SebastiAn ‘Love in Motion’ EP including Skrillex and Rustie remix is out today! http://smarturl.it/loveinmotion-new. Release Party ce soir au Petit Social, avec DJ James, Mayer Hawthorne et Sebastian!
Choir of Young Believers, led by Jannis Noya Makrigiannis, garnered an imposing number of accolades in their Danish homeland for a debut full-length. That release, This Is for the White in Your Eyes, signaled the arrival of a powerful new talent, possessed of a fully formed vision, arch compositional ingenuity and a tenor to die for. While White in Your Eyes racked up overwhelmingly positive international press, it can practically be seen as a soft launch for Choir of Young Believers’ masterful Rhine Gold. [Source]
Taken from the upcoming album ‘We Were Drifting On A Sad Song’ (April 9th on Blood and Biscuits). Pre-order here: http://bloodandbiscuits.bigcartel.com/artist/sleep-party-people. Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B006X0FV3C.
[via Djuna Barnes]
In 2010 Scissor Sisters announced their comeback with Invisible Light, a six-minute long, Stuart Price-produced Pet Shop Boys-esque dance comedown featuring Sir Ian McKellen. It was a taster for Night Work, an album that was a critical success but sold only a fraction of what their first two LPs had done. The filtered disco and electro-pop immediacy was still in evidence, but people seemed to have passed caring. All this makes Shady Love – the first single to be taken from their as yet untitled fourth album – all the more surprising. [Source]
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Swedish pop purveyors Miike Snow had music fans of all ilk talking upon the release of their 2009 self-titled debut thanks to its myriad of irresistible electro-dance tracks, but they’ve been quiet about its follow-up until yesterday, when they premiered “Devil’s Work” on BBC’s Radio 1. [Source]
Phenomenal Handclap Band are back! Their forward-thinking, genre-spanning dance party continues on the ambitious new album Form & Control, the follow-up to their acclaimed self-titled debut. PHB’s compelling fusion of international psych rock, soulful pop, and cosmic disco takes things to the next level, and is already drawing comparisons to Blondie, Human League, Roxy Music (Bryan Ferry himself is calling PHB his “favorite new band”) and even Abba (from their long lost collaboration with Conny Plank maybe ?) – the six piece band are brighter, bolder and better than ever before.
A cover version of the Ministry classic industrial dance single. Download at Green Label Sound: http://www.greenlabelsound.com/2011/11/2324/
STOP PRESS! Here is the new music video:
This is a full demo version of the upcoming Madonna single.
[Cover via The Prophet Blog]