Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Whitney – Golden Days

Chicago-based outfit Whitney, formed by guitarist Max Kakacek (ex-Smith Westerns) and vocalist / drummer Julien Ehrlich (ex-Unknown Mortal Orchestra), will release their debut album Light Upon The Lake on June 3 through Secretly Canadian. Following the forthcoming LP’s beautiful lead single No Woman, comes their heart-warming new jam Golden Days. Listen below. Light Upon The… Read more »

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Can’t Keep Checking My Phone

Unknown Mortal Orchestra will release their third studio album, Multi-Love, on May 26 through Jagjaguwar Records. This week, the group dropped a funk-filled new track, titled Can’t Keep Checking My Phone. Can’t Keep Checking My Phone is perhaps one of the most surprising songs on the new record, and further highlights Ruban Nielson’s refinement as… Read more »

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Multi-Love

Unknown Mortal Orchestra will release their third studio album, Multi-Love, on May 26 through Jagjaguwar Records. On the brilliantly titled Multi-Love, Unknown Mortal Orchestra frontman and multi-instrumentalist Ruban Nielson reflects on relationships: airy, humid longing, loss, the geometry of desire that occurs when three people align. Listen to the albums off-kilter, slightly synthy opening/title track… Read more »

Wampire – Wizard Staff

Portland’s Wampire will follow-up their enjoyable 2013 debut, Curiosity, on October 7 with a brand new full length effort titled Bazaar. Formally a two-piece outfit, consisting of Rocky Tinder and Eric Phipps, Wampire have expanded to five members and as result lead single Wizard Staff is a pretty tight track. Thankfully the group have moved… Read more »

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – So Good At Being In Trouble

If the rest of Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s upcoming new album II is half as good as their new track “So Good At Being In Trouble”, then we are in for a real treat. “So Good At Being In Trouble” is an exceptionally lovely track that displays perfectly what main man Ruban Nielson meant by the term… Read more »