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Bat for Lashes shares spooky video for Sunday Love watch
May 27, 2016 10:37am | Cosequence Of Sound
Bat for Lashess forthcoming album The Bride tells the sad tale of a woman who loses her fiancé to a car crash on the day of their wedding. In her previous video for “In God’s House”, we saw Natasha Khan’s bride character coming to terms with the death of her loved one, and now the story continues.
In her latest clip, this time for “Sunday Love”, the bride wanders about the same California desert before encountering a random leather jacket-clad man on the road. Together, they both stumble upon some freaky flying saucers, which leads to big trouble.
The visual was co-directed by John De Menil and can be seen above. The Bride, the follow-up to 2012s The Haunted Man, is due out July 1st via Echo Label Limited/Parlophone.
Five Notable Releases of the Week (5/27/16)
May 27, 2016 10:25am | Brooklyn Vegan
This week's Notable Releases include The Hotelier, Hesitation Wounds, SAVAK, and more. What was your favorite release of the week?
Just kidding! Morrissey now says hes playing Riot Fest
May 27, 2016 10:00am | Cosequence Of Sound
Well, that didn’t take long. Earlier this week, Morrissey said that, despite an official lineup announcement, he wasn’t scheduled to perform at Riot Fest Chicago. Today, a new posting on his unofficial official website True To You says that The Smiths frontman is now indeed a go for the September festival.
Morrissey is confirmed to headline the Chicago Riot Fest on Saturday, September 17,” the post reads. It’s also accompanied by the below picture of Bruce Lee kicking a light. I guess it means this is all kickass news?
Morrissey is no stranger to canceling tours and concerts, so this is an interesting turn of events which should make his punk rock friends at Riot Fest happy. That is, if he actually shows.
Morrissey joins an already impressive lineup of Ween, Social Distortion, Death Cab For Cutie, Brand New, NAS, Deftones, and Death Grips. It all goes down September 16th 18th at Douglas Park.
Gucci Mane drops First Day Out Tha Feds one day after being released from prison
May 27, 2016 9:56am | Fact Magazine
Gucci Mane was prolific in jail, and he’s dropping music with rapid speed now that he’s out.
Yesterday, Gucci Mane was released from Atlanta Federal Penitentiary four months before his sentence was up on the grounds previous time served. Almost immediately after his release, 1017 Records announced new music.
As promised, here is ‘First Day Out Tha Feds’. Mike Will is on production and Gucci sounds more clear-voiced – and remorseful – than ever. It’s part of a larger project of the same name that will be released tonight at, you guessed it, 10:17PM.
Check out the song and the lyrics below
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Gucci Mane First Day Out Tha Feds
May 27, 2016 9:46am | StereoGum
God bless Gucci Mane. Yesterday, the Atlanta rap great came home after two years in prison. And now, less than 24 hours later, we're already hearing the first new song he's recorded since his release. This isn't the first time Gucci has come home from prison and immediately started recording; his classic "First … More »
The Avalanches tease new song Subways via hotline
May 27, 2016 9:45am | Cosequence Of Sound
Earlier this week, The Avalanches released a teaser trailer for Since They Left Us: Whatever Happened to the Avalanches?, a forthcoming documentary that offers insight into the band’s long-awaited follow-up to 2000’s Since I Left You. Now, as one Redditor has pointed out (via Stereogum), new posters promoting the film have been popping up around the city of London, and they contain a very special clue.
At the bottom of these posters is the phone number +44 800 098 8938. When called, a snippet of a brand new song called “Subways” can be heard.
If you want a listen, be prepared to rack up those long distance charges.
There’s no telling when this song or documentary is due to come out, or whether the whole thing is just a promotional gimmick for something bigger like, hey, an actual album (we’ve been fooled before in 2010, 2012, 2013, and 2014, after all). Hints suggest that collaborations with Father John Misty and Ariel Pink, among others, could be in the works and that a new song titled “Frank Sinatra” featuring Danny Brown could drop as soon as later today. Stay tuned.
What we do know for sure is...
Watch Sheer Mag Kill Their TV Debut On Late Night With Seth Meyers
May 27, 2016 9:40am | StereoGum
DIY classic rockers Sheer Mag made their television debut last night on Late Night With Seth Meyers. The quintet shared a pleasant surprise in the III EP in March, and here they ripped through standout track "Nobody's Baby." Philly bands seem to have a simple, but infectious mentality of...
ABC made a sequel to 'The Lexicon of Love' (listen), playing the original in full on tour
May 27, 2016 9:36am | Brooklyn Vegan
I'm a little shocked to be writing this, but The Lexicon of Love II is really good. While Fry is the only remaining member of ABC's original lineup, he crucially got Anne Dudley (Art of Noise) to return for string arrangements which once again gives the songs sweep, swoon and swagger...
Stream Swarming Branch Surreal Number (Stereogum Premiere)
May 27, 2016 9:35am | StereoGum
Sia covers Nat King Coles Unforgettable for Finding Dory listen
May 27, 2016 9:34am | Cosequence Of Sound
A week removed from announcing a world tour, and appearing on Survivor for some reason, the one and only Sia returns with her contribution to the soundtrack for Disney and Pixar’s blockbuster animated sequel, Finding Dory.
It’s a cover of Nat King Cole’s timeless, aptly titled ballad “Unforgettable”, but Sia reworks the thing into a sweeping epic, working with an aura that wouldn’t be out of place in a film by Tim Burton or a James Bond title sequence.
Granted, she already performed the track on Ellen earlier this week, but now you can listen to the official studio cut via Spotify below. The track itself will play over the credits, just as the ushers start cleaning up the baby food.
Finding Dory keeps swimming (just keep swimming) on June 17th. Take the kids!
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Alasdair Roberts & more on 'Refugee' comp (listen)
May 27, 2016 9:30am | Brooklyn Vegan
The compilation is due out next week, and also includes music from Linda Thompson, BMX Bandits, and more.
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