Listen to Soko’s swooning duet with Ariel Pink for Monster Love, and watch the rather lovely short film which accompanies it. The video also features the beautifully fragile I Just Want To Make It New With You, which appeared on Soko’s 2012 album I Thought I Was An Alien. Soko: Monster Love on Nowness.com.
Taken from Pure X’s new LP, Crawling Up The Stairs. Pure X – “1000 Year Old Child” Official from Malcolm Elijah on Vimeo.
Vampire Weekend‘s video for Diane Young, the highlight from their latest record Modern Vampires Of The City, features Sky Ferreira, Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Chromeo, Santigold, and the Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser.
With their new album Trouble Will Find Me only eleven days away from release, The National have taken time out from performing Sorrow for six hours straight at MoMA, as part of the artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s piece ‘A Lot of Sorrow,’ and shared a video for their new single Sea Of Love. The video finds the band… Read more »
For those who may have accidentally slept on DIANA’s incredible single Born Again, here’s your chance to get familiar. The track was officially released back in January and will feature on the group’s forthcoming self-titled debut, due August 20. It stills sounds so so good. Grab a copy of Born Again here.
With their new LP, Modern Vampires Of The City less than two weeks away from its release, Vampire Weekend share yet another great track from it called Ya Hey. Apparently this number has been getting a great crowd response when performed live, and I can see why. Where their previous offering, Diane Young was more of a… Read more »
Earlier today Vondelpark shared the official video for Always Forever, one of the many highlights from their wonderful debut LP Seabed.
Wild Nothing has announced Empty Estate as the follow-up to last year’s unforgettable, Nocturne. The seven-song EP will feature his brand new single A Dancing Shell, which dropped earlier today accompanied with a quirky video too. A Dancing Shell is yet another in a long line of wonderfully blissed out tracks in which Wild Nothing have recorded…. Read more »
Float Fall are an Indie Pop/Dream Pop duo hailing from Belgium who’ve just made a video for their impressive new single, Someday. On Someday, multi-instrumentalists Rozanne Descheemaeker and Ruben Lefever show that with subtle electronic production, gentle boy/girl harmonies and some touching lyrics you can really nail a dream pop song. Nice video too.