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Taken from his new album Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp, out June 12 on 4AD:
4AD just unleashed the next song from our early frontrunner for album of the year, Grimes' "post-internet" revelation, Visions. The beautiful/celestial future-pop jam "Genesis" has been a favorite in Grimes' live sets for a minute, and the LP version offers a glimpse at how far she's come since she sent us her (also great) debut tape almost 2 years ago:
Here's another stunning song from Atlas Sound's forthcoming full-length, Parallax. Like previously unveiled tracks "Terra Incognita" and "Te Amo," Bradford Cox's vocals are disarmingly front and center on the perfectly titled "Modern Aquatic Nightsongs," a fully fleshed-out, immaculately produced widescreen realization of the gentler, lucid-dream-like direction that Cox explored on the often gorgeous and inspired rough sketches/demos from his expansive Bedroom Databank vault that was released for free last year. One of many highlights from the new record, due November 8 on 4 AD; check the lyrics after the jump:
Strange Mercy is out September 13 on 4AD. Recorded in Dallas, TX, and produced by John Congleton.
In this latest installment of 4AD Sessions, Gang Gang Dance rip through mind-alteringly kaleidoscopic versions of "Chinese High" and a one-take 14-minute performance of new single "Mindkilla" + unreleased jam "KOU-DA-LEY" in a mirrored room complete with dangling crystals, inspired by the "infinity rooms" of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama...