Through the brooding, electric clouds and bubbling synths of her debut single ‘Chief of Tin’ – produced by Sam Dust aka LA Priest – we are welcomed into Xenoula’s enthralling world. The video sees Xenoula emerge from a spherical pod – once her home, before pollutants turned the pearl-white liquid surrounding Xenoula into muddy, corrosive
Richard Dawson shares new song “Soldier”
With the upcoming release of his brilliant new album Peasant on 2nd June, Richard Dawson has shared a new song and video for ‘Soldier’. Watch it HERE. “’Solider’ is an old tune with new words,” says Dawson of the new song. “I wrote them around the time of the EU referendum, so that’s in there,
Wilma Archer debuts new single feat. Amber Mark
Premiered today via FADER, “Like A Hunger” is the first track from UK composer, producer and songwriter Will Archer (formerly recording as Slime) since 2015’s acclaimed album Company. Now going under the name Wilma Archer (the Wilma re-appropriated from a teasing school nickname), the track is the first fruit of a couple of years of prolific writing
Richard Dawson announces new album ‘Peasant’, out June 2nd 2017
Watch the video for “Ogre”, the first song to be shared from Peasant, here. No listener to Richard Dawson’s earlier music has ever discerned a lack of artistic ambition. Whether they got on at the last stop – the 4 track Tyneside-Trout-Mask-through a-Vic and Bob-filter of Nothing Important – or earlier in the journey, with The
Drugdealer announces EU dates for April 2017
Mike Collins, AKA Drugdealer, has announced a string of EU dates for next month. The shows will see Mike and crew playing the songs of last year’s “The End of Comedy”, joined by Weyes Blood and Aldous RH along the way. Full dates here… and find tickets here.
Drugdealer shares video for “The End of Comedy feat. Weyes Blood”
Mike Collins, AKA Drugdealer, has shared a new video for “The End of Comedy” from this year’s great record of the same name via Pitchfork TV. Says Collins of the video: “Andrew Storrs, an old friend of mine and Natalie Mering’s, came to visit us in Los Angeles and document a few days a little
How to Dress Well shares “Salt Song” video, on tour in Europe now!
How To Dress Well – aka Tom Krell – shares the visual for “Salt Song”. Created in collaboration with renowned makeup artist Kelseyanna Fitzpatrick, the track is taken from his critically acclaimed fourth album, Care, out now. In Krell’s own words: “When I first came across Kelseyanna’s instagram, I fell in love— I felt like
Soft Hair – out now!
Soft Hair’s debut album is out everywhere now! Just in time for Halloween… Get it here!
Alex Izenberg shares new video for “Grace”
LA-based singer, songwriter, and piano man Alex Izenberg shares the second taste from his forthcoming album Harlequin, in the form of a live video for ‘Grace’. Directed by Giraffe Studios, and shot in a gorgeous Californian church, the video is an intimate introduction to Izenberg – a man, sitting at a piano, singing us a
Soft Hair release “Relaxed Lizard” – debut album out this Friday, 28/10!
Connan Mockasin and Sam Dust’s Soft Hair have today released a third and final taste of their debut album before it sees release on Friday (October 28th.) Listen to “Relaxed Lizard” now: The songs on Soft Hair are, in order: 01 Relaxed Lizard 02 Jealous Lies 03 i.v. 04 A Goood Sign 05 Lying Has To
Soft Hair share new track “In Love”, album out October 28th!
Connan Mockasin and Sam Dust (LA Priest, Late of the Pier) have shared a newly terrifying / brilliant glimpse of their eponymous debut album as Soft Hair. “In Love”, follows “Lying Has To Stop” and you can listen to it now: The songs on Soft Hair are, in order: 01 Relaxed Lizard 02 Jealous Lies 03
Drugdealer shares self-directed video for “Easy to Forget feat. Ariel Pink”
Mike Collins has shared the latest self-directed video from his Drugdealer project. The video for “Easy to Forget feat. Ariel Pink” follows that for “Suddenly feat. Weyes Blood” the previous single from The End of Comedy album which came out last month. Collins on the ‘Easy To Forget feat. Ariel Pink’ video: “I had this chord