Brooklyn two-piece Visuals, Andrew Fox and Marshall Ryan, have unveiled the trippy/psychedelic video for their debut single Levitation. The track itself is reminiscent of something that might have come out of Manchester in the Eighties. Never a bad thing.
Kurt Vile is one of many artists I’m looking forward to catching at this years Field Day. Here he is performing the title track from his upcoming album Wakin On A Pretty Daze, for Studio K. Wakin’ on a Pretty Daze, will be released on April 9, 2013. Field Day takes place on Saturday 25th May 2013
Thom Yorke is busting some moves again for the new Atoms For Peace single, Ingenue. Ingenue is off Atoms For Peace’s full-length debut, Amok, which is out now via XL Recordings.
David Bowie’s first new album in 10 years, The Next Day, is shaping up to be another classic. His latest offering The Stars (Are Out Tonight) is another excellent track with an absolutely brilliant video too. The Next Day is due March 12.
YADi has released the video for her soon-to-be-enormous new track, The Blow. Produced by Johan Hugo (Santigold, M.I.A.), this is a fantastic pop track, ridiculously catchy and infectious, by an intelligent artist who will undoubtedly soon be massive.
Vancouver pop-rock trio The Courtneys have unveiled the video for their latest single, 90210. The band bring their instruments and friends to the beach and thrash it out in a really feel-good video. Please can it be Summer already? Grab your copy of the track via their Bandcamp.
Here’s the official video for James Blake’s stunning new single ‘Retrograde’. Directed by Martin de Thurah
Trent Reznor’s excellent How to destroy angels_ project release their first full length LP Welcome Oblivion on March 5 via Columbia Records. The group dropped their brilliant self-titled debut EP back in 2010 and another quality EP, An omen, last year. Both releases are nothing short of quality so check them out if you haven’t already. Here’s… Read more »