Comprising a book, album and short film, A New Place 2 Drown is a new multidisciplinary body of work from brothers Jack and Archy Marshall (King Krule.)
A New Place 2 Drown delves even deeper into the brother’s artistic work, drawing further from Jack’s discipline as a visual artist and Archy’s as a musician, to create something inimitable and entirely unique as a result.
A New Place To Drown will be published as a 250-page book plys includes stunning 37-minute, 12-song soundtrack of brand new music from Archy Marshall, released on True Panther Sounds / Remote Control Records. While intended as an absolutely essential companion piece to the book, the soundtrack showcases a different side to Archy’s musical craft, highlighting more evolved electronic production colored with Archy’s poetic verse delivered in his distinct baritone.
Finally, the entire project is then tied together by a short film by Will Robson Scott, which incorporates elements of both the book and the soundtrack to brilliant effect. View the trailer for the film and visit the website to hear tracks from the soundtrack now. Watch the official trailer below!
We are so incredibly excited to announce the signing of Indie-Folk extraordinaires Oh Pep! to the Dot Dash / Remote Control Records family!
Oh Pep!’s indisputably gorgeous debut EP Living is out now!
Oh Pep! (Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs) first met at the Victorian College Of The Arts where they studied Jazz and Classical music respectively. Drawn together by a shared love of traditional music they dived into the international folk world, winning awards at Folk Alliance Australia and flooring audiences at Americana Music Festival and CMJ.
‘Living’ utilises the complexity and artistry of their classical and jazz backgrounds to create their own sparkling take on indie-pop and folk. The EP has already been praised by the likes of NPR (“Filled with magic… one of the most promising voices in Americana”), The Line Of Best Fit, KEXP, KCRW and Canada’s CBC. Have a listen to the single below:
Pencil it into your calendars, on Sunday 22nd November from 8:10PM, 60 Minutes Australia will air an exclusive interview with Adele, followed by an hour-long special TV show ‘Adele at The BBC’.
This week Adele returned to the live stage for the first time in four years, playing a triumphant concert at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. Adele will also perform on Saturday Night Live this weekend in the US.
Watch the latest video for ‘When We Were Young’ performed at The Church Studios.
Le1f, the NYC-based hip-hop artist, has released his KILLER long awaited debut studio album, ‘Riot Boi’ out via Terrible Records / Remote Control Records.
Listen to the latest single ‘Umami / Water’
Le1f will be playing a string of Riot Boi parties in support of the album that include a return to Australia including shows in Brisbane, Perth, Sydney and Sugar Mountain Festival in January. Full tour info and ticket details here via Handsome Tours
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have released their seventh album Paper Mâché Dream Balloon today via Flightless / Remote Control Records. On top of that after selling out two Melbourne shows, the band have announced a third show with Sweden’s Goat at Howler on Sunday 6 December. Phew.
To celebrate the release of Paper Mâché Dream Balloon, The Gizz have shared an absolutely CRAZY video for their latest single ‘Trapdoor.’ Directed by Jason Galea, the video sees the band dressed as ghosts, roaming around a mysterious castle. Watch the video below.
Happy release day to our friends Alabama Shakes! Their second album ‘Sound & Color’ is out today.
The band have been super busy, visiting Australia and killing it at Bluesfest.
Our friends at The Herald Sun had a chat with the band when they were down under and gave their album a whopping 5 stars! Read the interview HERE.
You can also read an incredible review by The Saturday Paper here.
As The Saturday Paper says “Ladies and gentlemen, this is the real thing: real music made by real musicians for right now.”
Watch their incredible live performance on Double J below.