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
Outfit have a new album called Slowness coming out this June on Memphis Industries. We’ve already previewed its lead single Genderless, and now the Liverpool five-piece have just dropped the album’s second single, and opening track New Air.
Outfit’s sophomore album Slowness will be released on June 15. Pre-order here.
Copenhagen quartet Communions just unveiled their new single, the first preview of a self-titled EP that’s due on June 2 through Tough Love Records. Their shimmering new single Out Of My World follows Communions’ impressive AA-side single So Long Sun / Love Stands Still, released at the end of 2014 on the same label.
Pre-order Communions‘ self-titled EP here.
Directed by Simon Halsall and JB Babenhausen. Lifted off Jamie xx‘s upcoming solo debut In Colour, due June 1 on Young Turks.
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.
Run the Jewels, aka Killer Mike and El-P, have dropped the video for Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck), a highlight off their latest album Run the Jewels 2. The video was directed by A.G. Rojas and features Rage Against the Machine’s Zack De La Rocha and Shea Whigham of Boardwalk Empire.
Glasgow producer Turtle has shared his beautiful rework of Mt. Wolf‘s stunning new single Hamburg. His upcoming sophomore EP Colours is set to be released on April 6 through Beatnik Creative.
Yumi Zouma have shared a video for their single Alena, lifted off their recent EP II. Acting as the sequel to their previous video for Catastrophe, these visuals were once again directed by BANGS and focus on a recovery meeting for men.
Yumi Zouma’s excellent EP II is out now on Cascine.
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.
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.