Memphis Industries


NADINE release their new record oh my on January 26 via Father/Daughter Records in the U.S and Memphis Industries in the UK.

NADINE – Not My Kinda Movie

NADINE, a new project featuring members of Phantom Posse and Ava Luna, release their forthcoming new record oh my on January 26 via Father/Daughter Records in the U.S and Memphis Industries in the UK.

Field Music – Count It Up

Field Music release their forthcoming new album Open Here on February 2 via Memphis Industries. Pre-order here.

NADINE – Ultra Pink

Ultra Pink is the lead track from NADINE‘s forthcoming new record oh my, which will be released in early 2018 via Father/Daughter Records in the U.S and Memphis Industries in the UK.

Weaves – #53

Weaves have announced their new album, Wide Open, will be released on October 6 via Buzz, Kanine, and Memphis Industries. Singer Jasmyn Burke had this to say about the album in a press release: “We got back from the tour with Mitski on November 22nd and I started writing November 23rd. We spent three months writing and pretty… Read more »

Haley Bonar – I Can Change

Haley Bonar has announced her forthcoming new record Impossible Dream, the follow-up her 2014 effort Last War, will be released on August 5 via Memphis Industries. This week, the singer-songwriter shared the album’s lovely first single I Can Change. Stream it up above, and pre-order Impossible Dream here.

POLIÇA – Lately

Minneapolis-based synth-pop outfit Poliça will release their third studio-album United Crushers, the follow-up to 2013’s acclaimed Shulamith, on March 4 through Mom + Pop / Memphis Industries. Speaking about their smooth new track Lately, frontwoman Channy Leaneagh had this to say: “Don’t let love become a distraction. I want to be moved by my lover but… Read more »

Video: NZCA Lines – Two Hearts

NZCA Lines, the London-based project of Michael Lovett, will release their sophomore album Infinite Summer on January 22 through Memphis Industries. The album was recorded over the last two years with Charlie Alex March (Veronica Falls) as “studio co-conspirator” and was mixed by David Newfeld (Broken Social Scene, Super Furry Animals). Directed by Leo Stamps,… Read more »