LA PRIEST, the new project of former Late of The Pier member Sam Dust, has released the latest single from his forthcoming debut album, Inji (out 29th June 2015), in the form of ‘Lady’s In Trouble With The Law’. Listen to the new single BELOW.
London duo Rainer’s experimental trip-pop gets a matching video from director Alexander Brown who took the London duo to Morocco to film the visual accompaniment to the title track from their forthcoming album “Water”. Rebekah Raa’s vocals are scattered with glittering percussion and synths as the track finds its groove, alluding to relationships, and potentially musical partnerships along the way.
Roisin Murphy has self-directed visuals for her new single Evil Eyes, off the album 'Hairless Toys' which was released 11th May 2015.
Appearing both behind and in front of the lens, Murphy gives life to one of the characters she created on Hairless Toys. Here she plays a housewife, trapped in retro-suburban mundanity and spiralling towards mental illness – all the while soundtracked by the lurching and menacing groove of Evil Eyes’ disco-laced funk. Watch above.
Companyis the debut album by Slime, producer and multi-instrumentalist Will Archer. At a time when electronic music feels dominated by brash bombast and hyper-real concept, its ten elusive, unsettling and emotional tracks offer a master-class in nuance and sincerity.
Born in Newcastle just before league football in England changed for good, music was almost entirely absent from family life. Nevertheless, Archer found himself drawn to the mechanical noise the coffee factory his father ran, its rhythms permeating his young imagination and eventually leading to him taking up the drums before hitting his teens.
Recorded over two years in-between a number of behind-the-scenes collaborations, orchestral performances and the artist’s on-going education, Company was brought to live in a window-less rabbit warren of a studio in Hackney where Archer spent every available waking hour amassing a staggering body of work, coming to total almost 400 tracks by the time he took them to Dillip Harris (Mount Kimbie, Micachu) for mixing in early 2014.
Baltimore-based musician Dan Deacon has shared a new music video for ‘Meme Generator’ – - the third video from his recent album Gliss Riffer on Domino. It follows the release of the Adult Swim’s Off the Air produced video for “When I Was Done Dying.”
The ‘Meme Genegrator’ video, directed by Monica Mirabile, stems from an earlier collaboration between the two on a performance art piece with choreography group FLUCT that resulted in Deacon writing an earlier version of “Meme Generator” with lyrics. To complement the video, there’s an interactive video game based on the four different choreography sequences seen in the music video. Surprises abound for those that play the game. Play using THIS link.
Baltimore’s Lower Dens have announced a new run of UK and European headline dates in support of recent album Escape from Evil released on March 31 on Ribbon Music. In addition the band have released a stream of their cover of Hall & Oates’ ‘Maneater’ from their Sirius XMU session. Listen above.
The new run of headline dates follows the band’s recent support shows for Belle and Sebastian and includes a date at London’s Scala onThursday 29th October.
Dâm-Funk will release a new full-length LP 'Invite The Light' later this year via Stones Throw. Ahead of this, he has released a brand new track titled 'Free', an eight-minute synth-funk glider and according to Pitchfork is "one of the best Dâm-Funk tunes in recent memory". The track is available from It is available to listen now using the link below.
The track 'Free' is taken from the new 'STFU' EP which is available for free on the Stones Throw Website.
Richard Dawson was filmed performing an electric version of The Vile Stuff for Marc Riley’s All Shook Up programme, which has just launched on BBC iPlayer – you can watch HERE from 14mins - 45seconds. Domino Publishing's The Wytches also perform on the show.
Bob Moses - comprised of Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance - grew out of the underground electronic dance scene, playing in abandoned Brooklyn warehouses and as part of the Marcy Hotel collective alongside the likes of Soul Clap, Wolf + Lamb and Nicolas Jaar.
The NYC-by-way-of-Canada duo have shared their brand new track titled “Talk”. The sultry summer smash serves as an exciting taster of what’s to come from the talented producer/DJ duo. Their debut album is due out later in 2015 on Domino.
With the forthcoming release of debut album Inji on June 29th, Sam Dust AKA LA PRIEST has released Lorry Park, the third track to be taken from his highly anticipated debut album out 29th June 2015. Stream Lorry Park below.
The new track follows in the lead of debut singles Oino and Party Zute / Learning To Love.
Lorry Park’s release precedes a spotlight show at London’s Field Day Festival this Saturday June 6th at 5pm on the Shacklewell Arms stage. The appearance fronts a run of high profile festival slots at the likes of Way Out West and Iceland Airwaves festivals and follows his sold out London headline dates as well as a packed-out and lauded slot at this year’s Great Escape Festival.
After spending the majority of 2014 on tour in the US, London based KINS are set to release their first material of 2015 in the form of their new EP, Cyclical, on July 6th via East City Records. In addition the band will be making their live return to the UK, announcing their first dates of the year, along with a stream of new single, ‘Young’, which you can hear below.
All We Are announce the release of their new single ‘Honey’ with the accompanying video above.
In the words of All We Are, the video for ‘Honey’ “tells the story of a ghost observing the life of its former lover and the restiveness of the subject matter, juxtaposed with the upbeat nature of the tune, was captured perfectly by director Stephan Agnew. The Lynchian world of the ‘Honey’ video has a macabre and hellish feel that's tense and unsure and gives a feel for the purgatory like existence the ghost is living."
The debut eponymous album by multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter Georgia Barnes, has been announced. Watch a trailer for the album featuring the opening track, Intro, above.
Written, performed and produced by Barnes in its entirety and recorded in her own home-studio, ‘Georgia’ is the product of two years of obsessive work, but also a young lifetime of voracious music listening.
Elements of the glacial yet hyper-melodic tone of early 00's grime, sweltering, mid-summer west London dub and ragga, sophisticated pop, first wave post-punk agitation, the formative influence of Missy Elliott and the high-concept, illuminated sound-design work of contemporary artists such as The Knife and Hudson Mohawke run through ‘Georgia’, a record that reveals new layers of intrigue and ingenuity with every listen.
Born and raised in a deeply musical household in north west London, Georgia combined music study at London's SOAS with a stint working on the counter at Rough Trade and quickly made a lot of very natural musical connections, being invited to play drums with DIY innovators such as Kwes and Kate Tempest. Listen to 'Be Ache' below.
Georgia will be playing at the official Field Day aftershow at The Waiting Room in Stoke Newington on Saturday the 6th of June, headlining London’s Electowerkz on Thursday the 9th of July and shall be supporting Hot Chip on their October UK tour later in 2015.
Flying Saucer Attack release Instrumentals 2015, their first album in 15 years. Comprised of 15 fresh David Pearce solo performances recorded in characteristically lo-fi manner at home, using guitars only on tape and CD-R, Instrumentals 2015 is an album that will appeal both to FSA diehards and those wholly unfamiliar with the outfit’s recorded output.
Celebrated director Peter Strickland has shot his first music video for Instrumental 7, after meeting Dave and using the song ‘Seven Seas’ in his recently released film ‘The Duke Of Burgundy'.
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