Dot Dash / Remote Control is excited to announce the signing of King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard. In a special partnership with the band’s own label Flightless, the garage rock septet from Melbourne will release their third album Float Along – Fill Your Lungs, on Friday 27 September 2013.
In June the band premiered the first teaser of their upcoming albumvia Mess+Noise. ‘Head On/Pill’ is a roaring freakout jam, a foot stomping attack of guitars, reverb and overdubbed sitar.
Since forming in 2011, King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard have become an influential figurehead in the new psychedelic-garage punk movement that has been flourishing throughout the world and have played alongside artists as diverse as The Drones and Girl Talk.
TRACK LISTING 1. Head On/Pill
2. I’m Not A Man Unless I Have A Woman
3. God Is Calling Me Back Home
4. 30 Past 7
5. Let Me Mend The Past
6. Mystery Jack
7. Pop In My Step
8. Float Along – Fill Your Lungs
King Gizzard And the Lizard Wizard Float Along – Fill Your Lungs is out Friday 27 September via Flightless / Dot Dash.
‘VICTORIA M’ is a Soap opera involving a love triangle and the many characters that are affected by it. Featuring Kirin J. Callinan, Kirin J. Callinan Kirin J. Callinan, Kirin J. Callinan Kirin J. Callinan, Kirin J. Callinan Kirin J. Callinan, Kirin J. Callinan Kirin J. Callinan, Kirin J. Callinan Kirin J. Callian, and Kirin J. Callinan and introducing Kirin J. Callinan with Kirin J. Callinan
Shot and edited by Scott Kiernan. Costumes sourced by Ethan Silverman, Abbey Lee Kershaw, Shibon Kennedy, and Victoria Keddie. Co directed by Kirin J Callinan and Scott Kiernan in New York while on tour.
Kirin wraps up his Australian album launch tour this week playing two shows in Western Australia. Catch Kirin in Perth at The Bakery on Friday 19 July and in Fremantle at Mojo’s on Saturday 20 July.
WATCH AND EMBED THE VIDEO FOR ‘VICTORIA M’ HERE As Premiered By Stereogum
South-east London artist King Krule will release his debut LP 6 Feet Beneath The Moon on Friday 23rd August via XL Recordings / Remote Control.
Listen to first single “Easy, Easy’ below:
As King Krule, 18 year old singer/ producer/ songwriter Archy Marshall has quietly and stealthily crafted a reputation for himself as one of the most raw and startling voices of a new generation. With his unexpectedly deep and mournful baritone tracing fissures of disappointment and social disorientation to devastating effect, Marshall has harnessed the inchoate frustration and fury of youth and translated it into a series of brilliant singles released on the likes of True Panther Sounds and Rinse over the past few years.
Now comes 6 Feet Beneath the Moon, his first full-length on XL Recordings, and with it, the much anticipated unveiling of the full scope and scale of Marshall’s vision. Over the course of 14 tracks, Marshall’s passions and confusions are rubbed raw and laid bare, the only connective tissue throughout it all being one of searing lyrical clarity paired with a confounding musical deftness which utterly belies his tender years.
From the opening clarion call of ‘Easy, Easy’ it is abundantly clear that this is a breathtakingly bold and arresting sonic worldview, as his songs, under the watchful eye of producer Rodaidh McDonald (The XX, Savages, How To Dress Well) open up to become a loose knit meditation on regret and discontent, loss of faith and renewal of hope, and optimism in the face of desperation.
6 Feet Beneath the Moon – released, incidentally on August Friday 23rd, the day before Marshall’s 19th birthday – is the sound of a young man growing up and attempting to grapple with the realities of the world he inhabits, an unsparing dissection of the social decay that has begun to set in around him – and a fascinating, brutal journey it is too.
6 Feet Beneath The Moon track listing
1. Easy Easy
2. Border Line
3. Has This Hit?
4. Foreign 2
6. Baby Blue
8. A Lizard State
9. Will I Come
10. Ocean Bed
11. Neptune Estate
12. The Krockadile
13. Out Getting Ribs
14. Bathed in Grey
King Krule – 6 Feet Beneath The Moon is out Friday August 23rd via XL Recordings / Remote Control
Depending on what state of mind you find him in, Willis Earl Beal will tell you that Nobody knows. is his debut album or the natural follow up to Acousmatic Sorcery.
Willis Earl Beal shares ambient soul cut “Everything unwinds.” from his upcoming album Nobody knows.. While his last full-length Acousmatic Sorcery was an exercise in true experimentation — he recorded it on a karaoke machine with all found instruments — he’s gone a more traditional route this time and the results are just as good. Check it out below.
Nobody Knows. Track listing 1. Wavering Lines
2. Coming Through (featuring Chan Marshall)
3. Everything unwinds.
4. Burning Bridges
6. Too Dry Too Cry
7. What’s the deal?
8. Ain’t Got No Love
9. White Noise
10. Hole In The Roof
11. Blue Escape
12. Nobody knows.
13. The Flow
Nobody Knows is out on XL Recordings/Remote Control in Australia on Friday the 6th of September.
Belle & Sebastian have announced the release of ‘The Third Eye Centre’ – a collection of rarities, collectibles and non-LP tracks from the last decade – on 26th August on Rough Trade Records/Remote Control in Australia. The album will be available to buy on CD, download and as a double heavyweight vinyl in deluxe heavy gatefold packaging.
All tracks on the album are B-sides and offcuts taken from the period when the band recorded their last three albums – 2003′s ‘Dear Catastrophe Waitress’, 2006′s ‘The Life Pursuit’ and 2010′s ‘Write About Love’.
The album includes one brand new track ‘Your Cover’s Blown (Miaoux Miaoux Remix)’, which is available to listen to online now:
The tracklisting to ‘The Third Eye Centre’ is as follows:
‘I’m A Cuckoo (Avalanches Remix)’
‘Love On The March’
‘Your Cover’s Blown (Miaoux Miaoux Remix)’
‘I Took A Long Hard Look’
‘Heaven In The Afternoon’
‘Long Black Scarf’
‘The Eighth Station Of The Cross Kebab House’
‘I Didn’t See It Coming (Richard X Mix)’
‘(I Believe In) Travellin’ Light’
‘Stop, Look And Listen’
‘Desperation Made A Fool Of Me’
‘Blue Eyes Of A Millionaire’
‘Meat And Potatoes’
‘The Life Pursuit’
Body/Head are electric guitar duo Kim Gordon (CKM, Sonic Youth, Free Kitten, etc.) and Bill Nace (X.O.4, Vampire Belt, Ceylon Mange, etc.). The pair began working together in various loose formats a few years ago, but the Body/Head concept evolved more specifically in early 2012.
Initially their approach was almost entirely instrumental — lattices of interwoven feedback rainbows, with bits recalling everyone from Heldon to Keiji Haino. They usually performed against a backdrop of slow-motion film projection, creating a dream narrative of undeniable power and visionary reach. Kim’s voice began creeping into the mix soon after, and the vocals now have become an intrinsic part of their musical architecture. They have even started writing and playing “songs” now, compositionally distinct from their purely aleatory origins, but still featuring lots of built-in improvisational space.
Body/Head have also worked with guest artists since their inception. An early session with Michael Morley of The Dead C resulted in the Body/Gate/Head LP ‘Glare Luring Yo’, and live collaborations with Ikue Mori. Ikue has been focusing on electronics as her primary instrument in the decades since the end of her groundbreaking trio DNA, but Kim was able to talk her into trying drums again, and the results have been astounding. Ikue’s percussion grounds the spirals of guitar and vocals with its strong central pulse, allowing everybody to achieve greater heights of musical/visual disorientation.
Body/Head have thus far recorded a single for Dennis Tyfuss’ Ultra Eczama Editions, a tour EP for Nace’s own Open Mouth Productions, and released their collaboration with Morley through Feeding Tube Records. Their next release , ‘Coming Apart’, will be issued as a double LP /CD/digital album by Matador Records/Remote Control in Australia on September 6.
Recently Brittany Howard from Alabama Shakes joined the likes of Jim James (My Morning Jacket), John Oates (Hall & Oates), Larry Graham (Sly and the Family Stone, Grand Central Station) and Zigaboo Modeliste (The Meters) for a very special performance known as the Rock & Soul Superjam at Bonnaroo 2013.
The below video is a preview of an eight piece documentary which tells the story of how these extraordinary musicians, most of whom had never played together, performed a two hour set live after only a few days of rehearsal. Each piece of the documentary will showcase one song from the epic Rock & Soul Superjam that took place at Bonnaroo 2013.