Boards of Canada – Reach For The Dead

Here’s the first cut from Boards of Canada‘s new album, Tomorrow’s Harvest, due June 10th via Warp Records. Tomorrow’s Harvest: 01 Gemini 02 Reach for the Dead 03 White Cyclosa 04 Jacquard Causeway 05 Telepath 06 Cold Earth 07 Transmisiones Ferox 08 Sick Times 09 Collapse 10 Palace Posy 11 Split Your Infinites 12 Uritual 13 Nothing Is… Read more »

MGMT – Alien Days

Over the weekend, as a part of the annual Record Store Day, MGMT dropped a cassette with a new track on it called Alien Days. It’s the first offering of new material from the band since 2010’s LP, Congratulations. While it was great to see MGMT continuing to push boundaries with their music instead of just churning… Read more »

Zomby – W I T H L O V E

Zomby, who has a new album arriving this Summer, has just dropped a haunting new track entitled W I T H L O V E. It’s the first offering of new material from the producer since he released his Nothing EP back in 2011. I’m probably posting this track at the wrong time of day as… Read more »

The Thermals – The Sunset

Following on from their recent video for Born To Kill, The Thermals return with an anthemic new number entitled The Sunset. It’s taken from the groups upcoming sixth album Desperate Ground, which is out April 16 through Saddle Creek Records. The Sunset is that kind of rock tune where you’re either going to be jumping… Read more »

Pure X – Someone Else

Pure X release their new album Crawling Up the Stairs on May 14 through the ever reliable Merok Records. It’s their first album since 2011’s Pleasure. Back in February they shared the albums first single, Things In My Head. Now they’re back with the heart-wrenching and brutally honest second single, Someone Else. Jesse Jenkins is clearly struggling to keep… Read more »

Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines (Feat. T.I. & Pharrell)

Justin Timberlake isn’t the only one who’s got game at the moment. Robin Thicke has returned with a new video for his latest single Blurred Lines and he brought in a couple of big names from the world of hip-hop to help him out. The track features an outrageous verse from T.I. and production from… Read more »

The Phoenix Foundation – The Captain

Wellington, New Zealand-based rockers The Phoenix Foundation have a really laid-back new single out called The Captain that I’m finding impossible to stop playing. Taken from their upcoming fifth album, Fandango, The Captain is an irresistibly breezy number that fits in perfectly with the lazy Saturday afternoon I’m having. Try it out.

Mount Kimbie – Made To Stray

Mount Kimbie are changing things up a bit with their latest cut, Made To Stray. The track may or may not feature on their forthcoming new LP, due sometime this year on Warp Records. Made To Stray is far tougher than anything on Crooks & Lovers, with heavily-layered instrumentation and some pretty sharp percussion. Really feeling… Read more »

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… Read more »

James Blake – Voyeur (Dub) & Digital Lion

With a little more than a month remaining until James Blake drops his highly anticipated new album Overgrown, Blake has shared the Dub version of the album track, Voyeur. BBC Radio 1 DJ Benji B premiered this version of Voyeur earlier, and you can stream a radio rip below. Overgrown drops April 8 through Atlas/Repubic. Blake’s 1-800-Dinosaur… Read more »