Swedish/Australian twin sisters Say Lou Lou have covered one of our favorite tracks, Tame Impala’s incredible “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards”. The cover is a nice flip to the original, giving the track a more minimalist, romantic feel.
Laurel Halo is releasing her new album Chance Of Rain next month on Hyperdub. A teaser of the album comes in the form of the trippy new track “Ainnome”. Get weird with it.
In a surprising twist for Madonna fans, the queen of pop covered Elliott Smith’s classic track “Between the Bars” last night in Manhattan at Gagosian Gallery. The result is unexpectedly awesome.
We’re getting back into rock n roll today thanks to Brooklyn’s Honduras. “Voices” has reminded us that the age old genre isn’t dead after all. Check these guys out before they blow up big time!
Honduras – Voices from Sarah Ginsburg on Vimeo.
WET are a Brooklyn-based trio who make some seriously sultry r&b influenced jams. They’re new ep is out October 15 on Neon Gold. Check out “No Lie” below.
Planningtorock has transformed “Full of Fire” from The Knife into this amazing new single, aptly titled “Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You And Me”. The Berlin-based multi-faceted artist also directed the accompanying video. Check it out below.
“Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You And Me (Planningtorock Rework)” is out October 15 via Rabid / Brille / Mute Records.
Electro R&B chanteuse Jessy Lanza has covered the Phyllis Nelson’s 1984 cut “Move Closer” and the result is staggeringly beautiful.
Also check out “Keep Moving”, taken from the lp Pull My Hair Back, out now on Hyperdub.