March 2015 Mix


Silver Soundz – March 2015 Mix (111.9 MB)

1. Tame Impala – Let It Happen
2. Grimes – Realti
3. Daughn Gibson – Shatter You Through
4. Skepta – Shutdown
5. Action Bronson – Baby Blue (Feat. Chance The Rapper)
6. Cuushe – Daze
7. Lower Dens – Ondine
8. Jaakko Eino Kalevi – Double Talk
9. Nosaj Thing – Cold Stares (ft. Chance The Rapper)
10. Jamie xx – Loud Places (feat. Romy)
11. Jamie xx – Girl
12. Pale Blue – The Math
13. Fort Romeau – All I Want
14. James Murphy – We Used To Dance

Girls Names – Zero Triptych


Irish post-punk outfit Girls Names are back with their first piece of new music since their 2013 EP The Next Life. The Belfast group’s latest offering, an eleven-minute “symphony in three parts” entitled Zero Triptych, is without doubt their most unconventional, ambitious and experimental release to date. It’s an entirely engrossing experience by all means. Listen below.

Girls Names’ Zero Triptych 12″ is out May 11 via Tough Love. Pick up a digital copy here.

Jamie xx – Loud Places


Jamie xx just premiered Loud Places, a track off his forthcoming solo debut In Colour, which drops this June through Young Turks. The track features the familiar vocals of The xx’s Romy Madley Croft and just sounds absolutely beautiful.

Among the tracks that feature on the upcoming record are previously released 12″ singles Sleep Sound and Girl, as well as Seesaw, a collaborative track with Four Tet and once again Romy Madley Croft.

No Joy – Everything New


Montreal shoegazers No Joy have announced they will release their third full-length album More Faithful on June 9 through Mexican Summer. The group’s follow-up to 2013’s Wait To Pleasure was recorded in Brooklyn and Costa Rica, and features production by Jorge Elbrecht (Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Chairlift).

The first preview of the forthcoming album comes in the form of dreamy lead single Everything New, a track the finds the groups once again nailing that pitch between shoegaze and alternative-pop. Listen below.

More Faithful is out June 9 via Mexican Summer. Pre-order here.