Let’s watch Bing & Ruth‘s stunning new video for “The How of it Sped“. The song is off David Moore‘s upcoming LP No Home of the Mind, due out February 17th via 4AD. Moore started Bing & Ruth in 2006, and while it’s always been an ensemble project, progressive recordings have found the minimalist composer/pianist paring the group down from […]Read more ›
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Watch Bing & Ruth’s “Starwood Choker” Video: Bing & Ruth will return next year with their No Home of the Mind LP, due out via 4AD on February 17th. Director Sébastien Cros returns to provide this hypnogogic video for the record’s lead track, “Starwood Chocker“. Impressionistic imagery of a wooded bower sets the mood here, with an ethereal female protagonist […]Read more ›
Watch Merchandise’s “Crystal Cage” Video: Merchandise released their A Corpse Wired For Sound LP via 4AD this past September. The recent effort found the band stripped back to core members Carson Cox (vocals, electronics), Dave Vassalotti (guitar, electronics) and Pat Brady (bass). Recorded in a studio in Rosà, Italy, as well as at home in some of Cox’s various outposts […]Read more ›
Tour News: Deerhunter Announce Fall US Tour: Deerhunter will hit the road for a month-long tour of North America this coming Fall. Look for the band to play seventeen US cities in October, including headline shows in San Francisco and New York. Performing as a 6-piece, the group will include core members Bradford Cox, Lockett Pundt, Moses Archuleta and Josh […]Read more ›
U.S. Girls recently released this video for “New Age Thriller“, a track off Meg Remy‘s excellent 2015 LP Half Free (4AD). Directed, shot, and edited by Ross Turnbull, and featuring “the shadow” of Remy herself–as well as a host of other Turnbulls–this track’s cryptic reprisals are met by tense, often abstracted imagery. Remy warns, “When the nighttime falls/you’re left to […]Read more ›
Experimental electronic composer Tim Hecker will release his upcoming LP Love Streams on April 8th via 4AD. Recorded throughout 2014 and 2015 at Greenhouse Studios in Reykjavik, Iceland, where parts of his albums Virgins and Ravedeath, 1972 were tracked, the LP was also recorded with Virgins‘ collaborators Kara-Lis Coverdale and Grímur Helgason. Hecker’s fascination with 15th Century choral scores led […]Read more ›
Today U.S. Girls‘ Meg Remy announced an extensive list of tour dates beginning this March, as well as posting a brand new video for her Tony Price produced track “Navy & Cream“–from 2015’s Half Free (4AD) LP. The visuals are directed by animator and artist Emily Pelstring, and she composites her simple but evocative line drawings of flowers over sometimes […]Read more ›