Sometimes it doesn’t take much to lose someone in music. Put the right pieces together like Tomas Barfod does on new track “Pulsing” and in won’t be long until your listener finds themselves shut off from the rest of the world. Here the WhoMadeWho drummer teams up with vocalist and former “November Skies” collaborator Nina […]

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Today Pitchfork premiered the video for “Cut The World,” the title track off Antony and the Johnsons‘ upcoming live symphonic album. Originally written for the theatre production “The Life And Death of Marina Abramovic,” “Cut The World” now gets the music video treatment courtesy of director NABIL (Kanye West, Bon Iver, Frank Ocean). This dark, […]

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Just in time for the sweat-soaked days of July that rest on the horizon, Swedish electro-pop outfit jj has released a free EP, High Summer. The five-track release is just what you’d expect from the duo: lusty, dreamy, shimmery pop songs. As revealed by the title track, as well as standouts “10” and “Big Hearts, […]

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ATG has previously expressed their deep love and affection for Luke Temple and his cohorts in Here We Go Magic. The group is back with a brand new song, “How Do I Know,” just in time for the summer. “How Do I Know” is a clever exercise in crescendos, slowly building up an upbeat guitar riff […]

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Luke Temple is no stranger to ATG. The evidence is clear: we like his style. Temple and his cohorts from Here Were Go Magic are back with a brand new song from their upcoming album, A Different Ship. Their class of psychedelic electro-folk is in full effect on “Make Up Your Mind.” Temple sings has if […]

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Earlier this month, we told you about Fanfarlo‘s video for “Shiny Things”. Well, we have some more shiny news. Yeasayer (on intermission) lent their unique Middle Eastern-psych-snap-gospel sound to the pop track, toning the original down in all the right places. It’s infused with synth and talkbox vocals, leaving no doubt as to who constructed the […]

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The War On Drugs‘ video for “Brothers” takes a hostage situation to delightfully creepy heights. Dubbed a “western nightmare” by directors/brothers Ben and Alex Brewer, the video features a gun-toting geriatric, scenes from old Westerns and plenty of duct tape. Shades of “No Country for Old Men” come through, fitting perfectly with the band’s atmospheric […]

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