Jessie Ware has hooked up with J. Cole for a remix of Kind Of… Sometimes… Maybe, which was originally co-written with Miguel and production duo BenZel (aka Benny Blanco and Two Inch Punch), and appears on Jessie Ware’s gorgeous new record, Tough Love.
Panda Bear releases his eagerly-awaited new album Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper on January 13 through Domino. Today, Noah Lennox dropped the AB/CD/CD-directed video for his incredible new single Mr Noah. Don’t sleep on this one.
Pre-order Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper here.
Pick up Panda Bear’s Mr Noah EP, featuring 3 non-album b-sides Faces in the Crowd, Untying the Knot, and This Side of Paradise, here.
London garage-punk outfit Primitive Parts, a new band that originally started as a side-project between Kevin Hendrick and Robin Christian of Male Bonding alongside Lindsay Corstorphine of Sauna Youth, are releasing a new 7″ through independant Brighton-based label Faux Discx on November 24.
Listen to their fast-paced new single The Bench below.
TV Wheels / The Bench drops November 24 through via Faux Discx.
Brooklyn’s Public Access T.V. have shared a video for their lively new single, In The Mirror.
With his forthcoming new EP, The Grip, set for release on November 17 via Chess Club Records, Manchester-via-Brussels producer Oceaán has released a brand new track, entitled Veritas.
“I wanted to explore the duality between lyrical context and conceptual production. Taking influences from many facets of electronic music, my main aim was to investigate the effectiveness of songwriting within the electronic plane – whether it be marrying a lyrical concept with similar tonal aspects (inherently present within the production), and more importantly, creating and displaying disparity between them.” – Oceaán
The Grip EP drops November 17 on Chess Club Records.
Future Islands took time out of their world tour and visited 4AD’s studios to perform a selection of tracks from their phenomenal 2014 album, Singles. Filmed in London and directed by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Future Islands have enlisted a string quartet and brass section for their Session, performing five songs including album highlights Doves and Seasons (Waiting On You).
You can watch it all via the band’s YouTube channel here.
Following on from his last solo output, 2013’s Diaries EP, and the release of two demos since, Irish producer MMOTHS has today dropped his alluring new single Yago.
“I’ve spent the past twelve months writing this album
yago and santo were both written during that time
although they aren’t a representation of the record itself, they come from the same place
in a way they’re a sign of whats to come x” – Jack Colleran, aka Mmoths.
Hamster Wheel is the riveting new release by Brooklyn three-piece Desert Stars. While the trio of classically-trained violinist Janelle Best, Gregg Giuffré, and Eric Altesleben have in the past shown promise with their style of “melody driven ballad shoegaze”, look to their 2012 debut for further proof, it’s on this release where their talents truly shine.
The group are clearly progressing their sound, and with the breathlessly frantic and infectiously melodic Hamster Wheel they’ve crafted their finest offering to date.
Dog In The Snow, the artistic pseudonym of Brighton-based singer-songwriter Helen Ganya Brown while accompanied by Eva Bowan, have shared the captivating B-side to her newly released single, Africa. Entitled Concrete Wall, Dog In The Snow have crafted a charming yet subtle pop track that progresses into something irresistibly beautiful as it unravels.