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Music is in Hollie Cook’s DNA, as the daughter of Sex Pistols’ drummer Paul Cook. She got her start as a member of punk rock outfit The Slits and now makes solo music best described as tropical pop. It’s seductive, alluring and we look forward to hearing it live.
Tracyanne Campbell (of Camera Obscura) and Danny Coughlan (of Crybaby) have formed the aptly named project Tracyanne & Danny. Last month, the UK musicians released “Home & Dry,” the first track off of their upcoming self-titled due out in May via Merge. Today, Tracyanne & Danny are releasing a new single and music video for “Alabama.” Check out the video below.
Del the Funky Homosapien and Amp Live, two of the most innovative and respected names in hip-ho, have just united for one of the most anticipated albums of the year, Gate 13, out 4/20. The 16 tracks on Gate 13 mix hip-hop, funk, and electronica, and feature Goapele, Eligh, Simi, Zyme, Adult Karate, Mr. Micro, and James Melo, creating a “portal into something progressive, futuristic, and fun.”
You can hear all these elements kicking on “Wheel of Fortune,” the album’s first single, which is out today. Starting out with a hard beat and Del’s steady flow, the track dips into a reggae break then picks up with a manic tempo as Del throws punches at competing talents. It’s a perfect snapshot of the album’s raw energy, technical dexterity and free-flowing finesse.
Ahead of the April 6 release of his new studio album, Song For Alpha, Daniel Avery has shared the dazzling new video for “Projector.” Avery’s latest visual offering was created by London-based design house Flat-e, the same collective behind the previously released video for “Slow Fade”.
Explaining the creation of the “Projector” visual, Flat-e explains their methodology as the “layering animations of crystalline structures, then manipulating them digitally until they appear almost fluid.”
March 28 – Seattle, WA – Kremwerk
March 29 – Vancouver, BC – Celebrities Underground
March 30 – San Francisco, CA – Great Northern
March 31 – Los Angeles, CA – Lazaro’s Latin Lounge
April 5 – Boston, MA – Middlesex Lounge
April 6 – Brooklyn, NY – Good Room
April 7 – Detroit, MI – Marble Bar
April 12 – Washington, DC – Flash
April 13 – Montreal, QC – Centre Phi
April 14 – Toronto, ON – Forth
Moby and his band performed a stirring rendition of “This Wild Darkness” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Joining Moby was Vy Higginsen’s Sing Harlem Choir from the Mama Foundation for the Arts. “This Wild Darkness” is the penultimate track on Moby’s recently released fifteenth studio album, Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt. Watch below.
“PRhyme performed their new song “Flirt” Tuesday on The Tonight Show alongside 2 Chainz. The show’s house band, the Roots, recreated the track’s ornate production, giving new energy to the thumping bass and surging synth-strings.”