Little Dragon has shared the third single “Let Go,” from their fourth upcoming album Nabuma Rubberband.
As lead singer Yukimi Nagano explains, the new album has a different feel to previous Little Dragon albums. “When you put some of Janet [Jackson]’s really slow stuff on you feel like you’re floating. That feeling really influenced me and maybe that’s why there are quite a lot of slow jams on the record. The intention was about whatever we felt strongly about.” Nabuma Rubberband will be in stores on May 13th via Loma Vista Recordings.
After recently opening for Charli XCX, Bastille and The Neighbourhood, Brooklyn-based trio Little Daylight will play Los Angeles tonight at the Troubadour with Terraplane Sun and Flagship as part of The Three Of Clubs Tour.
The group has also revealed the video for their new single “Siren Call,” the first taste from their debut album Hello Memory (out Summer 2014 via Capitol Records). The track showcases a darker side of the Brooklyn trio’s electronic and pop elements by incorporating a heavy bass line, atmospheric guitar riffs, and a frenetic tempo to their synth melodies, while lead singer Nikki Taylor harnesses both bold and whispering vocals.
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After the release of the stunning Pulsing EP last month, Tomas Barfod has announced his new album, Love Me, for release on June 10th via Secretly Canadian. And now, Barfod is excited to reveal the newest single from the record, “Busy Baby.” Once again paired with frequent collaborator and musical kindred sprit Nina K, Barfod weaves pumping house-influenced production around Nina K’s yearning vocal melody. Listen to the new track below.
Woodsist Fest has announced its second year at Pappy & Harriet’s in Pioneertown, CA featuring McCombs Skiffle Band (a Cass McCombs-fronted supergroup), Woods, Foxygen, Fresh & Onlys, Peaking Lights, Kevin Morby, Little Wings, Skygreen Leopards, Matt Kivel, Blazer Sound System and a rare performance from psych-folk legends Amps For Christ.
Tickets will be available on 4/25 at Noon PST at folkyeah.com and woodsist.com.
Sky Ferreira has revealed a new video for her latest single, “I Blame Myself,” off her full-length debut Night Time, My Time (Capitol Records).
The clip was filmed earlier this month in Los Angeles by Grant Singer, who has directed Ferreira’s last six videos as well as clips for Melody’s Echo Chamber, The Soft Moon and DIIV. Ferreira explains, “I had so much fun shooting this video in Compton because I got to work with director Grant Singer again. All the clothes in the video are from SSENSE and it was hard to pick what to wear since they have so many of my favorite designers.” Check out the video above.
TONIGHT: Join us for a great show at the Lyric Theatre with local bands Flowerglass, Maxim Ludwig, StaG, and Ed Ghost Tucker. Doors open at 9pm and tickets are $10 online and at the door. Click here to buy presale tickets.
Introducing Kadhja Bonet (pronounced Kad-yah Bo-nay), a new up and coming artist out of Los Angeles. Bonet’s debut single, “Tears For Lamont,” is her first release leading up to a full length album to be released later this year. The debut track has a classic sound with flowing orchestration and an iconic vocal line that floats on top of this dreamy arrangement. Listen below, and stay tuned for more.
Norwegian DJ and producer extraordinaire Todd Terje has released a new music video from his debut full-length It’s Album Timereleased on the artist’s own Olsen Records.
The video for the track “Leisure Suit Preben” introduces the character of Preben himself: a singer, dancer, and party animal from Carl Berners plass, Oslo. Directed by Espen Friberg & Emil Høgset, and starring Edvard Tidemann as Preben, the video follows his (mis)adventures on one fateful evening.
In The Valley Below have announced the upcoming release of their Man Girl EP, which will be released via Capitol/Caroline on May 6th. To mark the occasion, the band has released a remix of their track “Peaches” by Kele Okereke, along with the announcement of a month-long LA residency at The Echo every Monday night in May.