The New 03.06.12

The Tindersticks – Frozen [mp3] (from The Something Rain, out now)
Pop-noir from the Nottingham, England band’s ninth studio album.

The Danvilles – Seemed So Easy [mp3] (from Woman, out now on Merrifield Recordsfree download)
Energetic indie rock from Mike Hindert (of The Bravery) et al. with a followup on early Beatles song.

Death Grips – Get Got [mp3] (from The Money Store, out April 24th on Epic Records)
Slamming and mindful hip-hop from Sacramento, CA.

Summer Camp – Losing My Mind (Dawn Golden & Rosy Cross Remix) [mp3] (from Welcome to Condale, out now on Moshi Moshi / Apricot Records)
Dense & poignant electronica from UK duo; the debut album ‘Welcome to Condale’ is a conceptual piece set in 1984 California.

Tu Fawning – Bones [mp3] (from A Monument, out May 15th on City Slang Records)
The first track released off Portland, OR quartet’s upcoming sophomore album is a mini-epic that highlights the band’s trial-and-error approach to finding new sounds to relay their monolithic vision.

Gold Leaves – Cruel & Kind (from The Ornament, out now on Hardly Art Records)
Unrestrained folk pop from Seattleite Grant Olsen (with production and input from Papercut originator Jason Quever).

Crocodiles – Sunday (Psychic Conversation # 9) [mp3] (from Endless Flowers out June 5th on Frenchkiss Records)
California expatriates currently haunting Berlin.

Dylan Gilbert – The Chase [mp3]
Atonal composition for synthesizer, piano, & organ; Charlotte-based songwriter/composer Dylan Gilbert wears many different musical hats, including standard pop and surf-prog rock operas.

The Mark Lanegan Band – The Gravedigger’s Song [mp3] (from Blues Funeral, out now on 4AD)
With his trademark menacing growl in full effect, former Screaming Trees singer returns with twelve new tracks.


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