Nowness are streaming a short film directed by British artist Aitor Throup, starring actress Noomi Rapace and soundtracked by Flying Lotus. The film depicts a three-dimensional portrait of Rapace being intricately sculpted and also acts as a portrait of her by acting as a metaphor for the various chronological steps in the actor’s process. Watch… Read more »
Emerging Melbourne duo GL drop the Ellie Graham-directed video to their undeniably smooth debut, What Happened To Us? Lifted off Graeme Pogson and Ella Thompson’s forthcoming self-titled debut EP, What Happened To Us? is a sparkling slow-burner lost in a sea of hazy synths and infectious vocals. GL’s debut EP drops October 6 via Sydney… Read more »
Mutual Benefit‘s latest EP, Cowboy’s Prayer, is available now through Other Music. Directed by David Dean Burkhart.
Produced by Morgan Beringer, and taken from their latest record Familiars, comes The Antlers‘ luminous new video for Refuge. Familiars is available now via Transgressive.
Visuals by Post Panic & Fon Schiedon. Wonder Where We Land drops September 29 on Young Turks.
Ariel Pink releases his new double album, pom pom, on November 17 via 4AD. Watch the Grant Singer-directed video to lead single, Put Your Number In My Phone.
Alvvays’ debut album is out now on Polyvinyl.
London trio Mazes have unveiled a video for Salford, the excellent lead single from their just released new album Wooden Aquarium, out now on FatCat Records.
SBTRKT has enlisted Chairlift’s Caroline Polachek for his latest single, Look Away. Watch its creepy interactive video here. Wonder Where We Land drops September 23 on Young Turks.
Death From Above 1979 have unveiled the video for Trainwreck 1979, the incredible lead single off their just-released new album The Physical World. The Physical World was released this week on Last Gang Records. It’s their first new album in almost a decade.