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.
“Written, performed, produced and mixed by Duologue, so goes the credit on ‘A-B‘, the impressive second E.P from the London-based five piece. The follow up to their eponymous first E.P this new release is yet further proof of this experimental band’s ability to fuse audio technology with good old-fashioned heartfelt songs.”
“‘Constant Now’ is taken from the dEUS ‘Keep You Close’ album, which was recorded by the band and producers David Bottrill and Adam Noble at dEUS’s Antwerp studio.”
“Following its exclusive on Yours Truly last week, Michael Kiwanuka has made the video for ‘I’m Getting Ready‘ available now on his YouTube channel. The ‘I’m Getting Ready’ EP is out now via Communion Records (Daughter, Ben Howard).”
“Young London-based singer/songwriter Kyla La Grange unveiled the official video for her brand new single ‘Heavy Stone‘, which is released on Chess Club Records on 17th October. ‘Heavy Stone’ is set to be released as a double a-side single along with another new track ‘Lambs‘. The double a-side will follow on from previous singles ‘Walk Through Walls‘ and ‘Been Better‘.”
In one year as a group, Total Slacker have released two singles on independent record labels both in the U.S. and Europe, and have played over 100 shows at some of the largest venues in New York, garnishing the attention of notable press and international radio play, including their single ‘Crystal Necklace‘ being voted #36 in the Pitchfork Top 50 Songs readers poll of 2010. The album entitled ‘THRASHIN’ features 11 songs all recorded in Carlos Hernandez of the band AVA LUNA, in Coney Island, Brooklyn. Two tracks from the album include a guest appearance from Beach Fossils guitarist: Cole Smith [formerly of Darwin Deez].