Things are moving super fast! A little too fast! We can’t keep up with all the good stuff that drops every day on the interwebs. While we try post every new track, album, mixtape, video, and MP3 download that we love on the site, it’s impossible to post everything, which means some quality newness gets missed. So, we serve up The Leftovers.
Holly Herndon travels to Mars in the video for ‘Morning Sun’. The video, from directors John Merizalde and Mat Dryhurst, finds Herndon adorned in a space suit on an isolated planet.
Came across the work of Luui yesterday over at FDC. The Bristol-based newcomer has definitely piqued my interest with his mix of woozy mid-tempo beats and gritty lyrics.Check him out and support.
Shot on location in Iceland by award-winning director Andrew Thomas Huang, the ten-minute long film for Bjork’s ‘Black Lake’ was commissioned by the museum of modern art, new york and debuted there earlier this year.
Björk Part 2: The Icelandic star has just released the first set of Vulnicura remixes, which features reworks from Lotic, Mica Levi, Katie Gately, and Kramphaft. Listen to the remixes up top, and head over to Dazed to get the lowdown on each track.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from the Gia Koka. Now she’s back with, “Moan”. Hopefully, we’ll get more from her soon.
Singer-songwriter-rapper Miloh Smith spends a night in a hotel room hanging out with an inflatable friend. Watch above and be on the out for her Rich Kidd produced single, “300,” coming soon.
Since 2009, the photographer Bernd Jonkmanns from Hamburg has been working on a photo documentation about the culture of record stores. When Jonkmanns started the project in 2009 he thought that there won’t be many record stores left within a few years. Over the past decades, many Record Stores have vanished, but vinyl records have made a rapid comeback among music lovers all over the world. Thus, new stores opened up in big cities like Berlin, Brussels, Paris, and Los Angeles, preserving the phenomenon “record store” as an expression of youth culture.
Over the last six years, he travelled all over the world to 30 cities on five continents to photograph over 160 record stores, the store owners, the buyers, and the people who work there. His photos show their love and passion for vinyl, cd and buying music in a store. This is what they all share and what makes the specific atmosphere of such stores.
Jonkmanns found great stores on all continents in cities like Los Angeles, New York, Boston, San Francisco, Paris, London, Brighton, Stockholm, Rio de Janeiro, Oslo, Amsterdam, Sydney and even in Hobart, Tasmania.