Backed with their unique take on 80s classic ‘Lady In Red’, you can download the tracks for $0.75 each from the Cult webstore now at http://bit.ly/ReyPilaOutNow.
You can listen to both tracks on the Cult Youtube channel below too:
For more on Rey Pila, check out this rad interview http://bit.ly/MeetReyPila.
alt-J, the Mercury Prizing winning foursome from Leeds UK, will be releasing an EP of remixes titled Summer on November 25. Jim James, Dave Sitek, Odd Future’s the Internet, Ben Lovett (of Mumford & Sons), Hanz and Ben De Vries all remixed songs from the band’s debut album An Awesome Wave.
There’s seemingly something in Toronto’s water resulting in a high quantity of soulful electronic music. The latest, awesomest export is River Tiber, a 22-year old producer, singer, and visual artist whose debut EP The Star Falls drops today. Equal parts Sade and Thom Yorke, this is perfect Autumn listening.
Good Girl and The Bad Times are a brother/sister duo – Eli and Jenny Block.
Splitting life between London and New York, the pair have written and recorded two albums worth of material, accompanied by a ramshackle collective of musician and artist friends.
Today Little Spoon streams his radical new DIY pop single “Connection”. This track, following the summer jam “i fux with tha future”, is taken from his sophomore effort girl friend foreverdue out early next year.
I can’t imagine that Jet Blue is going to be using this for promo anytime soon, but here’s a new wildly trippy Major Lazer video for “Jet Blue Jet” featuring Leftside off Free The Universe bringing new meaning to the mile “high” club. Check it below:
Avec Sans are soon to be releasing new single “Shiver”. In the meantime check out the remix they did of last single “Hold On”. It’s the first time we’ve seen an original video re-envisioned to fit a remix. Both videos are by Chief Productions and Sing J Lee (Pins/Chvrches director) and both the original and the stuttering, left-field remix are audio/visual feasts.
Julian Casablancas label Cult Records presents Har Mar Superstar getting rad and romantic with Juliette Lewis on BMX bikes in the new video for “Prisoner”. Oddly Familiar. Where have I seen this before?
Check out the latest song from NYC rock and roll singer Sterling Fox. “Ghost” is a tribute to 1950s teenage tragedy ballads. Best known for having produced Lana Del Rey’s breakout hit “Video Games”, Fox is now hard at work on a full length album on his indie label Silver Scream Records. He is also featured on “Shame on Me” on the new Avicii album True.
Having just played a sold-out 3 night residency at the Macbeth, don’t miss the band showcasing material from Glow & Behold on tour this Autumn supporting their heroes, the Pixies, in October, and several shows at CMJ in New York, before embarking on a headline UK tour in November.