Last week, Purity Ring (Megan James and Corin Roddick) announced Shrines X, a reissue of their 2012 debut album in celebration of its 10th anniversary. Now, the reissue has dropped and it includes the original album plus three previously unreleased B-sides. They’re called “inovein,” “firmament,” and “crawlersout – prototype.” This is the first project the Canadian synth-pop duo have shared since 2020’s Womb, not counting this summer’s graves EP. Check out Purity Ring’s Shrines X reissue in full below.
We should’ve known it wouldn’t take long. Earlier this week, the fast-exploding country-rock star Zach Bryan posted teasers of three new songs, including duets with Bon Iver and Vermont singer-songwriter Noah Kahan, on Twitter. Now, those songs are out in the world. This morning, Zach Bryan added to his constant flood of new music, releasing […]
DJ Shadow’s new album Action Adventure is coming in October, and he’s already shared lead single “Ozone Scraper.” Today he’s back with “You Played Me,” a song that challenges Shadow’s description of the project as a strictly instrumental affair. Accompanied by a video directed by the Reggies, it’s an ’80s-inspired synth-funk track that centers on […]
It feels like the alternative K-pop collective and Band To Watch Balming Tiger have released a few “debut albums” at this point, but whatever. In October they’ll release January Never Dies, billed as their official debut studio album. Today’s new single “Kamehameha” is inspired by a song sung during a Korean drinking game, and it […]