Returning to his electro-pop roots after collaborations with 80’s pop star Tiffany, The Dandy Warhols and Styrofoam, ‘New Money’ is Logan’s 10th studio album, but first for Kill Rock Stars.
‘Rebirth’, is a debut album of rare intensity. Crushing riffs colliding with sweeping waves of overwhelming noise, both beautiful and brutal.
Smile’s (Björn Yttling of Peter, Bjorn & John and Joakim Åhlund from Teddy Bears/Caesars) latest album has echoes of motorik krautrock, analogue synths and Ennio Morricone-style cinematic soundscapes.
Gareth Liddiard (The Drones, Tropical Fuck Storm), Jim White (Xylouris White, Dirty Three) & Chris Abrahams (The Necks) are Springtime.
Studded with stories of mortality, the challenges of addiction and sobriety, and the romance of a lifetime, ‘Spiral Groove’ encapsulates all of our existential questions into tidy love songs.
The Toronto-based band are releasing their second album which finds them drifting away from buzzing ’90s-inspired indie-rock and shoegaze into expansive, dreamlike territories while honing their chops and learning how to write folk.
Devin Hoff to release ‘Voices From the Empty Moor (Songs of Anne Briggs)’ on 12th November on Kill Rock Stars
‘Voices From the Empty Moor’ seeks to honour the mystery and beauty of Anne Briggs’ music while maintaining its own unique perspective, foregrounding powerful emotion and magical transformation.
The four desert punks meld together to bring a magnetic, dramatic air to each song, delivering romping punk and the occasional piercing scream.
ONETWOTHREE (ex Kleenex/LiLiPUT) announce self-titled debut album out 15th October on Kill Rock Stars
Three women bassists/singers from classic Swiss post-punk bands dot their insistent, minimal music with drum patterns, synths, chants, commands and joyous wordplay.
New Zeland’s Reb Fountain effortlessly combines pop elements with her trademark noir folk-punk sound; weaving authentic tunes that create an instant and indelible impression.
Superchunk’s Mac McCaughan announces new solo album, ‘The Sound of Yourself’ out 24th September on Merge Records
For an artist like Mac McCaughan, the answer lies in experimentation – testing his voice in a different light, deconstructing it, sometimes relegating it elsewhere or removing it altogether as the piece dictates.
After nearly a decade, Melbourne trio, Children Collide are back with their long-awaited fourth album, ‘Time Itself’.