Shamir shares video for ‘Darker’ + named First Rdio Global Artist To Watch

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Yes! Shamir has been named the First Rdio Global Artist To Watch for May! He has created some personally curated playlists for Rdio which you can listen to now.
Shamir’s Artist To Watch Picks: http://rd.io/x/QU1bKTOTTCo/
Shamir’s Current Favourites Playlist: http://rd.io/x/QU1bKTOTTNs/

To celebrate, Shamir has also shared his video for ‘Darker.’ ‘Darker’ is a change of pace from his bouncy singles ‘On The Regular‘ and ‘Call It Off,’ and showcases the Las Vegas native’s more spiritual side: “It doesn’t get darker, unless you expect it to.” In the music video, Shamir is alone in the Joshua Tree desert, singing as night magically turns into day into night again. Anthony Sylvester, who directed the video, used high-flying drones to film the entire performance.

Watch the video below.

‘Darker’, ‘Call It Off’ and ‘On The Regular’ are all tracks from his debut album out next Friday! Pre-order the album here.

Last week Shamir launched his very own relationship hotline: 1-844-4SHAMIR. Inspired by his single ‘Call It Off,’ a song about busting yourself out of a bad relationship, Shamir will provide free advice for all your relationship needs. Watch the hotline’s official promotional video here.

East India Youth shares video for ‘Beaming White’

The incredible East India Youth have revealed a new video for Beaming White.

The clip features East India Youth trapped inside a car being surrounded by mysterious strangers. Watch the clip below.

The track comes from his second album ‘Culture Of Volume’ which is out now via XL Recordings / Remote Control. The album has received some killer reviews, check out this killer 5 star one from The Guardian here.

Introducing Love Migrate

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Welcome Love Migrate to the Flightless and Remote Control family! The band are a Melbourne 5 piece who have released a stunning track ‘Pippa’s In The Highlands.’

The song is devoted to the loss of love and the anxieties that arise from it. They have announced an EP ‘Shimmer Through The Night’ our Friday 22nd of May.

‘Shimmer Through The Night’ was sporadically recorded throughout 2014, in warehouses and bedrooms within Melbourne’s northern suburbs. These songs are a stepping stone to the band’s next long player, to be recorded in Aireys Inlet over the coming months. The EP a collection of songs that once again displays the band’s maturity, diversity and pop-sensibilities.

Have a listen to Pippa’s In The Highlands below.

Happy Release Day to Palma Violets

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Woooo! Palma Violets’ second album ‘Danger In The Club’ is out today!

NME gave the rocking album an 8/10. Have a read of their review here.

The band last week shared their video for ‘English Tongue.’ See if you can spot a Game of Throne star hiding in the clip.

They are also coming down to Australia in July to play the sold out Splendour In The Grass and a few sideshows with the Vaccines! Grab your tickets here.

 

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard release Quarters! today

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Yes! A happy release day to King Gizz who have released their 6th LP today. The incredible album which contains 4 tracks, all 10 minutes and 10 seconds long, is available for purchase via iTunes.

Listen to their latest track from the album ‘The River.’

To celebrate the band have curated their own music festival, Gizzfest. The Melbourne leg of the shows is on this weekend. For details head to the band’s Facebook page here.

 

Jeremy Neale shares video for ‘Hold On Together’

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Our pal Jeremy Neale has shared his brand new vid for ‘Hold On Together’ with the help of Fasterlouder.

Jeremy spoke about the video and said why wanted to create an awkward clip. “I saw this amazing video of Mireille Matthieu and Patrick Duffy performing their song “Together We’re Strong” on an 80s variety show and it was just so incredibly awkward that I wanted us to have a go at something similar. I sent the example to the director Jennifer Embelton and she sent mentioned framing it from a film crews’ perspective ie. “I’ve Told Every Little Star” from Mulholland Drive.”

“After a bunch of excited brainstorming and Jen being a total ace director, here’s what we ended up with. You can’t even tell I’d dislocated my knee the day before and had to stand on one leg for most of the shots. That’s the magic of cinema y’see. I hope you enjoy it!”

Watch the video below.

The track is out now via Dot Dash / Remote Control Records and you can grab it on iTunes or listen to the banger on all good streaming services.