Watch Katie Dey’s New Video for “unkillable”

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Lately, we have been completely enraptured by the unique compositions of Melbourne, Australia artist Katie Dey off her record asdfasdf (listen below). While it is really hard to pinpoint the references in her sound, it could be characterized a slightly off-balanced confection of accessible pop laid beneath layers of freak-folk, psych, electronic, and ambient melodies resulting in sort of a spiritual release. Recently, she has signed with one of our favorite labels, Orchid Tapes, to formally release the eclectic collection of songs. With that, she has unveiled a visual for probably the most straightforward song off the album, “unkillable”. The song is a frenetic burst of passion and energy clocking in under a minute and half. Watch and listen below.

Listen to New Songs “GFE” and “High On Love” from Class Actress

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New York’s Elizabeth Harper, better known as Class Actress has her new EP, Movies, coming out on June 23rd via Casablanca Records. The collection of songs assisted by Giorgio Moroder and telling tales of Hollywood, love, and love lost marks her return after a four-year hiatus since 2011’s Rapprocher LP. The first single was “More Than You”, but she has unveiled two more tracks from the release, “GFE” (short for “Girlfriend Experience”) and “High On Love”. Listen below.

Foals Return with Video for New Song “What Went Down”

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After teasing a new album last week, Foals have shared new song “What Went Down” on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show. At first listen, it has a more aggressive tone than their Holy Fire LP and really shows the raw energy they give off in a live setting. The cut serves as the title track to their new LP out on August 28 via Warner Music. Listen below via the ferocious Niall O’Brien-directed video.

Listen to New Song “Can’t You See” from Skylar Spence (fka Saint Pepsi)

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After infecting last year’s summer with his jam “Fiona Coyne”, Ryan DeRobertis’ alter-ego Skylar Spence (RIP Saint Pepsi) has returned to make you dance more once again this summer with “Can’t You See”. The playful disco-infused track will appear on his newly announce Prom King LP out on September 18th via Carpark. Listen below to what is sure to be a staple on your party playlist.


Mac DeMarco Shares Video for New Song “Another One”

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Mac DeMarco’s new mini-LP, Another One, is out August 7th via Captured Tracks. Today, he followed up the track “The Way You’d Love Her” from it with the title track via a quirky video. Just like the first song, we are getting some major John Lennon vibes with the vocals and keyboard work all the way down to his glasses in the video. Watch and listen below.

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Watch the New Video for “Corvette” from Shannon and the Clams

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Oakland trio Shannon And The Clams have announced their fourth LP, Gone By The Dawn, slated for release on September 11th courtesy of Hardly Art. Singer Shannon Shaw calls the it a “devastated album” influenced by breakups that happened to members around the time of recording. The first single from the LP, “Corvette”, has a forlorn quality in the sharpness of the guitar sound and Shaw’s sagging vocal delivery. Accompanying the song, they have unveiled a visual directed by Loren Risker switching back and forth between crisp black and white and vibrantly colored shots. You can find the video below and also grab a download the song via Soundcloud.

Stream the Timeless Debut LP from Leon Bridges

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Unless you have been living underneath a rock, you have probably heard of the undeniably talented Leon Bridges. Drawing from soul, blues, r&B, and gospel, his debut LP, Coming Home, will end up being on a majority of best of lists by year’s end. Ahead of its release next week, he is streaming the entire album in full found below. You can purchase it here.

Premiere: Stream New Song “High Off High” from Memphis’ Jay Stones

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Memphis’ Neal Lathem aka Jay Stones has dubbed his music future soul, which is defined by him as a seamless integration of hip-hop, pop, and r&b/soul. His latest effort “High Off High” might be his best example of this to date. The smooth, yet psyched-out production courtesy of Mike Xanax rolls through in what feels like slow-motion bringing to life images of smoke-filled dark rooms accentuated by black lights and lounging people scattered throughout. It will appear on his forthcoming new LP, Desolate & Blue, scheduled for release in later this month. Listen below.