Recycle Culture just dropped two new tracks onto his Bandcamp page entitled Hearts Over Clubs and Lights Iced Out. Both tracks are considerably different from one another, and sound slightly more aggressive and housey to what we’ve heard on his previous releases Birth2Grave and No Note.
Norwegian disco maestro Todd Terje drops what is incredibly his debut album, It’s Album Time on April 8 through his own Olsen Records. Today, he shared the albums boisterous lead single, Delorean Dynamite, a typically great offering of thumping space-disco.
Pre-orderIt’s Album Time today and get Delorean Dynamite as a download.
It’s Album Time
01. Intro (it’s Album time)
02. Leisure Suit Preben
03. Preben Goes to Acapulco
04. Svensk Sås
06. Delorean Dynamite
07. Johnny and Mary [ft. Bryan Ferry]
08. Alfonso Muskedunder
09. Swing Star part I
10. Swing Star part II
11. Oh Joy
12. Inspector Norse
Head over to NPR and stream Burn Your Fire For No Witness, the great new album by Angel Olsen, before its official release date on the 18th. I’ve had a chance to listen to it in full a couple of times and I can tell you it’s going to be there or thereabouts on a lot of end-of-year lists for 2014.
Burn Your Fire For No Witness is released February 18 on Jagjaguwar.
Take a listen to Her Ghost, the beautiful new single by one of my favourite new bands of recent years, Woman’s Hour. The London-based four piece simply blew me away last year with Darkest Place, a song that scored pretty high in my Songs Of 2013 list, and it’s happening all over again on their latest offering. Her Ghost is a gorgeous mix of swooning instrumentals and airy melodies built around Fiona Burgess’ lush vocals.
In just over two weeks, Neneh Cherry will release her first album in 16 years, the Four Tet-produced Blank Project. Having already gotten a taste of the new album in the form of its title track and Everything we now get to hear the track I was most excited about, her collaboration with Robyn on the exquisite, Out Of The Black.
Mary Anne Hobbs’ revealed on her BBC 6 Music slot over the weekend that SBTRKT is set to release a new 12″ of instrumental tracks later this year. The announcement came with a short message from the man himself, as well a cut from the EP, entitled Hold The Line.
“These tracks will form a collection of vinyl 12″s before my next album and its singles, maybe a digital release, too. They’ll be out in a couple of months. All instrumental stuff along the lines of the music I put out on Ramp or the early Young Turks releases.”
SBTRKT is also expected to release a new full-length later this year. Stream Hold The Line below:
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?”
Before they drop their new full-length album later this year, LA-based dream-pop trio Tashaki Miyaki release a new 7″ on February 25, titled Cool Runnings.
Limited edition vinyl’s of the track will be released through the bands own label, Blonde Dog on February 25 and can be pre-ordered now via Bandcamp.
According to singer and drummer Lucy Miyaki, the track’s inspirations were “the strings on Big Star’s Third/Sister Lovers, John Cale’s Vintage Violence, and also the string arrangements on The Velvets and Trex records.”