Here is ‘Waste of Time’, by MØ, a new single that I would call anything but what the title suggests. The Danish artist just signed to RCA Victor/Chess Club Records and promised to release her debut album soon. Karen Marie Ørsted will be playing around Europe all Summer, so if you’re around don’t think twice – the lady is incredible on stage.
Great day for new music. Here’s the latest from The Dodos, from their new album “Carrier” (out August 27), the follow-up to 2011′s No Color. The track is called “Confidence” and will be released as a digital single on May 21. The album was heavily influenced by the death of Christopher Reimer, who joined the band in 2011. He was an inspiration to the band that led them to exploring more tones and sounds when writing the songs on “Carrier”.
Synth Pop-rockers The Naked and Famous will release their Remixes and B-Sides album on May 20th which includes this juicy collaboration with fellow New-Zealanders Kids of 88. “A Source Of Light” is the re-workings of their originally released track “The Source”. It is remixed, renewed and a welcomed interlude after a long band hiatus.
“Mosquito by Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the title track from the new album.
The video features the vaguely scary CGI insect that already appeared in the album cover, feeding off someone’s hand in what looks like a Skype call with a kid. This would all sound very weird if it wasn’t the Yeah Yeah Yeahs…
As though you’ve placed the viewer of a kaleidoscope to your eye, pressed play and manually shifted the nifty gadget – Alpine‘s official music video for “Gasoline” explores a whirl of pastel hues created through dancers’ bodies. By forming strong beautiful lines that whip through the song, it’s a fluid fantasia of choreographed and creative shapes, simply glorious.
‘A IS FOR ALPINE’ arrives May 21st.. Click click!