SILVER SOUNDZ | February 2017 Mix (79.6 MB)
1. Dirty Projectors – Cool Your Heart (feat. DAWN)
2. Hercules & Love Affair – Controller (feat. Faris Badwan)
3. Thundercat – Show You The Way
4. Nathan Fake – RVK (feat. Raphaelle)
5. Ghost Culture – Coma
6. Ela Minus – Ceremony
7. Cold Beat – 62 Moons
8. Fatima Yamaha – Araya
9. Jacques Greene – To Say
10. NAO – Bad Blood (SBTRKT Remix)
11. Tennis – Modern Woman
12. You’ll Never Get To Heaven – To Be Fair
13. Talaboman – Safe Changes
Choreographed by Wen hao Chang, and featuring Taiwanese dancers Wen hao Chang and Ning Han.
Homeshake’s new album Fresh Air is out now on Sinderlyn.
Ah! Kosmos, the moniker of Istanbul-born / Berlin-based producer and instrumentalist Başak Günak, releases a new two-track EP, titled Together We Collide, on March 3.
The forthcoming release follows her debut EP Flesh, released by Muzik Hayvanı label in May 2013, and her debut LP BASTARDS, released by Denovali Records in April 2015.
Warp Records signee LAFAWNDAH appears on the opening track From the Land Below, lending her vocals to a stunning number that is streaming in full via the player above.
With his much-anticipated solo album Impermanence out now via Transgressive Records and ANTI-, Peter Silberman has just announced news of a number of UK and European shows in April to support the release.
Silberman has also shared the video for Ahimsa, the penultimate track on Impermanence. He says of the video, “In these strange days, it feels like the most far-fetched scenarios and disastrous outcomes have become entirely plausible. This video, assembled from two sets of archival footage, was made to express this fear-fatigue that’s set in, the exhaustion from reckoning with so many terrifying possibilities.”
Impermanence is out now on Anti Records.
Directed by himself and Matt Walker, Skepta has shared a new video for No Security, a track he released on Halloween last year.
Directed by Jesse Kanda. Arca will release his forthcoming new self-titled album on April 7 via XL Recordings.
Goldfrapp will release their new studio album Silver Eye on March 31 via Mute Records.
Whiteout Conditions, the new full-length record from critically acclaimed supergroup The New Pornographers, is due via Caroline and the band’s own imprint, Collected Works.
Of writing the new record, founder and frontman A.C. Newman notes that, “At the beginning of this record, there was some thinking that we wanted it to be like a Krautrock Fifth Dimension. Of course, our mutated idea of what Krautrock is probably doesn’t sound like Krautrock at all. But we were thinking: Let’s try and rock in a different way.”
Previously they shared the album’s first single, High Ticket Attractions, via an interactive lyric video. Now they have shared another song from the album, This Is the World of the Theater, with Neko Case on lead vocals.
Whiteout Conditions is out April 7 on Collected Works Records. Pre-order here.
Calvin Harris’ new song Slide featuring Frank Ocean and Migos is out now on iTunes.
Tei Shi has announced her forthcoming debut record, Crawl Space, will be released on March 31 via Downtown Records / Interscope.
Mixing indie pop, electronic and R&B influences, Crawl Space is an assertive and masterful debut that sounds like little else out there. On this intimate record, Tei Shi brings a remarkable clarity to the act of being vulnerable, inviting her listener to bear witness to her innermost emotions.
Speaking about her stunning new song How Far, Valerie Teichier aka Tei Shi, notes, “How Far is a song about the line towed by two people between love and destruction. It talks about the process of attempting to change one another in a relationship, and the final desperate point–the last attempt–before acceptance.”
Tei Shi‘s debut LP Crawl Space is out March 31 on Downtown/Interscope. Watch the recently released video for Keep Running here.