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.
Mica Levi (of Micachu and the Shapes) and cellist Oliver Coates have announced a new collaborative album. It’s called Remain Calm, and it’s out via Slip. The announcement is accompanied by their new song “Barok Main.” Stream it below.
Oliver Coates worked on Radiohead’s latest record A Moon Shaped Pool. He released the mini-LP Upstepping earlier this year.
Earlier this year, Cavern of Anti-Matter — a Berlin-based trio composed of Stereolab’s Tim Gane, Joe Dilworth (Th’ Faith Healers/Stereolab), and Holger Zapf — released Void Beats / Invocation Trex.
Now, they’ve announced a new EP. It’s called I’m The Unknown, and it’s out via Duophonic. The latest release is a new video for the title track; created by Sally Sibbet, it features a fast-moving series of abstract images.
How To Dress Well – a.k.a. Tom Krell – has released a third track from his forthcoming album Care – the super sexy, uber-sensual “Can’t You Tell,” produced by Dre Skull, available to hear ABOVE.
The song premiered with KCRW earlier today, and was performed as part of a KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic session, which will air in full on KCRW on Tuesday, October 4th. A live video of “Can’t You Tell”, from the aforementioned session shot at The Village Studios in Los Angeles, is available to view HERE.
Little Cub are Dominic Gore, Duncan Tootill and Ady Acolatse. The band's burgeoning reputation as one of the city’s finest new exponents of electronic pop has seen them sell out a four-night headline residency at Peckham’s Copeland Estate off the back of the release of their debut ‘Breathing Space’ EP.
‘Loveless’ was produced by Little Cub's Duncan Tootill - who's production work has seen him work with the likes of George Fitzgerald, Lil Silva and more.
Watch the video for ‘Loveless’, directed by visual artists Dexter Lander and Nick Pomeroy, ABOVE. The single comes out on 11th November, 2016.
The band’s debut tracks, ‘Breathing Space’ – leading the tracks on its accompanying EP - and ‘Intent’, are available for free download now via their website LITTLE CUB and streaming now on Spotify and Apple Music.
Canadian punk band White Lung have released a new video for track ‘Sister.’ It was directed by Justin Gradin, who also directed White Lung’s ‘Hungry’ video and features a man’s attempt at finding love with two strangers. The track comes from Paradise, the fourth album from White Lung, which was released in May of this year.
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