Directed by Julian Vares. Yumi Zouma’s sophomore album Willowbank is out now on Cascine.
Post-punk trio Shopping have announced their forthcoming new album, The Official Body, will be released on January 19 via FatCat Records. “We’ve always felt like what we do is political in that it’s cathartic and healing in some way, but at some point it just felt like making ‘political’ music was a bit like putting… Read more »
Directed by Zia Anger. Taken from Zola Jesus‘ new album, Okovi, out now on Sacred Bones.
Tune-Yards release their forthcoming new album, I can feel you creep into my private life, the follow-up to 2014’s Nikki Nack, on January 19 via 4AD.
Directed by Ben Fee. The War on Drugs‘ incredible new album A Deeper Understanding is out now on Atlantic Records.
Angel Olsen will release Phases, a new collection of B-sides, rarities, and demos, including some previously unreleased tracks, on November 10 via Jagjaguwar.
The House, the third full-length album from New York-based musician Porches (a.k.a Aaron Maine), will arrive on January 19 via Domino Records. The 14-song affair features contributions from (Sandy) Alex G, Dev Hynes, Okay Kaya, Maya Laner (True Blue), Bryndon Cook (Starchild & The New Romantic), Cameron Wisch (Cende), and Maine’s own father Peter Maine…. Read more »
LA-based trio Hundred Waters – comprised of vocalist Nicole Miglis, producer Trayer Tryon and drummer Zach Tetreault – recently released their long awaited new full length, Communicating via OWSLA. Today the band have shared the video for standout album track Firelight. The video was directed by James R. Eads who states: “I was immediately excited… Read more »
This Friday October 27, John Maus will release his fourth album, first in six year, the highly anticipated Screen Memories. The album was announced with single The Combine, a sweeping and swirling apocalyptic anthem and followed by the nostalgic and soaring Teenage Witch. Today, Maus has shared a third glimpse at the upcoming album with… Read more »
Directed by Martin Falck. The Knife’s Karin Dreijer Andersson returns as Fever Ray with a new music video for To the Moon and Back.