Check out Daft Punk’s new stage wear courtesy of Saint Laurent Paris.
Have a listen to the laid-back brilliance of Get Healed, the new single by Columbus, Ohio indie-pop outfit Way Yes. Their new album, Tog Pebbles, is out on May 7. Many thanks to the guys for soothing this incessant hangover.
It’s all about the beat on Pusha T’s new joint, Numbers On The Boards. The track was produced by Kanye West and Don Cannon and it will appear on Pusha’s first solo album with Def Jam, My Name is My Name, which is set to drop this year.
Last night at Coachella, Daft Punk dropped a trailer for their new album, Random Access Memories. The video features Daft Punk with Pharrell and Nile Rodgers performing a new tune called Get Lucky. Anyone following The Collaborators will recognise it. It’s one of the best things I’ve heard in years!
Random Access Memories is out May 21st through Columbia Records. We’re up all night to get lucky. We’re up all night to get lucky. We’re up all night to get lucky. We’re up all night to get lucky.
Random Access Memories Tracklist:
1. “Give Life Back to Music” (featuring Nile Rodgers)
2. “The Game of Love”
3. “Giorgio by Moroder” (featuring Giorgio Moroder)
4. “Within” (featuring Chilly Gonzales)
5. “Instant Crush” (featuring Julian Casablancas)
6. “Lose Yourself to Dance” (featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers)
7. “Touch” (featuring Paul Williams)
8. “Get Lucky” (featuring Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers)
11. “Fragments of Time” (featuring Todd Edwards)
12. “Doin’ It Right” (featuring Panda Bear)
13. “Contact” (featuring DJ Falcon)
Californian indie-pop outfit Cayucas, the project of Zach Yudin, have unveiled their sunny new single East Coast Girl. The track is taken from their forthcoming debut LP Bigfoot.
Songs like this really make me love this time of year, they really do. East Coast Girl is a simple enough track really. But Yudin’s knack for a melody shouldn’t be overlooked, and this track has an addictive little hook. Fans of Local Natives and Vampire Weekend should check this song out.
The National only shared Demons a couple of days ago, but the New Yorkers have kept the buzz for Trouble Will Find Me going with the release of their second single in the space of week, Don’t Swallow the Cap.
Don’t Swallow the Cap is a classy, Alligator era style number, and the band sound like they’ve found their groove on this one. I’m not fully sure who is doing the backing vocals here, but St. Vincent and Sharon Van Etten are guesting on the album so my guess is it’s one of those two exceptional ladies.
The tune sounds great, check it out.
Trouble Will Find Me drops May 21 through 4AD.
I’m counting down the days until Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories drops on May 20. Tiding me over until then is these series of episodes from The Creators Project interviewing contributing artists on the album
The latest episode of The Collaborators features legendary producer Nile Rodgers, the man behind Like A Virgin, Let’s Dance and Le Freak.
Random Access Memories is out April 20 through Columbia Records.
What I like most about Jay-Z is that when he has something to get off his chest, he doesn’t take to Twitter like most other rapper, instead he writes a song about. On Open Letter, Hova doesn’t hold back on setting things straight about his recent trip to Cuba, his part ownership of the Nets and new deal with Universal.
“Idiot wind, the Bob Dylan of rap music. You’re an idiot, baby, you should become a student.”
Isn’t it great when you stumble upon an artist you’ve never had the pleasure of encountering before and they hit you for six? That was the case earlier this morning when I came across …And Then He Said, a “rough teaser” by Swedish singer/songwriter Ottilia.
Like Gambles recent song Far From Your Arms, Ottilia has left quite an impression on me with …And Then He Said, as her voice is enough to send shivers down your spine. It reminds me of Laura Marling and Lykke Li at times. The message on this song is a poignant one and the final lyric is the one that hits the hardest, “I only needed proof, that I was something.”
On her Facebook page Ottilia says there’s “a bigger & better recording boiling”, but the magic is all here in this “rough” version.