Saturday, August 31, 2013

Watch: The Polyphonic Spree Share "Popular by Design" Music Video

The Polyphonic Spree have shared the video for their latest single "Popular by Design", off their recently released fourth studio album Yes, It's True, out via Good Records. The song is part of our current playlist. 

Previously the indie psych pop rock supergroup, already unveiled the clips for "You Don't Know Me" and "Let Them Be". 

The animated video, directed by Abandon Building, presents a sort of sci-fi origin story for the frontman of the candy-colored cloak-wearing choir, and depicts DeLaughter's transformation from a globulous conveyor-belt excretion into a happy-looking all-white clone before morphing into his more familiar form in an intergalactic classroom.

Check out the video below.


Friday, August 30, 2013

Watch: Dinowalrus Release "Grounded" Music Video

Brooklyn-based psychedelic synth-rock band Dinowalrus have released the music video for "Grounded".

The song, produced by produced by Jorge Elbrecht, is a classic tune on It was was dropped last year and will feature on the band's upcoming third album.

The follow up to 2012's 'Best Behavior', was mixed by Jorge Elbrecht of Violens and is due out in 2014. 

The video was directed by Emmanuelle Pickett (who also directed the band's excellent video for "What Now") . Watch it below.

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Moving Units To Release New Album 'Neurotic Exotic' Next Month

Los Angeles-based indie dance band Moving Units will release their third studio album 'Neurotic Exotic' on September 10 via Metropolis Records. 

The follow up to 2007's Hexes for Exes, marks founder Blake Miller's return after exploring the world as a DJ and collaborating with a myriad of artists. You can pre-order your copy here


01. Attack Everything
02. Bridges To Nowhere
03. Bright Nights
04. Girl Like U
05. Everybody Loves A Star
06. Modulator
07. Kate Moss in '97
08. I Wanna Go Dancing
09. The World is Ours
10. Dark Side of the Room

To preview the album, you can stream the track "Bright Nights" down below. According to Miller, "this tune is about feeling the excitement of being in a band that is breaking and sharing the adventure with friends and doomed lovers. I channeled memories of zig-zagging like a lightning bolt between seedy bars and after-parties in Manhattan and Brooklyn only weeks after the 9/11 attack. There was a sense of urgency in the air spiked with mixed feelings of dread and euphoria. We found comfort in the darkness of night but the energy we shared was intense and inspiring. Ultimately, our hangover angst was soothed by the sunrise that illuminated our gloriously inebriated journey back home."


The Exploding Boy To Release New Album, Share First Single "Dark City (pt.II)" Video

Swedish indie post-punk band The Exploding Boy are set to release their fourth studio album titled simply "Four" on October 18th through German based record label Drakkar Entertainment.

01. Cracked/Reasons
02. Street Cliché
03. Going To Hell
04. Dark City (pt.II)
05. Runaways
06. Awful
07. Shadows
08. Always
09. Get It Out
10. Scared To Death

The album's first single "Dark City (Pt.II)" [and the fourth track on the record], will be out tomorrow and also contains live-versions of the songs "London" and "Heart Of Glass". The song has been added to our current playlist and you can get your copy from iTunes

The band have also shared the video "Dark City (Pt.II)", it was directed by Johan Edlund & Ioanna Lampropoulou. Watch it below.

Watch: Soft Swells Share Music Video For "Happier"

Los Angeles-based indie surf-pop band Soft Swells have shared the video for their summery track "Happier", taken from their Lifeboats EP, released last month via Modern Outsider. 

The song is part of our current playlist

The EP takes its title from the ninth track off the band's 2012 self-titled debut effort. Get your copy now from iTunes.

The clip was directed by Dylan Marko Bell, and features the band performing the song in a dimly lit warehouse. Watch it below.

The Cribs To Release Two New Albums Next Year

English indie rock band The Cribs have revealed plans to follow up their 2012 album 'In the Belly of the Brazen Bull' by releasing two albums in 2014. 

Just months after claiming that they were on hiatus, the band's singer and bassist, Gary Jarman, told NME, they're working on two separate albums, promising one LP will be "more pop oriented" and the other will be "noisy and visceral and immediate".

"We're gonna try and do two new records, that's the plan. There's one that's going to be really noisy and visceral and immediate, and  one that's gonna be more pop. We've been writing for the past month or so and there’s definitely an idealistic concept of these two records, which has come  from that– [to show] … two separate sides to the band."

Speaking about the release time, Gary added: "In my mind we'll probably be recording by the beginning of next year. Judging by  how we normally work, that's how I see it."

In related news, Ryan Jarman's side project Exclamation Pony, with Here We Go Magic member Jen Turner are set to release their debut double A-side single 'Pseudo Individual/Mazes' on September 23 via on Julian Casablancas' Cult Records.

Watch: Delorean Premiere Music video For "Destitute Time"

Spanish dance-pop band Delorean have premiered the video for their latest single "Destitute Time" (featuring vocals from Cameron Mesirow aka Glasser).

The song is taken from their upcoming fourth album 'Apar', which will be out on September 9th via True Panther Sounds/Mushroom Pillow.

The four-piece recorded the album in their new studio in El Poblenou, on the Mediterranean Sea, and is the follow up to 2010's Subiza LP.

The video was directed by Roger Guàrdia. Watch below.

Watch: Gold Panda Unveils New Video For "Community"

London-born, Berlin-based producer Gold Panda has unveiled the video for his new single "Community" taken from his recently released sophomore album 'Half of Where You Live', out now via Ghostly International (Notwon Recordings in UK).

The 4-minute film was recorded around the headline show at Brixton Electric earlier this year, and was produced by British menswear label Lux & Noah and Scott Ward from WasNotWasFilms. 

Check out the video below.

Get your copy of 'Half of Where You Live' here.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The Suburbs Release 'Si Sauvage' First New Album in 27 Years

Minneapolis-based New Wave rockers The Suburbs, (especially known for their 1983 hit "Love Is the Law") have just released 'Si Sauvage', their first new album in 27 years and the follow up to their 1986's The Suburbs.

Si Sauvage features founding members Poling, Hugo Klaers, and Blaine John "Beej" Chaney, plus new bandmates Steve Brantseg and Steve Price and special guest vocalists like Janey Winterbauer and Aby Wolf. It was mixed and is in the process of being mastered by Chuck Zwicky (who also worked on the latest Soul Asylum record), and the band plans to put it out on both CD and vinyl.

The 10-track album is available in digital MP3 format to download with a PDF of the CD Booklet including lyrics and credits. Also available as a physical CD, in hot pink vinyl and as individual MP3 tracks for download. 


01. Born Under a Good Sign
02. Turn the Radio On
03. Dumb Ass Kids
04. Where It Is!
05. What's It Like out There?
06. Reset the Party
07. You've Got to Love Her
08. I Liked It Better When You Loved Me
09. Si Sauvage
10. This Monkey

You can buy your copy here.

Watch: Work Drugs Share Clip For New Track "Modern Living"

Philadelphia smooth-fi band Work Drugs have shared a a new clip for their brand new summerish single titled "Modern Living". The song has been added to our current playlist

The clip is accompanied by the following text: 

I think every living moment of a human being's life, unless the person is starving or in immediate danger of death in some other way, is controlled by a concern for status - Tom Wolfe

Watch/listen to "Modern Living" below.

Watch: Still Corners Premier Music Video For "Fireflies"

British indie pop duo Still Corners (aka Tessa Murray and Greg Hughes) have premiered the video for "Fireflies", another cut taken from their sophomore album  'Strange Pleasures', released back in May via Sub Pop Records.

The video, directed by Christian Sorensen Hansen, was filmed in Oregon's Painted Hills, a few hours outside of Portland, and features dreamy escapes with band members Tessa Murray and Greg Hughes heading down the highway on a motorcycle, and also having a relax time in a swimming pool.

Watch it below.


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Watch: OMD Release Music Video For "Night Café"

OMD have released the video for "Night Café", the third single to be released from their new album 'English Electric', released back in April.

The song is par of our current playlist

The single will be available on a a limited edition CD digipack featuring exclusive B-side "Kill Me" along with the complete set of b-sides from the English Electric era as well as 4 Night Cafe remixes, and will be out on September 16. Pre-order your copy here.

Check out the animated video below.

Watch: The Strypes Unleash "Mystery Man" Music Video

Irish indie rock band The Strypes have unleashed the video for "Mystery Man", the opening track from their upcoming debut album 'Snapshot', which will be released on 9 September through Virgin EMI Records.

A few days ago the band revealed the video for "What A Shame", the album's third single.

Produced by Chris Thomas, the album was recorded in just 15 days in the studio. "You know like The Beatles did on 'Please Please Me? Well, maybe not in a day like they did, but we were going for a week," said drummer Evan Walsh. 

Check out the video below.


Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Watch: Two Door Cinema Club Unveil New Video For "Changing Of The Seasons"

Irish indie band Two Door Cinema Club have unveiled the video for their new single "Changing Of The Seasons", taken from their upcoming EP of the sane name, which will be released on September 30 via Parlophone. 

The song is part of our current playlist, and was produced by French electronic artist Madeon

The black and white video was directed by  features a fake press conference and a cameo from Ewen MacIntosh, who played Keith in the UK version of The Office. Watch it below.


Suede To Release Vinyl Box Set Of Albums And B-Sides

Suede are set to reissue all six of their studio albums as part of an upcoming vinyl limited edition box set, along with 1997's B-sides compilation Sci-Fi Lullabies.

Entitled 'The Vinyl Collection', will be out on October 21, through Demon Music the same day as the band release "For The Strangers", their third single from this year's critically acclaimed album Bloodsports.

The band will also be on tour across the UK this autumn, starting at Southampton’s Guildhall on 22 October. [via The Quietus]

Watch the trailer for the box set below.

Watch: Belle & Sebastian Share "Your Cover's Blown (Miaoux Miaoux Mix)" Video

Belle & Sebastian have shared the video for Miaoux Miaoux's remix of "Your Cover's Blown", a track taken from  their new compilation album 'The Third Eye Centre' (a collection of rarities and non-album tracks from the last decade), released today August 27 via Rough Trade Records.

The song is part of our curren playlist

The video was directed by Graeme O'Hara and stars Hannah Murray (of Game and Thrones and Skins fame) as an unwilling participant of twee-mania. Watch below.

Watch: Suede Premiere "For The Strangers" Music Video

Suede have premiered the music video for their latest single "For The Strangers". off their their critically acclaimed sixth studio album 'Bloodsports', released back in March. 

The song is part of our current playlist and will be released as a single on October 2. It will available digitally through iTunes and as a double 7" vinyl along with "Hit Me", and new tracks 'Darkest Days' and 'Human Tide'.  

The black and white video for the track was directed by Ben Lankester and uses footage from their triumphant comeback gig at Alexandra Palace in March. Watch it below.

You can buy "For The Strangershere

Watch: His Clancyness Releases "Zenith Diamond" Music Video

Bologna-based musician His Clancyness (aka Jonathan Clancy, frontman of A Classic Education) has released the video clip for "Zenith Diamond", taken from his forthcoming album 'Vicious', which will be out on October 7th UK via Fat Cat Records, October 8th US. 

The film was shot in the heart of Bologna in the Arena Orfeonica, a true special and magical place, and was directed by Pietro Borzì ( Less tv) and our Giulia Mazza. About the video Clancy says, he wanted the clip to capture the more blurry moments following a night of drinking, when you've lost track of time and space and entered the dream. 

The track is about “feeling special even if you’ve been knocked down, you’re still a diamond in the rough and deserve a dream. Zenith’ is the nervous baby of the album, a fast lone wolf that doesn't have a chance to breathe.”

Watch the video below.

Pre-order your copy of Vicious here.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Watch: Mirror Kisses Unveil "Ulterior Motives" Music Video

Virginia-based synth-duo Mirror Kisses have unveiled the video for "Ulterior Motives", taken from their new album 'Heartbeats' released back in May. 

For this new clip, songwriter/producer George Clanton and drummer Doug Sexton, have picked a black dog as the star, and he/she seems to be enjoying the track.

Check out the video below.

Watch: The Dark Shadows Share Music Video For "Eisbär" (Grauzone's Cover)

Sydney-based dark edge three-piece The Dark Shadows have shared the video for their version of Swiss cult wave band, Grauzone's hit "Eisbär" (Ice Bear).

The song is a classic tune her on

The Dark Shadows new album 'Autumn Still…' will be released in Europe and the UK late September on CD and limited edition collectible 12" vinyl  including digital download codes through Halb-7 Records, Germany with distribution through Broken Silence (Germany) and C7 (UK).

Shot and produced by Melbourne based film-makers, Strongman Pictures, the Dark Shadows will be officially launching the clip in Australia in September where they will perform in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney before heading to Europe/UK for their Autumn tour in October/November. 

Check out the video below.


Watch: Shy Nature Reveal Live Acoustic Video For "Washout"

London-based indie rock band Shy Nature have revealed a live acoustic video for their latest single "Washout", taken from their upcoming self-titled debut EP, out on September 16.

The song is part of our current playlist, and was featured as Single of the Week, two weeks ago (August 12).

Check out the band performing a very nice live acoustic version of "Washout" below.


Watch: !!! (Chk Chk Chk) Unveil "Californiyeah" Music Video

!!! (Chk Chk Chk) have unveiled the video for "Californiyeah", another cut taken from their new album 'THR!!!ER', released back in April via Warp.

The song is part of our current playlist

The video was filmed on the streets of Japan, in a hotel elevator and onstage. Frontman Nic Offer explains: "The clip was shot in an hour or so by our sound guy Jamie Harley, we rode the glass elevator in our Tokyo hotel singing along to our new hit 'Californiyeah' 'til we were busted by the authorities, Eighties-video style. Those are 100 percent real Japanese hotel rent-a-pigs busting [guitarist] Mario [Andreoni] . . . like our own little episode of Bad Boys. We couldn't believe our luck. Pure video magic."

Check out the video below.

Watch: The Saturnettes Reveal New Video For "Driving"

Finland indie-pop band The Saturnettes have unveiled the video for "Driving", taken from their forthcoming sophomore album 'The Saturnettes II', which is due out in late 2013.

The follow up to the band's 2011 eponymous debut, will feature 8 tracks including the already unveiled songs "Someway", "Bob From The Cure" and "Just Beacause", which are part of our current playlist

The video was directed by Jani Tuovinen. Watch it below.

Watch: Cub Sport Release Music Video For "Paradise"

Brisbane's indie pop band Cub Sport, formerly known as Cub Scouts, have revealed the video for "Paradise", taken from the new EP of the same name, out now. 

The song is part of our current playlist Get you copy of the Paradise EP now on iTunes.

It is their first official released under their new name. About the new changes, Cub Sport singer Tim Nelson said: "It is a shame to lose the name we've worked so hard over the last few years building, but as we make our inroads to the US and UK markets, it’s important that we make the change now. We’re pretty positive about it all to be honest. The new name sounds so cool it needs a racing stripe and for our fans, we continue to be and will always be the Cubbies."

The video was directed by Sam Rogers Watch it below.

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Single of the Week August 26/2013: Risk Risk "Heartbeat"

This week's Single of the Week on is "Heartbeat", another great cut by German minimal synth-pop project Risk Risk (aka our good friend Stefan K.).

Heartbeat is actually a lost track that was NOT on Risk Risk great debut album 'This is 1983', but it was intended to, and just as all the tracks from that album,  it's a brilliant 80s synth oriented tune.

Risk Risk's new album is almost finished, and Stefan is currently looking for a new label to release it. We'll keep you posted as more details on the record surface.

Have a listen to the demo version of 'Heartbeat' below.

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Watch: Cosmonauts Share Music Video For "What Me Worry"

California indie rock band Cosmonauts have shared the video for "What Me Worry".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their just released third studio album, 'Persona Non Grata', out via burger Records. Get you copy here.

Formed in 2009 by Alexander Ahmadi & Derek Cowart, Cosmonauts offer a glimpse of drug-addled Southern Californian rock n roll in the 21st century. Inspired in equal parts by polo-shirts and MDMA, this garage-trance outfit has garnered a reputation of amps dialed to ten and lullaby meltdowns with both audiences and contemporaries, supporting acts such as The Growlers, The Black Angels, Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, The Beach Fossils & more. 

Check out the video below.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Watch: Night Beats Unleash "The Seven Poison Wonders" Music Video

Seattle garage-psych world-travelers Night Beats have shared the video for "The Seven Poison Wonders" taken from their upcoming sophomore album 'Sonic Bloom' out September 24th, 2013 via The Reverberation Appreciation Society records.

The album will be available on Vinyl/CD/Digital/CASS (co-release with Burger Records). You can Pre-order your copy here.

The video, directed and edited by Brendhan Bowers, was shot on 16mm colour negative film thru WA, OR, and CA state, and features the band embarking on a sun-soaked journey down the West Coast where they encounter a hitchhiker that turns out to be a road-demon in disguise. 

Watch it below.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Watch: Sundara Karma Share Music Video For "Fleshbloom"

Reading, England based indie band Sundara Karma have shared the video for their new single "Fleshbloom".

The song is part of our current playlist and features wavy guitars & whimsical vocals (courtesy of Oscar Lulu). "Freshbloom", as the kids (they are all under 18) themselves describe it, is "more refreshing than sunshine". 

The video was directed by Daniel Rands. Watch it below.


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Watch: Pearl Jam Unveil "Mind Your Manners" Music Video

Pearl Jam have unveiled the video for "Mind Your Manners", the first single taken from their forthcoming tenth studio record 'Lightning Bolt', out on October 15.

The video was directed by famed rock photographer Danny Clinch, and features the band rocking out in front of a screen filled with partially animated scenes of violence and mass devastation (hurricane footage, bombs, gunfire, oil spills) as frontman Eddie Vedder bites into lines like, "tried my patience / my patience tried."

Watch it below.

Pre-order the album here.

Nine Inch Nails Reveal Hesitation Marks New Track "Find My Way"

Nine Inch Nails have revealed another new track from the forthcoming album 'Hesitation Marks', this time is "Find My Way".

The album was announced with the premiere of its debut single "Came Back Haunted" this June, followed by the release of "Copy of A" last week, and most recently revealed the track "Everything."

'Hesitation Marks' will be out on September 3 via Columbia Records.

Have a listen to "Find My Way" below.

Watch: Kowalski Release Lyric Video For "Lets Start Over"

Irish indie dream pop four-piece Kowalski have released a lyric video for "Lets Start Over", taken from their recently released debut album 'For The Love Of Letting Go', out via their Bandcamp page.

The song is part of our current playlist

The video was created by Ross McConaghy and features footage of the boys home town of Bangor Co.Down N.Ireland. Watch it below.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Watch: Depeche Mode Premiere Live Video For "Should Be Higher"

Depeche Mode have premiered a live video for "Should Be Higher", another cut taken from their latest LP 'Delta Machine' out now via Columbia Records.

The song is part of our current playlist

The Delta Machine Tour lands in North America, kicking off tonight with a show in Detroit's DTE Energy Music Theatre. Limited tickets still available for some North American tour dates, more details here

The video was shot on the Euro leg of the Delta Machine Tour. Watch it below.

Watch: Traams Reveal Music Video For "Flowers"

Chichester post punk trio Traams have revealed the video for "Flowers", taken from their upcoming debut album 'Grin', which will be released on 16th September through Fat Cat Records in the UK and 24th September in North America.

The song is part of our current playlist. You can pre-order your copy of Grin now from iTunes.

The album was recorded throughout 2012 and 2013 with producers Rory Atwell and MJ from Hookworms, and features eleven tracks, one of them is Flowers.

The video was filmed by James Burgess. Watch it below.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Deep Sea Arcade Release New Single "Black Cat"

Australian indie band Deep Sea Arcade have just released their brand new single titled "Black Cat", out now through Chugg/MGM. 

It is the band's first new material since 2012's debut album Outlands, and is another ringing guitar-pop dispatch from the five boys, with singer Nic McKenzie staying airy and unruffled over the psych-washed backdrop. The song has been added to our current playlist.

The band have spent most of the last year living in the UK, and writing their second album which was recorded and mixed by Dan Grech-Margueray (The Vaccines...). The album will be out early next year, and "Black Cat" serves as the lead single.

Have a listen to the track below.

Watch: Temples Release Music Video For New Single "Keep In The Dark"

London's neo-psych band Temples have released the music video for their forthcoming new single "Keep In The Dark".

Produced by James Bagshaw and Thomas Warmsley in Pyramid Studios at their home studio in Kettering, Keep In The Dark b/w Jewel of Mine Eye will be released on October 7th 2013 on limited 7" via Heavenly Recordings.

The video was directed by Abbie Stephens and produced by Creature of London. Watch it below.

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Watch: STRFKR Reveal New Video For "While I'm Alive"

Portland electro-poppers STRFKR have revealed a funny video for "While I'm Alive", another cut taken from their debut album Miracle Mile, released earlier this year via Polyvinyl Records.

Previously the group already unveiled the videos for "Beach Monster" and "Atlantis", now comes another clip from the album. 

The song is part of our current playlist and you can purchase the album HERE.

The video was directed by David Fine. Watch it below.

Watch: Big Black Delta Unveils "Love You This Summer" Music Video

Los Angeles native musician, producer and vocalist Jonathan Bates (formerly a member of the band Mellowdrone, and touring member of M83) aka Big Black Delta has unveiled the video for "Money Rain Down", the second single taken from his self-titled album, released back in April via Master Of Bates.

The song is part of our current playlist, and will be released on October 7th with "I Love You This Summer" as the b-side to the single.

The video was directed by Warren Kommers and features a lot of dancing, and retro sci-fi special effects. Watch it below.


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Watch: Yukon Blonde Share "Six Dead Tigers" Music Video

British Columbia indie rockers Yukon Blonde have shared the video for their upbeat pop-rock tune "Six Dead Tigers", off their 2012 sophomore album 'Tiger Talk', out via Nevado Records.

The song is part of our current playlist

The video was directed by Joy Broadbent and shows the band looking bedraggled as they wander through the wilderness in rags. Watch it below.


Monday, August 19, 2013

Watch: Xeno & Oaklander Share New Video For "Sheen"

Brooklyn's minimal electronic duo Xeno & Oaklander (aka Miss Liz Wendelbo and Sean McBride) have shared the video for "Sheen", the first taste from their upcoming EP Par Avion, which will be out via Electric Voice Records this fall

The song is part of our current playlist and is available now on iTunes.

The video was directed by Joshua Zucker-Pluda and features Liz Wendelbo, alone at the end of the world, searching. Watch it below.

Nine Inch Nails Unveil New Track Titled "Everything"

Nine Inch Nails have premiered "Everything", another cut from their upcoming eighth album Hesitation Marks, which will be out on September 3rd via Columbia. The song will be officially release tomorrow.

So far, we've heard “Came Back Haunted” and “Copy of A”, and now is the turn for his new single "Everything", surprisingly, it's quite a departure from the music Nine Inch Nails has released in the past. It's definitely different from what we're used to hearing from Trent Reznor... 

Have a listen to "Everything" below.

Watch: Spector Release Music Video For New Single "Decade of Decay"

London-based indie rock band Spector have released the video clip for a brand new single titled "Decade of Decay", which is one half of a new 7" they'll be putting out soon. 

The song, written and produced by Dev Hynes and Fred Macpherson, is the band's first new material since their 2012's debut Enjoy it While it Lasts, and features wiry guitars, dreamy pads and lyrics about decade-long luckless love.

The video was filmed by Thomas Shickle in Hamburg. Watch it below.


Watch: Spiritualized Unveil New Video For "I Am What I Am"

British space-rock band Spiritualized have unveiled the video for "I Am What I Am", taken from their 2012 album 'Sweet Heart Sweet Light', out via Fat Possum.

Directed by by AG Rojas and starring the youngest Culkin brother, Rory, the clip follows the depressed-looking Culkin around a bunch of bleak scenes in a small California town. 

Check out the video below.

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Watch: The Vaccines Share "Melody Calling" Music Video

British indie rock band The Vaccines have shared the video for "Melody Calling", the title-track from their recently released new EP.

The song is part of our current playlist and was recorded at El Dorado Studios in L.A. with producers John Hill (M.I.A, Santigold) and Rich Costey (Muse, Franz Ferdinand, Arctic Monkeys).

Check out the video below.

Watch Death By Sexy Unveil New Video For "Burning Like A Fever"

London-based drug pop band Death By Sexy have unveiled the video for their second single "Burning Like A Fever", which will be out on September 2nd 2013 on 7" vinyl and digital download.

Produced by Jon Moon at Sensible Studios London, the song will featured in the forthcoming movie 'The Powder Room' starring Jaime Winstone, Oona Chaplin, Kate Nash and Sheridan Smith.

The video was shot at Aces & Eights in Tufnell Park London by Mike 'Tempo' Tempest and edited by Marc Coker. Watch it below.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Watch: Soft Metals Release Music Video For "Lenses"

Los Angeles-based electronic duo Soft Metals have released the video for "Lenses", the title-track from their excellent sophomore album 'Lenses', recently released via Captured Tracks.

The song is part of our current playlist Get your copy of Lenses here.

The video was co-directed by Eva Aguila and Patricia Hall. Watch it below.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Two Door Cinema Club Reveal New EP 'Changing of the Seasons' Details

A week ago, Two Door Cinema Club announced they will release a new EP, now they have revealed more details and as a follow-up announcement the band have also revealed a 02 Arena show. 

Titled  'Changing Of The Seasons' will feature three brand new tracks and will be released on September 30 via Parlophone. The EP's title-track has been produced by cult electronic artist Madeon.

The band have also announced plans for a headline show at The O2 later this year, they will play the 20,000 capacity venue in London on December 13 in support of their upcoming EP.

I want to know how many gigs we have done to get here," guitarist Sam Halliday said of their O2 date. "We have been quite lucky to build our following in the right way - the pub shows, then the theatre shows, then the warehouse shows. 

"It feels like a huge achievement. It is the thing we have been working very hard towards for a long time, but at the same time we feel confident and ready that we are experienced enough and have got enough fans and enough songs and enough records behind us to headline The O2. It will be the biggest moment of our career so far!"

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Watch: Conics Reveal New Video For "This Moment"

Sydney indie dance band Conics have revealed the video for "This Moment", the opening track on their debut EP Faces, out now. 

The song is part of our current playlist

After years of jamming in High School the vibrant group formed in 2011 and impressed music fanatics with previous singles "Habitats" and "Far Away", which were both played on Kool Rock Radio. They also had the privilege to support major acts like; Flume, Goldfields and Rufus.

The 5-track EP, was recorded at Elektrasound studios by Luke Bertoz., grab a copy of the Faces EP now on iTunes.

Check out the video below.

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Watch: Outfit Premiere Music Video For "House on Fire"

Liverpool's psych pop quintet Outfit have premiered the video clip for "House on Fire", off their just released debut album 'Performance', out now via Double Denim.

The song is part of our current playlist and will be released as a single on August 26.

Outfit realise the weirdness of using the sudden and fast destruction of somebody's cherished home as a metaphor for two people getting along rather nicely, and set a chorus of "we get on like a house on fire" against a narrative of a relationship breakdown. 

Check out the video below.

Watch: Weaves Release Animated Video For "Motorcycle"

Toronto-based indie rock band Weaves have released the video for their excellent self-produced single "Motorcycle", out now through Buzz Records.

The song is part of our current playlist and you can get it here.

Motorcycle' uses frontwoman Jasmyn Burke's writing skills and combines them with Morgan Waters' production and guitar lines, creating their own form of indie-punk.

The animated video was created by Jason Harvey. Watch it below.

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Watch: Grooms Release Music Video For "I Think We’re Alone Now"

Brooklyn slack-pop band Grooms have shared the video for "I Think We’re Alone Now" the first cut from their upcoming album 'Infinity Caller', out on September 3 at Western Vinyl.

The video was directed by the band along with team Captain Hippo, which new band member Steve Levine is also in. Watch it below.