We’ve been slowly revealing pieces of Kllo’s Well Worn EP – from the warm, moody tones of “Bolide” to the twinkling synths of “Walls to Build” – and now you can now stream it a week early over at Spotify. Well Worn is out next week and can be pre-ordered at The Ghostly Store.
We’re excited to announce Black Marble as the newest addition to the Ghostly family, and even more excited to do it with the ear-worm of a track, “Iron Lung.” Stream it above in anticipation of the record, It’s Immaterial, out at the end of September.
TOBACCO released his – for lack of a better adjective, very TOBACCO-esque – video for the first track on the upcoming Sweatbox Dynasty, “Human Om.” Stream the video above.
Listen to Tycho’s new track, “Division,” via Soundcloud.
Our Ghostly curator page is now live at Apple Music and full of playlists from ourselves and our artists. Follow us for freshly updated playlists including new releases, office favorites, and guest spots from artists and friends.
Logan Takahashi’s new video, which Thump describes as “a hazy, creepy mini-masterpiece,” is out now. Directed by Theo Anthony, the video mirrors the track’s pulsing rhythms with flashing neons and cryptic messages.
Hot on the heels of Mouth to Mouth 10 release, Matthew Dear announced yesterday his first full length under the Audion moniker since 2005’s Suckfish. Alpha will be released this summer on K7, but until then you can revisit reinterpretations of the classic “Mouth to Mouth” below.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from TOBACCO, but he’s back in full force with the track “Gods in Heat” from his upcoming LP Sweatbox Dynasty, which lands later this summer.
The “Marble” video, starring Xeno & Oaklander’s own Liz Wendelbo & Sean McBride, debuted on NPR Music today. The video features the two of them interacting with a variety of cameras (and cameras within cameras), while Godardesque snippits of lyrics strobe across the screen.