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Rhye presents 'Please'


Back for the first time in four years, the exceptionally talented and awesome duo known as Rhye are back with new music. 'Please' is the beginning of the next glorious chapter from a group known for creating wonderful, relaxed, intense, innovative and impossible not to love music. 


It's been four years since their amazing album 'Woman', and here's what frontman Milosh has to say about the upcoming tour:


“Because we play live so much, we’ve built this show that’s somewhat different from Woman. It’s a little more psychedelic. I wanted to bring that to the second record. I really wanted to incorporate much more soulful and earthy colours. It had to be all live percussion and piano. The human intimacy had to come through the actual instrumentation on this record.  ‘Please’ is the stepping stone to where we’re headed.”



July 8 – Brugge, Belgium – Cactus Festival

July 9 – Montreaux, Switzerland – Montreaux Jazz Festival

July 11 – Milan, Italy – Magnolia 

July 14 – Pori, Finland – Pori Jazz Festival 

July 15 – Salacgriva, Latvia – Positivus Festival 

July 26 – Taipei City, Taiwan – Legacy Nightclub

July 28 – Niigata, Japan, –Fuji Rock Festival

July 30 – South Korea – Handside River Park


Death From Above: Freeze Me

Death From Above have dropped the 1979 from their name, and delivered some wild new music to start off the summer.  'Freeze Me' is the new single, premiered early in June.  The video is just as wild, perfectly matching the track.  It features Jesse F Keeler and Sebastien Grainger in very unassuming roles next to some larger than life characters.  There's nothing quite like Death From Above and 'Freeze Me' marks the beginning of what feels like a bold new chapter for the band.

Get 'Freeze Me' here



Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton: 'Fatal Gift'

Choir Of The Mind is the title of Emily Haines' next album alongside the Soft Skeleton.  It's a much awaited follow up to the album Knives Don't Have Your Back and the EP What Is Free To A Good Home? This new record is coming in September but the first single was released today.  Long time collaborator Justin Broadbent directed the video for 'Fatal Gift', and it's an unfamiliar song we've been waiting on for a while.  Watch the video below and get the song here.



Sángo 'Dance for Blessings'

Sango dropped a dope new single last week, and we are instantly in love.  'Dance for Blessings' is a beautiful example of Sango's wildly inventive production style, utilizing sounds in a way no one else could.  The dynamic groove is similarly unique making it simply impossible to stand still when you hear this one.

Get 'Dance For Blessings' on iTunes

2/08 - Austin, TX @ Grizzly Hall
2/09 - Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theatre
2/10 - Montreal, QC @ NewSpeak
2/11 - Chicago, IL @ Metro
2/16 - Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
2/17 - Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda's
2/18 - Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
2/22 - Manchester, UK @ Gorilla
2/23 - London, UK @ Koko
2/24 - Brussels, BE @ Bloody Louis
2/25 - Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
3/02 - Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
3/03 - Washington, D.C. @ U Street Music Hall
3/22 - Zurich, CH @ Exil Club
3/23 - Berlin, DE @ Gretchen
3/24 - Paris, FR @ Faust
3/25 - Lyon, FR @ Le Sucre


Harrison 'Vertigo' Feat. Allie

'Vertigo' is the new single from Harrison, with vocalist Allie as a special guest.  She's one of many on Harrison's new album 'Checkpoint Titanium'.  The song is a dancefloor mystery, a track that perfectly balances between the synth and Allie's voice.  The album is available for preorder from Last Gang Records.  You should definitely check out the deluxe edition. 


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