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Gliss Riffer

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Pre-order Gliss Riffer in any format and receive an instant download of ‘Feel the Lightning' and 'Learning to Relax'. The Gliss Riffer inflatable hand is  over 12” in height ...View 'Gliss Riffer'?

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Why Make Sense?

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Hot Chip will release their sixth album and second for Domino, Why Make Sense?, on 18th May 2015. Recorded in Oxfordshire and London and produced ...View 'Why Make Sense?'?

 
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PATRICK WATSON SHARES VIDEO FOR "PLACES YOU WILL GO"; 'LOVE SONGS FOR ROBOTS' STREAMING VIA NPR'S FIRST LISTEN

Patrick Watson | 05/05/15

With Love Songs For Robots being released next week, Patrick Watson has shared the new video for Places You Will Go’ and you can watch it now.

DUCKTAILS ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM 'ST. CATHERINE'; STREAM NEW TRACK 'HEADBANGING IN THE MIRROR' NOW

Ducktails | 05/05/15

Unfurling out of Los Angeles this July comes St. Catherine, Matt Mondanile’s fifth outing as Ducktails. The new album emerges from the roots of Mondanile's previous work, from the free-form, ambient bedroom experiments of seminal underground release Landscapes (2009), to 2013's eighties pop re-imagination The Flower Lane, but ultimately moves Ducktails on to a more refined, personal and sincere place. Stream the first track from St. Catherine, Headbanging In The Mirror, now.

DIRTY PROJECTORS

With Swing Lo Magellan, David Longstreth shows he really doesn't know how to do the same thing twice. This time, beyond the aughts-era duality of retromania and neophilia, and beyond his band’s reputation for dizzying, heady innovation, Longstreth has found the beautiful, generous simplicity of the heart and soul. Same as it ever was. And this must be exactly the place where he's planted the seeds for his band's finest album to date.

Where prior DPz albums investigated 20th-century orchestration (The Getty Address), aerated the aesthetics of 80s hardcore and west African guitar music (Rise Above), and explored complex... Read »

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