The word is out, Brooklyn based collaborative project, NADINE, is releasing their debut record on Father/Daughter Records and Memphis Industries (UK) on January 26, 2018. oh my is the result of combined musical artistry between Nadia Hullet, Carlos Hernandez, and Julian Fader. Jazz-influenced melodies, a pop ethos, and layered instrumentals fill the space on the record beautifully. Trust us, you're going to love this one.
Finally revealing what they've been working on since their 2016 release, Please, Plush returns to the spotlight with their new track, "50/50 20/20". Stereogum wrote a lil piece about the 6 minute monster and you could read about it here. Plush's split with SPORTS releases on October 20th, pre-order it here.
Still don't know how to feel about new music? Need someone to tell you how THEY feel before affirming your own opinions? Don't worry, it's all good. Peep The Fader's review of Revelationshere and don't forget to pre-order your new favorite record of 2017.
Your favorite Seattle-based supergroup, Who Is She?, is sharing their new single "Seattle Freeze" on KEXP today! If you weren't in the greater Seattle area to catch the broadcast, you could always stream it on their Bandcamp or soundcloud. Pre-order SEATTLE GOSSIP here before it's release on 10/6.
Listen to Shamir's newest track off his upcoming record Revelations today. The song itself presents the issues that seem to haunt those that grew up in the 1990s - from kids experiencing mental health issues to those who feel like we've had it against us from the start - "90's Kids" is the new millennial anthem. Pre-order Revelationshere, and watch the music video for "90's Kids" below. Father/Daughter and Shamir will donate $1 per sale through street date to the Mental Health Association of Pennsylvania.
BONUS SHAMIR OFFER: If you are one of the first 300 people to pre-order Revelations on either CD or tape, we'll throw a Shamir mask in your order for free! Don't snooze on this hot deal, y'all.