Friday, October 16, 2020

New Entry: Peel Share New Song "Persona"

Los Angeles electronic/alt project Peel have shared their new song "Persona".

It is taken from their self-titled debut EP, out today (October 16) via Innovative Leisure, we have previously heard "Citizen X" and "Catch & Release". Buy it here

Peel is the musical partnership of Sean Cimino and Isom Innis (of Foster the People). 

Take a listen below.


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Watch: Flying Moon In Space Air New Single/Video "The Observer"

Leipzig krautrock/psych seven-piece Flying Moon In Space have aired the video for their new single "The Observer".

The song is taken from their forthcoming self-titled debut album "a shape-shifting blend of driving Krautrock aesthetics, vivid psychedelic pop and techno-indebted sounds", due for release December 4th through Fuzz Club. Pre-order your copy here.

‘The Observer’ is described by the band as an anthem for the “post-industrial burnouts” of the world. Delivered in the form of reverb-heavy, Krautrock-infused psych-pop, it’s a breezy and exuberant call to break from the humdrum drudgery that modern life entails. They say of the track: “All work and no play is a recipe for disaster. We grow old eight hours a day at a desk and then death comes with a bitter kiss. If you’re lucky enough not to lose your inner kid, all you really wanna do is play now. Before the final act, when all is said and done, time will tell that fun has no age.”

Watch/listen below.


Watch: The Cribs Release New Single/Video "Never Thought I’d Feel Again"

English indie rock band The Cribs have released the video for their new single "Never Thought I’d Feel Again".

The song is taken from their forthcoming eighth studio album 'Night Network', which will be available on November 13th through Sonic Blew/[PIAS]. Pre-order your copy here.

Watch/listen below.


New Entry: The Vacant Lots Reveal "Departure (Robert Levon Been Remix)"

NYC  electro post-punk duo The Vacant Lots (aka Jared Artaud and Brian MacFadyen) have revealed their new remixed song "Departure", produced by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's Robert Levon Been.

A long-standing crowd-favourite, the track is now set for release for the very first time and is bolstered by the remixing duties of the BRMC guitarist and vocalist, whom The Vacant Lots became close friends with after both bands toured together on several occasions. Blending proto-punk and psych as effortlessly as you’d expect from a Vacant Lots release, the ‘Departure’ remix – due for release October 16th on Fuzz Club – sees throbbing 'Nightclubbing'-esque electronics interlaced with distorted, hard-hitting guitars and vocals that are just as snarling as they are detached.

First conceived when The Vacant Lots were writing their 2014 ‘Departure’ LP but left unreleased and having now evolved over the years since, the song became a staple of the band’s visceral live performances and is now set for a long-overdue vinyl release in the form of a 7” with an etched B-side that’s limited to 500 copies. 

Talking about the ‘Departure’ remix – mastered by Maurizio Baggio (Boy Harsher, The Soft Moon, Merchandise) and housed in stark, minimalistic artwork by longtime visual collaborator Ivan Liechti – The Vacant Lots’ Jared Artaud, says: “In order to translate our recorded songs into our live set we continually have to reinterpret our music and transform them, since there are only two of us. However, with this remix, Robert has done the reverse and brought the live spirit of this song back into the recorded one. It's something only he can do. He added some sounds that truly make it more dynamic and powerful. It's an honor to collaborate with someone from one of my favorite bands of all time.”

Get it here and take a listen below.


Watch: Artificial Pleasure Unleash "The Movement Of Sound" Music Video

London based electro/indie rock/dance band Artificial Pleasure have unleashed the video for  their newest single "The Movement Of Sound". 

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming new album 'A New Joy', set to be released on October 30. Pre-order your copy here.

Speaking about it, the band said: "This track is about the energy of music and the feeling of community that it nurtures. Like many people, we miss the cathartic power that music can bring to a crowd. We miss you, hell we even miss each other! Can't wait to dance with you in brighter times."

The video was directed by Jamie She from WOOZE. Watch it below. 



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New Entry: Shiva And The Hazards Drop New Single "Revolution Son"

Melbourne indie rock/psych band Shiva And The Hazards have dropped their new single "Revolution Son".

The song, mixed by Mark Gardener of RIDE, is out now and is the first taste of our debut album due next year. Get it here.

Take a listen below. 


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