Durand Jones & the Indications are back with their sophomore album, American Love Call, which will be out March 1st via Dead Oceans / Colemine Records. Now they have released “Morning in America.”
Ty Segall & the Freedom Band (Mikal Cronin, Charles Moothart, Emmett Kelly, and Ben Boye) are back after the epic album, Freedom’s Goblin. Recorded during a tour that blasted Ty Segall’s catalog, they have announced that Deforming Lobes, will be out March 29th via Drag City.
Turning Jewels Into Water is a new electronic duo group consisting of Indian-born drummer/producer Ravish Momin along with Haitian electronic percussionist Val Jeanty. Their album, Map of Absences, will be out March 15th via FPE Records. The album date announcement also comes along with the release of the lead single, “Dark waters rushing in,” and its video.
The New Zealand band Tiny Ruins has shared the video for “Holograms,” one of the tracks off their upcoming album Olympic Girls which will be out February 1st via Ba Da Bing Records. Tiny Ruins consists of Hollie Fullbrook, Cass Basil, Alex Freer, and Tom Healy.
Following the release of his last album Indigo, Wild Nothing or the project of Jack Tatum, has released a standalone single, “Blue Wings.” Wild Nothing has tour dates in the UK, Europe, and Asia starting in February.
Cass McCombs has released a new single, “The Great Pixley Train Robbery,” from his new album Tip of the Sphere, coming out February 8th on ANTI-. The latest track feature’s McCombs storytelling ability now just through its lyrics but also through the video both of which focus around a newspaper article from the 1800’s he found about a train robbery.
SPELLING is the project of the Bay Area’s Chrystia Cabral’s and she’s back with a new single, “Under the Sun.” The track comes from SPELLING’s forthcoming album, Mazy Fly, out February 22nd via Sacred Bones.