Directed by Colin Whitaker. ANOHNI will release her forthcoming new PARADISE EP, a companion to last year’s album HOPELESSNESS, on March 17 via Secretly Canadian.
The Blaze release their forthcoming EP, Territory, on April 7 via newly-formed Animal 63.
London-based songwriter Marika Hackman will release her forthcoming sophomore album I’m Not Your Man on June 2 via Sub Pop Records. The album including the single Boyfriend, along with highlights My Lover Cindy, Violet and Cigarette, was produced and mixed by Charlie Andrew (Alt-J) at various locales throughout London. This week, Marika shared the official… Read more »
Directed by Aymeric Cattenoz. Laure Briard‘s new Sorcellerie EP is out now on Paris label, Midnight Special.
Porcelain Raft‘s new album Microclimate is out now on Volcanic Field and today the Italian-born-LA-based artist released a new video for the previously unreleased track The Poets Were Right. The video is a Porcelain Raft collaboration with Ra Di Martino, the renown Italian artist and filmmaker. Mauro Remiddi tells us “I love the idea of the… Read more »
Directed by Rich Lee. Lana Del Rey has premiered the video for LOVE, the first track to be taken from her forthcoming album, which is due out later this year. The album is a body of work created by Lana and her longtime producer and collaborator Rick Nowels. Producers Benny Blanco and Emile Haynie also… Read more »
Directed by Michael Tan. Blanck Mass releases his new album, World Eater, on March 3 via Sacred Bones.
Directed by Karol Sudolski and Giorgio Calace. GAME OVER is taken from L I M’s latest EP, Comet.
Directed by John Londono. Adieu Au Dancefloor is taken from Marie Davidson‘s most recent album Adieux Au Dancefloor out now on Cititrax.
South London trio Little Cub will release their debut album Still Life on April 28 via Domino. Marrying a wry, worldly and subversive form of diarist lyricism with sumptuously evocative electronic production, Still Life announces the arrival of a band at once deeply in tune with the greatest traditions of progressive, homespun British pop music… Read more »