Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Watch: Small Black Share Music Video For "Boys Life"

Brooklyn-based electro-indie pop band Small Black have shared the video for their latest single "Boys Life".

The song is taken from the band's upcoming new album 'Best Blues', set to be released on October 16 via Jagjaguwar. Pre-order the album here.

The cli pwas directed by Nick Bentgen. Watch it below. 


Triathalon Announce New Album 'Nothing Bothers Me', Share "Slip'n"

Savannah, GA indie rock/surf pop Triathalon have announced they will released their new full-length album titled 'Nothing Bothers Me' on November 13th.

The 10-track album was mastered by Josh Bonati (Wild Nothing, Mac Demarco, Sufjan Stevens, Craft Spells) and is available to pre-order now here.

Check out the album's tracklist and stream the excellent first single "Slip'n" below.

Tracklist:
01. Mellow Moves
02. It's You
03. Fantasy Jam
04. Ways
05. Chill Out
06. Slip'N
07. I Don't Know
08. Step Into The Dark
09. Nothing Bothers Me
10. Take It Easy



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New Entry: Position A Unveils New Track "In Your House"

Position A, a one-man project from the UK, has unveiled his infectious new track "In Your House".

The track was written and produced by Position A, and recorded exclusively for the 'Crossovers' compilation (B16), to be released late autumn, 2015.

"Acid bleeps and a sense of claustrophobia portray a funky little poltergeist caught in a track. Better call the spiritual adviser to join the party."

Stream it below.

New Entry: The Horrors' Tom Furse Drops New Track "Run To Me Pt. 3"

Tom Furse, member of the eclectic post punk band The Horrors, and synth wizard has dropped his groovy new  track "Run To Me Pt. 3".

The track is taken from his forthcoming new EP 'Run To Me Suite' (one opus divided into five cohesive parts), set to be released on 9th October via Django Django member Dave Maclean's Kick + Clap label. Pre-order it here.

Referencing early techno it has one foot in Cologne and the other in Detroit, with its tightly worked, precise machino-florescence, condensed and upfront, and free of the pomposity that abounds in the genre. A sound enamored with Kraftwerk, Juan Atkins and Yello, it underpins a latent narrative on themes of love, machines and obliteration. 

"I had this notion of robots being called to arms by a mother robot, in order to collect suns to build a giant engine powered by 20,000 suns. I know it’s not really apparent in the songs, but visual ideas like that drive me forward when I’m making music, it just seems to make it easier; like putting sound to film." Furse told DIY.

Stream the track below.



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Watch: The Phoenix Foundation Air "Give Up Your Dreams" New Video

New Zealand experimental pop sextet The Phoenix Foundation have aired the video for their latest single "Give Up Your Dreams".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their sixth studio album 'Give Up Your Dreams', which came out last month (August 7) via Memphis Industries. Grab it here.

The video was directed by Loren Taylor. Take a look below.


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Watch: Bad Sounds Premiere Music Video For "Banger"

UK indie dance/funk band Bad Sounds have premiered the video for their newest single "Banger".

The video was shot and edited by Jamie Harding. Take a look below.



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