Following the release of the acclaimed debut album Inji, LA PRIEST – the project of former Late Of The Pier front man Sam Dust has shared the new video for Inji’s opening track, ‘Occasion’, again directed by Dust and long-time collaborator Isaac Eastgate with whom he worked on the videos for singles ‘Oino’ and ‘Learning To Love’.
Los Angeles funk hero known as Dâm-Funk releases his follow-up to 2009's Toeachizown. He has shared a video for the new album 'Invite the Light' which is the first single titled "We Continue". The video was directed by Jeff Broadway.
RAINER is made up of Rebekah Raa and Nic Nell (aka London-based producer Casually Here). The duo formed in 2012 after meeting through mutual friends and shared late nights. Their friendship & musical kinship developed over a love of dark sounds and striking production.
EP Hope/Satin/Glass/Dreams at the end of 2013, garnered an array of attention. In 2014 Rainer participated in ‘Swallow’ A Random Act for Channel 4 directed by Dan Sully. Other usages included Top Shop and work with The London College of Fashion.
Charged with lush production and instrumentation, Rainer’s debut LP ‘Water’ is an album full of incredibly personal sentiment. Rebekah explains: “I write about love mainly, and the bizarre mixture of emotions that inevitably comes with falling in, being in or falling out of love. Writing is like a therapy through which I realise why I feel the way I do. Some of the songs have an uplifting message in them which is usually the point of realisation that I got to through writing.”
Lou Barlow has announced a new solo album, Brace the Wave, due out via Domino. His first solo release in six years, it comes as a follow-up to 2009's Goodnight Unknown and marks the third release under his own name.
Barlow's extensive and celebrated discography includes releases from Dinosaur Jr., Sebadoh, Folk Implosion, and his first solo endeavour, Sentridoh. Most comfortable writing uncomfortable songs, Brace the Wave finds the songwriter exploring yet another transitional period in his life. Watch the album trailer above.
Sean Nicholas Savage has announced details of a new album, titled ‘Other Death’, as well as sharing its lead single ‘Casablanca’, in preview of the release.
Arbutus Records will release Savage’s new full-length, serving as the follow-up to his 2014 album ‘Bermuda Waterfall’.
The album was recorded in Santa Monica, Los Angeles ‘as a collaboration’ - according to the press release - with Agor, of Blue Hawaii. It also features appearances from fellow Canadians TOPS and Nite Jewel while Doldrums’ Errheard also plays drums on the majority of the twelve-track record. Savage has also shared his second preview track titled 'Suburban Nights' - listen below.
Matthew E. White has shared a new music video for ‘Vision’ from his album Fresh Blood released earlier this year on Domino. The groovy, horn-driven track gets a heartwarming film treatment from filmmaker Clara Aranovich and features Edi Gathegi (Twilight, Justified, X-Men) and Caitlin Stasey (Reign, Please Like Me, Neighbours).
Playing with other artists over the years, Emmett Kelly has exhibited an encompassing approach to music which lends flexibility to The Cairo Gang’s song-style. He’s a harmony singer of supreme skill, bringing not only a sweet and supple voice but also a tremendous sympathy to the singing of it (as anyone who’s caught Cairo onstage with Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy will ever know). Now a couple of albums and tapes and singles and things into it he’s making streamlined music for the ears, constructing with a heavy hand in order to have a heavy impact with more than just sounds but songs and beaming them in on bright bolts of sunshine.
‘Gone Missing’ was written in between places, on the run, recorded in a variety of rooms. Lines appear to have been straightened - yet still, blood beats sidewise inside Cairo’s temples, their rebel heart is drunk on the outskirts of town. The impulse to dig underneath the bittersweet heart, to invert meaning, shapes the songs of ‘Goes Missing’.
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