Looking for some free new music to tide you over this weekend? Well you’re in the right place with the Live4ever Ezine‘s New Tunes guide. We’ve sorted through our packed inbox over the last seven days to offer up the best in mp3s, Soundcloud links and YouTube videos for your viewing and listening pleasure. Check out previous editions of the New Tunes Guide here.
“Young Knives announce the release of ‘Vision In Rags’, the third single from ‘Ornaments From The Silver Arcade’, described by Time Out as ‘their third, and best’, on September 12th.”
“WATERS, the new project from former Port O’Brien front man Van Pierszalowski, has revealed a brand new track ‘O Holy Break of Day’ this week.”
“New York DIY duo Matt & Kim current single ‘Block After Block’ (Different Recordings) is taken from their third studio album Sidewalks. Check out this free download of an Echoes Club remix.”
“This September 5th City of Glass will release their brand new record, The Diving Bell EP through Vancouver Independent Un-Famous Records. As the band prepare for a string of UK live dates, they release a brand new video for one of the EP’s highlights, the stirring ‘Tourist’.”
“British Punker’s Max Raptor return with their high impact single and video for ‘The King Is Dead’. So be prepared to watch one hell of ride..”
“After spending the bulk of the past year on the road in support of last November’s excellent Sports LP on Slumberland Records, Weekend have also been hard at work on their followup record. Prior to their European tour in July, the band spent three weeks in the studio with producer Monte Vallier crafting their new EP, simply titled Red. Prepare yourself for yet another gorgeous, violent sonic assault, because this EP packs a serious punch.”
“The Bullitts is a full on multimedia project and the brainchild of super producer du jour, Jeymes Samuel. The debut album ‘They Die By Dawn and Other Short Stories’ is due out later this year, and features some of the world’s most respected and celebrated artists including Tori Amos, Jay Electronica, Mos Def and Lucy Liu.”