Animal Collective return with FloriDada the energetic and kaleidoscopic opening track and lead single from their forthcoming eleventh full-length album, Painting With. The forthcoming album features contributions from John Cale and Colin Stetson, was engineered by Sonny DiPerri, and will be released on February 19 through Domino Records.
Painting With will be released on CD, LP and a deluxe LP bundled with a 7″ and a zoetropic turntable slipmat. The album will be available in three different covers, each featuring a different band member (that’s the Panda Bear cover above). The 7″ contains two non-album tracks.
Pre-order Painting With here, and get an instant download of FloriDada.
Daniel Avery is set to release his new track Sensation / Clear early next month. The 12″ dropped physically last week on Phantasy, with a digital release following on December 4, marking the label’s 50th release.
This is Avery’s first solo project since the release of his acclaimed 2013 LP, Drone Logic. Listen to Clear below.
Belfast post-punk outfit Girls Names have shared the Matthew Reed-directed video for Reticence, the blistering opening track from their exceptional 2015 LP, Arms Around a Vision. A press release for the visuals explain that the video “explores the contrast between human form and machinery. It’s a duality mirrored in the track where dogged humanity and discordant clang and clatter meet to stunning effect.”
“The band were keen to do something which drew on a tension between mechanical movement and the more organic rhythm of human bodies. I then put that concept through a kind of 80s art school filter, which felt in keeping with the mood of the song: using a lot of 16mm film as source material and a slightly old-fashioned approach to montage in the way it’s cut” – Matthew Reed.
Arms Around a Vision is available now via Tough Love Records. Watch the Reticence visuals below.
Silver Soundz – November 2015 Mix (78.8 MB)
1. Roisin Murphy – Unputdownable (Tom Demac Remix)
2. Knightlife – Solstice
3. M.I.A. – Borders
4. Chromatics – Girls Just Wanna Have Some
5. Disclosure – Magnets ft. Lorde (Jon Hopkins Remix)
6. MMOTHS – Deu
7. Seb Wildblood – Submarine (Project Pablo Remix)
8. Mistakes Are OK – Forgiven
9. Junior Boys – Big Black Coat
10. Pusha T – Untouchable
11. Beacon – Preserve
12. Syracuse – Love
13. Daniel Avery – Sensation
14. Aphex Twin – Avril Altdelay
15. Takuya Matsumoto – Coco
Lifted off Róisín Murphy‘s forthcoming Unputdownable Remix EP, which will also feature reworks by Alex Nagshineh and Prosumer, and is set to be released on December 11 via Play It Again Sam. Unputdownable is the closing track on Murphy’s Mercury Prize-nominated Hairless Toys, her first solo record in eight years.
Listen to Tom Demac‘s floaty reconstruction of Unputdownable down below.
London-based producer Marcus Marr and Chet Faker drop their forthcoming collaborative EP, Work, on December 4 through Detail Records / Downtown Records.
Following on from lead cut, The Trouble With Us, Marr and Faker this week unveiled the record’s opening track Birthday Card. Get into it.
Pre-order your copy of Work here.
Borders will appear M.I.A.’s forthcoming fifth studio-album, Matahdatah.
Kansas-based songwriter Taryn Miller, aka Your Friend, will release her forthcoming debut album Gumption on January 29 via Domino Records.
Recorded alongside producer Nicolas Vernhes (Deerhunter, War On Drugs, Animal Collective) at the Rare Book Room in Brooklyn, the album will follow Miller’s debut self-recorded EP, Jekyll/Hyde.
“I was trying to remove myself from an approach that I had followed before, but still wanted to bring in that melodic element that is most inherent to me, and marry it with a more sonically meditative landscape” – Taryn Miller.
Gumption drops January 29 on Domino Records. Pre-order here.
Jon Hopkins just dropped this incredible remix of Disclosure and Lorde‘s Magnets, lifted off Disclosure’s recent album Caracal.
Boston quartet Quilt have announced their new album, Plaza, will be released February 26 on Mexican Summer. The forthcoming record is the follow-up to 2014’s Held in Splendor, and was produced by Jarvis Taveniere in Brooklyn. Listen to the album’s delicately arranged lead single Eliot St. below.
Quilt release Plaza on February 26 through Mexican Summer. Pre-order here.
03. Searching For
04. O’Connor’s Barn
05. Eliot St.
06. Hissing My Plea
07. Something There
09. Your Island
10. Own Ways