Got A Girl, the duo of Dan The Automater and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, have released their latest single ‘There’s A Revolution‘ of their upcoming album ‘I love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now’ via Bulk Records. The record will be released July 22, but check out their single now below!
Flume is touring all over the place this summer! Check out the dates below to see if he’s playing a show in a city near you. Click here to find tickets, or check out Flume‘s music below!
Jul 13 The Observatory Santa Ana, CA
Jul 16 Terminal 5 New York, NY
Jul 17 Terminal 5 New York, NY
Jul 18 Terminal 5 New York, NY
Jul 19 TIME Festival Toronto, Canada
Jul 20 Forecastle Festival Louisville, KY
Jul 23 9:30 Club Washington, DC
Jul 24 9:30 Club Washington, DC
Jul 25 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA
Jul 26 Revolution Live Fort Lauderdale, FL
Jul 27 Masquerade Music Park Atlanta, GA
Jul 29 Royale Boston, MA
Jul 30 Higher Ground Ballroom South Burlington, VT
Aug 01 Osheaga Festival Montreal, Canada
Aug 02 Concord Music Hall Chicago, IL
Aug 03 Lollapalooza Chicago, IL
Aug 05 Red Rocks Denver, CO
Aug 07 Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, NV
Aug 08 Club Nokia Los Angeles, CA
Aug 09 Club Nokia Los Angeles, CA
Aug 10 Outside Lands San Francisco, CA
Aug 11 Club Nokia Los Angeles, CA
Aug 14 Pukkelpop Hasselt, Belgium
Aug 15 Lowlands Festival Site Biddinghuizen, Netherlands
Aug 16 Positiv Festival Beaucaire, France
Aug 17 Dockville Hamburg, Germany
Aug 20 Théatre de Verdure Nice, France
Aug 21 Caberet Vert Charleville Mezieres, France
Aug 22 Leeds Festival Leeds, United Kingdom
Aug 23 Rock En Seine Paris, France
Aug 24 Reading Festival Reading, United Kingdom
Aug 28 Zurich Open Air Zurich, Switzerland
Sheffield, England — the setting for The Full Monty and part of the British equivalent of the Rust Belt — seems an unlikely spawning ground for the wistful pop of this duo with a deceptively static name. But from the youthful, acoustic-and-harmony-based pop of their early material to the more elaborate arrangements of 2011’s Paradise, Slow Club’s music has always had an upful sheen that’s sometimes belied by melancholy lyrics and melodies.
For Complete Surrender, their third full-length, singers and multi-instrumentalists Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor have moved on from their earlier releases, streamlining and refining their songwriting while hauling in a truckload of R&B influences from several different eras. Northern soul has been a strong tradition in the north of England since the 1960s, and here the duo has brought a crate-digger’s expertise to their soulful sounds.
There’s a heaping spoonful of Motown in “Suffering,” some Supremes/Bacharach flourishes on the title track, Philly soul strings in “Not Mine to Love” and a giant Stax Records/Otis Redding influence and a bring-the-house-down vocal from Taylor on … er … yes, a song actually called “The Queen’s Nose.” (The title, which comes from a children’s book and 1990s BBC TV series, will be baffling to anyone who isn’t a Brit of a certain age; the song’s lyrics address heartbreak, music and, apparently, pregnancy but not the book or show, at least not overtly).-NPR Music
This is the official video for Teleman’s single ’23 Floors Up’. The song was taken from their debut album ‘Breakfast’ out now on Moshi Moshi Records. Watch the video below!
Purchase ‘Breakfast’ on Moshi Moshi Records here!
Zara McFarlane took time out to perform and interview on KPFK’s Melting Pot show. Earlier in the year McFarlane released her second album, ‘If You Knew Her’, on Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood Records. Check out her interview on KPFK’s Melting Pot here!