Theophilus London will release his new EP, Lovers Holiday II, later this year followed by a full album. But, in the meantime, you can head to the replies to check out a preview of a new track titled "Do Girls" which is credited as being "arranged" by Kanye West.
Hear a new Matter song titled "Famine" in the replies. There's 9 days left in their IndieGoGo, which is 75% funded - donate, because this band could be great. In case you missed it, check out "A Voice", which we premiered last month - recommended for fans of Thrice, Defeater, and 10 Years.
Bombay Bicycle Club played a special live session on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show last night where they played 9/10 tracks from their forthcoming album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, which is released next week ... as well as a few old favourites. Listen to the session here, it starts at 1:01:00.
It's Alright Now
Always Like This
Lights Out, Words Gone
Eyes Off You (Live Debut)
So Long, See You Tomorrow (Live Debut)
In 1998, Elliott recorded some a-cappella vocals for me, specifically to sample and slice-and-dice over beats. They sat on a cassette for 16 years. I just dug it out and completed our collaboration. To be totally clear--this kind of track is exactly what he and I intended to make.
The Deadmen recently premiered a new single from their upcoming EP, which is slated for a March release, on My Old Kentucky Blog. Head to the replies to stream "Let Your Fingers Rule" and keep an eye out for more updates in the coming weeks.
Kristina Esfandiari, the former vocalist of Whirr, has started a new band called Miserable. Their new EP, Halloween Dream, will release on February 18th via Native Sound. You can stream the title track on Spin. If you like what you hear, be sure to pre-order it, which gives you an immediate download of the title track.
Someone online showed this to me (and I forgot your username, I'm sorry), and it's pretty interesting -- it's all of the new releases on Rdio each week placed into genres.
This is an algorithmically-generated categorization of Rdio new releases by genre. The categorization is artist-based, and cheerfully optimisitic, so releases are listed in any genre where some data from somewhere suggests they might conceivably be relevant. Sometimes this will be laughably wrong. Laugh, and move on. Single-song releases are shown with quoted song names; multiple-song releases are shown with italicized release titles.
The Weaks have signed to Lame-O Records and announced plans to release their debut EP, The World Is A Terrible Place And I Hate Myself And Want To Die, on February 11. Stream a new song called "Nietzche’s Harvest Song" over at PropertyOfZack and preorder the release here. We'll have a new song premiere as well next week.
1. Nightswimming At The Full Moon Party
2. Nietzche’s Harvest Song
3. Instantaneous Vertical Speed
4. To Thine Own Self Be True
5. How To Put An Audience To Sleep In Under Two Minutes
6. Dunce Pageant
Hailey, It Happens (the musical endeavor of AP.net's very own cshadows2887) announced that they will release their new EP Under the Brilliant Lights on January 28th. They have also put their previous albums up for pay-what-you-want on their bandcamp for those who want to play catch-up. You can stream a brand new song entitled "Cuernavaca" in the replies.