Jacques Greene releases his forthcoming debut LP, Feel Infinite, on March 10 via LuckyMe. He explains: “The essence of the record is to draw emotions that above all feel human within the context of dance music. I want it to be celebratory of all that we feel and do and experience – the beautiful, the good,… Read more »
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Classixx, the Los Angeles-based project of producers Tyler Blake and Michael David, drop their sophomore album Faraway Reach on June 3 through Innovative Leisure. The follow-up to their 2013 LP Hanging Gardens will feature guest appearances from Passion Pit, How To Dress Well, T-Pain, and Holy Ghost!’s Alex Frankel. Following on from the forthcoming LP’s colourful lead single Grecian… Read more »
How To Dress Well has hooked-up with TĀLĀ for a standalone track, entitled The One. It was recorded for Yours Truly‘s Songs From Scratch singles series, in which artists collaborate to make a song in 24 hours. Dig in.
R&B crooner Tom Krell has announced details of an upcoming third studio album as How To Dress Well. On June 23, How To Dress Well will release “What Is This Heart?” via Domino Records. The album will act as the follow-up to the Krell’s widely-praised 2012 LP, Total Loss. “What Is This Heart?” was recorded in Berlin with producer Rodaidh McDonald (Vampire… Read more »
Tom Krell is back with a stunning new track, called Words I Don’t Remember. This is the first official How To Dress Well single since he released his superb 2012 LP, Total Loss, and the first time we’ve heard from Tom Krell since collaborating with Shlohmo and Jacques Greene last year. Speaking about the track, Krell said; “This… Read more »
Jacques Greene premiered his exceptional new cut, On Your Side, earlier today on Zane Lowe’s BBC 1 show. The track features How To Dress Well’s Tom Krell on vocals and it’s the title track on Greenes forthcoming On Your Side EP, which drops June 3 on LuckyMe. Another track you’ll find on the EP is the incredible Quicksand,… Read more »
Unsurprisingly, Shlohmo and How To Dress Well‘s recent collaboration has resulted in one of the years dopest new tracks, Don’t Say No. When the news broke that Henry Laufer and Tom Krell planned to work on a track together, expectations were huge, and they’ve just laid down an absolute diamond of a track. Shlohmo’s beautifully dark and dense… Read more »