“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.
“Every Song” by ON AN ON, from the fantastic album Give In. The Minneapolis/Chicago trio are also excited to announce Summer tour dates, including a west coast run with Sweden’s Junip. Look for the band at upcoming festivals Iceland Airwaves and Bonnaroo.
New York-based folker Sam Amidon‘s new long player, “Bright Sunny South”, is now up for advanced listening on Pitchfork Advance. The perenially-overlooked Amidon’s upcoming release takes some off of the rough edges of his previous work, but this doesn’t come at the expense of his identity; this is still the same off-beat artist we’ve come to know.
There are several unforeseen turns throughout, but Amidon has found a buildup that makes for a deliciously pertinent release.