Wolf Alice follow-up last month’s release, Moaning Lisa Smile, with another ferocious new track, aptly titled Storms. The track is taken from the London group’s forthcoming new EP, Creature Songs. This is another grungy, guitar-heavy track where Ellie Rowsell’s vocals shine throughout. Dig in.
London’s experimental electronic outfit Eaux have announced details of their long-awaited debut album. On June 2 Sian Ahern, Stephen Warrington and Ben Crook will release Plasticsvia ATP Recordings.
Along with this great news, the trio have unveiled Head the icy lead cut from the album. This sounds simply incredible.
During his March residency on BBC Radio 1, James Blake played a track called “Bloke” by someone named “Simon Tallywhacker”. It’s been revealed this week that the actual track is really titled Girl, and it’s by Jamie xx who drops his Sleep Sound EP on May 5 through Young Turks.
Listen to Girl below, and head here to watch the beautiful video to Jamie xx’s recent single Sleep Sound.
Four Tet has made plans to drop two new 12″ releases later this month via his own TEXT label. Kieran Hebden wrote on his Twitter page that “TEXT029 and TEXT030 and TEXT031 are ready and will all be released on the same day. Around 28 April I think.”
The first pair of 12″s will be released through Hebden’s Percussions alias and are both split singles, entitled KHLHI/Sext and Ascii Bot/Blatant Water Cannon.
Florida’s avant-pop collective Hundred Waters have unveiled a really gorgeous new track from their forthcoming sophomore effort, The Moon Rang Like a Bell. Listen to their shimmering new track Xtalk below.
The Moon Rang Like a Bell will be released on May 27 through Skrillex’s label OWSLA. Pre-order here.
Feel Safe, the catchy and uplifting new single by Liverpool-based three-piece All We Are, has been remixed by up and coming Filipino producer Eyedress.
Like a lot of his own material, Idris Vicuña adds some late-night synth instrumentals into the mix, but on this reworking he focuses almost primarily on the vocals from the band’s bassist Guro Gikling. Things get slightly darker, and I really dig it.
Ahead of its official release on April 18, Fear of Men are streaming their exceptional debut record Loom in full over on Pitchfork Advance.
The album drops this Friday via Brooklyn label Kanine, and we’ve already been treated to songs like Alta/Waterfall, Luna and Descent.
Fear of Men will finally release their simply outstanding debut record Loom this week on April 18. Having previously shared a number of tracks off the album like Alta/Waterfall, Luna and Descent, now comes another titled America. Thankfully it doesn’t sound anything like that Razorlight song.