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Kevin Morby – Tiny Fires

Following the April release of his acclaimed latest record Singing Saw, Kevin Morby has returned with a new single, titled Tiny Fires. The track was recorded in Los Angeles following the completion of Singing Saw, comes as part of a digital 7” single that includes an acoustic demo of the song, written and recorded in… Read more »

The Tallest Man On Earth – Rivers

The Tallest Man on Earth has shared a new track, entitled Rivers, a track that will possibly feature on the follow-up to his 2015 LP, Dark Bird Is Home. Dark Bird Is Home is out now on Dead Oceans.

Ryley Walker – The Halfwit In Me

Ryley Walker has announced his new album Golden Sings That Have Been Sung coming will be released on August 19 via Dead Oceans. The forthcoming eight track collection was produced by former Wilco multi-instrumentalist LeRoy Bach, and marks the follow-up to his acclaimed 2015 album, Primrose Green. This week, Ryley Walker shared the opening track… Read more »

Mitski – Happy

Mitski will release Puberty 2, the follow-up to her 2014 album Bury Me at Makeout Creek, on June 17 via Dead Oceans. Earlier today, the Brooklyn songwriter shared the forthcoming album’s excellent opening track Happy. It’s the second song to be lifted off the album, following the Zia Anger-directed video for lead single, Your Best… Read more »

Julianna Barwick – Same

Brooklyn-based experimental-ambient artist Julianna Barwick releases her new record, Will, on May 6 through Dead Oceans. The upcoming album acts as the eagerly-awaited follow-up to her acclaimed 2013 LP, Nepenthe. Following the forthcoming album’s Derrick Belcham-directed visuals for it’s beautiful lead single Nebula, comes Julianna’s stunning new single Same, featuring vocals from Mas Ysa. Will… Read more »

Kevin Morby – Dorothy

Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Kevin Morby, former bassist for the band Woods, releases his new album Singing Saw on April 15 through Dead Oceans. Following the brilliance of forthcoming LP’s lead single I Have Been To The Mountain, comes the exceptional second single Dorothy. Morby had the following to say of the song: “Being a musician,… Read more »