Heavenly Recordings are pleased to announce the signing of Detroit songwriter, Anna Burch, who’s also shared her new single, 2 Cool 2 Care. Soft and breezy on a backdrop of reverb-tinged guitars and sweet vocal harmonies, the song may nod to the sounds of 60s girl groups and reference pop classic “Crimson and Clover”, but… Read more »
Fever Ray, the solo project of The Knife’s Karin Dreijer, releases her long-awaited new album Plunge on February 23 via Mute/Rabid.
Bicep – the Belfast-born, London-based duo of Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson – have released a new music video for recent single Glue. Inspired by the song’s homage to the rave era, the video for Bicep’s Glue by Joe Wilson is a series of landscapes which revisit the sites once brought alive by now infamous… Read more »
Shabazz Palaces have shared a powerful new video for Since C.A.Y.A., the elastic and transportive track from the group’s acclaimed Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star. The new visual stars Shabazz Palaces’ Palaceer Lazaro with footage shot by director Kahlil Joseph, cinematography by Marcus Reposar, and is helmed by returning collaborator Stephan Gray (“Dawn in… Read more »
CCFX is a new supergroup out of Olympia, Washington resulting from a merger between two seminal Olympia pop music outfits; CC Dust and Trans FX. On their debut self-titled EP, artists Chris McDonnell, Mirče Popovic, Mary Jane Dunphe and David Jaques offer a record that is at once a showcase and aberration of what is… Read more »
Still fresh from signing with Merge, Ought will release Room Inside the World on February 16. The album, their third LP and first for Merge, explores themes that have always concerned the band—identity, connection, survival in a precarious world—but with a bolder, more nuanced sound palette. The band share first single These 3 Things and… Read more »
Strange Peace, the excellent new METZ album, is available now from Sub Pop Records (Worldwide, ex-Canada) and Royal Mountain Records (in Canada). In METZ’s new video for Drained Lake, director Shayne Ehman (who also directed the band’s video for Cellophane) highlights no less than the transient nature of time and space, through cutlery and kitchen… Read more »
Fever Ray, the solo project of The Knife’s Karin Dreijer, has announced her new album Plunge will appear tonight on streaming services before its physical release on February 23 via Mute/Rabid.
Directed by Hayden Martin. Avalon Emerson drops a new 12″, featuring the tracks One More Fluorescent Rush and Finally Some Common Ground, on November 3 via Whities.
Post-punk trio Shopping have announced their forthcoming new album, The Official Body, will be released on January 19 via FatCat Records. “We’ve always felt like what we do is political in that it’s cathartic and healing in some way, but at some point it just felt like making ‘political’ music was a bit like putting… Read more »