FILTER’S Top 5 Stories Of The Week Including Matt Pond, Ghost Wave + More (In Case You Missed It)
By Staff on September 21, 2013
Sometimes you just can't bring yourself to read every single thing that goes up on the internet. Who has time to go through all of those cat gifs and youtube comments besides us? Don't worry, we get it, and we want to help!
Here for your weekend round-up reading pleasure are the top stories that FILTER had to offer this past week in a delicious bite-size format. Dig in!
1. EXCLUSIVE STREAM: Matt Pond Releases Album Of Unreleased 7” Singles: “The Threeep” (FILTER Premiere): 18th Century German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel strongly believed in the power of three. His optimistic believe in the power of progress was shown through the perfect harmony of thesis, antithesis and synthesis within an equilateral triangle. Philadelphia-turned-New-York singer-songwriter Matt Pond also shares this love for the perfect set of three as seen by his latest release that we're thrilled to premiere today.
2. LISTEN: Robert Schwartzman’s STARSYSTEM To Debut At Culture Collide; Shares New Track: We get pretty excited when given the chance to present you guys with new music. So when Robert Schwartzman (best known for being the frontman of Rooney, playing Anne Hathaway's love interest in The Princess Diaries and being Jason Schwartzman's brother) started his new project STARSYSTEM, it only seemed natural for the LA musician to choose Culture Collide for its debut!
3. FILTER 53 Is Available For Free In The Google Play Store NOW!: Have you picked up your copy on newsstands? If not yet then for a limited time you can get the digital issue for FREE thanks to the Google Play magazine store! If you already have downloaded FILTER 53: Phantogram: Embrace The Dark, congrats on having an awesome issue on your desktop or smart phone right now. If not, we're letting you know right now so you can change your wicked ways!
4.WATCH: Jenny O Brings Her Guitar And Car For An Ernie Ball “Set Me Up” Session: Recently we got together with the legendary Ernie Ball to create the "Set Me Up" Sessions: where we bring some awesome artists to chat about their favorite stringed instruments and play a little something for us.
5. LISTEN: Ghost Wave Strips Down For An Acoustic Version Of “Here She Comes” (FILTER Premiere): While the acoustic version does slow "Here She Comes" down to a more relaxed pace, it maintains the strong beat, classic guitar riffs and ethereal vocals of the Auckland quartet's original lead single.