Music, Sight & Sound

Listen to new Lights & Motion songs

Deep Elm recording artist Lights & Motion is gearing up for the release of his new album Save Your Heart and is now streaming the first two tracks from the epic outing.

Lights & Motion is musical savant Christoffer Franzen, a self-taught, multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, engineer, mixer and the namesake of this extravagant post-rock project. The deeply personal project is Franzen’s musical extention of himself, one he hold closely to the heart;

[quote]”A year in the making and a many lonely nights have crystallized themselves into my new album Save Your Heart. In January, I gathered the courage to release my debut Reanimation and I haven’t stopped since. In fact, I’ve barely left the studio all together. This isn’t just music to me. This IS me. This is me doing the thing I love and sharing the things that I am most afraid of. Save Your Heart is about not giving up on those things that make you lose track of time, feel alive and realize there is something that you were born to do.”[/quote]

The album is due out November 12th and the first two tracks are available for streaming below.

“Heartbeats”

“Ultraviolet”

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Listen to Bad Religion’s Christmas album

As weird and distressing it is that the band that so boldly features the crossbuster logo decided to record a collection of Christmas songs, it is moreso that after listening to them, you realize they aren’t so bad.

Bad Religion’s Christmas album. Yep, it happened. It’s out now on Epitaph and you can stream each track through the YouTube playlist above. The songs include their renditions of traditional Christmas songs “Hark The Herald Angels Sing”, “Come All Ye Faithful” and “Little Drummer Boy” to name a few. The set also includes the Andy Wallace mix of their Recide For Hate song “American Jesus”.

I really wanted to hate this but I don’t.

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