Last week, Punch Brothers and Watchhouse joined together onstage, playing a cover of the Sufjan Stevens song “Mystery of Love.” Bandleader Chris Thile announced that the two bands, joined by Sarah Jarosz, would be doing an acoustic tour. The shows begin on July 27th; more information here.
The Soft Hills (singer/songwriter Garett Hobba) will release the album Viva Chi Vede via Black Spring Records on July 22nd. “Tea Time” is the first single off of the album, with a charming, traveling circus inspired video that pairs nicely with the psych-pop vibe of the single.
Arca has remixed one of Laurie Anderson’s most famous tracks, “Big Science.” Available on Nonesuch’s site.
Out today is a remix by Moor Mother of Divide and Dissolve’s instrumental “Mental Gymnastics,” with added spoken word imagining a better, more inclusive future.
Today the Icelandic duo Hugar released their video for “Enigma.” Featuring previously unseen footage by Woody Valuska, it previews The Vasulka Effect: Music from the Motion Picture, out October 2nd on Sony Music Masterworks.
Black Marble (Chris Stewart) will release his third album, Bigger Than Life, on Sacred Bones Records this Friday, October 25th. Stewart leans on synth-pop sounds and styles heavily, but the music sounds freshly earnest and eminently tuneful rather than merely derivative. Check out standout songs “One Eye Open” and “Feels,” and then stream the rest,Continue reading “Black Marble – “Feels” (Video)”
Joe Henry’s new album The Gospel According to Water is out November 15 on earMusic.
This week, Low released a video for “Rome, Always in the Dark,” one of the tracks off of their new Sub Pop recording Double Negative (released yesterday). On Double Negative, Low, probably best known for its work as one of the premier slowcore bands, moves their music closer to an aesthetic involving deconstruction and electroacoustic elements. One saw glimmersContinue reading “Low – “Rome (Always in the Dark)” (Video)”
In 2017, Canadian songstress Tamara Lindeman released her fourth record under the name Weather Station.
Neosho’s latest video, “Time Traveler,” is part of the composition process itself. Using an Ableton patch that responds to visual images as part of the arrangement, they have created dizzying audio and video. Programming isn’t all that’s there however; there are also jocular vocals and a sax solo that could be teleported from the mid-80s.Continue reading “Neosho – Fun With Ableton (YouTube)”