Alex Cameron – Far From Born Again
Miami artist Steven A. Clark has released the new video for his song “Found,” off his latest album, Where Neon Goes To Die, which is out now. The Ariel Fisher-directed video (premiered via NYLON) is a hazy, ethereal companion to Steven’s sonic aesthetic that feels straight out of a 1980s Miami nightclub. After a chance meeting with Boys Noize in Miami, the two artists expressed their love for ’80s music and set out to create the album. Steven also featured on Boys Noize’s latest single, “Killer.”
Yesterday, Steven stopped by Billboard for a special live performance, and he’s currently on the road finishing up the last few dates of Chromeo‘s Head Over Heels World Tour. Watch the video for “Found” below, and stream Where Neon Goes To Die everywhere.
Steven A. Clark Tour Dates:
10/4 – College Street Music Hall – New Haven, CT
10/5 – Westcott Theater – Syracuse, NY
10/6 – State Theater – Portland, ME
2/15 – III Points Festival – Miami, FL
Shura has today released second album forevher. Written primarily about Shura’s relationship with her girlfriend and their long-distance conception, forevher covers everything from the initial pull of desire to recognizing the moment when the connection develops into something scarily meaningful: it’s a classic NYC-to-London love-story, but one told through the totally modern filter of dating apps, unanswered texts, and Skype chats.
Alex Cameron releases Miami Memory, his new album and love letter to his partner, on September 13th via Secretly Canadian. Following previously released singles “Divorce” and “Miami Memory,” Cameron now presents a new single/video, “Far From Born Again,” which “celebrates the legitimacy of the independent sex worker, and casts a light on the humans that provide the service to millions worldwide.”
Whitney - the Chicago-based band led by vocalist/drummer Julien Ehrlich and guitarist Max Kakacek - shares a new single/video, “Used To Be Lonely,” from their forthcoming album, Forever Turned Around, out August 30th via Secretly Canadian. It follows the previously released singles, “Valleys (My Love)” and “Giving Up.”
Shura is pleased to release Gabe Gurnsey remixes of “religion (u can lay your hands on me)”, a track from her forthcoming album, 'forevher,' due August 16th.