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.
We’re happy to announce Kllo’s debut release for Ghostly with the skittering and soulful track “Bolide” – one of our favorites from the EP.
The Well Worn EP comes in a jacket designed by Michael Cina and housed in a silver-foiled jacket via the link below.
This June, Xeno & Oaklander will release their follow-up to 2014’s Par Avion, titled Topiary. You can stream the first track – the bubbling, mystical “Marble” – above, and pre-order the half-moon limited edition version of the record now.
As with Logan Takahashi’s last single, "Cella, “Rekr” again features visuals by “Shawna X”: that warps and bends with the tracks woozy synths. “Rekr” is the second preview of Logan’s solo debut NoGeo, which is still available for pre-order in both orange and black vinyl.
Celebrating the release of his debut record Crucial, Starchild & The New Romantic head out on tour this month, playing dates with Chairlift and Petite Noir.
We’ve teamed up with our longtime friend The Bunker to throw a party for Spectral Sound’s 15th anniversary. Taking place in Brooklyn later this month, the lineup includes a taste of new guard mixed amongst the names that have been around since the start.
Tickets will be available via pre-order and at the door.
Filmed at Philip Johnson’s beautiful Glass House, Mary Lattimore’s new video for “Otis Walks Into The Woods” pairs the tracks melancholy minimalism with the surreal architecture of the space and delicate choreography.
The Entrepreneurs – Monocle 24’s weekly business program – hosted Ghostly founder Sam Valenti IV this week for an interview about how Ghostly got its bearings in the tumultuous early 2000’s of the music industry as well as Ghostly’s perspective on the meeting points of music, art, and technology.
New signing Logan Takahashi (you may know him as half of NY duo Teengirl Fantasy) has just announced his debut solo LP, No Geo, to be released this April on both standard black vinyl and creamsicle orange vinyl. Stream the track above with visuals from Shawna X, who also did the album artwork.
Besides a whole lot of touring, we haven’t heard any new material from Com Truise since 2014’s Wave 1 EP. In early April, he’ll release a new EP, Silicon Tare, further continuing his sci-fi synthesizer epic. Stream the first single from the 12”, “Diffraction,” above.