The Moms have released a new digital EP titled Blow Me on Paper + Plastick. It features the title track, which will appear on their upcoming full-length debut, along with three B-sides. Stream the title track in the replies.
Theophilus London will release his new EP, Lovers Holiday II, later this year followed by a full album. But, in the meantime, you can head to the replies to check out a preview of a new track titled "Do Girls" which is credited as being "arranged" by Kanye West.
Hear a new Matter song titled "Famine" in the replies. There's 9 days left in their IndieGoGo, which is 75% funded - donate, because this band could be great. In case you missed it, check out "A Voice", which we premiered last month - recommended for fans of Thrice, Defeater, and 10 Years.
Bombay Bicycle Club played a special live session on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show last night where they played 9/10 tracks from their forthcoming album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, which is released next week ... as well as a few old favourites. Listen to the session here, it starts at 1:01:00.
It's Alright Now
Always Like This
Lights Out, Words Gone
Eyes Off You (Live Debut)
So Long, See You Tomorrow (Live Debut)
In 1998, Elliott recorded some a-cappella vocals for me, specifically to sample and slice-and-dice over beats. They sat on a cassette for 16 years. I just dug it out and completed our collaboration. To be totally clear--this kind of track is exactly what he and I intended to make.