[song] Enter Laughing – Met Me Wen I Landed

North London-based band Enter Laughing just debuted with the powerful single “Met Me When I Landed”. On it four-piece plays with contrasts by mixing cosmic synths, marching rhythms and monotonous vocals that gain momentum on the repeated lines of “Just say when it’s over”.

The song is very impressive and leaves the listener wanting more. We hope that the group will not wait too long before sharing the next one!

Listen below and get the track here, out now via Permanent Creeps Records.

[song] Bnny – Breaking Up

Chicago’s indie band Bnny shared a gentle and beautiful new single “Breaking Up”, which follows up their debut album Everything, released last year.

Bnny live in Milan’22

The group is currently on tour in the EU and UK and played a stellar show last night supporting Dehd in Milan. The other upcoming dates are as follows:

Nov 3 – Aarau, CH: KiFF
Nov 5 – Paris, FR: Les Trois Baudets
Nov 7 – Copenhagen, DK: Loppen
Nov 8 – Stockholm, SE: Kristallen
Nov 9 – Oslo, NO: John Dee
Nov 11 – Hamburg, DE: Molotow
Nov 13 – Kortrijk, BE: Sonic City Festival
Nov 14 – London, UK: St. Pancras Old Church

Listen below and find more tour information here.

[song] Pozi – Slightly Shaking Cells

Last year UK minimal post-punk trio Pozi released their outstanding EP Typing (through PRAH Recordings) and now looks like they are gearing up to provide us with a new body of work.

No announcements have been made just yet, but we already have a fantastic first single “Slightly Shaking Cells” — a dark, claustrophobic & repetitive hit and a great addition to the fall and winter playlists.

Speaking of it, the band says: “This song is inspired by figures such as Boudica, Cleopatra and Xena the Warrior Princess, and the kind of immortality you can create through believing in your own strength. The song then switches to someone admiring another person from afar, zooming into everyday existence away from matters of life and death”.

Alongside the song, Pozi have also shared a video for it, created by Kara Hondong, an artist working in the field of painting and digital moving image creation.

Stream below and get the track here.

[song] Japanese Television – Space Fruit Vineyard (Gabe Gurnsey Remix)

A fantastic combo for today’s listening — electronic producer Gabe Gurnsey (who has also released an amazing album recently) remixed “Space Fruit Vineyard”, a hit by the UK’s number 1 space surf collective Japanese Television.

The song would be a part of Space Fruit Vineyard (Remixed) LP, set for release on November 25 via Tip Top Recordings.

We’ve also already heard Pye Corner Audio’s immense remix of “Sputnik Swimming”, and the album would also include reworks from such musicians as Parachute Girl (Simone Marie from Primal Scream), Sen Morimoto, The Orielles, Joshua James, Primitive Ignorant (Sym Gharial from the cult 00’s band The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster), psychedelic wizard Noon Garden and house legend Justin Robertson.

Check it out below and pre-order the release here.

[song] Albertine Sarges – Deep Well (feat. Kat Frankie)

With her new EP Family of Things arriving on November 25 via Moshi Moshi Records, Berlin-based artist Albertine Sarges is giving us the first taster of what to expect — a beautiful, cosmic and soulful new single “Deep Well”, which features singer Kat Frankie.

Elaborating on the track, Albertine says: “This is the slowest and also the longest song I ever put out. I guess the message is: radical deceleration and contemplation. The lyrics are about meditation. The zen concept of emptiness refers to how we perceive things around us: The goal is to have a clear view: Nothing added, nothing taken away from the raw data of physical events around you. But emptiness is like a snake, you have to make sure to pick it up from the right side, or else it might bite you = You might lose yourself in ignorance and inner stiffness”.

Stream below and pre-order the record here.