Yo La Tengo shared a cover of The Cure’s ‘Friday I’m In Love’. The official video was premiered via NPR and shows a global apocalypse captured by Director Jason Wolliner.
Fresh from celebrating their 30th anniversary as one of the most beloved and adventurous bands in rock history, Yo La Tengo announce that they will release Stuff Like That There on Friday 28 August via Matador Records / Remote Control Records.
Palma Violets have shared the official video for current single “On The Beach,” taken from their second album Danger In The Club which was released earlier this year on Rough Trade / Remote Control. The clip was shot on East Wittering Beach in West Sussex and is a nod to Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band’s 1968 performance on the beach in Cannes, France.
On the making of the video, Sam Fryer of the band explains: “Our friend, long-term collaborator and creator of the original Best of Friends video Jim Tobias returned to direct the “On The Beach” video for us. We wanted to create something live, simple, intense and low-grade with a summertime feel, but in a very British and overcast way.”
YES! Ratatat’s forthcoming LP Magnifique is exclusively premiering on Rolling Stone Australia today! Have a listen here.
For MagnifiqueRATATAT returns to their core guitar-driven sound, which they spoke to Spin about in-depth recently. Recorded over the course of the last four years in various studios in different locations including Jamaica (the country), upstate New York, Long Island, NY and their home studio in Brooklyn, the explained the lengthily recording process to to Spin: “Because it’s instrumental music, you can’t just be half-assed with the music and then like, ‘Oh someone will sing on this,’” says Mast. “It makes it a bit more of a challenge.”
We are stoked to announce our set times for our Label of Love party this Sunday at the Shadow Electric in Melbourne! On top of that, our friends Milwaukee banks will be joining us for a DJ set. Tickets are still available to buy here.
Micachu & The Shapes return three years after the release of their last record Never, by almost accident: the trio of friends decided to rehearse in an East London studio, and found themselves immersed into an hours-long jam. Drummer Marc Pell had an Edirol field recorder in hand, and unbeknownst to his bandmates, recorded the whole session; Pell, Mica Levi, and Raisa Khan were so enamored of those off-the-cuff audio experiments that they became the underpinnings of a new record.
The band have just announced the release of their third studio album ‘Good Sad Happy Bad’ is out Friday 11 September. Today the band have shared their first single from the LP ‘Oh Baby’. Have a listen below!
The incredible U.S. Girls aka. Illinois-born and Toronto-based artist Meg Remy, will release her new album ‘Half Free’ via 4AD / Remote Control on Friday 25th September.
The second track to be heard from the album, ‘Woman’s Work’, debuted online, accompanied by another hypnotic video directed and edited by Remy. Following up on the release of the mutant dub of ‘Damn That Valley’ earlier this year, ‘Woman’s Work’ builds further anticipation and intrigue; Remy has delivered a nagging, arpeggio-laced stormer, picking away at the themes of beauty and neurosis, with a video that examines our collective paralysis in the face of ageing. Watch it below.