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We've got a fine selection for you this week, from the dreamy return of Beach House, all the way through to the important message found in Blood Orange's 'Do You See My Skin Through The Flames?'. If you can't find something you like below, you've probably landed on this website by accident. [read more]
It would be a shame to make this all about Rihanna, but we're going to. HOLY HELL, WHAT A MUSIC VIDEO. As Aimee Cliff noted on popular social media tool, "Twitter", "sometimes women make music videos and they're not feminist manifestos or guides on how be good humans they're just videos and they're cool." Preach. [read more]
Both fortunately and unfortunately, the music industry is not blind and neither are we, so we've had a rummage through what The 405 photographers have been viewing with their eyeballs via a plethora of snaps and picked what we think are the prettiest of the crop. [read more]
Hey, if you thought last quarter was a good quarter for albums then get ready to alter your opinion drastically. It's all about this quarter. What with the likes of noisemakers HEALTH, actual rockstars Foals, and the fast-rising talent that is Skylar Spence (fka Saint Pepsi) set to release albums in the coming three months, this quarter is gonna be the quarter to end all quarters. [read more]
We're lucky enough to have a lot of photographer friends who wade bravely behind the scenes and into live shows with some of our favourite artists right now. Sometimes they meet artists in fun places like in the park or a nice coffee shop and take photos there. [read more]
It's out this September via Harvest Records. [read more]
The excellent Dylan Nolte spent some time with Kathryn Joseph in London for our latest Behind The Scenes feature. Check out the full gallery right here. [read more]
From straight-up "live" performances by the artists themselves and more fragmented versions, vignettes of imagery to suit the song, to definitively directed actual short films soundtracked by a song, music videos are now more varied than they ever have been. [read more]
Anthems for Doomed Youth is due out on September 4th.
Director Matt Eastman ventures through the trippy world of '80s-addled animation on his new project.
He also has announced a name change to ¬ b (alt L + b) after Pattern of Excel is released.
Watching the band wrestle with and ultimately tame this song is a pretty mesmerising experience.
We're not messing around for volume 9; we know the weekend only has so many hours and we don't want reading this list to replicate the overlong browse through Netflix. Sticking to the theme, this w...
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