The following albums dropped today and are available in your local trendy record stores or on digital download.
I have a bundle of new music for you this week. Enjoy!
Crocodiles “Crimes Of Passion”
San Diego, California’s pride and joy….. no, not Phillip Rivers… it’s Crocodiles. The noise-pop band returns with their follow-up to the brilliant 2012 release Endless Flowers. The track “cockroach” surfaced a few months back.
Listen to “Cockroach” via Indie Globe here:
Download “Crimes Of Passion” here:
No Age “An Object”
The lo-fi duo of Dean Spunt and Randy Randall have dropped their fourth full-length album titled An Object. On Monday the Los Angeles based project shared the video for “An Impression” via Spin Magazine.
Watch “An Impression” here:
Download “An Object” here:
Porcelain Raft “Permanent Signal”
Mauro Remeddi, the Italian composer who uses the moniker Porcelain Raft, has released his sophomore effort Permanent Signal. The second single from the new album is “The Way Out.”
Check out the video for “The Way Out” here:
Download “Permanent Signal” here:
Pure Bathing Culture “Moon Tides”
The much-anticipated debut release from the Portland duo of Sarah Versprille and Daniel Hindman is finally here! The tune “Pendulum” surfaced a few months ago.
Listen to “Pendulum” here:
Download “Moon Tides” here:
Still Life Still “Mourning Trance”
The Toronto based indie rock band Still Life Still are releasing their follow-up to the 2009 album Girls Come Too. The first single from the new album is “In Enemies.”
Check the video for “In Enemies” here:
Download “Mourning Trance” here:
Superchunk “I Hate Music”
The nineties indie rockers from Chapel Hill, North Carolina continue to churn out new music. I Hate Music is the band’s tenth studio album overall.
Check out the video “Me & You & Jackie Mittoo” here:
Download “I Hate Music” here:
Travis “Where You Stand”
The post-Britpop band from Glasgow, Scotland are releasing their seventh studio album overall. Where You Stand is their first album since 2008.
Check out the video for the track “Moving” here:
Download “Where You Stand” here:
Zola Jesus “Versions”
Zola Jesus is the moniker for Nika Roza Danilova. The Madison, Wisconsin experimental-electronic-goth project is releasing her third studio album.
Check out the video for “Seekir” here:
Download “Versions” here: