Japanese Breakfast has released a music video for The Body Is A Blade, taken from the critically acclaimed album, Soft Sounds From Another Planet, out now on Dead Oceans. The video sees Michelle Zauner on director’s duty again, with frequent collaborator Adam Kolodny as the cinematographer. Zauner states that she sought inspiration for this video… Read more »
Screaming Females release their forthcoming album All At Once on February 23 via Don Giovanni. Pre-order here.
John Maus recently announced his first new album in six years, Screen Memories, will be out October 27 via Ribbon Music. Today, he shares Teenage Witch, a second glimpse at the forthcoming record in the form of a video, containing footage of Maus as a teenager, by Jennifer Juniper Stratford (Telefantasy Studios). Music from John… Read more »
Directed by Ian Clontz. Suno Deko, the moniker of NYC-based artist David Courtright, releases his self-titled album on October 13 via Elestial Sound.
Directed by WIISSA. Phoenix have premiered the video for their new single, Ti Amo, the title track from their critically acclaimed sixth album released earlier this year on Loyaute/Glassnote Records.
Emerging 22 year old Londoner Nilüfer Yanya has revealed the video for her new single Baby Luv, her first release since the acclaimed Plant Feed EP in July. The video for Baby Luv was shot in Penzance, Cornwall over the course of three days with Nilüfer braving the freezing cold English Channel to perfectly capture… Read more »
Wolf Parade have shared a new, double video and sci-fi film entitled Cry III (King of Piss and Paper / Artificial Life), directed by Brook Linker, which soundtracks the closing tracks from Cry Cry Cry, the group’s acclaimed new album.
NYC-based producer Yaeji releases EP2 on November 3 via Godmode.
Directed by Willo Perron. St. Vincent releases her new album MASSEDUCTION on October 13 via Loma Vista.
Directed by Cody Critcheloe. Grizzly Bear’s stunning new album Painted Ruins is out now on RCA Records.