Could this be the production Azealia worked on with Disclosure? It sure bears their signature. Either way, most blogs are suggesting it's her best track since "212".
“Following their acclaimed breakout LP in 2011, Stockholm’s Korallreven join Cascine to release their sophomore album, Second Comin’, which surrounds…”
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Stockholm duo Korallreven have joined the Cascine label to follow-up their 2011 breakout LP. Modular Magazine
finds the first single "set against a hyper pop landscape, gathering washes of melodic arpeggios and Far East influences."
Soon getting the deluxe treatment is Angel Olsen's excellent release from earlier this year, Burn Your Fire No Witness. Of the album's new bonus tracks, the tender "All Right Now" is among this week's most-blogged.
“Con Multi-Streaming” raccogliamo una selezione di novità della giornata riguardanti artisti italiani e internazionali a cui non abbiamo dato spazio…”
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Self-described "astro-beat" Toronto trio Absolutely Free are making strides toward their forthcoming debut LP. Stereogum
is reminded of Caribou’s Andorra
"or an especially floaty incarnation of Tame Impala."
Sole British artist on FlyLo's Brainfeeder label, UK producer Lapalux shares a 3-part, 7-minute opus that Nialler9
describes as "moving from hazed synths and blunted beats into a jazzy soul twilight passage," before it all converges on the outro.
This week's album premiere is Shallow
by Montreal-based artist Sea Oleena.
As for interesting reads, try another one about Aphex Twin (this time, an interview).
Thanks for listening!
- Dave & Team Hype Machine