This week the first single from the highly anticipated new Death Cab For Cutie record surfaced, we got another taste of the upcoming Will Butler solo album, and Indie88 premiered the first episode of a brand new series.
Get caught up with the hottest releases this week:
Dan Mangan + Blacksmith graced our top secret location for the inaugural episode of the Hidden Studio Sessions. Watch as the boys rip through a pair of new tracks and give you the energy you’d expect from a live show:
Strong candidates for best hip hop album of 2014, Run The Jewels are back with a new video for “Lie, Cheat, Steal”. See why the duo is garnering so much buzz below:
This is kind of the sound we expected from Will Butler compared to the almost rock-a-billy track “Take My Side” we’ve already heard. Take a listen to the synthy new cut “Anna” and watch the video below:
Death Cab For Cutie gave us the first single from their upcoming record, Kintsugi, called “Black Sun”.
Toronto indie icon Hayden returns with a brand new song called “Nowhere We Cannot Go”. It’s from the forthcoming effort Hey Love that will be released on March 24.
So far Dan Boeckner’s new project Operators, only have an EP to their name with the full length follow up coming at some point this year. “Ecstasy In My House” is a look at things to come.
Canadian electropop princess Lights unvieled a new music video for “Running with the Boys” that co-stars none other than Indie88’s Raina. Watch it over at Much Music.