Wreck and Reference – Want

The previously reviewed music duo known as Wreck and Reference has a new album out. In case you’re unfamiliar with these guys, I’d steer clear of this album unless you’re looking for something supremely dark, tortured, and depressing. Beyond the emotional aspects of the music is the seamless blend of influences that come together in the album streaming via the widget above. Noise, black metal, goth rock, and more are stirred into a hellish cauldron that I can’t wait to make a review about. Enjoy!

Sadsic – Sells/Cells

Previously reviewed beatmusic producer Sadisc drops a new EP, which is essentially a few odds and ends surrounding a massive, 20-minute monster of a track. The song is titled “Cells,” and it’s really a test of Sadsic’s abilities as a composer, weaving a group of incredibly varied instrumentals and grooves together into one pretty cohesive piece.

Give the EP a stream above and enjoy!

Shivers – Self-Titled

Dark ambient, jazz, noise, and a strong sense of uncontrollable fear come together on this new, self-titled Shivers album. The trio features the musical input of Rutger Zuydervelt, Gareth Davis and Leo Fabriek. They’ve collaborated before, but this is the first time they’re doing so under this particular name. The final result, a.k.a. this album, is challenging, but surprisingly brief in its length. It would seem these guys wanna get straight to the heart of what these noisy, drone-jazz fusions are all about.

Look for this album on Miasmah.

Various Artists – Tasty Morsels Vol. 2

An assortment of strange, lo-fi tunes that range from weirdo pop to ambient electronics. Thanks to the people over at Tasty Morsels for putting it together. For those that swoon to the sounds of Ariel Pink and bite-sized synths creating vast, funky soundscapes. Enjoy!

Liars – “Pro Anti Anti”

The Liars guys have come forth with another conceptually brilliant video for their fantastic latest LP Mess, this time for face-melting highlight “Pro Anti Anti.” Check it out!

Mess is out now via Mute, and I repeat: it’s awesome!

Shabazz Palaces – “#CAKE”

Winding, twisted, and psychedelic is the new Shabazz Palaces song, “#CAKE.” It’s a cut off the experimental hip hop project’s forthcoming album, Lese Majesty, which is looking at a July 29th release on Sub Pop Records. Enjoy!!!

Kiddy Pool – Super Pony Perv Plus EP

I’m certain this debut EP of New York experimental rock trio Kiddy Pool contains the most batshit song title of the year: “I Guh Guh Got A$$bergers from a Toilet Seat.” Let that be some indication of what the band’s sound is like – unhinged, noisy (surf) punk laden with lasering electronics and skittering vocal samples. The threesome’s zany dial is turned to 11 most of the time, but they are capable of mellowing out quite a bit, like for the penultimate track “Voodoo or Dirty Mind no Let’s Stay Together,” or for the closing moments of “Mouth Bunker.” It’s a breezy albeit frenzied listen with its six tracks totaling about 12 minutes; give it a try above and happy listening!

Death Grips – The Powers That B Pt. 1 a.k.a. Niggas On The Moon

Death Grips are at their most glitchy, experimental, and esoteric on the first half of their new album.

Bueno – “Little Joe”

Thanks for the good people at Gimme Tinnitus for this noisy, sluggish jam from Bueno. The track “Little Joe” sounds like a sedate James Chance guesting on a Modern Lovers demo that’s never seen the light of day until now. It ain’t half bad.

You can check out the b-side to this single over at Bueno’s Bandcamp. Enjoy!

clipping. – “mix2″

clipping. comes through with a miraculous, 18-minute mix that features over 50 songs in its run-time. Considering the trio will be officially dropping of the most eclectic hip hop albums ever this week, it’s no surprise that this mix features everything from Sleaford Mods to T-Pain. It’s a non-stop dance party–if you don’t mind dancing with a bunch of total weirdos.

Enjoy!