


that drumming's insane

BlackTaxi2d
August 26th 2014
215 Comments


this is fucking awesome. i hated hubardo. actually i only like choirs of the eye by kayo and part the second from maudlin. hopefully this whole album gels

Digging: Ne Obliviscaris - Urn

TzarChasm
August 26th 2014
270 Comments


I tried to get into Hubardo and some of Maudlin's more highly-recommended tracks, but I just couldn't enjoy any of it.

SwallowShotguns
August 26th 2014
110 Comments


Hubardo's great, just skip the first track

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
August 26th 2014
14893 Comments


dont skip the first track motherfucker start at 3:30 or so and its bliss onward

Jruined
August 26th 2014
1302 Comments


Glad I jumped on this. Lots of interesting things going on.
Sounds like they were having fun with this.

Artuma
August 26th 2014
29118 Comments


holy shit this is awesome

tacos n stuff
August 26th 2014
2701 Comments


neat

Wadlez
August 26th 2014
4913 Comments


Boom!

Notaflower
August 27th 2014
333 Comments


This is preeeeeeeeeeety


awesome

Nacen
October 1st 2014
9 Comments


yes.



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