Video : dd elle : “Kind 2 U”

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Anonymous producer dd elle updates his “Kind 2 U” demo from the beginning of the year in a new video. The clip, directed by Adam David Littke, features Instagram celebrity Adam Carpenter depicting what guys do when they are alone shot in Oklahoma. Give it a view below.

Song : Angel Olsen : “May As Well”

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Jagjaguwar is reissuing Angel Olsen’s absolutely superb Burn Your Fire For No Witness from this year in deluxe form on November 18th. It will contain an additional five bonus tracks including the previously revealed “All Right Now” and this lovely little nugget “May As Well”. We are not going to say anything about it. Just sit back, press play, and let it roll over you.

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Song : TĀLĀ : “Everybody’s Free”

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November 17th is the date TĀLĀ unloads her Alchemy EP digitally with the physical following on December 1st, both via London’s Aesop Label. Her latest song “Everybody’s Free” is a reimagining of Quindon Tarver’s “Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good)” from 1996’s Romeo & Juliet Soundtrack. We cannot get enough of her. Everything she does from the music to the artwork to the videos are well-thought out and perfectly executed. Listen below.

MOKB Premiere : HΛNΛH : “Hideaway” (Shines Remix)

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The musical landscape is littered with pop starlets that come to notoriety and then slowly fade away, but New York’s HΛNΛH has the potential to be around for a while. She has already created a strong buzz with her songs “Out of Touch” and “Hideaway” with a formal release most likely coming in the near future. Today, the restrained latter gets a reworking from Los Angeles producer Shines. The remix blends many of the elements and transitions of the original further adding snapping beats to accentuate the vocal cadence. The result is a sensation of warm waves rushing over you only with a climax towards the end that goes somewhere completely unexpected. Stream both versions below.

Today’s MOKB on SIRIUS XMU Blog Radio Playlist : 10/28/14

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

Foxes in Fiction – Ontario Gothic
BØRNS – 10000 Emerald Pools
Ekkah – Last Chance to Dance
BC Camplight – Just Because I Love You
JUCE! – 6th Floor
Misun – Superstitions
BAILE & Camille Corazón – Too Much
Ghost Loft – Be Easy
Kero Kero Bonito – I’d Rather Sleep (et aliae Remix)
Little Cloud – You
Shura – Indecision
Waldo & Marsha – Losing You Forever
Parkay Courts – Uncast Shadow of a Southern Myth
Pinkshinyultrablast – Umi
Selah Sue – Alone
Lace Curtains – High Fantasy
Criminal Hygiene – Turpentine
CHVRCHES – Get Away
Brett – Goon
Furns – Swim Away
Susan – Dream Fatigue [Rough Mix]
Viet Cong – Continental Shelf
We Draw A – Lowbanks
Twin Peaks – Making Breakfast
NXCA Lines – New Atmosphere
Talos – Bloom
Wintercoats – Hologen Moon
Palace – I Want What You Got

Song : Deers : “Between Cans”

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Madrid four-piece DEERS bring it once again with new song “Between Cans”, the b-side to their new 7″, BARN, out on November 3rd via Lucky Number/Mom+Pop. There are some serious throwback melodies hooking you right in with their playful deliveries. They are making us wonder if they are capable of a bad song. Stream it below and find the previously released a-side “Castigadas en el Granero” here.

Song : NZCA LINES : “New Atmosphere”

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I’m excited to share this first track from NZCA LINES material i’ve been working on since the last release. New Atmosphere is an introduction to the world these new tracks inhabit. It’s a love song from the perspective of scientists terraforming a planet, and your own fantasy when you meet someone for the first time. – Michael Lovett

London’s Michael Lovett, known under the name NZCA LINES, has a new limited edition 7″ (also available digitally) on the way via Moshi Moshi Singles Club on December 9th December. The a-side is the synth-heavy, pounding “New Atmosphere”. The track has a spacey new explorer vibe where you feel like you are embarking on a journey encountering some undiscovered terrain in the future. It is prime for repeat plays. Listen below.