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“Music of wild joy with freedom and bright, vivid colors. – David Lynch Native Memphian William Eggleston, 77, who is widely regarded to be the most important photographer of the late 20th Century, has announced his debut record, Musik, due out October 20th via Secretly Canadian.
Forced Witness, the second album by Alex Cameron, is set for a September 8th release. After sharing “Candy May” and “Stranger’s Kiss,” the duet with Angel Olsen, Cameron now presents “Runnin Outta Luck” and its accompanying video, filmed in the Hastings, UK seaside and directed by Nick MacMahon.
Stranger’s Kiss (Duet with Angel Olsen) (Official Video) by Alex Cameron on VEVO. “On “Stranger’s Kiss,” Cameron’s duet with Angel Olsen, his ambition expands from insular synthpop to a sweeping, Springsteen-inspired ballad about a strange loneliness.” – THE FADER
They’re here! The second batch of Yoko Ono‘s reissues are out into the world today. We’ve been honored to partner with Chimera Music on releasing Ono’s musical output from 1968 to 1985, and today marks the release of 1971’s Fly, 1973’s Approximately Infinite Universe, and 1973’s Feeling The Space.
Bearing witness to the baroque clusterfuckery of the world is no longer voluntary. We are all forced to watch. Every possible catastrophe vibrates in our pockets, demanding to be witnessed. So what better soundtrack than something new from Alex Cameron?
We’ve been honored to partner with Chimera Music on releasing Yoko Ono‘s musical output from 1968 to 1985, and we’re so pleased today that we’re able to announce our second batch of reissues.
With the Songs: Molina – A Memorial Electric Co. tour, we wanted to do something special around Jason Molina‘s moving, expansive body of work. We reached out to friends of Jason for their favorite songs, and some insight into why they chose it.
It’s hard not to wake up feeling good on Friday mornings – another work week over, the weekend stretching ahead. Today’s Friday morning feels extra good, though – we’re so excited to report that Whitney won “Breakthrough Artist” at last night’s A2IM Libera Awards.
Whitney‘s new 12″, featuring “You’ve Got A Woman” by Dutch duo Lion and a cover of the glorious Dolly Parton’s “Gonna Hurry (As Slow As I Can),” is finally available physically today.
Ever since they wrote Light Upon The Lake as Chicago froze around them during winter 2014, Whitney have tried to make the kind of songs they’d be jealous of if someone else got there first.