B-Sides are always an awesome treat, especially from cult bands. This is exactly the case here. A Place To Bury Strangers have shared a new visualizer for their previously unheard track “Don’t Save Your Love”, which features tour footage of the countryside around the world in 2009.
It is taken from the expanded and remastered reissue of their 2009 album Exploding Head, out on Mute / BMG on October 21. The release will feature many rarities, including other B-sides, a couple more unreleased songs and also covers of the hits by 13th Floor Elevators, David Bowie & Love and Rockets.
Watch the video below and pre-order the album LP here.
After debuting with Silver As It Was Before EP this spring, Thomas Cohen (S.C.U.M) shares one more release with the listeners as Sylph before the year ends.
Titled Ancient Hole, it features 4 stunning electronic pieces — collaborations with Regis, Simon Shreeve, Terence Fixmer, Nicolas Bougaïef, and Anni Hogan. Released through Mute & The Vinyl Factory, the album is available on transparent amber 140g coloured 12″ vinyl.
For several years we have not heard anything from Thomas Cohen (S.C.U.M) after the release of his solo album, but now he is finally returning with new music, this time under the moniker Sylph.
First taste of his upcoming extended play Silver As It Was Before (out May 21 via Mute) is a collaboration with French artist Terence Fixmer titled “Braid”. It is an infectious and techno-tinged art pop piece — an exciting glimpse at what else we can expect from Cohen on this new and fresh chapter of his career.
Watch the music video for “Braid” below and pre-order the EP here.