Hotly-tipped Filipino producer/vocalist and XL’s latest signee, Eyedress (aka Idris Vicuña) has just released his fantastic debut EP titled ‘Supernatural’. The four-track effort was recorded on Fruity Loops in Eyedress’ bedroom on a PC laptop handed down to him by his father. You can find it on iTunes here, and stream it below. Enjoy.
London psych-rockers TOY are streaming their new album, ‘Join The Dots’, in full one week ahead of its official release date (December 9 through Heavenly Recordings). The 11-track record follows little more than a year on from their self-titled debut, and was again recorded with south London super-producer and Speedy Wunderground label owner Dan Carey. You can listen to the entire thing below (via).
Norwegian DJ/disco producer Todd Terje has just released a new 12” on his own Olsen Records. “Spiral” and “Q" were originally produced for 2012’s Ekko Festival in Bergen and further expanded upon in the studio afterwards. Listen to both tracks below.
Arcade Fire have released a video for “Afterlife”, a highlight from their recent album Reflektor. Directed by Emily Kai Bock, the eight-minute video moves between color and black-and-white, showing a Spanish-speaking family who have a palpable absence at their dinner table. Watch it below.
British neo-psychedelic band Temples have announced details of their debut album. Entitled ‘Sun Structures’, the record will be released on 10th February via Heavenly Recordings. The 12-track effort was self-produced by the band’s James Bagshaw and mixed by Claudius Mittendorfer. Click below to listen to brand new single ‘Mesmerise’, which precedes the album on 13th January.
Sydney production whiz-kid Flume and bearded electro-soul crooner Chet Faker have announced today that they are releasing an EP together. It’s a three-track project called ‘Lockjaw' and is set to drop on November 25 via Future Classic. You can watch the video for its lead track, “Drop The Game" below.
Toronto-based band Austra have released the video for their new single, “Forgive Me”, taken from their recent album ‘Olympia.’ Frontwoman Katie Stelmanis said in a statement, “A night vision camera captures life in a dark park. Among the hidden corners and leaf-covered hideaways, people purge and absolve their sins through sexual liberation. We highlight a romance between a man and a women who seek forgiveness from each other: the only forgiveness that is of any importance.” Watch the video below.