Ahead of the release of Pional’s smouldering new single It’s All Over on August 4, Hivern Discs have dropped a spellbinding remix by label mate John Talabot. Listen to his “Stormbreak Refix” below. It’s quite good.
Bicep’s latest single Satisfy has been given a dark, hypnotizing remix by UK-based producer, Brassica. The Satisfy Remixes 12″ will be available August 26 through Bicep’s Feel My Bicep imprint. Pre-order here.
Way To Be Loved is the lovely opening track from TOPS‘ forthcoming new LP, Picture You Staring, due September 2 on Arbutus Records. It follows the Montreal four-piece’s beautiful new single, Change Of Heart / Sleeptalker.
Pre-order Picture You Staring here.
Change Of Heart / Sleeptalker 7″ is out now on Arbutus Records.
A full-length solo debut from Mohawke, which is rumoured to feature guest verses from several big name rappers, is expected to follow the EP’s release.
Listen to the EP’s incredible title track below.
3. King Kong Beaver
4. Chimes (Gammer Re-Edit)
Jamie T has announced the release of his long-awaited third album, Carry On The Grudge. His third studio album will be released on September 29, and will feature his brilliant new single Don’t You Find.
Carry On The Grudge is available to pre-order now on iTunes.
Carry On The Grudge
1. Limits Lie
2. Don’t You Find
3. Turn On The Light
5. The Prophet
6. Mary Lee
8. Rabbit Hole
10. Love Is Only a Hearbeat Away
11. Murder of Crows
12. They Told Me It Rained
The excellent Courtney Barnett has unveiled a brand new song called Pickles In The Jar. The song features on a forthcoming compilation from Milk! Records, Barnett’s own label, and features labelmates Fraser A Gorman, Jen Cloher, The Finks and Royston Vasie.
It’s being reported that the Melbourne based musician has finished up sessions for her debut album which is due out in early 2015.
Following his signing to Downtown Records, Slow Magic has shared another awe-inspiring track from his forthcoming new album, How To Run Away. His latest effort, Hold Still, is a slightly more stripped back affair in comparison to the sample-heavy lead single Girls. This is in no way a bad thing though, as the producer shows his versatility on an impressively slow-building track. The build-up leads to a typically breathtaking finish. I can’t wait for this album.
How To Run Away drops September 9 through Downtown Records. Pre-order here.
2:54, sisters Hannah and Colette Thurlow, have unveiled Orion as the first taste of their highly-anticipated sophomore album. The album is as-of-yet untitled but is promised to be released worldwide later this year through their new label, Bella Union.
Stream their excellent new single Orion below.
Echo Lake have donated a blissful new track to the forthcoming Marshall Teller Records‘ compilation, Broken Record Vol. 1. This is the London group’s first offering of new material since the release of their wonderful 2012 record, Wild Peace. This Year is an absolute beauty. Swirling, inviting and subtly romantic, it’s possible the dreamiest shoegaze track I’ve heard all year. Simply stunning.
Broken Record Vol. 1 will be released on August 18.
Broken Record Vol. 1
1. Winter Drones – Moving Eyes (I Dont mind )
2. Echo Lake – This Year
3. Joane Skyler – Lakmir
4. Geat Ytene – Untitled Melody (Orange Juice Cover)
5. The History Of Apple Pie – Shake (featuring Gary Jarman, The Cribs)
6. Cheatahs – National
7. Parlour – Slow Down
8. Warm Brains – Now That I’m Boring
9. Dignan Porch – Heavy On The 5
10. Grass House – All I have To Do Is Dream (The Everly Brothers Cover)
11. Potty Mouth – The Spins (Live Grassland NYC)
12. The Vaccines – Blow It up (Tom Furse Remix, The Horrors)
The track is available for purchase digitally via Mute on August 5. Dig in.