Black Tongue is the mesmerizing debut from LA dream-pop duo GNTLMN, comprised of Social Studies’ Natalia Rogovin and So Many Wizards’ Nima Kazerouni. It’s an exceptionally polished start from the duo, who’ve produced a glowing track built around minimalistic drum machines and endearing vocals.
Jessie Ware has shared a new song from her upcoming Tough Love album called Kind Of… Sometimes… Maybe. It was written by Jessie Ware, Miguel, and production duo BenZel (aka Benny Blanco and Two Inch Punch).
Tough Love will be released on October 21 via Island Records.
Brooklyn duo Beacon have flipped Tycho‘s breathtaking instrumental See, and turned it into one of the smoothest remixes of the year. The addition of some mid-tempo dance grooves and Thomas Mullarney III‘s soft vocals make for one smouldering and evoking release.
Both versions are now available through Ghostly.
Following their acclaimed breakout LP An Album By, Stockholm’s Korallreven will release their sophomore album Second Comin’ on November 4 through Cascine. The album is said to be “built around themes of beginning anew and rising again”, and will feature contributions from Cornelius and I Break Horses‘ Maria Lindén.
The album artwork for Second Comin’ was created in collaboration with the controversial Swedish street artist, NUG.
Listen to album’s first cut, Death Is Not For Us, below.
Following the slightly off-kilter Breakdown, comes Everyone and Us the latest electro-pop jam to be shared from the forthcoming Peaking Lights album, Cosmic Logic. Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis have promised the follow-up to their breakthrough 2012 album Lucifer explores “brighter, bolder spaces than ever before”. Listen to the husband/wife duos playful and very funky new single below.
Cosmic Logic will be released on October 6 via Weird World.
On October 13, Wild Beasts will release a “special edition” of their most recent album, the sublime Present Tense. In addition to the original album, a second bonus disc of remixes by SOHN, Factory Floor, The Field, and Lone, among others, will be included.
Below you can listen to Foals‘ absorbing reworking of the album’s closing track Palace.
Shamefully omitted from this year’s Mercury Prize nominations, Present Tense is out now on Domino Records.
Directed by Paul Banks. El Pintor is out now on Matador Records.
On November 18, Jagjaguwar will release a deluxe edition of Angel Olsen‘s excellent album, Burn Your Fire for No Witness. The deluxe edition will feature five bonus tracks including Olsen’s stellar new offering, All Right Now, which can be streamed below.
Pre-order the deluxe via iTunes now.
Deptford Goth has shared another lovely new song from his forthcoming sophomore effort, Songs. The eagerly-anticipated follow-up to his well-received 2013 debut Life After Defo will be released on November 3 through 37 Adventures.
Stream his latest single Two Hearts down below.