Recent News

LISTEN – Kele – Solo Album Announcement & Album Teaser

August 8th, 2014


Bloc Party‘s front man Kele Okereke has just announced the release of an upcoming solo album. The second solo album from Kele, ‘Trick‘ is set to reflect his exploration in the dance-music world. ‘Trick‘ will be released October 13th, but you can check out the album teaser below!

Pre-order ‘Trick’ here!

WATCH – Souls Of Mischief & Adrian Younge – HYPETRAK TV Interview/Performance

August 7th, 2014


Souls Of Mischeif & Adrian Younge recently sat down with HYPETRAK TV to discuss their latest record ‘There Is Only Now‘. In the interview, they discuss the story behind the record and what the record really means. Learn about the album by watching the whole interview below AND catch a special performance of ‘There Is Only Now’!

Digitalism – US Tour Dates Announced

August 7th, 2014


Digitalism has just released dates for a North American tour coming up this fall. Check out the list below to see if there’s a show in a city near you!


LISTEN – Bahamas – ‘Stronger Than That’ & feature on KCRW

August 7th, 2014


Recently, Jack Johnson has given some feedback on Bahamas to KCRW! He has nothing but good reviews for the ‘Bahamas Is Afie‘ creator; You can read the whole article on KCRW’s music blog here!

And if you haven’t already heard Bahamas‘ track ‘Stronger Than That‘, give it a listen below!

WATCH – Busdriver – ‘Colonize The Moon’

August 5th, 2014


Los Angeles rapper Busdriver has just released his video for ‘Colonize the Moon’, a track off of album ‘Perfect Hair’, which is out September 9th. The record will feature a cast of artists including Aesop Rock, Danny Brown, Open Mike Eagle and Pegasus. Check out the video below!

Got A Girl – Interview on NPR’s All Things Considered

August 4th, 2014

got a girl pic

The newly formed duo of Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Dan ‘The Automator’ Nakamura, aka Got A Girl just released its first album, ‘I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now’, which draws on the members’ shared love for 1960’s French pop. The two sat down with NPR’s Eric Westervelt; hear their conversation on NPR’s All Things Considered here!