Real-life brothers A-Trak and Dave 1 — one half of Duck Sauce and Chromeo, respectively, among other affiliations — teamed up as the Brothers Macklovitch back in May to release a contagiously fizzy house track called “Give Love To Get Some.” At the time, the Montreal-bred duo promised a second single under the same banner would be coming up soon. Now that song is here: The Brothers Macklovitch have covered Portrait’s 1995 R&B track “I Can Call You,” turning it into brisk, uptempo club music that maintains the original song’s powerfully thumping bass line. Listen below.
Not counting a couple of instrumental tracks in 2019, it’s been a few years since we’ve heard from Let’s Eat Grandma. The duo of Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth released their last album, I’m All Ears, in 2018. We named it Album Of The Week back then, noting just how much the young songwriters had […]
Koma are a band out of London and Leeds playing a strain of aggressively noisy hardcore that sounds like an army of robots murdering each other with chainsaws and lasers while an endless barrage of bombs drop from the sky. Their debut album Internment Failure, out now on La Vida Es En Mus, comprises 12 […]
The Danish band Efterklang are releasing a new album, Wildflowers, in a couple weeks. They’ve shared the 5 best songs-worthy “Living Other Lives” and “Dragonfly” from it so far, and today they’re back with a dreamy ballad called “Hold Me Close When You Can.” It comes with a video that was made with photos that […]