UNDER THE RADAR: The National – “Born To Beg”.
The National played day one of their two-day collaborative concert at Basilica Hudson in Hudson, New York yesterday. 57 more words
UNDER THE RADAR: Broken Social Scene – “Vanity Pail Kids”.
Broken Social Scene released their first album in seven years, Hug Of Thunder, a couple of weeks ago and now they’ve shared a video for the track “Vanity Pail Kids.” BSS’s Kevin Drew directed the rather strange video, which seems to be a commentary on the music industry via a toilet who’s trying to become a star.
SUPREMELY TRIPPY VISUALS FOR THE DEATH SONG TRACK “I’D KILL FOR HER”.
Nothing says psychedelia like visual trails. Those wavy lines that seem to ripple away from every moving object often diffuse a sense of both wonder and fear. 49 more words
UNDER THE RADAR: Mount Kimbie – “Blue Train Lines” (feat. King Krule).
After a long stretch of silence, the vaporous, way-out UK production duo Mount Kimbie returned earlier this year and they’ve announced the impending release of the new album Love What Survives. 63 more words
UNDER THE RADAR: Alvvays – “In Undertow”
Alvvays have officially announced their sophomore album, Antisocialites, after teasing it a bit last week. It’s the follow-up to their 2014 self-titled debut, and lead single “In Undertow” contains all of the elements that were initially so charming about the Toronto five-piece blown up to fuzzy and dreamy new heights. 30 more words