Majical Cloudz unveiled a stunning interactive video for their captivating new single, “Love Soul.” Subverting narrative, the video allows the viewer to control the progression of looping scenes, providing a unique experience for each listener. Fans can download and share a mp3 of “Love Soul”, along with original, animated GIFs, directly from the interactive site.
Having tantalised audiences with ‘The Wheel’, ‘Bloodflows’, ‘Tempest’ and ‘Lessons’, SOHN has added the final touches to his debut solo album. Eagerly anticipated, Tremors will receive its release in Australia on Friday 4th April via 4AD / Remote Control.
Tremors is the way in which past traumas, as much as past successes, linger like the aftershocks of an earthquake. Even in the calmest moments its effects continue to reverberate and inform who we become. Throughout the eleven songs that form Tremors runs a sense of the nocturnal – a sensitivity to the darkness and its inhibitions – with London-born SOHN adopting a night-time schedule for an intense period of long nights writing and recording in his Vienna studio. “I wanted Tremors to feel like fresh air,”says SOHN. “There’s something about the way I was working overnight on the album which found its way into the sound. Every night I worked finished with a cold sunrise and a walk home… and to me that’s what Tremors sounds like.”
To coincide with the announcement, SOHN has released a video for album track and forthcoming single ‘Artifice‘. Arguably the melodic heart of Tremors, the song was given its debut airing by Zane Lowe who named ‘Artifice’ his Hottest Record In The World on his BBC Radio 1 show. Watch its accompanying video, directed by Thom Glunt, here.
We are excited to announce EMA‘s new album ‘The Future’s Void’ will be released in Australia on Friday the 4th of April via Matador Records/Remote Control.
Last month the first single ‘Satellites’ was released to rave reviews and garnered Pitchfork‘s Best New Track.
EMA - The Future’s Void
2. So Blonde
7. When She Comes
8. 100 Years
10. Dead Celebrity
Today also sees the debut of the video for ‘Satellites’. The video is a DIY affair from EMA and features tech features which EMA says are either “primitive or sophisticated, depending on your point of view.
Channel V premiered the video for Savages’ track Strife today on air and online. Directed by Antoine Carlier, the video was shot in France and deals with the timeless notion of human physicality and physical expression.
Teeth & Tongue return with new single ‘Good Man’, the first track from their forthcoming album due for release in early 2014.
“I started humming the tune in my head while lurking around Northcote train station last year. At the time I was working on a solo show for the US, using only a drum machine and a synth, so I went home and tried to make it into a song that would stand alone without any other instruments”, says Jess Cornelius.
“I ended up sampling layers of my voice for the rhythmic part, and then triggering the vocals using a foot switch while playing it live. This set-up kind of became a prototype for a lot of the songs I have written recently.”
Teeth & Tongue is the music project of New Zealand born, Melbourne-based musician Jess Cornelius. In 2011 Teeth & Tongue released second album Tambourine though Dot Dash/Remote Control. The Age gave it four stars, The Vine called it “One of the best Australian releases this year”, and the first single ‘Unfamiliar Skirts’ earned an EG Awards nomination for song of the year.