Thee Oh Sees excellent LP A Weird Exits is out now on Castle Face Records, and today we check out the band’s new video for the album track, “Dead Man’s Gun“. Directed by Matt Yoka, longtime video collaborator with Ty Segall, as well as a frequent contributor to VICE, this new offering really gets at the track’s nervous, itchy energy […]Read more ›
The Album Leaf‘s excellent upcoming LP Between Waves comes out Friday, August 26th on Relapse Records, and in anticipation of the release you can stream the album in full now via NPR’s First Listen. Meticulously crafted, Jimmy LaValle and company have distilled their sound too its essence–a perfect blend of uplifting melody and minimal electronics. Between Waves is the group’s […]
Takahiro Mukai is a prolific Japanese electronic musician and composer, and over the last two years the artist has released a slew of cassettes on labels like Altered States Tapes, Auditory Field Theory, and Dionysian Tapes–to name just a few. Recently, Mukai’s 6-track release Silver Dust Bells came to our attention. Out this year on Timm Mason‘s Masters Chemical Society […]
Sometimes you fall down the rabbit hole and there’s a real rabbit on the other end…Brooklyn-based producer Max Ravitz makes stripped down house and techno under the moniker Patricia, as well as playing in groups like Inhalants, Masks, and Black Mold–to name a few. The Chicago-born musician’s recent offering on Opal Tapes, 2015’s Bem Inventory–the follow-up to his breakthrough record, […]
The Orb will release their 16th studio album COW / Chill Out, World! on October 14th via Kompakt. While the duo’s Alex Paterson calls the upcoming record “a protest album in reverse”, sonic partner Thomas Fehlmann further iterates, “We didn’t intend to rehash old chill out vibes. On the contrary. It’s the 21st century and it seems like a good […]
Take a listen to the first installment from Live Eye Tv’s Mix Series, featuring tracks from Derivatives, Prostitutes, Bary Center, Boy Harsher, and more! With all the great music coming our way from around the world, we decided to hand some of our favorite tracks over to our very own DJ Alter, to see what he would come up with. […]
Jerrilynn Patton, aka Jlin, is an electronic producer from Gary, Indiana, and her 2015 LP Dark Energy (Planet Mu) was one of our favorite albums of last year. The musician returns this week with a new track for Adult Swim‘s Singles Program called “Downtown“, and its a further demonstration of her ability to transcend the genres of footwork and juke […]
Mass Gothic will release their Sup Goth digital EP on August 5th via Sub Pop. While this is a follow-up to the pair’s 2016 self-titled LP, the upcoming release is the first that Noel Heroux and Jessica Zambri recorded together. In talking about the EP, Heroux explains: “I followed my previously usually-ignored instinct to allow the noise and color in […]
Frank & Tony have a new EP out this month, Under The Jaguar Sun (Scissor And Thread), and today we preview the record’s sultry burner, “Difficult Loves“. Francis Harris and Anthony Collins are masters at distilling house down to its most evocative essentials, and this B-side lead track is no exception. Long chiming pads resonate into the ether, while a […]
Floating Points will release their new EP Kuiper (Luaka Bop/PLUTO) on July 22nd and today we preview the B-side, “For Marmish Part II“. In discussing his track, the UK-based electronic musician Sam Shepherd explains, ” …”For Marmish Part II” is carbon dated by my singing voice. I can’t get that high anymore! It was recorded way before “For Marmish” on […]
Thee Oh Sees will release their upcoming LP A Weird Exits on September 12th via Castle Face Records, and in anticipation of the upcoming record we have this big ‘ol batch of tour dates to whet your proverbial whistle. John Dwyer and crew are excellent live, so if the band is coming your way, don’t miss it! In addition, the […]
Thee Oh Sees excellent LP A Weird Exits is out now on Castle Face Records, and today we check out the band’s new video for the album track, “Dead Man’s...
Takahiro Mukai is a prolific Japanese electronic musician and composer, and over the last two years the artist has released a slew of cassettes on labels like Altered States...
The Album Leaf‘s excellent upcoming LP Between Waves comes out Friday, August 26th on Relapse Records, and in anticipation of the release you can stream the album in...
- Tour News: The Album Leaf Announces Upcoming Tour Dates
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- Tour News: Thee Oh Sees Upcoming US & EU 2016 Tour Dates
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- Photos: Wild Nothing Live @ The Crocodile In Seattle
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- Photos: Jessy Lanza Live @ The Neptune Theater In Seattle
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- Photos: Junior Boys Live @ The Neptune Theater In Seattle
Junior Boys kicked off the west coast leg of their US tour last night at The Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA. The...March 12, 2016 at 3:53 pm
Watch Lorelle Meets the Obsolete perform “What’s Holding You” at the Chop Suey in Seattle, WA. LIVE EYE TV caught up with the band on May 28th as they toured...
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Chicago rapper Taylor Bennett, brother of Chance the Rapper, was interviewed this week by the producer Kensaye on his Ness Radio show. Bennett discusses his early days rapping...
- Interview: Veronique Allaer Discusses Her Pop-Punk Trio Leggy
After an “accidental tumble off of a fire escape” led to a broken hip, guitarist and vocalist Veronique...January 26, 2016 at 4:41 pm
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The Ohio-based singer/songwriter Tim Korenich has just released his new LP, What A Weird Thing. Earlier this year...November 4, 2015 at 10:45 am
The Body‘s No One Deserves Happiness LP is out now on Thrill Jockey, and today they posted this new video for the album’s final track, “The Mythic Arc“. Chip King and Lee Buford are masters at juxtaposing extreme sonic brutality with unsettling beauty, and this track, with vocals from Chrissy Wolpert of The Assembly of Light Choir, is no exception. […]Read more ›
London-based electronic duo patten is getting set to release their Ψ LP on September 16th via Warp, and in anticipation of the new record they have this video for their track “Dialler“. The visuals are directed by Jane Eastlight, as part of the 555-5555 collective. A long-time visual collaborator with patten, Eastlight and the producer have now, also, joined musical […]Read more ›
VIOLENCE is the interdisciplinary project of producer/multi-instrumentalist Olin Caprison, and on August 26th the multi-media artist will release his A Ruse Of Power LP via NON. The label, run by Chino Amobi, and fellow producers ANGEL-HO and Nkisi, seems like the perfect home Caprison’s challenging new work. NON bills itself as, “a collective of African artists, and of the diaspora, […]Read more ›
Hailing from the hills of West Virginia, Tim Browning & the Widowmakers play whiskey-soaked rock with their guitars on fire. The band’s new 8-track LP, Bad Intentions, is a self-released affair and today we check out the album’s hard-driving cut, “Gasoline“. Throughout the record, Browning, and fellow guitarists Jordan McCown and Beevare Jeffrey conjure an incendiary brand of 70’s rock […]Read more ›
Who Are U.S. is an audio/visual collaboration between the experimental musician Thollem McDonas and photographer/videographer ACVilla. We first became acquainted with the pair this past April with the release of Thollem’s Machine In the Ghost LP via Personal Archives–an album that he says is, “dedicated to (but not necessarily about) John Trudell, Black Lives Matter, and Rick Bennett“. At that […]Read more ›
Symbion Project is the work of Seattle-based electronic musician Kasson Crooker, and on September 9th he will release his eighth studio album, Arcadian (Speed of Dark Music). Featuring downtempo, beat-driven arrangements, and Crooker’s poetic take on escapism and engagement in the 21st century, the upcoming album also finds him collaborating with a host of musicians/vocalists ranging in style including Seattle’s […]Read more ›