Brian Marquis has released a surprise '90s covers EP titled I Miss the 90s, which you can listen to in the replies. It features guest vocals by Vinnie Caruana (The Movielife, I Am the Avalanche), Will Noon (fun., Straylight Run) on drums, Julio Tavarez (The Black and The White, As Tall As Lions) on bass, and Doug Grean (ex-Scott Weiland, The Terpsichords) on piano/keyboards.
1. Say It Ain't So (originally by Weezer)
2. Rooster (originally by Alice in Chains)
3. Shadowboxer (originally by Fiona Apple)
4. High and Dry (originally by Radiohead)
5. Something in the Way (originally by Nirvana)
Mineral Girls are streaming their very good debut album Cozy Body over at New Noise Magazine a week ahead of it's May 19th release. Make sure to check it out and pre-order the casette or watch for it on digital retailers if you like it.
It's been a while since we talked about Nils Frahm, though the Berlin based composer has certainly been busy. He's currently prepping for the release of his first score for the one-take feature film "Victoria" which is out on June 10th via Erased Tapes. Until then, head to the replies to listen to his new song "Them" and read a lovely note from Nils himself.
Tame Impala have released a new song titled "Eventually." The song will appear alongside previously released tracks "Let It Happen", "'Cause I'm a Man", and "Disciples" on their upcoming third album Currents, which is due out July 17th via Interscope. Listen to the song in the replies.
Clean Girls' new full length record, Despite You, is now streaming over on their Bandcamp. The record is a noisy, hardcore and heavy affair that any fan of the classic skramz sound should check out. The vinyl can be purchased here, and a press release for the band can be read in the replies.
Citizen's sophomore LP, Everybody Is Going To Heaven, is due out June 23 via Run For Cover Records and you can stream the first single, "Cement," in the replies (via Noisey). The record went up for pre-order overnight and can be found here.
Turnover's new album, the stunning Peripheral Vision, is out today via Run For Cover Records. The label is selling the album digitally for only $5 on Bandcamp. I've been entranced by this record all morning; I recommend taking a listen to the stream and then buying it 39 minutes and 11 seconds later.
Tame Impala have shared another new track from their new album Currents called "Disciples" that you can stream in the replies. Currents will be released on Interscope, but does not yet have a release date.
Titus Andronicus are back with a new track called "Dimed Out" that you can stream on Rdio and Spotify. Looks like the band will be releasing its fourth LP The Most Lamentable Tragedy on July 28th via Merge and will be following through on its plans to release a 30-track concept record.
You can now stream Turnover's new album Peripheral Vision in its entirety in the replies. It's a fantastic bit of shoegaze-y pop, and quite a departure from the band's previous material. Let us know your thoughts in the replies.
Soon to be well known multi-instrumentalist Stèv has released the first song from his new album, Beyond Stolen Notes, which will be released on May 18th via Loci Records and Megaphone. The track is called "Hills are Floating" and gives us a glimpse into the greatness that's in store. Loci Records is founded and curated by Doug Appling or better known as Emancipator, which should be enough to peak your interest. Jump to the replies to stream "Hills are Floating" via The Four Oh Five.
Turnover apparently can't be stopped, because they've released another new song from Peripheral Vision, this one called "Humming." Check it out here. The album comes out May 4th, which is blissfully close at hand.
Wolf Alicewill release their debut album, My Love Is Cool, on June 22nd via Dirty Hit Records and today they unveiled the album version of live and fan-favourite "Bros". Do yourself a favour and welcome in the summer hit this song always deserved to be by hitting the replies and checking it out.
"Bros" is a sentimental tune to us, it's grown and changed with us over the past couple of years, taking on different shapes and forms until it evolved into being this definitive album version. It's an ode to childhood imagination and friendship and all the charm that comes with that. The live response to the song has been truly humbling." - Ellie Roswell (vocals, guitar)
Ethan Kath of Crystal Castles has posted a new song on the band's Facebook and Soundcloud pages titled "Frail". Whilst Alice Glass is still not a part of the act, a new vocalist referred to as "Edith" appears on this song. Check it out in the replies.