Memphis Industries

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 »

Field Music – Disappointed

Peter and David Brewis of Field Music return with Commontime, their first new record since 2012’s Mercury Prize-nominated Plumb, on February 5 through Memphis Industries. Written and recorded in spontaneous bursts over six months in their Wearside studio, Commontime is built around the brothers playing and singing together again, but also features a wider array of players,… Read more »

VIDEO: Field Music – The Noisy Days Are Over

Peter and David Brewis of Field Music return with Commontime, their first new record since 2012’s Mercury Prize-nominated Plumb, on February 5 through Memphis Industries. Written and recorded in spontaneous bursts over six months in their Wearside studio, Commontimeis built around the brothers playing and singing together again, but also features a wider array of… Read more »

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). Listen to their pulsing… Read more »

Poliça – Lime Habit

Minneapolis-based synth-pop outfit Poliça will release their third studio-album United Crushers, the follow-up to their acclaimed 2013 record Shulamith, on March 4 through Mom + Pop / Memphis Industries. The album was recorded with producer Ryan Olson at Sonic Ranch Studios in El Paso, TX. Listen to the album’s beautifully crisp lead single Lime Habit… Read more »

Field Music – The Noisy Days Are Over

Peter and David Brewis of Field Music return with Commontime, their first new record since 2012’s Mercury Prize-nominated Plumb, on February 5 through Memphis Industries. Written and recorded in spontaneous bursts over six months in their Wearside studio, Commontime is built around the brothers playing and singing together again, but also features a wider array… Read more »

VIDEO: Pure Bathing Culture – Pray For Rain

Portland duo Pure Bathing Culture will return this Autumn with their sophomore record, Pray for Rain, the follow-up to their debut full-length Moon Tides. Today, Daniel Hindman and Sarah Versprille shared the Greg Hardes & Jacob Proud for Maverick.NYC directed visuals for the upcoming albums shimmering lead single and title track. Watch below. The video is… Read more »

Pure Bathing Culture – Pray For Rain

Pure Bathing Culture will return this Autumn with their sophomore record, Pray for Rain, the follow-up to their debut full-length Moon Tides. The new album was recorded with John Congleton (St. Vincent, The Walkmen) in Dallas, and is preceded today by the deceptively upbeat title track. Listen below. Pure Bathing Culture will release Pray for… Read more »

Outfit – Framed

Outfit have a new album called Slowness coming out this month on Memphis Industries. Having already shared the lead single Genderless, opening track New Air, and On The Water On The Way, the Liverpool five-piece have unveiled another slowly building new track called Framed. Outfit’s sophomore album Slowness will be released on June 15. Pre-order… Read more »

Outfit – On The Water On The Way

Outfit have a new album called Slowness coming out this June on Memphis Industries. Having already shared the lead single Genderless, and opening track New Air, the Liverpool five-piece have unveiled another new track called On The Water On The Way. Andrew P Hunt: “The song is about putting on a front to save face. Pretending not to care, or… Read more »