Only recently, electronic shoegaze virtuoso Ulrich Schnauss released his 12th album (No Further Ahead Than Today) but he’s already back with more, this time in collaboration with Danish musician Jonas Munk. Their album Passage was released last Friday, right when most of the world could have used exactly this kind of meditative escape. With the addition of Munk’s… Read More New Music: Ulrich Schnauss & Jonas Munk
Dirty Projectors continue their journey into R&B with one of their smoothest tracks yet. It seems the stylistic shift present in “Little Bubble,” and “Keep Your Name” has something to do with Dave Longstreth’s contributions to Solange’s A Seat at the Table (our album of the year!), and we’re certainly eager for more of this sound.
Why not take a dive into the primordial soup? Catch Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith live tomorrow (10/13) at the California Academy of Sciences NightLife with Dan Deacon. Find her outstanding album EARS out on Western Vinyl.