Song : Blooms : “Guilty” (prod. by Kobina)

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Irish born and London-based siren Louise Cunnane, who uses the moniker Blooms, proved herself to be an artist with potential mass appeal earlier this year with her lustful debut EP, If. It appears that she is looking to build upon her notoriety from this year going into 2015 with fantastic new song “Guilty”. Produced by Kobina and originally slated to be on her debut EP, she is instead offering it up as a one off ahead of her first headline show. The foundation is layed out with brooding, almost ominous instrumentation allowing Cunnane to really lay down some restrained, yet powerful vocals from the shadows. Stream below.

Song : Young Ejecta : “Your Planet” (NSFW Artwork)

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Young Ejecta’s new LP, The Planet, is one we are looking forward to going into 2015. It is scheduled for release on January 27th through member Joel Ford’s Driftless Recordings. From it, we have already heard the beautiful “Welcome To Love”, now we get the bouncy Italo-disco track “Your Planet” found below. The song is joyous in delivery and one to dance away all your stress to from start to finish. Leanne Macomber says about the inspiration of the song:

“I wrote ‘Your Planet’ for my dear friend Josiah who died when we were just shy of 21. Josiah remains one of the most incredible people to have ever walked this planet. My fantasy is that he now has his own world and that when he looks back to earth he remembers me and knows how much I love him.”

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Video : Champions League : “Ebiza”

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Parisian duo Champions League released their strong>Ebiza EP this year via 25 Years and Running. You might recall the track “Flaco” we posted about this past summer. Today, they have shared a Killdeath directed visual for the title track to the EP, “Ebiza”. The clip mixes highly stylized lo-fi and digital effects coming off as relaxed as the song itself. Watch below and purchase the EP here.

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Today’s MOKB on SIRIUS XMU Blog Radio Playlist : 11/25/14

Here’s the playlist from today’s My Old Kentucky Blog Radio on SIRIUS XMU, Channel 35! Also, available via On Demand.

Marissa Nadler – Pitseleh (Elliott Smith Cover)
Son Little – Your Love Will Blow Me Away When My Heart Aches
RY X – Sweat
Being There – Generator
Sleigh Bells ft. Tink – That Did It
Classixx – A Stranger Love
Paradis – Sur Une Chanson En Francais
Daughter – Winter (Warpaint Remix)
Cheatahs – Controller
Jungle – Crumbler
Hannah Diamond – Every Night
Anamanaguchi – Pop It
Rae Morris – Under The Shadows
Nao – Adore You (ft. Abhi Dijon)
Shura – Touch
Flo Morrissey – Pages Of Gold
Sonny & The Sunsets – Cheap Extensions
Rat Boy – Sportswear
Elvis Depressedly – No More Sad Songs
Perfume Genius – Longpig
Marika Hackman – Drown
Jose Gonzalez – Every Age
American Wrestlers – I Can Do No Wrong
Princess Chelsea – No Church On Sunday
Navvi – Speak
Grace Sings Sludge – Such A Vision
Alex Calder – Lola
Leon Bridges – Better Man

Video : Marika Hackman : “Drown”

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February 16th will see the release of Marika Hackman’s debut album, We Slept At Last, through Dirty Hit. Today, she has unveiled the dark video for lead single “Drown”. The video, found below, came with the following note from Hackman:

The song itself deals with the idea of suffocating on the power of human emotion and finding it painful yet strangely euphoric in a masochistic way. With my music not a lot of people pick up the underlying violence within the lyrics so I wanted to create a video that would indulge in the dark but beautiful intensity of these words. Working with the directors, Brian and Karl, we drew inspiration from the works of American video artist Bill Viola and the way he contrasts human subjects with the black voids he places them in, to create an erie beauty and serenity which simultaneously belies the violence of what is actually happening.

Oh to drown in your mind I would, I know I would. To suffocate in your smoke I’d choke on you if I could. Maybe I will.

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Song : Sylas : “Layer” (ft. Brian Eno & Jelani Blackman)

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London’s Sylas add a little grit to their smooth production in new song “Layer” featuring Brian Eno and spoken vocals from Jelani Blackman. The song is the last of a trio of songs including “Shore” and “Hollow” that make up their debut self-titled EP. It is out now via via Aesop Label. Stream below.

MOKB Premiere : Flo Morrissey : “Pages of Gold”

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For a country a fifth the size of the States, England has talent coming out of every corner musically. The latest export is 19-year-old songbird Flo Morrissey hailing from London. She recently signed with Glassnote and will be releasing her debut in the very near future. Not wanting to make you wait, we have the first song from it titled “Pages of Gold” full of shimmering late ‘60 California melodies and production from Noah Georgeson, who has worked with artists of similar qualities such as Devendra Banhart, Joanna Newsome, and Little Joy, to name a few. It is an absolute stunner from a voice far more mature than her age would indicate and an artist you will absolutely hear more of in the coming months. Stream below.