Friday, August 19, 2022

Aidan Noell Premieres "Sharevari (feat. Nancy Whang)"


Brooklyn dark synthpop musician Aidan Noell (from Nation of Language) has premiered her new banger "Sharevari" feat. Nancy Whang (of LCD Soundsystem) ".

An homage to the seminal Detroit techno track that launched the genre when it was first released in 1981 by A Number of Names, Aidan’s cover of the classic single carries its influence into a new generation.

The cover was made in collaboration with Nick Millhiser (who produced half of A Way Forward) and Nancy Whang.

Grab it here and stream it below.

The Sea At Midnight Shares New Single/Video "Atmosphere"


LA-based post punk/coldwave/synthwave artist Vince Grant aka The Sea At Midnight has shared the video for his new single "Atmosphere". 

The song is out today (August 19), get it here

The artist has also shared the video for his previous single "Too Close To The Sun", watch both videos below.




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Thursday, August 18, 2022

Indigo Bay Release New Single/Video "Bats"


Grimsby, UK indie rock/indie pop/alt band Indigo Bay have released the video for their new single "Bats".

The song is out now and is taken from their forthcoming debut EP ‘After Dark’, set to arrive on November 9th via Heist or Hit. Get it here.

Watch/listen below.

Stephen Mallinder Airs "Shock to the Body" New Video


Brighton, UK musician Stephen Mallinder, co-founder and frontman of the iconic Cabaret Voltaire, has aired the video for "Shock to the Body".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from his second solo album 'tick tick tick', which came out last month (July 15) via Dais Records, grab it here.

Channeling the temporal malaise of lockdown through a lusher palette of modular electronics and stereo strings, the songs embrace ambiguity and plasticity, loose systems of percolating circuitry and airless funk. Recorded across a handful of sessions at MemeTune Studios in Cornwall with frequent collaborator Benge (aka Ben Edwards), Mallinder cites no guiding aesthetic premise for the collection beyond “cowbell on every track, and entirely no reverb.”

Watch the clip below.



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