Gainesville, FL-based producer Michael Maleki, aka Kodak to Graph, has released a new track, entitled “Rakshasa,” featuring lovely vocals from Monsoonsiren. The track is part of the producer’s collaborative efforts with Bad Panda Records to release a new single for every month of 2013. Stream and download below.
Portland based duo Pure Bathing culture have announced the release of their debut full-length. Moon Tides comes out on August 19th via Memphis Industries (August 20th in the U.S. courtesy of Partisan Records). Along with this announcement, they have also shared the album’s first single, “Pendulum,” which you can stream and download below.
Australian up-and-coming producer Charles Murdoch, who also happens to be a member of the indie-pop outfit Mitzi, is gearing up to release his debut EP in July on Future Classic. In his short career to date Charles has been handpicked to support TEED, Nicolas Jaar, Shlohmo and he’ll be supporting Lapalux and Cashmere Cat at the Sydney Opera House for Vivid Live on May 25. Below, check out the first taste from the EP, the dreamy “No Lungs”.
On May 14, Polyvinyl will be releasing Wampire’s debut full-length, Curiosity, produced by Unknown Mortal Orchestra bassist Jacob Portrait. We’ve already heard “The Hearse” and “Spirit Forest” ; now listen to album cut “Trains” below, and download it here. From what we have heard so far, this album is shaping up to be something special.
Montreal-based “music project and performance event” and frequent Grimes collaborator Devon Walsh, aka Majical Cloudz has released another new song from his highly anticipated debut album, Impersonator, which drops on May 27 via Matador Records. “Bugs Don’t Buzz” follows previously shared track “Childhood’s End,” which was released back in March. You can stream “Bugs Don’t Buzz” below, and download it here.
Australian-born London-based rising star George Maple is giving away a gorgeous new track entitled “OPST,” featured on Annie Mac’s “Free Music Monday” series. Maple is currently working on her debut album with the likes of Bondax, Two Inch Punch, Juk Juk and Snakehips. Stream and download the track below.