Major Lazer – Jessica (Feat. Ezra Koenig)

BBC Radio 1′s Annie Mac premiered the new Major Lazer track on her show over the weekend. Their latest offering is a chilled out reggae influenced song called Jessica which features Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig. Really, really liking this one.

Free The Universe drops April 15 on Secretly Canadian/Mad Decent/Downtown.

Vampire Weekend’s Modern Vampires of the City drops May 7 on XL Recordings.

Bibio – À tout à l’heure

Stephen Wilkinson, aka Bibio an electronic producer from Wolverhampton, has a knack for releasing tunes that can instantly turn good days into great days. With his latest treat, À tout à l’heure, Bibio has created yet another wonderfully sunny track with some very uplifting arrangements and catchy lyrics and rhythm.

Silver Wilkinson drops May 14 through Warp Records.

Silver Soundz Weekend Mix

1. Kirk Spencer – In Treatment (Feat. Louis Scott)
2. John Talabot – Destiny (Feat. Pional)
3. Cat Power feat Angel Haze – Manhattan (Ryan Hemsworth remix)
4. Roosevelt – Sea
5. Les Sins – Grind
6. James Blake – Digital Lion
7. Earl Sweatshirt – Chum
8. Danny Brown – #HottestMC (Produced by Harry Fraud)
9. Lana Del Rey – Summertime Sadness (Ryan Hemsworth Remix)
11. Empress Of – Hat Trick
12. Young Galaxy – Pretty Boy (Peaking Lights Remix)
13. TOKiMONSTA – Go With It (Feat MNDR)
14. Goldroom – Only You Can Show Me (feat. Mereki)
15. Rustie – Slasherr
16. Ghostface Killah – Purified Thoughts
17. Action Bronson – Morey Boogie Boards (prod. by Harry Fraud)
18. Nicolas Jaar – Avalanche

Download the Mix here.

Merchandise – Who Are You?

Tampa, FL post-punk group Merchandise have shared another new song called Who Are You? which will appear on their upcoming album Totale Nite.
Bluesy harmonica playing, an extremely sleazy bassline and some heavy drumming make this track a pretty tight number. As I said on Anxiety’s Door, frontman Carson Cox’ vocals really stand out, and separate them from the litany of other bands like them. I’m looking forward to hearing the rest of the album.

Totale Nite drops April 2 through Night-People Records.

Laura Marling – Where Can I Go?

The exceptional Laura Marling announced details this morning for her forth studio album, Once I Was An Eagle, and even shared a brand new track. Where Can I Go? is the first piece of new material since 2011’s stunning A Creature I Don’t Know. It’s a lovely song that further displays the gigantic strides Marling has made as a songwriter and musician since her beautiful debut, Alas, I Cannot Swim.

Once I Was An Eagle is out May 27, and available now for pre-order on Virgin.

Kirk Spencer – In Treatment

Kirk Spencer is set to drop his Wonderland EP on March 25 via STRANGERZOO. Having already shared the ludicrously good Kukcu, he’s back again with the ridiculously funky, In Treatment. Featuring Louis Scott on vocals it’s one of the coolest tracks I’ve heard all year, and now I’m really stoked for that EP. It kind of sounds like something John Talabot & Pional would come out with if they collaborated with Small Black.

And in case you missed it, here’s Kukcu.

Zebra Katz – Y I Do

Zebra Katz returned today with an impressive new video for Y I Do. It’s a typical dark and menacing number, which is what we’ve come to expect from a Zebra Katz track. The songs minimal beats and eerie wordplay take a backseat to the visual treat that is its artful video, which was directed by Nathaniel Brown).