RUBâ is the first album in 6 years from Peaches, the follow up to the acclaimed âI Feel Creamâ. âRUBâ features guest vocals from Kim Gordon and Feist.
âQueen of filthy electropunkâ – Rolling Stone
Everything is Turbulence. A statement founded by a lack of certainty at the modern world. A non-clinical perspective that takes on a slightly outer worldly feel as attempts by states to co-define the likes of genetic theory seem uncertain and unjustifiable.
Justin Robertsonâs Deadstock 33s 2nd studio album, Everything Is Turbulence is a strike back at a noisy confusion that often penetrates electronic music, by marrying primitive electronic sounds with a warm & raw feel. As a vehicle for JRs artistic outlook on the world, which draws in over two decades of first hand influence and inspiration, Deadstock 33s has found the DJ/Producer/Artist in an empowering position for self expression.
When Ryan DeRobertis announced the name change of his project from Saint Pepsi to Skylar Spence, there was no indication of any stylistic departure, though the change arrived with a musical shift toward faster tempos and more pristine production. Whereas Saint Pepsi had often used decades-old boogie, disco, and new wave as grist for the sampling mill, Skylar Spence is intent on trafficking more overtly in those genre aesthetics through his own production techniques and vocal contributions. With Prom King, DeRobertis reorients his music for his new full-band live act and winds up with an album full of tight and enveloping dance tunes.
The Spills may have been Yorkshire’s best kept secret in 2014, but it’s all kicking off for the Wakefield indie-rock 4-piece, who have signed not only to Alcopop! Records, but also Wakefield taste-makers Philophobia, with new album âCollecting Dustâ set to drop on September 25th…
A rough-edged thing of beautiful simplicity, âCollecting Dustâdeftly blends youthful rawness with polished guitar pop sensibility, rewarding repeat listens with added nuance…