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ACID STAG RADIO: January Week Two

Tune in to acid stag radio each Monday as we showcase some of the best tracks we’ve shared on the… [more]

ACID STAG RADIO: January Week Two ACID STAG RADIO: January Week Two

Bonobo – ‘Migration’ [Stream]

First week back after a much needed break and Bonobo drops his incredible new album 'Migration', setting… [more]

Bonobo – ‘Migration’ [Stream] Bonobo - 'Migration' [Stream]

Interview with Basement Jaxx, for Electric Gardens 2017

I’ve been a fan of Basement Jaxx since the late 90s and for those of you too young to know who they… [more]

Interview with Basement Jaxx, for Electric Gardens 2017 Interview with Basement Jaxx, for Electric Gardens 2017

Non-MixTape Remixes 159

Each week we receive hundreds of very cool remixes by artists from all around the world, whether they’re… [more]

Non-MixTape Remixes 159 Non-MixTape Remixes 159

StéLouse – ‘Lovers (ft. BRAVE)’

Electro-house producer StéLouse has a nice little treat for us this week called 'Lovers', which has… [more]

StéLouse – ‘Lovers (ft. BRAVE)’ StéLouse - 'Lovers (ft. BRAVE)'

Belgium’s electro-dance pop rockers GOOSE are back with a new album nearly four years on from their debut release Bring It On. Now they present to us Synrise – an album of strong dance tracks with classic pop song structures, heavily influenced by 70’s space-disco rock with a dash of 80’s movie soundtracks. Check out […]

We had the pleasure of talking with Danish producer Anders Trentemøller ahead of his Australian tour this summer and in promotion of his latest LP release Into The Great Wide Yonder.

Earlier this year, Seattle singer-songwriter Perfume Genius (aka Mike Hadreas) released his amazingly beautiful debut album, Learning. This week sees the release of a CD-reissue of the album that features a new cardboard slipcase with new artwork along with a coupon entitling you to downloads of three new tracks: ‘Dreeem’, ‘Your Drum’ and ‘Divine Faxes’. Take a listen to ‘Dreeem’:  […]

This week experimental producer Flying Lotus, accompanied by bassist Stephen ‘Thundercat’ Bruner of Suicidal Tendencies and saxophonist Ravi Coltrane performed a live session on BBC’s Radio 1 with Giles Peterson. You can check out the set here courtesy of Some Kind Of Awesome, which opens with an interview and even includes a gorgeous new track called ‘Golden Axe’. Flying Lotus will be […]

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Adelaidean songstress Sia Furler has leaked two never before heard tracks via her Twitter page today. Download both of the lush tunes for free here: ‘Bye Bye Bye‘ ‘The Corner‘ You can catch Sia on her upcoming Australian national tour and at the 2011 Big Day Out Festivals. The ‘We Are Born’ tour will touch down in […]

New York nu-disco dance-punk group Hercules and Love Affair are to release Blue Songs, the follow-up to their 2008 self-titled debut LP. Take a listen to the first single ‘My House’: Also, here’s the music video to a track you may remember from their debut album that features Antony Hegarty from Antony & The Johnsons on vocals: Blue Songs […]

On November 15th, the Church of St. Paul The Apostle in Manhattan, New York hosted premiere performance pieces by two members of Sigur Rós and Alex Somers as part of the White Light Festival: Credo.  The first half of the night saw two contemporary pieces from Sigur Rós keyboardist Kjartan Sveinsson titled ‘Cage a Swallow Can’t You but you Can’t Swallow a Cage’ and ‘Credo‘ performed […]

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A few weeks ago we revealed the release of Go Live, a multimedia package chronicling Jónsi’s incredible 2010 solo live performances around the world. The package includes a couple of previously unreleased tracks and Jónsi is now offering a FREE download to one of those tracks, all he asks in return is that you ‘Like’ him on Facebook. […]

Indie alternative-rock Queen PJ Harvey is back with her eigth studio album titled Let England Shake. The LP was recorded in an old English church in her home town, along with longstanding recording collaborators John Parish and Australian-born Mick Harvey, who is best known for his long-time collaboration with the legendary Nick Cave. Take a listen to the […]

American folk-rock singer/songwriter Iron & Wine is back with his fourth studio album Kiss Each Other Clean, which will be available from 25th January 2011. Ahead of this he has released the first single from the album ‘Walking Far From Home’:    The single is available now through all good music outlets and you can get more info, […]

It’s been just over a year since UK electro duo Simian Mobile Disco released their second studio album Temporary Pleasure, and now they are serving us Delicacies. The album has a more techno-based sound which is possibly more unique than anything they have done in the past. Each of the nine tracks from Delicacies takes on the name of an […]

Maximum Balloon has just released a deluxe edition of the outstanding self-titled debut album from earlier this year. It’ll feature two brand-spanking new songs plus two new remixes of ‘Groove Me’. Take a listen to one of the new tracks which has been made available by Some Kind Of Awesome. ‘Lovely View’: You can get […]

Mogwai return with their 7th studio album, Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will. Take a listen to the Scottish post-rockers’ first single titled ‘Rano Pano’ – a five-minute instrumental track: Mobile users, click here to listen. The single will be available on 18th January via Sub Pop and the LP will hit stores on 14th February.   

Last Saturday night, indie megastar Sufjan Stevens performed an amazingly elaborate live show on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon that just gave us at acid stag goosebumps. With angel wings attached, neon stripes, and a sideways rave-kid visor, Sufjan and his backup band and dancers worked through a choreographed version of the Age of Adz’s track ‘Too Much’. Check […]

Damon Albarn and his Gorillaz accompanied by singer Daley, performed a live set at the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge over the weekend. The set featured stripped-down acoustic takes of new single ‘Doncamatic’ with Daley on vocals, followed by a version of ‘On Melancholy Hill’ as well as a very sublte cover of The xx’s ‘Crystalised’. Doncamatic: On Melancholy […]