Download : Twin Peaks : ‘Mind Frames’ Demo Album

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Wild Onion, the second LP from Chicago’s Twin Peaks was one of those albums that made you want get fucked up carefree with your friends while getting up to no good. As a present to their fans, the band has just put out a collection of the album’s demos they are dubbing Mind Frames. The describe the release as “A glimpse into the bedroom feels of each songwriter and hopefully a treat for everyone.” While adding on their facebook, “We hope it provides something new for you in each track, but mainly just want you to have some free TP to jam to!” Grab it below.

Brooklyn’s Your 33 Black Angels Announce New LP, Stream “Remote Viewing”

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Collective Your 33 Black Angels (Y33BA) have been hovering around the Brooklyn scene for a bit making a name for themselves with an ever-changing cast of members and guest musicians creating a live presence both memorable and entertaining. On May 12th, the band will be unloading their latest and possibly most accessible release, Glamour.

Going along with the announcement, they are streaming the first single from the album, “Remote Viewing”. The songs offers nod to both past and more modern elements of rock resulting in tight composition that borders in psych. Find the stream below along with a trailer for the LP. Also, for those in the NYC area, you can catch them live at Shea Stadium on March 6th and Palisades on the 9th.

Stream : Laura Groves : ‘Committed Language’ EP

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Longtime favorite London-based songbird Laura Groves’ released her absolutely ethereal new EP, Committed Language, earlier this week via DEEK Recordings. The EP, comprised of four songs, includes the previously heard title track and “Dream Story” along with “Friday” and “Mystique”. Stream the charming release below and, if you have not before, give her previous EP from 2013 and equally great, Thinking About You, here.

Song : Passion Pit : “Lifted Up (1985)”

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Kindrid, the third full-length from Passion Pit will see the light of day on April 21st via Columbia Records. Today, they have shared the first song from it “Lifted Up (1985)” via a video showing the cover alive in motion. The song has a much more upbeat attitude lyrically than what you might have found on their previous releases. The song will be available for immediate download along with another song “Where The Sky Hangs” tomorrow digitally when you pre-order the LP. Listen below.

Video : Hot Chip : “Huarache Lights”

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The album announcements keep on rolling in. Hot Chip have revealed their return with new album, Why Make Sense?, on May 18th via Domino. In addition to the album, the band has also revealed that those who pre-order it will receive theSeparate EP featuring extra material from the Why Make Sense? sessions. You can watch and listen to the first taste from the new LP with video for new song “Huarache Lights” done in a one-take visual by Andy Knowles and inspired by a light installation from Robert Bell.

Song : Alabama Shakes : “Don’t Wanna Fight”

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The undeniably talented Alabama Shakes have just added to the gluttony of great bands and artists releasing new albums this year with their announcement of Sound & Color to be released via ATO Records on April 21st. Along with the LP announcement, they are also streaming the sexy, soulful “Don’t Wanna Fight” from it. If this song is any indication of the rest of the album, they are not holding anything back on this release and should gain even more attention than they received with their 2012 debut Boys & Girls. Listen below.

Song : Lower Dens : “To Die In L.A.”

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March 31st will see Baltimore’s Lower Dens unload their third LP, titled Escape From Evil, via Ribbon Music. The first single “To Die In L.A.” bursts with small bites of color in the same way as the album artwork above using Knopfler-esque guitar tones and elegant ’80s-era synths. Frontwoman Jana Hunter sounds as entrancing as ever. 2015 is looking to be an amazing year musically. Listen below.

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