Over the last two months since Underworld released “I Exhale”, the first single from their long-awaited new album Barbara Barbara, we face a shining future, the song has subliminally bubbled up on me and now I’m sort of obsessed with it. At first slightly off-putting, the repetitious rhythm here is what hooks you. After multiple listens it really becomes unshakeable, a quality that made the pioneering electronic duo the stuff of legend.
Barbara Barbara, we face a shining future is available here.
London-based, Greek dream pop outfit Plastic Flowers will release their second album Heavenly next month. “Mary (Del)” is the beautifully somber new single, a track that grabs you with its hazy, very nostalgic feel.
Brooklyn dream pop band Beverly offer up a third new track from their forthcoming sophomore album The Blue Swell. “Contact” is anchored by a driving drum beat and expansive, swirling guitars, but it really explodes with the chorus where Drew Citron pleads – “I need to understand!”
Phillie band Sheer Mag just keep knocking it out of the park with their brand of no-fuss, straight forward rock n roll. Check out the video for their latest gem “Nobody’s Baby”, taken from the new ep III.
ICYMI, the ep’s first single “Can’t Stop Fighting” ain’t half bad either.
Watch the stunning new video for ANOHNI‘s “Drone Bomb Me”, featuring Naomi Campbell. The track is taken from the forthcoming “album to watch” Hopelessness, which features production from Oneohtrix Point Never and Hudson Mohawke.
“Body Work” is the dreamy new single from Brooklyn experimental dance-pop producer Negative Gemini. The track is taken from her upcoming debut album, due later this year on 100% Electronica, the label she co-founded with George Clanton. Let’s get deep.
Vancouver’s Ashley Shadow has long been a staple in the indie music scene, having played bass for The Organ, as well as stints with Pink Mountaintops, The Cave Singers, Bonnie “Prince” Billy and more. Now she steps out on her own with her self-titled debut. Stream two stunning tracks from the forthcoming album below.