c’è molta curiosità intorno a Nepenthe , il secondo album di Julianna Barwick , dopo l’inaspettato affascinante esordio, lo scorso anno, con The Magic Place - in attesa della pubblicazione su Dead Oceans, prevista per il prossimo 20 Agosto, c’è un brano in anteprima:
Julianna Barwick 'Nepenthe' out August 20, 2013 on Dead Oceans.
Julianna Barwick, the ambient vocalist who is able to make beautiful, symphonic clouds out of her voice and a looping pedal, will be releasing her next album Nepenthe August 20th on Dead Oceans. This track from the project is her most straightforward effort yet, including vocal with actual words, but retains the abstract beauty of her earlier work. If this song is a good indicator, Nepenthe will continue to evolve Julianna Barwick's angelic choir to new heights.
Taken from Julianna Barwick 's gorgeous Nepenthe , out August 20 on Dead Oceans .
Here's the second stunning/sweeping single from Julianna Barwick 's upcoming Nepenthe LP, out on August 20 via Dead Oceans . The post listen: Juliana Barwick — "One Half" appeared first on Soft Signal .
Julianna Barwick releases, "One Half", the first single from Nepenthe. Well, it's easy to notice a big change in the new song from Julianna Barwick. Nepenthe's first single, "One Half", features her first...
Califone have announced the release of their next album. Titled Stitches, Dead Oceans will release the album on September 3rd. Listen to the album's title track, featuring Jessie Stein (The Luyas) on vocals....
Chicago indie veterans Califone have been quiet since the band's last release, 2009's All My Friends Are Funeral Singers . But for the first time in the band's 16-year history the newest LP was recorded outside of its native city, hitting the American Southwest for more inspiration. The rugged title track "Stitches" shows a little ware with age, and the recording move shows little changes in subtlety (not just with the desert-themed album cover). Stream the track below and grab Stitches September 3 on Dead Oceans .
Califone 'Stitches' out September 3rd, 2013 on Dead Oceans.
ONE TO WATCH FOR THIS VIDEO - "We wanted to create a darker piece, utilizing locations all over the city of Chicago," writes video Director Ryan Ohm. "Together, I think we created an atmospheric, eerie film that leaves the viewer with a strange sense of uncertainty, not sure how to feel. As DIY oriented filmmakers we embraced the guerilla shooting style, venturing quickly from one location to the next, shooting on the subway on the sly, and digging the adventure the whole time." [...]
We're super excited about the new album, Saltwater coming from Austin-native Brazos later this month. Originally the recording name of Martin Crane, Brazos now features a full band and their sophomore LP (and singles held within it) have gotten a lot of praise thus far, and for good reason. The music plays like an emotional memoir, embracing lonely feelings and featuring Crane's search within himself. Saltwater is currently streaming over at SPIN and will be released May 28th via Dead Oceans. Check out the new alluring video for "Charm" below, and [...]
Saltwater out May 28, 2013 on Dead Oceans.
Brazos have released a new video for "Charm" from their forthcoming album, Saltwater. The video was directed by Josh Chertoff. Chertoff says of the video, "'Charm,' to me, is about moments passing and...
Julianna Barwick has announced Nepenthe, her third full-length album, which was recorded in Reykjavík, Iceland, in the dark cold days of February. Nepenthe will be released August 20th on Dead Oceans. Watch the...
The totally amazing track playing in the background is "Forever." Nepenthe is out Aug 20th on Dead Oceans.
Here's a new slow-building hymn from Julianna Barwick , taken from her forthcoming, long-teased Nepenthe LP. " Forever " is as lush and soothing as we've come to expect from Barwick, aligned perfectly after her excellent Pacing single and giving a pretty good idea of what's to come when the record arrives in August via her new home at Dead Oceans . The post listen: Julianna Barwick — "Forever" appeared first on Soft Signal .
Taken from Julianna Barwick 's Nepenthe , out August 20 on Dead Oceans .
A Place To Bury Strangers have a prolific work ethic – they’re already working on album number four. Keep in mind it’s been barely a year since their last LP ‘Worship’ and just weeks since we got our hands on their new EP ‘Strange Moon’. The seven track release sees APBS cover the work of Oregon-based garage rock band Dead Moon . EP cut ‘I’m Wise’ gives you an idea of what to expect, this is a stripped back, raw APBS. The rough edges are a perfect fit. A Place To Bury Strangers [...]