M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel have teamed up once again for a new She & Him album. The creatively titled Volume 3 follows in the footsteps of Volume One and Volume Two.
It's out on May 7 through Merge (May 13 through Double Six in the UK and Europe).
The record consists of 11 originals and three covers , and features contributions from Mike Watt, Tilly and the Wall, Rilo Kiley's Pierre de Reeder, Devotchka's Tom Hagerman, and NRBQ's Joey Spampinato.
01 I've Got Your Number, Son
02 Never Wanted Your Love
03 Baby (written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich, and George Morton)
04 I Could've Been Your Girl
05 Turn to White
06 Somebody Sweet to Talk To
07 Something's Haunting You
09 Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me (written by Ray Noble)
10 Snow Queen
11 Sunday Girl (Blondie cover)
13 Shadow of Love
14. Reprise (I Could've Been Your Girl)
She & Him - Never Wanted Your Love [official audio]
Phoenix have finally shared the full scope of their upcoming record, Bankrupt!. It's out April 23 in the U.S. and April 22 in the UK via Loyaute/Glassnote. Bankrupt! was co-produced by the band and Philippe Zdar.
Watch the video for "Entertainment" after the tracklist.
02 The Real Thing
03 SOS in Bel Air
04 Trying to Be Cool
06 Drakkar Noir
10 Oblique City
Chicago's Smith Westerns are back with the follow-up to their 2011 LP Dye It Blonde. On June 11, they'll release Soft Will, which is out via their new label Mom + Pop. That's the first single from the album, "Varsity", above. It will be released digitally March 12 and on 7" May 14 backed by the B-side "Case & Point".
The album was recorded with producer Chris Coady, who also worked on Dye It Blonde (as well as albums by Beach House, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and TV on the Radio), at Sonic Ranch in El Paso, Texas.
01 3am Spiritual
05 Fool Proof
06 White Oath
07 Only Natural
08 Best Friend
09 Cheer Up
Smith Westerns on Tour:
04-14 Indio, CA - Coachella
04-16 Los Angeles, CA - The Echo
04-21 Indio, CA - Coachella
CocoRosie has announced its full-length followup to 2010's Grey Oceans, titled Tales of a Grass Widow and out May 27 in Europe and the UK via City Slang (in Germany, it's out May 24).
After The Afterlife (3:04)
Tears For Animals (5:19)
Child Bride (4:19)
Broken Chariot (2:15)
End Of Time (3:20)
Harmless Monster (3:08)
Far Away (4:37)
Roots Of My Hair (5:58)
Sparks to release ‘Two Hands One Mouth’ live album, bring show to L.A., San Francisco
Sparks — aka brothers Ron and Russell Mael — this month will release their first-ever live album, a 2CD set called Two Hands One Mouth recorded on their European tour last year that found the duo performing for the first time without a full band or computers — a show they’re bringing to Los Angeles and San Francisco this spring.
The live album, like the shows themselves, find the Maels performing as just a duo, with Ron on keyboards (two hands) and Russell singing (one mouth). The Two Hands One Mouth: Live in Europe live album is set to be released March 18, and the band is now taking pre-orders on its website.
Tracklist: Sparks, Two Hands One Mouth: Live in Europe
1. “Sparks Overture”
2. “Hospitality On Parade”
5. “At Home, At Work, At Play”
6. “Sherlock Holmes”
7. “Good Morning”
8. “Under The Table With Her”
9. “My Baby’s Taking Me Home”
10. “Singing In The Shower”
11. “The Wedding of Jacqueline Kennedy To Russell Mael”
12. Excerpts from THE SEDUCTION OF INGMAR BERGMAN
“I Am Ingmar Bergman”
“Mr. Bergman How Are You?”
“We’ve Got To Turn Him ‘Round”
13. “Dick Around”
14. “Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth”
15. “This Town Ain’t Big Enough For Both Of Us”
16. “The Rhythm Thief”
17. “Suburban Homeboy”
18. “When Do I Get To Sing ‘My Way’”
CD2: THE ENCORE
1. “The Number One Song In Heaven”
2. “Beat The Clock”
3. “Two Hands One Mouth”
Sparks tour dates:
April 9: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA
April 10: The Chapel, San Francisco, CA
April 12: Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Indio, CA
April 16: Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA
April 17: Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA
April 19: Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, Indio, CA
Mount Kimbie will release their new album, Cold Spring Fault Less Youth on May 28 via Warp. It features two collaborations with King Krule-- he sings on "You Took You Time" and "Meter, Pale, Tone".
Check out the album version of the track "Made to Stray" below.
Cold Spring Fault Less Youth:
01 Home Recording
02 You Took Your Time [feat. King Krule]
03 Break Well
04 Blood and Form
05 Made To Stray
06 So Many Times, So Many Ways
07 Lie Near
08 Meter, Pale, Tone [feat. King Krule]
10 Sullen Ground
11 Fall Out
The 1991 self-titled debut from Electronic, the project of Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and New Order singer/guitarist Bernard Sumner, will get a 2xCD remastered reissue via EMI on April 8. The release will include eight previously unreleased tracks, including alternate takes, edits, and instrumentals. This is different bonus material than was included on the 2007 digital reissue of the album.
01 Idiot Country
03 Tighten Up
04 The Patience of a Saint
05 Getting Away With It
08 Get the Message
09 Try All You Want
10 Some Distant Memory
11 Feel Every Beat
01 Disappointed (Stephen Hague 7" Inch Version)
02 Second to None (Edit) *
03 Lean to the Inside (Edit) *
04 Twisted Tenderness (Guitar / Vocal Mix) *
05 Idiot Country Two (12" Version) *
06 Free Will (Edit) *
07 Until the End of Time (Edit) *
08 Feel Every Beat (Edit) *
09 Getting Away With It (Instrumental)
10 Turning Point (Edit) (2012 remaster)
11 Visit Me (Edit) *
12 Twisted Tenderness (Instrumental) *
Renaissance’s The Masters series tends to stick to big room hand-raisers, with Deep Dish, Hernán Cattáneo and James Zabiela all contributing previous instalments. Their latest mixer, though, is a more storied proposition. Francois Kevorkian came up in the early 1980s spinning in legendary spots like Studio 54 and The Paradise Garage. A slew of high profile releases and remixes followed, and he consolidated his hold on the NY house scene in the mid 1990s with the legendary Body & SOUL parties, run alongside Danny Krivit and Joe Claussell.
The 2xCD The Masters set features some familiar friends, including Objekt’s precision engineered ‘Porcupine’ and Blawan’s ’6 To 6 Lick’. A hitherto unheard track from Scuba will also feature. Tuff City Kids, Mike Huckaby, Trevino, Alden Tyrell, Factory Floor and A Made Up Sound all make the cut.
The Masters Pt. 20 will arrive on April 22. Peep below to check out the tracklisting.
01. Jazzanova – I Human featuring Paul Randolph (The Mike Huckaby Jazz Republic Downtempo Mix)
02. Francois K featuring Terry Burrus – Mystical Lady
03. Anton Kubikov – Chords
04. Daniel Avery – Drone Logic (Factory Floor remix)
05. Jeremy Greenspan & Laurie Spiegel – Drums&Drums&Drums
06. Detroit Swindle – Creep
07. Tuff City Kids – Begger
08. Maetrik – Walk Alone (Maceo Plex Revenge Mix)
09. Marcus Worgull & Peter Padeike – Salam
10. Nautiluss – Zero Gravity
11. Scuba – Untitled
12. Locked Groove – Dream Within A Dream
13. Echologist – Buzz Factory
14. A Made Up Sound – Sweetback
15. Blawan – 6 To 6 Lick
16. Objekt – Porcupine
01. Luca Bacchetti – Atlantic
02. Acid Mondays feat. JD73, Shovell The Drum Warrior & Wolfgang Haffner – El Recorrido
03. Michel De Hey vs. Rauwkost – Bluetrain
04. Andre Crom & Martin Dawson – Back To The Future featuring Roland Clark (Flashmob remix)
05. Benny Rodrigues – Nostalgia
06. Technasia – Bastille Days
07. Francois K – Dark Magic
08. Delano Smith – Inspiration (Reconstruction By Makam)
09. Random Audio – The Model
10. Stephen Brown – Fuego
11. Gary Beck – Askaig
12. Adam Beyer & Alan Fitzpatrick (Len Faki remix) – Human Reason
13. Alden Tyrell – Tntus
14. Trevino – Forged
15. Chronophone – Eiffel In Love
Daft Punk's Random Access Memories is out May 21 via Daft Life Limited and Columbia Records. As previously reported, the album features collaborations with the Strokes' Julian Casablancas, Animal Collective's Panda Bear, Pharrell, Paul Williams, Nile Rodgers, Giorgio Moroder, Chilly Gonzales, DJ Falcon, and Todd Edwards.
Random Access Memories:
01 Give Life Back to Music
02 The Game of Love
03 Giorgio by Moroder
05 Instant Crush
06 Lose Yourself to Dance
08 Get Lucky
11 Fragments of Time
12 Doin' It Right
Disclosure Announce Singles EP, Sign to Interscope
Disclosure: The Singles on their new U.S. label home Cherrytree/Interscope. The four-song EP is out April 30.
It features their previously released singles "White Noise" (which features AlunaGeorge), that track's Hudson Mohawke remix, and "Latch" (which features Sam Smith). It's also got a new one, "You & Me", featuring Eliza Doolittle.
Disclosure: The Singles:
01 Latch [ft. Sam Smith]
02 White Noise [ft. AlunaGeorge]
03 You & Me [ft. Eliza Doolittle]
04 White Noise (Hudson Mohawke Remix) [ft. AlunaGeorge]
Camera Obscura will follow up 2009's My Maudlin Career with a new album called Desire Lines out on 4AD on June 4th.
02 This Is Love (Feels Right)
04 William's Heart
05 New Year's Resolution
06 Do It Again
07 Cri Du Coeur
08 Every Weekday
09 Fifth in Line to the Throne
10 I Missed Your Party
11 Break It to You Gently
12 Desire Lines
Mariah Carey's, Sara Bareilles' "The Blessed Unrest" (her new single is titled "Brave"), Jazmine Sullivan's new one and maybe if Gavin DeGraw releases one this year I will definitely be all over that too.
Boards of Canada's new album, Tomorrow's Harvest is out June 10 in the UK and June 11 in the U.S. via Warp.
02 Reach for the Dead
03 White Cyclosa
04 Jacquard Causeway
06 Cold Earth
07 Transmisiones Ferox
08 Sick Times
10 Palace Posy
11 Split Your Infinites
13 Nothing Is Real
15 New Seeds
16 Come to Dust
17 Semena Mertvykh
Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest Transmission (new album June 10/11)
LA disco purveyors Classixx will release their debut album ‘Hanging Gardens’ come May 14th!
Better known for their 2009 break-out single “I’ll Get You’ feat Jeppe with a video directed by The Cobrasnake, the duo have kicked plenty of personal goals with remixes of Passion Pit, Major Lazer and Phoenix with stops globally including Australia’s own Parklife Festival.
The album is looking to be a 12-track-er with features from Active Child, Sarah Chernoff of Superhumanoids, Nancy Whang of LCD Soundsystem and of course Jeppe.
Classixx – Hanging Gardens Tracklisting
1. Hanging Gardens
2. All You’re Waiting For
3. Holding On
4. Rhythm Santa Clara
6. A Fax From The Beach
7. Long Lost
8. A Stranger Love
9. I’ll Get You
11. Jozi’s Fire
First, there was the reissue of their debut LP, Resuscitation, and then the new 7" of covers, all of which gave us the feeling that, yes, Detroit's seminal electro-punk flagbearers in Adult. were gearing up to release their first LP of new material since 2007. And the moment has indeed arrived. The Way Things Fall is scheduled to appear this spring via Ghostly. According to producer Adam Lee Miller, the forthcoming 10-track album is, "the closest [Adult. has] come to writing traditional 'pop' songs, even though we know they are totally mutants." It's anyone's guess exactly what that means, but we're sure as the release date—May 14—approaches, we'll all hopefully have a chance to hear a few examples of the music and gather more clues. For now, Adult. and Ghostly have shared an intriguing little promo video, the album's artwork, and its tracklist, all of which can be found below.
02 Idle (Second Thoughts)
03 Tonight We Fall
04 New Frustration
05 Love Lies
06 At the End of it All
07 Nothing Lasts
08 A Day Like Forever
09 We Will Rest
10 Rise & Fall
London dance-pop wizards will cover Bruce Springsteen
Stuart Price, who produced Pet Shop Boys' upcoming album, told SPIN recently the effort was going to be "a dance record," and "every track is going to have that euphoric, fresh feel to it." The London synth-pop gurus have now announced they'll release Electric, their second album in less than a year, on July 15 via their new x2 imprint through Kobalt Label Services. The duo of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe describes the album as "pretty banging," and the track list, containing eight new songs plus a Bruce Springsteen cover, is below. British singer/rapper Example guests on one track.
Pet Shop Boys have also shared the first song from the new record, "Axis," in the form of a hallucinatory music video. With a repeated "electric energy" vocoder hook atop rubbery synth-pop that could form a bridge between Cerrone and David Guetta, it's definitely euphoric, definitely pretty banging, but after last year's disappointing Elysium, it doesn't exactly allay concerns about songwriting. The raver-friendly visuals include Tron-like flashing lights, an elegant dancing couple, and what look to be the Boys themselves, hidden behind animal heads.
Along with the album will be a global tour, which starts next month in South America and stops through Europe and Asia before toucing down in North America in September and October.
Electric track list:
3. “Love Is a Bourgeois Construct”
5. “Inside a Dream”
6. “The Last to Die” (Bruce Springsteen cover)
7. “Shouting in the Evening”
8. “Thursday” (feat. Example)
“Mighty Real: Greatest Dance Hits” was produced by Tom Cartwright and Chris Clough on Fantasy Records with liner notes written by Gamson, author of “The Fabulous Sylvester: The Legend, The Music, The Seventies in San Francisco.”
The collection will be available across two formats:
• The Single CD edition features 10 previously issued Sylvester tracks plus the brand new dub remix of “Mighty Real” by Ralphi Rosario.
• The Double Pink Vinyl edition features all 11 tracks on two 12” pink vinyl LPs.
• “Mighty Real: Greatest Dance Hits” will also be available digitally.
Deerhunter's new album, Monomania, is out May 7 via 4AD. Recorded at Rare Book Room Studio in Brooklyn with producer Nicolas Vernhes. Bassist Josh Fauver has been replaced by Josh McKay.
01 Neon Junkyard
02 Leather Jacket II
03 The Missing
05 Dream Captain
06 Blue Agent
09 Back to the Middle
12 Punk (La Vie Anté:rieure)
Bradford Cox's late friend Jay Reatard is all over this album. Not a bad thing at all, but a far cry from the Deerhunter fans have grown to love. Which doesn't mean they won't grow to love this Deerhunter. If the dreamy, blissed-out Deerhunter of the past had his head in the clouds, the Deerhunter of Monomania has plummeted to the street.
Neon Junkyard is a great opener that suggests the distortion and feedback of Turn It Up, Faggot and catchy rhythms of Cryptograms, but that sound is often backgrounded to a garage-style punk sound throughout most of the record. About half of the songs here are really hard not to like, the most pop-friendly Deerhunter has ever been. The most accessible of which might be mistaken for the impressive new Strokes material a few unfortunate souls have anticipated for the past decade, and never received. And this is still better that that ever could be. The Missing, Dream Captain, Blue Agent, Sleepwalking, and Back to the Middle could all be very successful summer singles. Yet for some reason, the lead single chosen is the album's title track. Which isn't a bad song, but in some way seems to sum up the point of the album, yet remains one of the less impressive, and harshest sounding tracks. But at least it's fun, which I can't really say for the following Nitebike, which sounds like a Kurt Vile outtake that doesn't go anywhere.
Anyhow, most of this record is fantastic and worth everyone's time. If you haven't enjoyed Deerhunter in the past, you might just find yourself tapping your foot to Monomania, certainly their most fun and least cerebral of albums yet, but still reinforces the band's tendency to release increasingly pop-oriented albums with a mere hint of the noise they once made.
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Freerange Records will release Jimpster's latest album, Porchlight and Rockingchairs, this May.
The LP is Jimpster's first album since Amour in 2006. The seven-year gap between full-lengths, though, certainly doesn't imply the man born Jamie Odell hasn't been keeping busy. As the founder of Freerange, he has a hand in a label with one of the tighter release schedules in the business. His other label project, Delusions of Grandeur, has also been notably active since its founding in 2009. Porchlight and Rockingchairs stands to reflect Odell's life on the move. He found inspiration for the album's 12 tracks in the lonely, hungover hours he spends most weekends at airports on the way home from parties, which he says is where many of his tracks get their start. The album features a vocal collaboration with Swedish singer Jonatan Bäckelie, as well as a new version of Jimpster's recent single "These Times" with Beauty Room member Jinadu.
01. Jasmine Dragon
02. Dance Of The Pharoes
03. Hold My Hand
04. Brought To Bare feat. Jonatan Bäckelie
05. High Wire
07. Wanting You
08. Porchlight and Rockingchairs
09. Cracks In The Pavement
10. Towards The Seer
11. The Glowing Embers
12. These Times feat. Jinadu (LP Version)
Freerange will release Porchlight & Rockingchairs on May 20th, 2013
Maya Jane Coles will release her debut album, Comfort, in June.
The London-based producer's first full-length is heavy on guest vocalists, with appearances from Bristol veteran Tricky, former Hercules & Love Affair member Kim Ann Foxman, Swedish singer Karin Park and electroclash pioneer Miss Kittin. The rest of the package is very much down to Coles: she produced, engineered and mixed the LP, sung on two tracks and designed the sleeve artwork. Comfort will be jointly released through the producer's own I/AM/ME label and Kobalt.
02. Easier To Hide
03. Burning Bright feat. Kim Ann Foxman
05. Blame feat. Nadine Shah
07. Everything feat. Karin Park
08. Fall From Grace feat. Catherine Pockson of Alpines
09. Wait For You feat. Tricky
10. When I'm In Love ft. Thomas Knights
11. Take A Ride ft. Miss Kittin
12. Come Home
I/AM/ME and Kobalt will release Comfort by Maya Janes Coles on June 28th, 2013
Röyksopp have completed the latest installment of the Late Night Tales mix series. The 19-song collection includes the new, original Röyksopp track "Daddy's Groove", Röyksopp's cover of Depeche Mode's "Ice Machine", plus tracks by XTC, This Mortal Coil, Popul Vuh, and more.
And as is the Late Night Tales custom, the mix closes with a spoken word track. This time, it's the actor Benedict Cumberbatch ("Sherlock", Star Trek: Into Darkness) reading the second half of a Simon Cleary story called "Flat of Angles". (The first part was on the Late Night Tales mix curated by Friendly Fires.)
Röyksopp's Late Night Tales is available on June 16.
Listen to a mini-mix of tracks from the compilation, below.
Late Night Tales: Röyksopp:
01 Röyksopp: "Daddy's Groove"
02 Rare Bird: "Passing Through"
03 Little River Band: "The Light Of Day"
04 Tuxedomoon: "In A Manner Of Speaking"
05 Vangelis: "Blade Runner Blues"
06 Röyksopp: "Ice Machine" (Depeche Mode cover)
07 Johann Johannsson: "Adi Et Amo"
08 FR David: "Music"
09 Prelude: "After The Goldrush" (Neil Young cover)
10 Richard Schneider Jnr: "Hello Beach Girls"
11 Acker Bilk: "Stranger On The Shore"
12 Thomas Dolby: "Budapest By Blimp"
13 Byrne & Barnes: "Love You Out Of Your Mind"
14 Andreas Vollenweider: "Hands And Clouds"
15 John Martyn: "Small Hours"
16 XTC: "The Somnambulist"
17 This Mortal Coil: "Till I Can Gain Control Again"
18 Popol Vuh: "Aguirre I" (Lacrime Di Rei)
19 Benedict Cumberbatch: "Flat Of Angles" (part 2)
Late Night Tales: Röyksopp - forthcoming June 2013
Ministry of Sound will release Masterpiece by Carl Craig on June 24th, 2013.
Masterpiece has been divided into three discs. The first disc, Aspiration, is a mix of newer material, and features a sprinkling of Detroit talent—Kyle Hall & Kero, Moodymann, Rick Wilhite and The Egyptian Lover—alongside the likes of Ben Sims, Loco Dice and Tom Trago. Inspiration pulls together some of the music that has influenced Craig down the years, ranging from Muddy Waters and The Temptations through to Prince Jammy, David Lynch, Erykah Badu, Moritz Von Oswald, Kevin Saunderson (as E-Dancer) and Derrick May. The third disc, Meditation, features six previously unreleased tracks produced by Craig himself.
01. Kyle Hall & Kero - Zug Island
02. Macromism - News From Barcelona
03. Huxley - Little Things
04. Burnski - Lost in the Zoo (Martinez Brothers' Bronx Zoo Mix)
05. Loco Dice -Detox
06. Sam Ball - Handsome
07. Maan - L1 (ROD Remix) / tINI - My Shine (Carl Craig Remix)
08. Technasia - Bastille Days
09. 69 - Poi Et Pas (ROD Remix)
10. Arkist - Rendezvous (SCB 2013 Dub)
11. Tom Trago - Use Me Again (Carl Craig Refix Mix)
12. Rick Wilhite - Drum Patterns & Memories (Moodymann Mix)
13. The Egyptian Lover - Egypt Egypt
14. Ben Sims - Straight from Bolivia
15. Lance Desardi - The Power of Suggestion
01. The Messengers - In The Jungle
02. The Temptations - Cloud Nine
03. Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy
04. Prince Jammy - 256k Ram
05. African Head Charge - Crocodile Hand Luggage
06. David Lynch - Noah's Ark
07. Freeway - All My Life
08. Erykah Badu - Fall In Love (Your Funeral)
09. Moritz Von Oswald - Cocoon Dark Dub
10. E-Dancer - Feel The Mood
11. Derrick May - Icon
12. DeBarge - Stay With Me
13. Melody Gardot - Mira
14. Tribe - Livin' In A New Day
01. Carl Craig - Meditation 1 (Version)
02. Carl Craig - Meditation 2 (Version)
03. Carl Craig - Meditation 3 (Version)
04. Carl Craig - Meditation 4 (Version)
05. Carl Craig - Meditation 5 (Version)
06. Carl Craig - Meditation 6 (Version)
No Age return with new album An Object on August 19 in the UK and August 20 in North America through Sub Pop.
01 No Ground
02 I won’t Be Your Generator
03 C’mon Stimmung
05 An Impression
06 Lock Box
07 Running From A-Go-Go
08 My Hands, Birch and Steel
09 Circling With Dizzy
10 A Ceiling Dreams of a Floor
11 Commerce, Comment, Commence
David Lynch is readying his second solo LP following 2011's Crazy Clown Time. The album is called The Big Dream, and it's out July 15 in Europe via Sunday Best and July 16 in the U.S. via Sacred Bones.
The Big Dream features 11 original songs, plus a cover of Bob Dylan's "The Ballad of Hollis Brown". In a press release, Lynch described the music of the album as "modern blues" and said, "Most of the songs start out as a type of blues jam and then we go sideways from there. What comes out is a hybrid, modernized form of low-down blues."
The vinyl edition of the album will come with a bonus 7", which will feature the Lykke Li track on the A-side and an etching hand-inscribed by Lynch on the B-side. The digital version will contain the Lykke Li track as well. Lynch said of Lykke Li in a press release, "She brought her own style to this song, which has a doo-wop sort of thing going on, but in a way it’s far-removed from the 50s."
The Big Dream:
01 The Big Dream
02 Star Dream Girl
03 Last Call
04 Cold Wind Blowin
05 The Ballad of Hollis Brown (Bob Dylan cover)
06 Wishin' Well
07 Say It
08 We Rolled Together
09 Sun Can't Be Seen No More
10 I Want You
11 The Line It Curves
12 Are You Sure
13 I'm Waiting Here [ft. Lykke Li] (bonus track)
AlunaGeorge will release their debut album, Body Music, July 29 (pushed back from July 1 and then July 15). It will be released via Island. The album, which follows last year's You Know You Like It EP, features their singles "Attracting Flies", "Your Drums Your Love", "Just a Touch", and more. The album version of "You Know You Like It" will be released on an EP on July 28 backed by the album track "Bad Idea". Album tracklist below.
The band also has a slate of tour dates coming up; check them out below.
02 You Know You Like It
03 Attracting Flies
04 Your Drums, Your Love
05 Kaleidoscope Love
06 Bad Idea
08 Lost & Found
09 Best Be Believing
11 Just a Touch
12 Body Music
13 Friends to Lovers
14 This Is How We Do It (bonus track)
Factory Floor the London-based band has announced its debut album. The 10-track Factory Floor will be released September 9 in Europe and September 10 in the U.S. through DFA Records, and will include the singles "Fall Back" and "Two Different Ways".
Factory Floor signed to DFA in 2011 to release "Two Different Ways". The band produced and recorded the album in Mono House, their North London warehouse.
01 Turn It Up
02 Here Again
04 Fall Back
06 How You Say
07 Two Different Ways
09 Work Out
10 Breathe In
Snow Dog Records will release Theo Parrish's Black Jazz Signature on August 20th, 2013.
Parrish, who's something of an authority on classic jazz and funk, follows the likes of Gilles Peterson and DJ Mitsu The Beats in overseeing a Black Jazz LP. Set for release on Snow Dog Records, the US selector has picked his favourite Black Jazz records from 1971 through '76. Four of his 12 selections come from Chicago outfit The Awakening. The compilation will be be released digitally, on CD and double-vinyl.
1. Doug Carn – Trance Dance
2. Gene Russell – My Favorite Things
3. The Awakening – March On
4. The Awakening - Convulsions
5. The Awakening - Jupiter
6. Calvin Keys – Criss Cross
7. Rudolph Johnson – The Highest Pleasure
8. Walter Bishop Jr. – Those Who Chant
9. The Awakening - Mirage
10. Calvin Keys – B.E.
11. Rudolph Johnson – Time And Space
12. Walter Bishop Jr. – Blue Bossa
Belle and Sebastian have announced a new compilation collecting the band's B-sides and rarities from the period between Dear Catastrophe Waitress and Write About Love. It's called The Third Eye Centre and it's out August 27 via Matador. Check out a remix of "Your Cover's Blown" by Miaoux Miaoux below. The compilation will also feature the Avalanches' remix of "I'm a Cuckoo".
The Third Eye Centre:
01 I'm a Cuckoo (Avalanches Remix)
02 Suicide Girl
03 Love on the March
04 Last Trip
05 Your Secrets
06 Your Cover's Blown (Miaoux Miaoux Remix)
07 I Took a Long Hard Look
08 Heaven in the Afternoon
09 Long Black Scarf
10 The Eighth Station of the Cross Kebab House
11 I Didn't See it Coming (Richard X Mix)
12 (I Believe in) Travellin' Light
13 Stop, Look and Listen
14 Passion Fruit
15 Desperation Made a Fool of Me
16 Blue Eyes of a Millionaire
17 Mr. Richard
18 Meat and Potatoes
19 The Life Pursuit
Mark September 23 in your diary, kids, because that’s when Danish electronica maestro Trentemoller will make his third album, entitled Lost, available to the world. The product of “endless months of studio isolation”, the album follows acclaimed predecessors Into The Great Wide Yonder and The Last Resort.
A logical extension of his work and, as the official spiel puts it, a “great big fuck you to whatever genre you thought you had him boxed into”, Lost retains the producer’s love of combining ambient and organic sounds with club-ready moves, but avoids falling into the trap of sounding the same as the rest of his work. “People wanted something similar to the last album, but if you’re getting to the point of listening to people and what they think of your sound…Well, that’s not for me,” the producer writes.
Boasting twelve tracks that are said to be more streamlined and structured than the cinematic and sprawling Into The Great Wide Yonder, the album features a bevy of collaborators, from personal influences to burgeoning talent. Just to name a few, we can expect the likes of Kazu Makino from Blonde Redhead, Ghost Society, Low and Jana Hunter from Lower Dens to add their unique touches to the record.
Lost will be released worldwide on September 23, 2013. Check out the full tracklisting below.
01. The Dream (feat. Low)
02. Gravity (feat. Jana Hunter of Lower Dens)
03. Still On Fire
04. Candy Tongue (feat. Marie Fisker)
06. Never Stop Running (feat. Jonny Pierce of The Drums)
07. River Of Life (feat. Ghost Society)
09. Come Undone (feat. Kazu Makino of Blonde Redhead)
10. Deceive (feat. Sune Rose Wagner of The Raveonettes)
It's official: a new Prefab Sprout album will be released this year, on October 7th. The title of the album is Crimson/Red - and yes, that is with the forward slash! It is being released by Icebreaker Records, and distributed by Warner ADA.
The tracklist is as follows:
1. The Best Jewel Thief In The World
2. The List of Impossible Things
4. Grief Built The Taj Mahal
5. Devil Came A Calling
7. The Dreamer
8. The Songs Of Danny Galway
9. The Old Magician
Summer Camp have announced that they will release their eponymously titled second album on 9th September!
Summer Camp are Jeremy Warmsley and Elizabeth Sankey - the "head and the heart" of the band respectively, as they describe themselves. Summer Camp is the follow-up to their debut album Welcome to Condale whose twelve tracks of lushly melodic pop songs garnered crticial acclaim.
Produced by legendary producer Stephen Street (The Smiths, Blur), the result is an eleven-track marvel - a confident, fully-realised body of work.
"Kieran Hebden (a.k.a. Four Tet) will release Beautiful Rewind, his first album of original material since 2010, later this year. Hebden premiered a new single entitled “Kool FM” recently. Moving away from his recent work with atmospherics, Hebden spins together incongruent samples (turntable scratches, spurts of bass, random vocal bits) for an experimental take on a grimy club banger."
Beautiful Rewind Tracklist:
02. Parallel jalebi
03. Our navigation
04. Ba teaches yoga
05. Kool FM
09. Ever never
11. Your body feels
Title track from Omar Souleyman's album produced by Kieran Hebden (Four Tet) out October 22nd (North America / October 21st (Rest of the World) on Ribbon Music. Pre-order the album now on CD/LTD ED LP/CASSETTE and receive an instant MP3 download of this track: http://smarturl.it/wenuwenurbnmart