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    BADBADBADNOTGOOD's new album sounds "something like a jam session in space between Can, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock's Headhunters, Weather Report, Arthur Russell & MF DOOM." Click through to hear the single "Lavender (ft. Kaytranada),” and then check out the whole thing!
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    WATCH | Allah-Las “Famous Phone Figure” + Tour Dates

    Using the same board on which The Beach Boys recorded 'Pet Sounds,' Allah-Las are back with a new record called 'Calico Review' that incorporates new flavors like harpsichord, Mellotron and http://elavilbuy.com theremin into their garage-y sound. Watch the video for “Famous Phone Figure” now!
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    LISTEN | Radiohead And The Invisible Do Ninja Tune Podcast

    With Radiohead recently releasing “A Moon Shaped Pool” album and The Invisible releasing their own album in “Patience” the two met up at Roundhouse studios with regular producer DK to talk about their respective creative processes.
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    WATCH | Danny Brown “When It Rain” + Tour Dates

    Check out the new video for the track "When It Rain," which is slated for release later this year on Danny's next full length album 'Atrocity Exhibition.' Click through for tour dates, too!
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    LISTEN | Young Sun Silver Fox “You Can Feel It”

    Shawn Lee (Shawn Lee’s Ping Pong Orchestra, AM & Shawn Lee) and Andy Platts (Mamas Gun) have teamed up as Young Gun Silver Fox, and they're getting ready to release their own brand of "yacht rock" on American shores. Check out the lead track "You Can Feel It" now!
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    WATCH | iLe “Canibal”

    According to KCRW, "“Canibal” is a well-crafted video that poignantly explores a self-reflexive perspective on how we cannibalize our feelings and, to a further extent, our identities. It’s a very fitting interpretation that accents the lyrical thematic by iLE & director Juan Manuel Costa of El Birque Animaciones." Click through to watch it now!
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    LISTEN | Aphex Twin ‘Cheetah EP’

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LISTEN – iLe Interview w/ NPR’s Alt.Latino

July 26th, 2016


“A common complaint of bands playing Latin Alternative music is that it’s almost impossible to be included in the best propecia only here lineups of the big multi-day summer music festivals that take place across the country. With very few exceptions, mega-fests like Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Coachella ignore the music and its fans. Latin Alternative enthusiasts often go to those festivals anyway, of course, because we don’t just listen to one kind of music and are fans of the bands, big and small, who play those events. Fortunately, though, there are now summer music festivals that feature bands from Latin America, Spain and the U.S. that play rock, hip-hop, noise, pop, trap and can you buy prednisolone online instructions just about any other form of contemporary Latin music. That’s the good news. The bad news: Most of them happen on the same weekend. Which creates a challenge for us at Alt.Latino to get out and visit with the musicians and fans who attend those festivals. But, as they say in The Godfather Part II, it’s “difficult, not impossible.” So, with a little help from our friends, we bring you four festivals in three cities, all taking place within 48 hours of each other: Nuevo Fest in Philadelphia, Ruido Fest in Chicago, and the Afro Latino Fest in New York City — the last of which is coupled with the Latin Alternative Music Conference, an annual gathering of Latin Alternative musicians and fans that’s been going for 17 years now.” — via NPR

Check out the interview with iLe starting at the 1:49 mark below!

LISTEN — Young Gun Silver Fox “You Can Feel It”

July 25th, 2016


West Coast End picks up where Daft Punk’s “Fragments of Time” left off—with a modern reimagining of the classic West Coast AOR studio sound of the mid- to late ’70s, when soulful and slick soft rock ruled the FM airwaves. This peak era of sophisticated analog production and stellar musicianship and songwriting produced iconic vibes from artists like Loggins & Messina, Fleetwood Mac, Steely Dan, the Doobie Brothers, Hall & Oates, Carly Simon, Ambrosia, America, and more. Young Gun Silver fox is made up of singer-songwriter Andy Platts of U.K. soul-rock band Mamas Gun and multi-instrumentalist producer Shawn Lee, an American expat who has made a name for himself in the group AM & Shawn Lee, as well as his solo outfit, Shawn Lee’s Ping Pong Orchestra (see the massively popular and resources buy levitra by mail often-licensed “Kiss the Sky” featuring Nino Moschella). With West Coast End, the duo has created a wholly authentic homage to the golden age of California pop—written and recorded in cloudy London.” — via Wax Poetics

Check out “You Can Feel It” below, or click HERE for an entire stream of the album on Spotify.

WATCH — Black Atlass “Blonde”

July 25th, 2016


Singer/songwriter/producer Black Atlass teams up once again with fashion photographer Kenneth Cappello for the stark and bewitching “Blonde” music video. As BA croons (“Your lips take me to California…”) over his own minimal, hypnotic piano loops, lingering shots of Los Angeles at sunrise build to a fiery climax. “Blonde” immortalizes the pull of this city’s dark side so powerfully-it’s unclear who is seducing who, but we’ll let the love burn either way. Haunted Paradise, Black Atlass’ debut album on Fool’s Gold, is filled with even more snapshots of attraction and temptation.

Watch the video for “Blonde” below!

WATCH — Infinity Ink “Full Capacity”

July 24th, 2016


Full Capacity” is a wonky house bomb and a unique moment from the Infinity Ink duo of Ali Love and Luca Cazal. Mixed by long-term collaborator Mark Ralph (Years and Years, Hot Chip), the wonderfully weird “Full Capacity” now comes with a suitably surreal video featuring a troupe of clubland’s lovable rogues & bouncers as you’ve never seen them before. The video has been directed by critically acclaimed Ben Reed, whose previous work includes promos for Blur, George Ezra, Joan As Police Woman and generic viagra from canada many others.

Watch “Full Capacity” below!

LISTEN — Flock Of Dimes “Semaphore” + Tour Dates

July 23rd, 2016


Flock Of Dimes, aka Jenn Wasner (Wye Oak, Dungeonesse), has shared the first track, “Semaphore,” off her debut full-length album If You See Me, Say Yes coming out September 23rd on Partisan Records. This track is the first glimpse of a record that is the culmination of Wasner’s many years of work crafting her distinct blend of electro-acoustic pop music – forward thinking, emotionally resonant, and stylistically unparalleled. Across all of her projects Jenn balances experimentation with craft, unafraid to be vulnerable– from 10+ years co-creating the novel, guitar-driven Wye Oak repertoire (including last month’s surprise-released Tween), to purposefully putting out several 2-at-a-time 7 inches as Flock Of Dimes, or exploring electronic textures as Dungeonesse. Wasner wrote, performed, and self-produced the record, with help from frequent collaborators Mickey Freeland in Baltimore and Aaron Roche in NYC. It was mixed in Dallas by John Congleton (St. Vincent, Angel Olsen).

Listen to “Semaphore” while you peruse the tour dates below!

10/14 – Meow Wolf – Santa Fe, NM
10/15 – 191 Toole – Tucson, AZ
10/16 – Soda Bar – San Diego, CA
10/17 – Bootleg Theater – Los Angeles, CA
10/18 – Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco, CA
10/20 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
10/21 – The Cobalt – Vancouver, BC
10/22 – Barboza – Seattle, WA
10/25 – 7th St. Entry – Minneapolis, MN
10/26 – Schubas – Chicago, IL
10/28 – The Drake – Toronto, ON
10/29 – Bar Le Ritz PDB – Montreal, QC
10/30 – Great Scott – Allston, MA
11/1 – Johnny Brenda’s – Philadelphia, PA
11/2 – Rough Trade NYC – Brooklyn, NY
11/4 – U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC
11/5 – Cat’s Cradle – Carrboro, NC
11/6 – The Mothlight – Asheville, NC
11/8 – The High Watt – Nashville, TN
11/9 – The Earl – Atlanta, GA
11/11 – Three Links – Dallas, TX
11/12 – 3TEN ACL Live – Austin, TX

LISTEN — Owen “Burning Soul” + Q&A w/ DIY

July 22nd, 2016


Owen is set to release his new solo album ‘The King Of Whys’ later this month, and we have the first play of its next single and standout track, ‘A Burning Soul’. The track, which follows ‘Settled Down’ in previewing his Wichita debut, deals with Mike Kinsella’s father’s drinking problem, looking back from a new, more secure place. ‘A Burning Soul’ is refreshingly frank, and sees Kinsella growing even more confident, twenty years into his career.” — via DIY

Listen to “Burning Soul” below, and read the full interview with Mike Kinsella HERE.

WATCH — Conner Youngblood “Summer Song”

July 21st, 2016


“Nashville-based Conner Youngblood is a curious man. He recently learned Danish because, well, why the heck not? And when he finished touring Europe with Aurora earlier in the year he set off on an expedition around Norway and Iceland, eating bear meat and hanging out with reindeer along the way. There’s also a theme of drifting between places in his music, notably on songs from his The Generation Of Lift EP, which is being re-released by Ninja Tune‘s Counter Records. But it’s not because Youngblood is lost. He’s just trying to find his own sound in his own unique way. “That’s kind of what my whole philosophy has kind of been: like, if you do something awesome, awesome things happen because of it, and you just kind of go along from one thing to the next and follow a path that’s creating itself,” he explained to Vice. “I’m not very good at creating a set of goals and trying to get there – usually I’m just really focused on the exact thing I’m doing, and then when I release that, or put that out into the world, cool things happen because of it.” This happy-go-lucky philosophy seems to be working well for the gifted musician, who kept his talents quiet from friends while studying Amerian Studies at Yale. His songs are pretty yet bold, ambience-strafted songs that mix up – very easily – the alt-folk of Elliot Smith and www.compag.cz Sufjan Stevens with hip-hop, electronica, and bluegrass. Don’t bet against a fidgety Youngblood finding further sounds to throw into an already intoxicating brew. But for now, enjoy where he’s at.” — via Redbull

Watch Conner perform “Summer Song” below! Click HERE for more from the session.

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