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Taken from the new album ‘Deeper Woods’ out on May 11th., Sarah Louise’s new album conjures vivid images of the verdant forest that surrounds her North Carolina home. Steeped in Appalachian folk traditions, Louise’s influences are much broader with shades of psychedelia and experimentalism, pushing her beyond genre constraints. Louise is an avid naturalist and …

With the release of their new album Any Day getting nearer and nearer, The Sea and Cake have unveiled the new records second single, following on from the brilliant title track, called These Falling Arms . It’s usual Sea and Cake fare – beautiful tunes, unassuming vocals and gently shifting accompaniments spiced with these gloriously …

The Sea and Cake have announced a European tour, which will follow the release of their new album, Any Day, out on Thrill Jockey on 11 May 2018. Written and recorded following the departure of bassist Eric Claridge, Any Day is The Sea and Cake’s first album recorded as the trio of Sam Prekop, Archer …

Berlin duo Mouse on Mars, aka Andi Toma and Jan St. Werner, are preparing to release their new album, Dimensional People on April 13th through Thrill Jockey records. Following on from the release of the lead single ‘Dimensional People III’ featuring Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, new track Foul Mouth features Amanda Blank and Zach Condon …

On May 11th, 2018, The Body will release their most ambitious album to date, I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer. On their follow up to 2016’s acclaimed No One Deserves Happiness, the Portland duo of Lee Buford and Chip King conjure the sublime from the unexpected by turning their compositional approach …

Legendary Chicago quartet The Sea and Cake are to return with a new album, their 12th, on May 11th. Titled Any Day, its out on the ever brilliant Thrill Jockey label, and sees the band return to their roots, delivering an album of beautiful, elegant and intimate pop songs. To that end, the band were …

It’s been a while since we heard anything new from Chicago based experimental rockers Tortoise. Their last album ‘Beacons Of Ancestorship’ was all the way back in 2009, and until their recent single ‘Gesceap’, we haven’t heard a peak from them. Seven years later, and the boys are back with album number seven ‘The Catastrophist’. …

If you’re a fan of New York City’s White Hills, then you know they’re not a band to rest on their laurels. With each album they seem to take their fuzzed-out space rock to another, much higher plateau. Whether it be creating ambient drone tracks to sit in-between their gothic Sabbath crunch rockers, or taking a …