BANKS’ full length debut is expected later this year via Harvest.
Along with the release of a new EP this month, titled Paradiso, and the announcement of a European tour comes the sprawling synth heavy Tokyo Winter, the latest by Canadian producer Teen Daze.
Paradiso will be available as a free download March 25 via Teen Daze’s website.
Last year, Swedish ambient-techno producer The Field released the excellent Cupid’s Head LP. Teaming up with his long term label Kompakt, Axel Willner has released the Cupid’s Head Remixe II, featuring remixes from the likes of John Tejada, Barker & Baumecker, and Vatican Shadow.
Below you can listen to the visionary noise-drone producer Tim Hecker‘s atmospheric take on No. No…
New Jersey indie rockers Real Estate stopped by KEXP’s studio in Seattle to perform four songs from their excellent new album, Atlas.
Atlas is available now on Domino Records.
Frank Ocean, Diplo and Mick Jones and Paul Simonon of The Clash have teamed up to record a new track called Hero. The one-off track is for Converse’s Three Artists, One Song series, which has seen collaborations between Gorillaz, André 3000, and James Murphy and Julian Casablancas, Santigold, and Pharrell.
Listen to Hero below.
The Snow’s Memory Loss 7″ will be released April 19 via Captured Tracks.
On April 21, Brighton’s Fear of Men will release their eagerly-awaited debut full-length, Loom. This week they shared the B-side to their recent single, Luna. It’s a wonderfully refreshing track, entitled Outrun Me.
Refreshing in the sense that it’s pretty unique these days to come across bands leaving songs of this quality from their actual albums.
Adam Granduciel’s The War on Drugs have just hit a new career high with their phenomenal new album, Lost in the Dream, the follow-up to their widely praised 2011 release, Slave Ambient.
The album will be officially released through Secretly Canadian on March 18, but it’s streaming in its entirety over on NPR today. Give it a listen.
Pre-order Lost in the Dream here.
Watch the Anthony Zagarella-directed video for Red Eyes below.
Lucy Stone is the latest from up and coming deep-house producer KAASI. It follows the London producers’ previous effort, the lush and exquisitely chilled out Caroline Street.
Lucy Stone contains more of those signature warm electronic arrangements, and this time a choppy almost balearic vibe as well. Get into it.