Recent Articles in CD Releases
Austra has just released their latest “Home” video from their upcoming Olympia album, out June 18th on Domino Records.
Beacon, one of our favorite electronic duos, comprised of Thomas Mullarney and Jacob Gossett, are now with Ghostly International and they’ve got a new 5-song EP, ‘For Now’, coming out on October 2nd.
French Electro Artist Emmanuelle Héricourt, aka EDH, Releases Album ‘Yaviz’ in June; US Dates to Coincide
Emmanuelle Héricourt, aka EDH, will release her dark, daringly eclectic electro album ‘Yaviz’ via French label Letonia on June 12, with US reach being taken care of by Nail Distribution. It’s one of those albums, awash with brooding secrets and expansive truths, that I’ve had constantly on repeat since receiving last month.
You can’t go wrong with this double bill of visceral bands, sharp and dark in both name and sound. NYC’s A Place To Bury Strangers will take on the roads of Europe starting this month and then join Suicide Squeeze artists This Will Destroy You on a west coast tour this June.
Dmitri and Joshua discuss the Smashing Pumpkin’s latest press release at work…
oOoOO, who introduced some elusive new sounds during the midst of a hit-laden set at his recent PopGun/S!CK party appearance at Brooklyn’s Glasslands, continues to expand his intense range on the upcoming 5-track release with the crushingly honest title, Our Loving Is Hurting Us, due April 10th on Tri Angle Records.
Four, three, two… The countdown begins now. “Love Interruption” is the first track to be revealed off of the mighty Jack White’s forthcoming debut album, Blunderbuss. It will be exclusively available for Third Man Records’ Vault members to hear immediately, but not to worry, it will also be given to the public as a free stream at www.jackwhiteIII.com in a few minutes.
A Place To Bury Strangers have announced their upcoming US tour with The Joy Formidable, kicking off on the West Coast in March. The tour will follow the Dead Oceans label release of APTBS’s Onwards To The Wall 5-song EP, out February 7th.
Borne of that state without region, Missouri, White Rabbits moved to Brooklyn to find some footing. Following up on their 2009 (“sophomore”) release It’s Frightening, they dropped “Heavy Metal” to announce a third album, Milk Famous (out March 6)…
The upcoming album is more in line with my fantasy of what tween girls see as beauty, anyway. Not only is she re-inventing tween girl standards, she’s also re-inventing Burt Bacharach with her cover of “What The World Needs Now Is Love.” In her heart-melting vocal purity, she makes me wonder if she actually believes these words…