Real Estate, I honestly don’t know how they do it. Over the past couple of years the Ridgewood, New Jersey five-piece have managed to make that melodic indie sound their own. This is of course largely thanks to 2009’s self-titled debut and their well-received 2011 follow-up Days. Yet after all this time, and without straying too… Read more »
Juan Wauters, of Queens-based garage-folk outfit The Beets, has unveiled the official video to his 2013 single, Water. The track is taken from his solo debut album, N.A.P. North American Poetry, out now on Captured Tracks. N.A.P. North American Poetry was released February 3. Grab a copy here.
The visuals accompanying Soko’s Love Letter are part of a collaborative art-inspired video series between Aaron Rose and MOCAtv, inspired by Niki De Saint Phalle’s 1988 book, “My Love, Where Shall We Make Love?”
Burn Your Fire For No Witness is released February 18 on Jagjaguwar.
Here’s the official video to Solar Laws, the undeniably infectious late 2013 release by Yellerkin (Adrian Galvin and Luca Buccellati). Imagine Animal Collective, Sufjan Stevens and The Shins all rolled into one song. Nice combination right? Pick up your copy of Solar Laws here.
Tomorrow’s World is a collaboration between AIR’s Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Lou Hayter of New Young Pony Club, and The New Sins. The duo have just shared an official video for the dreamy Life On Earth, a song that appears on their self-titled debut album. Their self-titled debut was released last April. Pick up a copy of… Read more »
YACHT dropped their excellent new single, Plastic Soul, today via DFA Records. Here’s what they had to say about the track: “It’s 2014, and you’ve awoken to find yourself alone for the first time in months. Your serotonin levels are at an all-time low. For as long as you can remember, you’ve been relentlessly battered… Read more »
Wild Beasts have revealed the official video for their new song, Wanderlust. This is presumably the first taste of the groups eagerly-anticipated follow-up to 2011’s Smother.
Grizzly Bear‘s tour in support of their most recent album, the wonderful Shields, came to an end last night at the Sydney Opera House. You can watch the show in its entirety above. The performance begins at the 0:09:20 mark.
Watch a previously unreleased clip of Autre Ne Veut perform a beautiful rendition of Counting, one of the standout tracks from his incredible 2013 album, Anxiety. Autre Ne Veut performed the track for Yours Truly at the Driskill hotel in Austin, Texas.