Directed by Colin Medley. The Weather Station’s new self-titled album is out now on Paradise of Bachelors.
Directed by Emily Cross. Loma’s self-titled debut album is out now on Sub Pop Records.
Ahead of the April 6 release of his new studio album, Song For Alpha, Daniel Avery has shared the dazzling new video for Projector. Avery’s latest visual offering was created by London-based design house Flat-e, the same collective behind the previously released video for Slow Fade. Explaining the creation of the Projector visual, Flat-e explains… Read more »
Directed by Ruff Mercy. Preoccupations will release their new album New Material on March 23 via Jagjaguwar.
Ryan Lee West, aka Rival Consoles, releases his new album Persona on April 13 via Erased Tapes. The title Persona was inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s film of the same name, specifically a shot in the opening credits of a child reaching out to touch a woman’s face on a screen, which is shifting between one face and another. This powerful… Read more »
Parquet Courts release their forthcoming new album Wide Awake! on May 18 via Rough Trade Records. Wide Awake! was written by Andrew Savage and Austin Brown, and produced by Danger Mouse. It is the band’s fifth album and the follow-up to their excellent 2016 album, Human Performance. “The ethos behind every Parquet Courts record is that there needs to be change… Read more »
Smerz new Have fun 12″ EP is out today on XL Recordings.
Japanese Breakfast has released a video for Boyish, one of the highlights from her critically acclaimed 2017 album, Soft Sounds From Another Planet. Michelle Zauner, who also directed the video, says “The video for Boyish was always sort of our magnum opus for Soft Sounds. I think it took Adam Kolodny and I working on… Read more »
Directed by Jonjo Lowe. London artist Westerman‘s new single Confirmation is out now via Blue Flowers.
The Blaze‘s new single Heaven is available now on Animal 63.