Monthly Archive: July, 2014

Celebration – Tomorrow’s Here Today (single) (Bella Union)

On August 18, Baltimore’s Celebration return with their new record Albumin (artwork above) – their first since 2010’s acclaimed Electric Tarot: Hello Paradise, and their first for Bella Union. The first single to be released… Continue reading

Zola Blood – Grace (single) (Pond Life)

Zola Blood is the latest signing to Pond Life Songs, the label synonymous with Talk Talk’s 1991 album Laughing Stock and more recently one of our favourite albums of 2014, Quiet Confidence by Liverpool’s avant-pop trio Ninetails (read our… Continue reading

Au Revoir Simone – Somebody Who (NZCA/Lines Remix) (single) (Moshi Moshi Music)

  Last autumn, Brooklyn electronic dream pop act Au Revoir Simone released their fourth album Move in Spectrums (read our review), their first album in four years, which quickly garnered acclaim across the… Continue reading

Creange – Le Soleil (single) (self-released)

We have very few details about French producer Creange (full name: Michael Creange) except that after having produced almost a dozen remixes, including remixes of Darkside, Tove Lo, and Niki and The Dove,… Continue reading

Ásgeir – Was There Nothing? (single) (One Little Indian)

Following the release of his widely acclaimed debut English language album – a Sound Advice favourite of 2013 – In The Silence (read our review), Icelandic sensation Ásgeir is set to release Was… Continue reading

Fractures – Won’t Win (single) (self-released)

Australia’s Mark Zito pka Fractures recently released the single Won’t Win – the lead single from the upcoming self-titled EP – which made the top ten on Hype Machine. The upcoming Fractures EP… Continue reading