"Champagne" is the A-side from Lorely Rodriguez's debut single as Empress Of, out today on limited 7" via No Recordings. Directed and edited by Samuel Morris Hamad. And in case you missed it the first time around, here's the equally lovely b-side:
Atlanta's Moons re-imagines DIIV's shimmering, jangly Oshin standout "How Long Have You Known" as a celestial new-wave dream, with additional soaring vocals (sung in Japanese) contributed by 美愛.
...and in other Moons news, he still has a few copies of his excellent debut 7" available via No Recordings, and here's the latest endlessly replayable installment in his stellar
Great new mix from the dude responsible for one of our favorite debut singles of 2012, MOONS. Featuring Fleetwood Mac, Sam Flax, Cocteau Twins, Crystal Castles + more. Check the full tracklist after the jump, and look for a new Moons Over Paris mix to drop tomorrow, probably here.
Here's the b-side from one of the more promising debut singles to emerge in the first half of 2012, from Atlanta's Moons. Download the sprawling, weightless cosmic transmission "Waves at Night" -- which really takes off when the vocals kick in at around the midway point -- and check out the video for the equally devastating (if a bit new-wavier) title track below:
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