Was your office as crazy as ours was this week with all these snow storms and snow days?! Either way, we’re finally back on track — and just in time for the weekend! So let’s take a look at the best newbies circling the internet this week.
Mount Eerie takes over the album premieres this week. He’s out with his latest, which is fueled by a plethora of instrumental sounds, made to seemingly texturize the world all around. It’s beautifully whimsical at times, but also filled to the brim with bits of buzzing, noisy Rock. Lots of experimentation going on with this one!
Moving right along to track premieres, and there are a TON. Butch Walker‘s latest features melodic piano over guitar-picking, along with a must-read interview; Torche busts out another ferocious, drum-o-licious Rock treat; Bosq (along with Nicole Willis) goes to Brazil to bring you the Disco beat; Revolution Saints powers up a golden-oldie Rock sound; My Midnight Heart takes you on a shimmering, crescendoing journey of whimsical vocals atop bass drums, and Malik B & Mr. Green team up with Benefit for a classic Hip-Hop vibe. Whew! Now try all those on for size.
What’s going on in the wonderful world of video? Noveller‘s got killer acid-laced visuals and DiSA takes you into Game of Thrones territory.
That’s all for this week, folks — have a splendid weekend, and Happy Superbowl Sunday!
Mount Eerie: Full album stream via NPR
Sauna out February 3 on P.W. Elverum & Sun
Butch Walker: “Autumn Leaves” track premiere via Alt Press
Afraid of Ghosts out February 3 on Dangerbird Records
Torche: “Loose Men” track premiere via Rolling Stone
Restarter out February 24 on Relapse Records
Bosq: “Bad for Me (ft. Nicole Willis)” track premiere via Wax Poetics
Bad for Me out February 24 on Ubiquity
Revolution Saints: “Way To The Sun” track premiere via YouTube
Revolution Saints is out 2/24 on Frontiers
My Midnight Heart: “Drown” track premiere via Spin
Drown out February 3 on Eric Sosa
Malik B & Mr. Green: “Metal Is Out (ft. Benefit)” track premiere via Okay Player
Unpredictable out February 24 on Enemy Soil
Noveller: “Rubicon” music video premiere via The Fader
Fantastic Planet out now on Fire Records
DíSA: “Cure” music video premiere via Under the Radar
Cure out now on Tigerspring