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    • Premiere: Ought Mixtape (Beaches Brew Edition)
      On June 1-5, Marina Di Ravenna, Italy will host the fourth edition of Beaches Brew—a free festival featuring the Thee Oh Sees, Viet Cong, Shabazz Palaces, and more. To help get us in an Italian fun and sun frame of mind, we’ve asked several artists playing the fest to make us mixtapes. The next one in our series comes from Ought.
    • Watch: Tame Impala “’Cause I’m a Man” Video
      Tame Impala have released a video for "'Cause I'm a Man." The soulful track is found on the Australian band's upcoming third album, Currents, due out July 17 via Interscope. The abstract computer animated video was directed by WEIRDCORE and seems to show the various facets of a man's adult life, from getting married to a descent […]
    • Why David Letterman Matters
      Although I've never met him, I've spent more time with David Letterman than any man other than my father. For the last 25 years, five nights a week, he has entered my living room for an hour. Knowing that he will never visit again has left me with an almost embarrassing sense of a loss.
    • Why David Letterman Matters
      Although I've never met him, I've spent more time with David Letterman than any man other than my father. For the last 25 years, five nights a week, he has entered my living room for an hour. Knowing that he will never visit again has left me with an almost embarrassing sense of a loss.
    • Listen: Death Cab for Cutie - “Black Sun (Dan Deacon Remix)”
      Death Cab for Cutie's latest album, Kintsugi, is a more straightforward affair production wise when compared to the band's underrated last album (2011's Codes and Keys).
    • Destroyer Announces New Album, “Poison Season,” Shares New Track “Dream Lover”
      Destroyer, aka Dan Bejar, has announced the release of his newest album Poison Season, his first full-length work since 2011's Kaputt. 
    • Check Out Photos of Dead Sara at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles
      On Tuesday, May 19, The Grammy Museum held a conversation and performance with iconic Los Angeles band, Dead Sara.
    • Petite Noir
      Yannick Ilunga is many things. A traveler who splits his time between London, England, and his home in Cape Town. A musician who crafts muted pop full of hypnotic chants, and sinuous, R&B inspired vocals under the name Petite Noir. 
    • When Marnie Was There
      This tender ghost tale from director Hiromasa Yonebayashi is potentially Studio Ghibli's final film.
    • nūmūn
      Johanna Warren's nūmūn is an occasionally non-simpatico mix of timeless pastoral psych à la legends Linda Perhacs and Vashti Bunyan, and '90s Lilith stalwarts such as Natalie Merchant.
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    • Will Young - 85% Proof May 22, 2015
      Soulful versatility with the tunes to match...It's hard to imagine Will Young was especially thrilled when former label RCA opted to conclude a cash-in compilation of his work to date with an execrable cover of 'The Long And Winding Road' in partnership with Gareth Gates and orchestrated by Simon Cowell in the immediate aftermath of their time […]
    • Track Of The Day 22/5 - Waylayers May 22, 2015
      'N2U'Waylayers craft the kind of pop which makes you dream of the future. The East London trio have an artful way with electronic production, a hazy, gauzy recipe just right for summer. New EP 'Re:Verse' is forthcoming, with Waylayers building upon those enticing early cuts. Continually moving forward, the three piece have handed new cut […]
    • Premiere: Table Scraps - 'Bad Feeling' May 22, 2015
      Horror-themed new video...Table Scraps are musically uncompromising. The duo share a taste for gnarly riffs and distortion, an unrelenting combination which screams through in their live shows. The band's debut album arrives on June 5th, with Table Scraps set to release new single 'Bad Feeling' on May 26th. Clash is able to unveil the accompan […]
    • Next Wave #639: Sunflower Bean May 22, 2015
      Desert-scorched psych trio..."We all like Velvet Underground, Black Sabbath, Nirvana - ya know, all the good stuff!" Sunflower Bean's grungy, pyched-out rock patiently stews in maxed out reverb and heavy riffs as they pay homage to their rock 'n' roll gods. Growing up moshing in an underground music scene in Brooklyn, the band stress […]
    • Drenge - 'Running Wild' May 22, 2015
      Directed by Ed Lovelace...Drenge have a ferocious yet uncomplicated sound. Oddly, though, the group tend to translate this into entrancing, powerfully poetic visuals. Clash previously spoke to the duo, asking Drenge to talk us through each of their videos – find that feature HERE. Now, Drenge have unveiled the clip for 'Running Wild'. Directed by E […]
    • Spector - 'Bad Boyfriend' May 22, 2015
      A glimpse into the world of a narcissist...Let's not beat around the bush: Spector's new single 'Bad Boyfriend' is a glimpse into the mind of an utter shit. He's “worse than a bad boyfriend” - he's also a “bad artist”. Narcissism personified, there's something attractive about a hugely contagious pop song probing the nasty […]
    • Premiere: V.C. - 'Brass' May 22, 2015
      Intriguing Finnish newcomer...It's difficult to know where to place V.C. A producer from Finland – itself a country whose dance scene is rarely explored by outsiders – the artist nods towards certain offshoots of techno, as well as niche areas such as Scandinavia's skweee scene. It's a bizarre concoction, but it seems to work. Released new EP […]
    • Little Simz - 'Guess Who' May 22, 2015
      Featuring Josh Arcé, Chuck20, and Tilla...Little Simz recently announced the fourth instalment in her 'Age 101: DROP' series of Eps, with the London artist revealing details of 'Age 101: DROP 4'. Fresh from 'Is This Freedom?', the singer has posted new video 'Guess Who'. A dexterous return, it features Little Simz work […]
    • Drake, Mumford & Sons, The Libertines For Open'er May 22, 2015
      Host of names confirmed...Poland's stunning Open'er festival will return this summer, with a host of names being announced for the Gdynia event. Rapidly becoming known as one of Europe's premiere events, Open'er has secured headline performances from Drake, The Libertines, Kasabian and Mumford & Sons. Alongside this, fans can expect a […]
    • Premiere: Yotto - 'Memento' May 22, 2015
      Forthcoming on Anjunadeep...Yotto hails from Helsinki, a city with a small yet perfectly formed dance scene. Hooking up with Anjunadeep, the producer's style bears comparison to the imprint's mainstays Dusky. Sckly executed and downright funky, Yotto's 'Memento' is part of a two track release due out on Monday (May 25th). First heard […]
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Video of the Day: Sweet Billy Pilgrim ‘Archeology’

Posted by falconi5 on June 16, 2012


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