As a long fan of Joel Ford’s wide array of musical projects and collaborations (Games, Ford & Lopatin, Ejecta, Airbird) I am really stoked to hear this killer new track under his own name. “Breathe” features Ejecta on vocals and is taken from the forthcoming album Fugitive, due early 2015.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Underworld’s landmark album dubnobasswithmyheadman, a newly remastered version has been put together along with a 5-disc deluxe version that features countless rarities, like the previously unheard demo “Birdman”. Who wants to buy this for me?
dubnobasswithmyheadman (remastered) is out October 6 via underworldlive.
A welcome return from Aphex Twin after a 13 year hiatus, “Minipops 67 [120.2][source field mix] is his first track in all that time. The single is taken from the new album Syro, due 9/23 on Warp.
Originally written for Rihanna, Grimes has released this epic video for the one-off single “Go”. The track finds her reteaming with her “Phone Sex” collaborator Blood Diamonds.
We’re refusing to let summer go so fast and the new Peaking Lights single is helping us with that cause. This beach-friendly jam finds the LA duo having more fun than on any previous recording. Give “Breakdown” a spin below and enjoy the last few weeks of sun.
Cosmic Logic is out October 7 on Weird World.
Caribou has released the second single and title track from his upcoming fifth album Our Love. The track is a transcendent, late-night dance opus that has us growing more and more excited for the new record. Get lost in it below.
The Our Love lp is out October 7 on Merge.
Brooklyn synth pop band Lemonade are back with the new LP Minus Tide, due September 9 on Cascine. Over the summer they’ve been releasing a string of tracks from the album, the latest of which is the wonderfully sunkissed “Come Down Softly”.