Monthly Archives: March 2014

Panda Bear announce North American tour

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Panda Bear (aka Noah Lennox from Animal Collective) will preview new material from his forthcoming solo album released via Domino on a North American tour launching in Austin in May. On this tour, he’ll be making stops at Austin Psych Fest, Sasquatch, and will play a special NYC show as part of the Red Bull Music Academy & Wordless Music… Read more »

Jamie xx announces new ‘Girl / Sleep Sound’ single

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Jamie xx has announced details of a brand new AA-sided single, which will be available on 12″ vinyl and download on May 6, 2014 via Young Turks.  The single features two tracks, Girl and Sleep Sound. You can listen to Sleep Sound via YouTube below. This will be Jamie xx’s first solo release since 2011, a year which saw him release his debut single, Far Nearer, as well as… Read more »

I Break Horses get remixed by The Field

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Sweden’s I Break Horses have announced a new EP of remixes from its second album, ‘Chiaroscuro,’ due out on April 15 via Bella Union / PIAS. It features remixes from The Field, Tim Gane of Stereolab, Clarence Clarity, East India Youth and Tom Furse from The Horrors. Take listen to remix of Faith by The Field via Soundcloud below.  … Read more »

Ireland’s September Girls share their latest video for ‘Sister’

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Ireland’s September Girls have shared their latest video for the track Sister, which is lifted from their debut album ‘Cursing The Sea’ out now via Fortuna POP!. The video was directed by Neil O’Driscoll and you can watch it via YouTube below. Named after a Big Star song via The Bangles, September Girls are comprised of Paula (Bass/Vocals), Caoimhe (Guitar/Vocals),… Read more »

Craft Spells announce new album + reveal first single

Craft Spells

Today, Justin Vellesteros announces the return of Craft Spells with his sophomore album ‘Nausea,’ due out June 10 via Captured Tracks. It’s been two years since the release of the ‘Gallery EP’ and nearly four since his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Idle Labor’. ‘Nausea’ was produced and recorded in Seattle with Dylan Wall, and is reflective of the artistic and… Read more »