SILVER SOUNDZ – September 2016 Mix (100.7 MB)
1. DIANA – Confession
2. Sylvan Esso – Radio
3. Pional – The Way That You Like (feat. Empress Of)
4. Black Marble – Frisk
5. Peggy Gou – Gou Talk
6. Vince Staples – Prima Donna (feat A$AP Rocky)
7. Danny Brown – Really Doe (feat. Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, Earl Sweatshirt)
8. Rae Sremmurd – Black Beatles (feat. Gucci Mane)
9. NDF – Another Year
10. Black Spuma – Onda
11. Prins Thomas – A1 (Gerd Janson Prinspersonation Mix)
12. Still Corners – Down with Heaven and Hell
13. NOIA – Nostalgia Del Futuro
14. Chrome Sparks – All Or Nothing (feat. Angelica Bess)
15. Cisco Cisco – Jazzy Days
16. Ricky Eat Acid – Hey
17. Dirty Projectors – Keep Your Name
Nicolas Jaar will release Sirens on September 30 via his own Other People label. It’s the followup to last year’s Pomegranates project, an alternate soundtrack to Sergei Parajanov’s The Colour of Pomegranates.
Ahead of its release, Nicolas Jaar has launched a radio network, which is now streaming the album in full. Check it out here, on Channel 333.
Nicolas Jaar | Sirens
1. Killing Time
2. The Governor
5. Three Sides Of Nazareth
6. History Lesson
Sirens is out September 30 on Other People label. Pre-order here.
Sweden’s Bam Spacey, the project of Malmö-based producer Magnus Johansson, will release their new album Eden on 11 November via Hybris. The forthcoming release follows their debut 2014 record, 1998, and is preceded this week by the stunning title track Eden.
Speaking about the track, Johannson says “Eden the song is like Eden the album condensed into 9 minutes. We needed a track to make the album complete, and what started out as a 2-minute long instrumental, kind of evolved into this. Couldn’t really tell you how that happened. Our songs usually start out really modest, with a chord, a sound, a lyric, and just grow organically. The overall feeling that drives is though, is the genuine feeling of loss, of emptiness. When you realize something’s gone and it might never come back. The whole album revolves around this feeling. We never like to all out describe the nature of the songs, they’re almost too personal, and finding your own meaning in them is so much more rewarding. But however the listener interprets the song, it’s always going to convey sadness to us.”
Eden is out 11 November on Hybris.
Simian Mobile Disco have announced a new album, titled Welcome to Sideways, their first full-length since their 2014 release Whorl.
The album is set to be released on November 11 via Delicacies. Lead single Far Away From A Distance will be released as a 12″ on September 20, with a remix by Lena Willikens on the B-side.
Speaking about the title of the new Simian Mobile Disco record in a press release, Jas Shaw said, “Hopefully people who have stuck with us this long, and appreciate the fact that we aren’t trying to repeat ourselves with every album, will enjoy another slight turn sideways.”
Welcome To Sideways is out November 11 on Delicacies.
Leonard Cohen celebrated his 82nd birthday on Wednesday with the announcement that his forthcoming album, You Want It Darker, will be released on October 21 via Columbia.
The album’s hypnotic title-track was previewed earlier this year on Peaky Blinders. The full version is available now, streaming up above.
You Want It Darker is out October 21 on Columbia. Pre-order here.
Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions will release their highly anticipated third album, Until The Hunter, on November 4 on their own Tendril Tales label via INgrooves.
This week, the Warm Inventions, comprising Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval and My Bloody Valentine’s Colm O’Coisog, release the first single from the album Let Me Get There, a collaboration with acclaimed singer-songwriter Kurt Vile.
Vile had this to say about working on the album: “It was a total honor to sing along to a beautifully hypnotic soul groove with heavyweights like Hope, Colm, and all the other top notch musos. To respond to Hope’s call in song of letting her get there felt right and real and gave me chills while singing, even though I knew they already got there years before I walked in the building.”
Until the Hunter Tracklist:
Into the Trees
A Wonderful Seed
Let Me Get There
Salt of the Sea
The Hiking Song
Isn’t It True
I Took A Slip
Pre-order Until The Hunter on iTunes.
Anderson .Paak and LA producer Knxwledge have released a new single as NxWorries, titled Lyk Dis.
The track is lifted from the pair’s forthcoming debut album, Yes Lawd!, due October 21 on Stones Throw. The 19-track LP “merges skits, songs, and snippets into a package of fluid groove and rough-cut rap ‘n’ soul gems,” according to the label, and is heavily influenced by the gospel both artists grew up listening to.
Yes Lawd! is out October 21 on Stones Throw. Listen to Lyk Dis via the player up top.
NOIA, the solo project of Brooklyn-via-Barcelona artist Gisela Fulla-Silvestre, has shared the second single from her forthcoming debut EP Habits, due out October 14 on Cascine, Spain’s Galaxxxy Sandwich, and Mexico’s Buen Dia Records.
New track Love Hack is perhaps one of the EP’s most accessible moments, seeing Gisela slide comfortably into English vocals, a contrast to single one, Nostalgia Del Futuro, where she sung in Spanish. Love Hack is another strong example of the producer’s ability to infuse her unique brand of slow moving and syncopated electronic pop with a sense of mystique and emotional complexity.
NOIA’s Habits EP is out October 14 on Cascine. Pre-order it here.
Fresh from launching an online radio network comprised of 333 channels, Nicolas Jaar has announced a brand new album, Sirens. It’s the followup to last year’s Pomegranates project, an alternate soundtrack to Sergei Parajanov’s The Colour of Pomegranates.
Sirens will be aired on Jaar’s new online radio project, The Network, sometime in the next few days.
Nicolas Jaar will release Sirens on September 30 via his own Other People label. Pre-order here.
LVL UP have shared a video for The Closing Door, the latest from their highly-anticipated third album and first for Sub Pop, Return to Love.