Archive for June, 2011

The day is finally upon us!  Tonight we get to see Junior Boys live at XOYO and to help get us in the mood, here is an interview that they did for PlayGround.

Read it HERE.

This is the video for Psychologist’s new track “Out, Damned Spot,” which is taken from his next EP ‘Propeller’ which shall be released on 27th July.  The rather unsettling nature of the video reflects the slightly darker direction his music has taken with this track.

To coincide with the release of Memory Tapes’ new album ‘Player Piano,’ The Quietus have an excellent feature with Dayve Hawk, aka Memory Tapes, which includes a track-by-track guide to the album and a stream of the record.

Read it HERE.

YACHT Utopia / Dystopia (The Earth Is On Fire) from DFA Records on Vimeo.

This is YACHT’s incredible new video for ‘Utopia / Dystopia (The Earth Is On Fire).’  We think you’ll agree that it is certainly one of the most spectacular videos of the year so far!

One thing that we know about Vondelpark is that we really don’t know much about him.  But, we don’t mind as long as he keeps making beautiful tracks like this.

We really can’t get enough of Junior Boys over here.  But, when the album is as good as it is and great remixes keep coming through, why we should we ever grow tired of them?  This remix of ‘A Truly Happy Ending’ comes from Dutch electronic producers Keljet.

Junior Boys - A Truly Happy Ending (Keljet Remix) by keljet



Watch this preview of Baxter Dury’s upcoming album ‘Happy Soup,’ where Dury talks about what has inspired the album, the themes that he explores within the record and his inspirations.  He also provides us with a few personal stories about growing up and his first performances, and demonstrates what an engaging and interesting character he is.

Summer has officially started!  And, to celebrate Paste have shared their top 10 tracks for the Summer which, quite rightly, includes Givers’ ‘Up Up Up.’  Read the full article here.

Ghostly Presents: Gold Panda from Ghostly International on Vimeo.

Gold Panda talks to Ghostly about touring, playing live and his hopes for the ext album.  He also drinks tea out of a glass, but we won’t hold it against him.

We’re always happy to see bands receive international acclaim, so it was great to see French magazine Staragora talk positively about Baxter Dury’s new record ‘Happy Soup.’  The article is in French and you can read it here.