Baltimore collective Lower Dens return this Spring with their third studio album, Escape From Evil, the follow-up to 2012′s Nootropics. The album was produced by the band’s Jana Hunter alongside Chris Coady, and will be released on March 31 through Ribbon Music. According to a press release, Escape From Evil sees Hunter take center stage… Read more »
Eighteen-year-old, Derry-based newcomer Bridie Monds-Watson, aka SOAK, has unveiled the Charlie Rotberg-directed video for Sea Creatures. The song is taken from SOAK’s forthcoming debut album Before We Forgot How to Dream, due on June 1 through Rough Trade. Pre-order Before We Forgot How to Dream here.
Howling, the collaborative project between Ry X and German producer Frank Wiedemann, have unveiled the Constantin Demner-directed video for Signs. The song is lifted off Howling’s forthcoming debut album, Sacred Ground. Pre-order here.
London producer Romare has dropped the self-directed video to his smoky new cut, Motherless Child. His long-awaited debut album Projections drops via Ninja Tune on February 23. “There are two tributes running through the song. One is to John Lennon and the other is to the spiritual ‘Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child’. The… Read more »
On April 7, Los Angeles producer Shlohmo, aka Henry Laufer, will release his sophomore album Dark Red. The 11-track album follows his 2011 effort Bad Vibes and acts as his first LP for True Panther Records. Watch the Lance Drake-directed visuals to the upcoming LP’s murky lead cut, Buried.
Hundred Waters have shared the Jeremy Clapin-directed visuals for Innocent, lifted from their 2014 release, The Moon Rang Like A Bell. The Moon Rang Like A Bell is out now on OWSLA.
New York duo Diet Cig have shared the Christopher Daly-directed video for debut track Scene Sick. The single features on their forthcoming debut EP Over Easy, due February 23 on Father/Daughter Records.
Jessie Ware has unveiled the Christopher Sweeney-directed visuals for Champagne Kisses, a track off her excellent 2014 album Tough Love.
Hot Chip drop their sixth studio album Why Make Sense? on May 18 through Domino Records. The album was recorded in Oxfordshire and London and was produced by Hot Chip along with Mark Ralph. Why Make Sense? is the band’s follow up to 2012’s critically acclaimed In Our Heads. Watch the accompanying video for the… Read more »
Australian indie rockers Twerps have unveiled the stop-motion, Angus Lord-directed visuals to accompany their deceptively chirpy new single, Stranger. The track is lifted off the groups newly released album Range Anxiety, their debut full-length for Merge Records. Range Anxiety is out now on Merge Records.