Monthly Archives: April 2013

CREEP announce debut LP ‘echoes’

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Brooklyn duo CREEP will release their highly anticipated debut album, ‘echoes,’ on August 13. The record sees producers/DJs Lauren Flax and Lauren Dillard joined on each song by a guest vocalist collaborator, including The xx’s Romy Madley-Croft, Sia, Tricky and Andrew Wyatt (Miike Snow). Download the album opener Introduction below via Soundcloud, which features haunting vocals from Planningtorock. Producing ethereal soundscapes… Read more »

Boards of Canada clear up the ‘mystery’ by revealing new album details

Boards of Canada

After the mystery release on Record Store Day and some additional mysterious, cryptic vinyl surfacing (see below) from Board of Canada, the band have revealed reveal that their new album is titled ‘Tomorrow’s Harvest’ and it will be released on Tuesday June 11th in North America via Warp Records. If you access and put in the code below 699742628315717228936557813386519225 (you can’t cut… Read more »

Music Video Addiction: Sunday April 28, 2013 edition

Music Video Addiction

Yep, it’s that time again for the Culture Addicts weekly music video picks. Sit back and listen / view, and make sure to share and / or leave a comment since we love to hear from you. We hope you enjoy the tracks as much as we have this week. Dandy Warhols: Rest Your Head – the Dandies get robotic…. Read more »

Thomas D’Arcy releases video for ‘I Wake Up Every Day’

Thomas D'Arcy

Thomas D’Arcy is known to many as the front man for Small Sins, a Toronto-based band with three critically acclaimed albums to its credit (2006’s self-titled debut, 2007’s ‘Mood Swings,’ and 2010’s ‘Pot Calls Kettle Black’).  But now, he released of his first album under his own name, ‘What We Want’ on February 3 via Thomas D’Arcy Music/MapleMusic Recordings. D’Arcy has released a new video for the super… Read more »

Album review: A Book Of Wanderers – A Book Of Wanderers

A Book For Wanderers

A Book For Wanderers is a solo project by Niagara Falls-based artist Anthony Botting. His self-titled debut was recently released and contains a whopping 15 tracks. The album kicks off with Seasons which sounds very Primal Scream circa ‘Screamadelica’-esque and this got my ears all perked up since ‘Screamadelica’ is a Culture Addicts favourite. Unfortunately, this sound did not continue… Read more »