Prolific artists tend to have spurts of mass creativity and in the process a bunch (like a literal ton) of ideas never make it past the archival realm. For work hearty artists like Jean-Sebastien Audet aka Un Blonde, aka Faux Fur, etc…. many ideas never see the light of day – Continue reading
Unknown Mortal Orchestra has put out his first track since 2013’s critically praised II. “Multi-Love” is much more polished with Ruban Nielson modifying the low-fi production that fans grew to love and has heavily effected his signature guitar style. A step away from the expected, “Multi-Love” is a fantastic push forward showcasing Nielson’s ability to reconfigure what we know about R&B music and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. Multi-Love is out via Jagjaguwar on May 26th, 2015.
Certain death is an absolute.
Murder By Death have understood this throughout their career – from an album-stretching pissing match with the devil on Who Will Survive, and What Will Be Left of Them?; allusions to Dante’s Inferno on In Bocca al Lupo; to the whiskey-soaked death of morality of Red of Tooth and Claw. Continue reading
Spacey and Bruce Springsteen-ish, Merchandise are streaming their track “Figured Out” on Soundcloud. Merchandise just recently signed to 4AD and I wouldn’t be surprised if an album is completed sometime this year. Check out the track below.
“What’s humidity? Humidity is uh… fresh water in the air.” Joe Mande released his mixtape-esque B***hface a couple of days ago via Soundcloud. He will be supporting Aziz Ansari on tour this spring. Check out the trailer below and listen to the whole 1 hour and 50 minute segment here. Keep an ear out for the likes of Earl Sweatshirt, Blake Griffin, and Nick Kroll.
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Here ya go, a double dose of new music. Tobacco’s “Eruption” is drenched in fuzz and enjoyably repetitive where as Pattern is Movement’s “Climb to Me” is closer to their signature sound than their earlier single “River”. Check em both out below. Adios!
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