On September 10, Holy Ghost! will release their eagerly-awaited new album Dynamics through DFA Records. Having already shared Dumb Disco Ideas and the James Murphy-produced Teenagers In Heat, the New York electronic duo just let loose the albums opening track, Okay.
Okay is another extremely catchy and well put together dance track by Nick Millhiser and Alex Frankel.
It’s as simple as this, there’s a lot of electronic-dance artists out there at the moment, but few are making music that sound this good. Dynamics is shaping up to be one of the albums of the year.
Pre-order Dynamics here. Take a listen to Okay below.
Cameron Mesirow, aka Glasser, has shared the gorgeous opening track from her forthcoming new record. The almost Björk-esque Shape, is a stunning and powerful track built around a truly beautiful vocal performance by Mesirow and captivating array of ethereal synths.
Glasser’s as of yet untitled new album is slated for an October release on True Panther.
Read some words from Mesirow below.
I have been thinking a lot about space. Not only outer space and physical boundaries, but also inner mental space. There are so many beginnings and endings and edges and shores inside and outside our minds. Some are impossible to scale and they make us feel small. I feel small and far removed at times, and I push myself farther away in a kind of compulsion. These are physical comforts I cling to, but always when I cling to them I realize that the isolation I’m afraid of is in my heart and not on a crowded sidewalk. I also have moments of ecstasy, milestones that drive me forward in search of more. These emotions and sensations elude me though, they seem to exist in their own seperate planes. I still chase them. I can become so mesmerized by something outside myself, a person or place that I try to reflect its power and the way it makes me feel.
This is why I feel so lucky to be able to make art, especially music. My experiences flow together and become the stuff of invention. I spent the last year and a half making my new album, which will come out in October. I thought about architecture, a physical imposition in my life, and the fluid emotional boundaries of relationships, also sometimes imposed.
More news to come, in the meantime, enjoy “SHAPE”
Get familiar with Yuppies, and their totally awesome new track Hitchin’ A Ride. The Omaha-based garage rock outfit just signed up to Parquet Courts member Andrew Savage’s Dull Tools label, so expect to hear a lot more from these guys.
Hitchin’ A Ride is a blistering, at times ferocious, slice of raw and reckless garage rock that’s without doubt one of the most thrilling tracks I’ve come across this year. Dig in.
Their Debut LP will be released September 15 on Dull Tools Records. Pre-order it here.
Schooner’s new track It Won’t Matter is taken from their forthcoming new record, Neighborhood Veins, which is slated for a September 24 release date on PotLuck Records.
Stream and download the album’s buzzing lead single, and opening track, It Won’t Matter below.
Neighborhood Veins Tracklist:
01. It Won’t Matter
03. Floodlights and Ghosts
04. Feel Better
05. Still in Love
07. Ride with Me
08. Nowhere to Wait
10. Big Mistake
11. Say My Name
12. Neighborhood Veins
Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke and MNDR feature on Let Go, the irresistibly catchy and upbeat new single from RAC.
The song will be released as part of an EP titled Don’t Talk To which will be released on Oct 1st.
After sharing the exceptionally powerful Far From Your Arms, way back in April, Gambles has returned with yet another painstakingly honest and heart-wrenching track called So I Cry Out.
This is first song to be shared from his forthcoming debut full-length LP, Trust, which is slated for a September 30 release through his own GMBLS imprint on Secretly
Take a listen to So I Cry Out, but be warned, it’s a rather sad tale.
Two of the most exciting and innovative R&B musicians on the planet, Janelle Monáe and Miguel, team up on the latest track to be shared from Monáe’s forthcoming sophomore effort, The Electric Lady.
I was expecting a more of an energetic affair, which wouldn’t be unfamiliar territory for either artist, but instead got the slow-burning and romantic Primetime. Take a listen to the tune below, it sounds great.
The Electric Lady, which will also feature Prince and Solange, will be released September 9. Pre-order it here.
Poliça follow-up their sublime 2012 debut, Give You The Ghost, this October with a new album called, Shulamith. Having already shared the Justin Vernon-featured single Tiff, we can now listen to their energetic new single Chain My Name. Check it out.
Poliça drop Shulamith on October 21 through Memphis Industries.
Lunice, one half of TNGHT, uploaded a new beat onto his SoundCloud page a couple of days ago, titled Who Dat. Imagine how dope this track would sound with an A$AP Rocky or a Kendrick Lamar rapping over it. Check it out below.
On October 8th, Brooklyn punk rockers Parquet Courts will follow-up their excellent record, Light Up Gold, with a brand new EP entitled Tally All the Things That You Broke. The first track to be shared off it, You’ve Got Me Wonderin’ Now, again shows what smart songwriters they are with some really clever lyrics and tight guitar playing. Listen to it down below.
Parquet Courts release Tally All the Things That You Broke through What’s Your Rupture?
Tally All the Things That You Broke Tracklist:
01. You’ve Got Me Wonderin’ Now
02. Descend (The Way)
03. The More It Works
04. Fall on Yr Face
05. He’s Seein’ Paths