British indie four piece Glass Animals recently announced a massive world tour, which just kicked off a couple of weeks ago in their home town of Oxford. Over the next three months, the boys will be performing all over the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Hungary, Canada, the US, and then some.
To celebrate the start of their mega tour, the band have just shared a brand new video for the song “Black Mambo”, taken off their debut album Zaba, released last year. Directed by David Helman, this psychedelic video comes complete with snakes, an opium den, mexican men in the jungle, and an iguana. Enjoy!
Aussie indie outfit Tame Impala have just shared a new song, “Let It Happen”, their first new material in three years. Clocking in at nearly eight minutes, it’s an epic electronic-tinted track featuring the band’s signature psychedelic guitars and layered synths and it’s available for download now for free HERE!
Tame Impala - Let It Happen
Later this year, Tame Impala are expected to release their highly-anticipated new album, the follow-up to 2012’s Lonerism. They have yet to announce an official release date but they have hinted that the band’s third full-length would sound “less rock again and more electronic, even more than the last one. It’s gonna be awesome”.
The boys will also be embarking on a huge North American tour, followed by dates in the UK, Ireland, Portugal and Germany, so be sure to check out their official website or Facebook for more info and tour dates. You can also buy their music on
Paris-based electro duo Jupiter are back with a new song, “Do It”, taken of their upcoming sophomore album, Bandana Republic, which will be released next May via Persephone/Grand Blanc. Lead single “Do It” is a bouncy tune covered in disco dust and just as retro-futuristic as anything off their debut album.
Recorded in Paris and Los Angeles and produced by the band, Bandana Republic follows on from Jupiter’s acclaimed 2012 debut album, Juicy Lucy, which spawned underground hits such as “Starlighter”, “Saké” and “One-O-Six”. The new LP was inspired by long drives out into the Californian desert soundtracked by classic rock radio, and the result is a refreshing mix of sounds of the ‘70s, filtered through a very French love of synth-led pop.
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Led by the anthemic electro pop of single “Head Up High”, Danish singer songwriter Oh Land released her new album Earth Sick in late 2014 on her own label Tusk or Tooth. Recorded primarily at home, in her Brooklyn apartment, this record is a hybrid of symphonic and electronic sounds, layers of lush vocals and pulsating beats.
To celebrate the physical release of the album in the UK, Oh Land is now sharing the Head Up High Remix EP. The song was methodically deconstructed and completely reworked by big names such as Penguin Prison, MS MR, Lauren Flax, CSS and Mercury.
“Head Up High” really takes on a life of its own, oscillating between the stripped down 90s house production of Lauren Flax, the cheery interpretation of MS MR or the party vibes of Penguin Prison.
Byron Bay natives Tora are part of the ever growing and widely acclaimed Australian electronic scene and they have experienced a meteoric rise in the last year or so. With millions of Soundcloud plays, a stellar sophomore EP, Eat The Sun, and a string of sold out shows on their first national headline tour, saying that Tora is on a winning streak would be a massive understatement.
For a relatively young band, Tora’s sound is surprisingly mature and impressively sophisticated. Their EP features polished tracks with a chilled RnB-influenced vibe, sharp electronic beats and stunning vocals, drawing comparison to the likes of SOHN, Toro Y Moi, Little Dragon and James Blake and earning them huge praise from music critics and bloggers across the globe.