One third of Test Icicles, Sam Mehran, releases a collection of works. Whilst his former band mates (Rory Atwell andDev Hynes) have been producing and working on counteless high-profile side projects, we've been privately enjoying Sam Mehran's intrepid foray into his alter ego Outer Limitz notably with the song I Kontakt. Now dropping the Z in favour of an S, Sam launches a full public assault by consolidating his Singles, Demos & Rarities into one edition for you all to enjoy as well.
'I feel like I have many stories ahead of me. Over the past few years I've learnt that people are people and music is music and I can't really judge or say I believe deep down that one this is genuinely better than another, Life is just so crazy. I used to think I was an alien, but Earth has been such an epic experience that I'm now glad to call it home. But who knows, maybe one day I'll leave and realize that home was some place else.'Sam Mehran
This compilation represents the perfect portal into a special artistic imagination, a thrilling outsider-art artefact and even more reason for excitement regarding whatever Mehran dreams up next.
Alex G has just shared a new video for 'Bug', the lead single from his forthcoming album 'Beach Music' which is due on 9th October 2015. You can watch the video above which was directed Micah Van Hove.
Bob Moses recently announced their debut album Days Gone By, due for release via Domino on Sept 18, 2015. The band has already revealed two singles from the LP, and now reveal a remix of first single ‘Talk’, courtesy of Matrixxman.
Girls Names have shared their new video for 'A Hunger Artist' which is taken from their forthcoming album 'Arms Around A Vision' which is released on Tough Love Records on 2nd October 2015. The video was directed by Matthew Reed.
With the highly anticipated release of her fourth full-length Have You In My Wilderness on 25th September, Julia Holter has today released the second song to be heard from the new album in ‘Sea Calls Me Home’ – listen above.
L.A. Takedown's (Aaron M. Olson) debut self-titled album on Ribbon Music creates many moods, scenes and stories over the course of its 42 minutes, and is available in an experimental album format: a website. Upon entering, one can experience a stream of the entire album, synced with real-time footage of a Los Angeles sunset. Each visit will serve up a new visual, all captured throughout 2015 by Matt Hewitt and Conor Collins, so that while the story of L.A. Takedown ebbs and flows, so too can the backdrop.
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