Folk songstress Angel Olsen will release a deluxe edition of her successful album Burn Your Fire for No Witness on November 18. Today she has shared “All Right Now,” one of the album’s five new bonus track. You can also check out her self-directed video for “High and Wild,” below. [Pitchfork]
Jack White looks very dapper and mysterious in his video for Lazaretto track “Would You Fight For My Love.” Directed by Robert Hales, the video was filmed at Denver’s Oxford Hotel, and according to a press release, “conceived and created within 24 hours.” Now that’s impressive. [Pitchfork]
The past couple days have been very busy for The Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas. Just yesterday he released his newest single “Where No Eagles Fly,” and today he’s shared the official music video. It won’t be remembered for being a high-concept or polished video, but it’s still extremely captivating. [CoS]
Seattle’s own experimental hip hop outfit, Shabazz Palaces take on a dark, post-apocalyptic wasteland in their new “#Cake” video. There’s an intense game of chase going on while beautiful, yet terrifying, giants roam the city. Check it out below. [Pitchfork]
On November 11, the star-studded collaborative album Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes will finally be released. The album features unreleased lyrics written by Bob Dylan that date back to 1967. The track “Nothing To It” is lead by My Morning Jacket’s Jim James and also features Mumford and Sons’ Marcus Mumford, andRead more...
English singer-songwriter Johnny Marr calls out our cash-obsessed culture in his video for “Easey Money.” He described the video as, “a ‘high times in low rent England’ kind of thing.” The track is featured on his upcoming album, Playland, which will be released in the US on October 7. [Pitchfork]
Right now you can stream Kimbra‘s entire new album thanks to the folks at NPR. The New Zealand songstress has some serious talent joining her on the album - Matt Bellamy of Muse and Mark Foster of Foster the People - just to name a few. The Golden Echo won’t be officially released until AugustRead more...
British producer Gold Panda has steered into funkier waters with his newest song “Clarke’s Dream.” It’s barely been a year since he released Half of Where You Live, but he’s already hard at work on a follow-up. If this song is any indication, I’d say we’re in for something amazing. [Pitchfork]
We will be featuring an exclusive 9-song session with Spoon, recorded in the KEXP studiob today at noon. Last night, they performed their single “Do You” from They Want My Soul (out tomorrow) on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Watch that below now and tune in to KEXP today at noon for the fullRead more...
TV on the Radio announced their plan to release a sixth studio album titled Seeds,the first since 2011′s Nine Types of Light. According to a press release, Tunde Adebimpe said this album is “1000%, without a doubt, the best thing we’ve ever done.” Check out the Seeds preview below. [CMJ]