Toronto duo Beliefs are set to release their self-titled debut LP in March next year via No Pain In Pop in Europe, Manimal in the US and Hand Drawn Dracula in Canada. Yesterday the first track from the album, "Catch My Breath", was unveiled. Check out the video for it below.
Syron released her debut single "Breaking", one my favourite pop singles this year, a couple months back and today she unveiled a new track titled "Waterproof", produced by Huxley. "Waterproof" isn't an official single like "Breaking", but her second single "Here" is due early next year. While "Waterproof" isn't as immediately catchy as "Breaking" it's an excellent tune and further proof that Syron will be one to watch in the future.
We've previously posted Philadelphia-based "sex pop" band Night Panther's two first tracks "Snudge" and "Fever" and now they've unveiled their very first video, for "Fever". The video was made by the band itself and they've gone and made a gangster movie of it, stretching the four minute song into a almost twelve minutes long video. Watch it below (it's definitely NSFW).
Canadian folk singer-songwriter Hayden will release his new album Us Alone on February 19 next year via Arts & Crafts, and it'll be his first since 2009's excellent The Place Where We Lived. Today the first track from the album was unveiled and you can listen to the beautiful "Old Dreams" below.
We've previously posted Tame Impala's new single "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards", taken from Lonerism, as well as Young Dreams' cover of the track. Now it's time for Memory Tapes' remix of it as well, which you can listen to below. Besides the aforementioned tracks a remix by Madlib is also included on the single release, which is due on December 17 via Modular.
Brooklynites Beach Fossils are set to release their second LP Clash The Truth, the follow-up to 2010's debut LP Beach Fossils and last year's What A Pleasure EP, on February 19 via Captured Tracks. Yesterday the first track from it, "Careless", was unveiled and you can stream it below - or grab an mp3 of it.
It's been little over a month since Earl Sweatshirt unveiled his comeback single "Chum" and now he's unveiled the video for "Chum" as well as revealed the title for his upcoming record. The LP will be called Doris and it's due via Tan Cressida/Columbia Records. Check out the video for "Chum" below, directed by Hiro Murai and featuring Earl floating around - plus there's some huge toads. Enjoy.
Memory Tapes is set to release his new LP Grace/Confusion on Carpark Records tomorrow and we've previously posted the excellent "Sheila" and "Neighborhood Watch" from it. Earlier this week the full album was premiered online and now you can listen to it below.