The legends The Babe Rainbow have shared their latest quirky single ‘Ash May And Dr Lovewisdom.’ Have a listen to it below.
The song has come from their self titled EP which they are printing on baby pink 10 inch vinyl! You can pre-order it here. To celebrate the EP the band are heading on an East Coast tour hitting up Brisbane, Coolangatta, Bondi, Manly, Miranda, Sydney, Ballarat and Melbourne! Phew! Learn more about the shows through their facebook here.
Yes! 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 their new album Stuff Like That There on Friday 28 August via Matador Records / Remote Control Records.
The trio of Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley and James McNew now return as a quartet, reuniting with former member Dave Schramm on electric guitar as they revisit the original concept of their beloved Fakebook (a mix of cover songs, “covers” of Yo La Tengo songs, and brand new originals) on its 25th anniversary. This unprecedented live set-up – Ira on acoustic guitar, Georgia up-front on a small kit, and James on upright bass – marks the first occasion of this particular Yo La Tengo incarnation touring together (and since it took them 31 years to get around to doing so, could very well also be the last).
Listen to the re-record of ‘Deeper Into Movies’ below
Algiers self titled debut LP is out today via Matador / Remote Control Records.
Have a listen to Irony Utility Pretext their latest single which is a genre bending deep track.
Algiers comprises singer/guitarist Franklin James Fisher (deemed “one of the most powerfully guttural vocalists in rock today” by SPIN), guitarist Lee Tesche, and bassist Ryan Mahan. From the militant stomp of ‘Remains’ to Fisher’s commanding presence on the gospel no wave blowout ‘Black Eunuch,’ Algiers channels righteous fury into an incisive, innovative assault that Noisey has described as “intense…right on the beat of the current cultural climate”and we completely agree!
Woohoo! SOAK’s debut album Before We Forgot How To Dream is out today!
Bridie has been a rising star in her hometown of Derry since the age of 14, when a chance uploading of the ‘Sea Creatures’ demo to the BBC Introducing playlist saw A&R board the next flight over and park up outside the Monds-Watson’s household. Yet SOAK rushed into nothing, instead splitting her time between studies, the local skate-park and daunting early shows (such as opening Derry’s tenure as City of Culture hours before a GCSE exam).
Things moved forward last year, when Bridie teamed up with CHVRCHES for their launch of a singles label, toured with George Ezra and Tegan & Sara, before signing a deal with Rough Trade the same summer most of her friends got their A-Level results. Recently she played three special shows in Melbourne and Sydney. Read a review of her Melbourne show here.
She’s made quite a few fans as well – have a read of this review from a six year old called Erin.
Big congrats to Jamie xx for releasing his debut solo LP today! In Colour is out now. The album has been triple j feature album all week. The album features several collaborations from his bandmates from The xx amongst many others.
Have a listen to the latest single from the album ‘I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times) ft. Young Thug & Popcaan’ below.