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On Monday, May 27, Brooklyn based five piece Haerts is causing a buzz on the Hype Machine's thanks to the buzz surrounding their latest single "All the Days."
Comprising members from Germany, the UK and the US, Haerts just dropped "All the Days," the group's second single after the well received "Wings" last year. Music blog I Found Music said "All The Days" "contains pretty much everything you might expect; mounting anthemic percussions, flawlessly lavish synthesizers and most importantly, those heart-wreckingly gorgeous guitars from their previous single make a grand return"; LA GA STA described the track as "absolutely beautiful" and Surviving The Golden Age called "All the Days" a "sun-soaked ambient pop song."Stream "All the Days": soundcloud.com/haertsmusic/all-the-days-haerts/s-J5Es8Elsewhere in the Hype Machine's most blogged artists charts there is little change. Scottish electro outfit Boards of Canada has climbed several places after recently dropping "Reach For The Dead," their first original work in seven years. The track was described as "dark and cinematic" by Sounds Better With Reverb and is set to feature on the group's forthcoming LP "Tomorrow's Harvests," which drops on June 11.
Stream "Reach For The Dead": soundcloud.com/warp-records/reach-for-the-deadThe Hype Machine's most blogged artists on May 27 at 9:45 am GMT are:
01. Disclosure (no change)02. Daft Punk (no change) 03. Boards of Canada (+3) 04. Jacques Greene (-1) 05. Smith Westerns (-1) 06. Pure Bathing Culture (-1) 07. Say Lou Lou (no change) 08. Haerts (new entry) 09. Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros (no change) 10. Joe Goddard Feat. Mara Carlyle (-2)
Launched in 2005, The Hype Machine aggregates information from more than 1,000 music blogs worldwide. Known for identifying up-and-coming artists, the site enables music fans to easily find out what music is hot in the blogosphere and to instantly hear and buy mp3s.