HERE’S A NEW TV ON THE RADIO LYRIC VIDEO FOR SINGLE, HAPPY IDIOT
As ever, TV On the Radio band member Dave Sitek has produced this little nugget of tongue-in-cheek cynicism, jingle-jangle guitars and singer Tunde Adebimpe’s signature languid delivery.
The New Yorkers are due to release album Seeds on 17 November (UK), via Capitol’s Harvest Records imprint (also home to LA’s Banks). Find out more about their North American tour dates and other bits and bobs here.
NEW JESSIE WARE VIDEO FOR SINGLE, WANT YOUR FEELING
Jessie Ware’s forthcoming album, Tough Love, is out next month (6 October 6 in the UK, and 21 October in the US – shout out to the continuing global release date debacle).
She’s been teasing tracks from the more bombastically poppy and less electronic-sounding record for a couple of months now, and Want Your Feeling is the newest addition. Watch this live video, shot in London’s rather wonderful Barbican venue, and click away to pre-order her album.
Bristol’s trip-hop genre-bender Tricky is due to release his 11th album next Monday (8 September), on his False Idols label.
Entitled Adrian Thaws, after his rather awesome given name, the record features the likes of Mykki Blanco, Nneka and Oh Land. Head here for our exclusive stream (well, exclusive until someone else copies the source code, I suppose).
"You should never underestimate the power of a kiss on the neck, when she doesn’t expect" – the Purple One
Fair enough, Prince. Fair enough. The sex-funk (let’s roll with that as a genre, and not an odour) aficionado is due to release two albums in September: one with all-female band 3rd Eye Girl, and the other as a solo effort.
This track, Clouds, features singer and songwriter Lianne La Havas (who hosted Prince’s unorthodox press conference when he passed through the UK for a series of surprise gigs earlier this year) and is basically smooth as hell.
GRIMES DIRECTED HER NEW VIDEO FOR GO, FEAT. BLOOD DIAMONDS
And, to be honest, that’s the only real reason we’re posting this poor man’s Skrillex-remixing-Nero track. Claire Boucher and her brother Mac made this thing look good – plus, it’s always refreshing to see a female artist in charge of her artistic direction, styling and direction.
Her music’s saccharine-sweet, but just intriguing enough to make us want to hear more. This is Vérité’s second single, riding off the online buzz (number one on Hype Machine, etc) generated by July’s Strange Enough.
File next to Oh Land, Banks and a slightly more straight-laced Mø.
Now that the only likeable manic pixie dream girl in the history of the world is playing live for the first time in 35 years, expect a lot of our music coverage to centre around her return. Just for a couple of days, mind.