(photo by Alex DiMora)
Earlier today via Dangerous Minds, the latest video from Algiers' forthcoming self-titled debut album, "Black Eunuch" (directed by Lamb & Sea) premiered. DM's Ron Kretch opines that the trio, "combine HOT soul tropes with the loftiest ideals and gnarliest noises of experimental post-punk," concluding that "Black Eunuch", "is a motherfucker and a half, and if this kind of thing doesn’t move you I’m not sure I need to know you." SECONDED.
You can preorder 'Algiers' (available in stores June 1, North America, June 2) direct from the Matador Store on LP, CD … Read more
(photo by Shawn Brackbill)
After subjecting you to a wait that can only be described as cruel, the countdown to the release of Ceremony's new album, 'The L-Shaped Man', is finally over. To mark this joyous occasion, you can catch Ceremony tonight at San Francisco's Vacation (651 Larkin Street) at 8pm. All ages are admitted and it's free (because what kind of monsters charge you money for an instore?)
In addition to to Ceremony's relentless North American touring schedule, their plans for this weekend as as follows :
Friday, May 22: 924 Gilman St., Berkeley CA (w/ Negative A… Read more
Add 'Highlights' to your list/queue and get ready to binge-listen to the album in full at your favorite web destination: tanlinesinternet.com.
The band play at Rough Trade tonight and Bowery Ballroom tomorrow. Both shows are sold out so I hope you got tickets early. More tour dates can be found here. Highlights is officially out May 19th on True Panther Sounds. Pre-order below
(photo by Dave Ma)
HÆLOS' debut Matador release is a digital EP, 'Earth Not Above', available worldwide on June 1 with a 12" version to follow (date TBA) ; the track listing is as follows:
A1. Earth Not Above
A2. Cloud Nine
Starting today, you can download HÆLOS' cover of The Beloved's "The Sun Rising" here, or stream it above.
Upcoming dates, including this weekend's The Great Escape can be found below.
Some things come together immediately. Others… take a little time. HÆLOS – known individually as Arthur Delaney, Dom Goldsmith and Lott
Tanlines Can't Jump by the looks of their new video for single "Pieces." The video premiered earlier today via Funny or Die.
Last week the band gave a sneak peak to their upcoming album 'Highlights' on a conference call hosted by Jesse and Eric and a few special guests. If you did not get a chance to hop on that call, you will have another chance this Wednesday. You will then be able to binge listen to the entire album on the band's world-famous website.
Important reminder that the band will be on tour soon: