Tune. New Sounds for my Sister’s Birthday: 27 Feb

Happy birthday to my beautiful siswah. Thanks for your gentle calmness and light, and my god, the laughter. The music plays for you this week.

 

Sheila E: The Glamorous Life

 

Porter Robinson: Sad Machine Cosmo’s Midnight Remix

Cosmo’s Midnight’s national tour continues and next month they sashay through North America. This is a sparkling slice of perfection for your Friday afternoon activities. Their   ‘Moments’ EP is out now.

 

Cosmo’s Midnight North America Tour Dates:

  • Weds 16 Mar // SXSW, Austin
  • Thurs 17 Mar // SXSW, Austin
  • Fri 18 Mar // SXSW, Austin
  • Sat 19 Mar // SXSW, Austin
  • Weds 23 Mar // Observatory, Santa Ana (w/ Wave Racer)
  • Fri 25 Mar // Mezzanine, San Francisco (w/ Wave Racer)
  • Sat 26 Mar // The Globe, Los Angeles
  • Weds 30 Mar // Q Nightclub, Seattle (w/ Wave Racer)
  • Thurs 31 Mar // HiFi, Calgary (w/ Wave Racer)
  • Fri 1 Apr // Celebrities, Vancouver (w/ Wave Racer)
  • Tues 5 Apr // Coda, Philadelphia
  • Weds 6 April // Flash, Washington DC
  • Thurs 7 Apr // Rough Trade, Brooklyn (w/ Wave Racer)
  • Fri 8 April  // Newspeak, Montreal

 

SKEGSS: Heart Attack

Our favourite Byron Bay surfers have dropped a new video for their slow tempo ballad Heart Attack. It’s ‘sick legit’. Their debut EP 50 Pushups For A Dollar is out now. Listening to Skegss instantly improves your Summer experience. Read our interview with Benny the singer here.

 

Matt Gresham: Small Voices

West Australian Matt Gresham heads to SXSW next month, so you’ll probably know about him after that, because once acts play at SXSW, their trajectory is pretty much a sharp shot upwards. Gresham’s new single ‘Small Voices.’ was produced by Scott Horscroft  (Silverchair, Birds of Tokyo) and co-written with Jaymes Young (London Grammar).

B Boys: Seagulls

Seagulls is from the B Boys debut EP No Worry No Mind out on Friday 18 March.

‘Three psychos that came to be through fate by way of necessity, B Boys offer listeners their sonic manifesto – relief from the mania, an expression of duality, and an extension of Dadaism.

Lanks: Golden Age

Best played loud. Producer and multi-instrumentalist Will Cuming, otherwise known as LANKS, co-produced his single with Grammy-nominated Andrei Eremin (Hiatus Kaiyote, Ta-Ku) and is now available for free download. What are you actually waiting for? Lanks will be tour the east coast of Australia this April – buy tickets here.

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