This week, Damien Jurado gave us the second track from his forthcoming LP â€œThe Monster Who Hated Pennsylvaniaâ€. The new track is called â€œTomâ€ and like the previously released â€œHelenaâ€ and every other track on the new record, it tells an imagined story of a person crafted by Jurado. And like past music by Damien… Continue reading Damien Jurado Teases Two from Forthcoming LP â€œThe Monster Who Hated Pennsylvaniaâ€
Oh I like this. Thao Nguyen and her group Thao & The Get Down Stay Down are back with a new song called “Temple” and it’s superb! “Temple” is the title track off the band’s forthcoming LP currently due out mid May. About the new album, Nguyen, of Vietnamese heritage, said to DIY Mag: I… Continue reading Thao & The Get Down Stay Down Returns with “Temple”
Alright. So Black Lips are back with a new song called “Odelia”. And after a few listens, I’m not the biggest fan. So I devised an idea: let’s see if I can find 5 songs in my collection by Black Lips for you to listen to and enjoy more.
“Against the Day” is the band’s first new material since their 2017 LP Cry Cry Cry. In this post: hear the song, watch the video, and revisit their 2005 debut LP.
On “SÃ¥ Underbart Va Livet”, their first new material of 2019, the Swedish duo Club 8 continue with softly ambient melodies similar to what they gave us on their previous LP, Golden Island (2018).
I’ve had my eye on Melody Prochet of Melody’s Echo Chamber since the release of her self-titled debut LP way back in 2012. The stunning hazy psychedelic-drenched pop blew me away with singles like “Crystalized” and “Some Time Alone, Alone” and of course “I Follow You”. Well, since it’s her birthday today, she announced the… Continue reading Finally Back: Melody’s Echo Chamber Gives us “Cross My Heart”
By this time, Saint Etienne has at least a dozen LPs to their name. They’ve released countless singles, several EPs, and you can find their work remixed and worked over by DJs across the globe. They are among the more prolific of European dance pop artists. And they are back. The new album is called… Continue reading The Poltergeist in Saint Etienne’s “Heather” will Seduce and Haunt You
The Gluts are an Italian four-piece from Milan that creates really loud, really dark, and really noisy post punk. I’ve been checking out their forthcoming sophomore LP Estasi, due out on Fuzz Club Records come May 5, and I have to say I really dig the sound. It’s nothing entirely new, this sound. (What sound… Continue reading The Gluts’ Ferocious New Single “Squirrel” Will Gut You
Beach Fossils are back this year with a new song called…well, “This Year”. It’s the first single off their forthcoming LP Somersault, due out June 2. And it reveals a new direction for the band, now with a refined and more mature sound. “This Year” has a deeper level of production, assimilating string arrangements and… Continue reading Beach Fossils Mature in “This Year”
Yesterday, I touted the new forthcoming LP by WOODS and mentioned their last three albums have graced my best of lists for those years. Ty Segall beats that, joining the top 5 four years running. Not too long ago, Ty Segall’s “Black Magick” hit the airwaves. The track is off his new Suicide Squeeze single… Continue reading Ty Segall’s “Black Magick” Will Save Us All