Premiere: Stream New Song “Mirror Woods” from Creeping Pink

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Lo-fi bedroom producer Creeping Pink recently announced his debut LP, Mirror Woods, will be out on July 13th via Castle Face Records, the label founded by Thee Oh Sees’ John Dwyer. Characterizing his sound as “tape glam”, he creates soothing sounds that harnesses both organic and electronic elements. Label head Dwyer calls the album “a fog of memories caught in the sun-flakes settling in the forest” he was “taken” with after one listen, although he warns “one listen is not enough” to really hear all of the “glittering gems woven into these tunes.” Having previously revealed song “Come Into My World,” we have the album’s title track for your ears. The track is a brilliant combination of noise and traditional pop construction bringing the listener on an audible journey. Find it below.

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Premiere: Listen to filous’ New Song “Shaded In” Featuring Jordan Leser

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Having garnered massive attention with remixes for the likes of Jose Gonzales, Kodaline, and Damien Jurado among others, 18-year-old Austrian producer filous is setting out on his own with debut EP, Dawn. Out July 17th via Good Life Music and comprised of 5 songs, he has already revealed the title track and “How Hard I Try.” Today, we have another song from the EP, “Shaded In,” featuring Australian singer Jordan Léser.

The track plays through as an audible interpretation of skying above majestic landscapes. It also has a distinct orchestral feel to it structure, which makes sense for a music prodigy who taught himself taught himself to play more than 20 instruments beginning at age 10. Listen below and pre-order the EP here.

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Stream Four Tet’s New Album Morning/Evening

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While Four Tet’s new album is not is not scheduled to drop until July 10th physically, he has decided to put it up for download and streaming on his Bandcamp. Titled Morning/Evening, the album only consists of two tracks, however they both run around 20 minutes in duration. Listen below.

Listen to The Chemical Brothers New Song With St. Vincent “Under Neon Lights”

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July 17th will mark the release of The Chemical Brothers ninth studio album, Born in the Echoes, via Astralwerks. The album features collaborations with Beck, Cate Le Bon, Ali Love, Q-tip, and St. Vincent. The latter collab we have for you today “Under Neon Lights”. With the song, we can’t help but hear a electronic Talking Heads or LCD Soundsystem influence. Spin it below.

Watch Sylvan Esso and Flock of Dimes Cover Crowded House and Gillian Welch

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The A.VV Club’s Undercover web series is one of our favorites going. For those not familiar, each season, a slew of artists go into their studio choosing to cover a song from a list of options. After a song is selected, it cannot be covered again for that season. The latest episode is a collaboration of sorts between Sylvan Esso and Flock of Dimes (aka Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak). In it, they assist each other in covering an all-time favorite of ours, Crowded House’s “Don’t Dream It’s Over”, and Gillian Welch’s gorgeous “Everything Is Free” both found below. In addition to the video, Partisan Records is releasing the covers as a part of a split 7″ available for pre-order here.

Premiere: Watch New Video for “Pasadena” from Pompeya

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While you don’t necessarily think of warm beaches sparkling underneath sunshine when speaking of Russia, Moscow trio Pompeya creates music that does just that. Last month, the released their sophomore LP, Real, courtesy of No Shame indebted to the new-wave dance rock of the ’80s. One of the highlights from the album, “Pasadena”. The band explains of the song, “While we were in Pasadena only once in our lives, the meaning of the place is like so many others. You have an idea of what a place is, and create a new context for it with your imagination. The name sounds romantic, almost cinematic. Again, completely removed from what the place itself may be in reality…. We’ve created our own romantic reality in its place.”

We are happy to have the visual for the song directed by Josh Forbes. In it, the old story of the teenager standing on the outside of the popular kids is told once more with a unusual twist. However, you soon find out that we are never alone no matter how different we think we really are. Watch below.

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Listen to EZTV’s New Song “Soft Tension”

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Brooklyn trio EZTV have their forthcoming debut album, Calling Out, out on July 10th through Captured Tracks. Today, they unveiled the ’70s throwback cut from it “Soft Tension” channeling their inner Big Star. It follows the previously released songs “Dust In The Sky” and “Trampoline”. Listen below.

Tour Dates:
June 17 – Toronto, ON @ The Garrison (NXNE)
June 18 – Toronto, ON @ The Garrison (NXNE)
June 19 – Montreal, QC @ L’escografie
June 20 – Northampton, MA @ 13th Floor Lounge
June 21 – New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge *
June 23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Baby’s All Right #
July 4 – Austin, TX @ Red 7 (Outside) ^
July 5 – Dallas, TX @ Club Dada ^
July 6 – New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jack’s ^
July 7 – Atlanta, GA @ The Earl ^
July 8 – Raleigh, NC @ Neptune’s Parlor
July 9 – Asheville, NC @ New Mountain Theatre ^
July 10 – Indianapolis, IN @ Joyful Noise Records ^
July 11 – Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Tavern
July 12 – Chicago, IL @ West Fest
July 23 – Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool (Record Release Show) $

* with Christopher Owens of Girls
# with No Joy
^ with Jacco Gardner, Dinner
$ with Nude Beach, Mercury Girls