dirt is the latest EP from Hand Habits, the songwriting project of Meg Duffy.
The EP, which was co-produced by Duffy, Sasami Ashworth (SASAMI) and Kyle Thomas (King Tuff), is available for pre-order now and due February 19th. The digital download included with the 7-inch also contains a bonus track, Katie Dey's remix of the Hand Habits song "what's the use."
Tomberlin, the Los Angeles via Lousiville, KY artist, has announced a new EP titled Projections with a Busy Philipps-directed video for its lead single "Wasted." The EP, which was produced by Alex G (Alex Giannascoli) and his bandmate Sam Acchione, continues the arc of her critically acclaimed 2018 debut, At Weddings. The rich vocal harmonies and guitar lines that made At Weddings so riveting still provide the EP's foundation, but new percussive backing and instrumental flourishes open the path forward for Tomberlin.
Imagine a shoreline alone, carved from the continent, without land or water to border it, a rind of possibility, a moon-colored border between land and sea, knowing and unknowing. This is Conceptual Beach, a place John Rossiter, vocalist/guitarist of Los Angeles-based Young Jesus, describes as his long-time mental refuge, where he imagines himself living—like a medieval, stigmata-wrought hermit—all his needs for okay-ness finally met. But for the first time, he’s opening up and inviting others to join him there.
Young Jesus' new album Welcome to Conceptual Beach takes what was once a personal escape for Rossiter and, with the collaborative lead of bandmates Marcel Borbon (bass), Eric Shevrin (keys), and Kern Haug (drums), transforms it into a universal experience.
Introducing Divide and Dissolve - A heavy two-piece thunderous force of neo-classical doom metal, utilizing drums, guitar, saxophone and live effects to create music designed to decolonise, decentralise, and destroy white supremacy. Mirroring the brash, bone-crushing potency of their dynamic drone music, the formidable Takiaya Reed (Black & Tsalagi [Cherokee]) and Sylvie Nehill (Māori) carry their ancestors’ fight forward each and every day, using the power of their performances to draw attention to the ongoing battle against systemic oppression.
TFW 7" is in stores August 7th, but we're shipping pre-orders now! Order here.
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