Cold Cave aka the solo project of New York/Los Angeles based musician Wesley Eisold, has released "Doom Doom Doom", a song written and recorded in 2013 on a moving train between Winslow, AZ and Barstow, CA as part of Doug Aitken's Station To Station.
Station To Station is happening again now at the Barbican in London and The Vinyl Factory just pressed 300 12” copies of the song which you can order now here. This song eventually became Beaten 1979.
London based mysterious musician Desert Sound Colony has dropped his cover version of "Fashion", one of the most iconic David Bowie tracks.
Created in the isolation of the British countryside, Desert Sound Colony is inspired by faintly remembered sounds and almost forgotten memories.
About the track, DSC told i-d vice: "Fashion was one of those tracks that really stood out to me when I was a kid listening to CDs in my parents car on the way to school. I remember being so taken with the groove and staccato use of Bowies voice. I think it is timeless and the original still kills it on the dance floor. I dare anyone to not get up and dance when it comes on. I chose to cover it because I wanted to show off another side to the project and create something that would really get the dance floor moving." Desert Sound Colony.
Sheffield basement pop band Best Friends have shared their new single "Cold Shapes".
The song is past of our current playlist and is taken from their forthcoming debut album 'Hot. Reckless. Totally Insane.' which will be released this Firday (10 July) via FatCat Records. Pre-order it here.
The video was directed by Adam Mondon. Watch it below.