Category Archives: Streams

Early March we brought you the news of the new Junior Boys album, It’s All True. Accompanying that news was the first single from it titled ‘ep’, followed very closely by ‘Bannan Ripple’ – both tracks created much anticipation for this release here at acid stag HQ. Today, we are very freaking excited to be able to give […]

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Sydney’s WIM have just rolled out their self-titled debut LP, and the good folk over at Modular have made it available for streaming. WIM have aspired to meld and cross-reference a variety of genres, channeling the muso stylings of Simon & Garfunkel to Neil Young and adapting it to a more contemporary sound likened to that of Grizzly Bear and […]

Victor Klyuchnikov is Russian electro producer Cosmonaut Grechko and he has just released his brand new EP Alaska 2100. Cosmonaut Grechko likes to nurture young talent by enlisting new artists to remix his tunes. Upcoming UK producer Blue Satellite is a prime example – he remixed Grechko’s track ‘Singin’ which made its way onto the Alaska 2100 EP and was also featured […]

American psychedelic-rock veterans My Morning Jacket are dropping album six this week and we have the entire thing for you to check out right now. As you will hear for yourself, the record has a suitably ambitious array of rock epics and grand ballads that we have all come to expect and admire from Jim James and […]

The wait is over! Listen to LP 7, Codes and Keys from indie-rock veterans Death Cab for Cutie – the follow-up to 2008’s Narrow Stairs. From intro track ‘Home Is A Fire’ to the album’s closing notes on ‘Stay Young, Go Dancing’ it’s an album that current fans will be very pleased with as well as gain the band […]

Californian indie art-pop crew Fol Chen have reworked ‘I Walked’ – the track from Asthmatic Kitty label-mate Sufjan Stevens‘ recent outstanding release, Age Of Adz. The track features singer-songwriter Simone White lending her vocal talents:   Mobile users, click here to listen. We also have the group’s recent 2010 LP, Part II: The New December. When you are done, click on the buy button […]

A while back, Liverpool-based electropop outfit Ladytron announced their fifth studio album, Gravity the Seducer. Check out the first single to fall out of it titled ‘White Elephant’:   Mobile users, click here to listen. Gravity the Seducer is out September 13 via Ladytron.com. – Back in March, Ladytron dropped a best-of compilation simply called, Best Of Ladytron: 00-10 which you […]

Janine Rostron is Planningtorock and her sophomore LP W is due out later this week. Ahead of its official release, you can listen to it in its entirety below – big ups to DFA Records and Hype Machine. ▶ Mobile phone users Planningtorock has announced a few live shows this coming May and July in Germany and London, check out the dates HERE. Get […]

The much anticipated debut album from indie synth-pop trio Foster The People titled Torches will be unleashed around the globe later this week. Hailing from California, the crew started playing together in Autumn ’09 and by the beginning of 2011 had released their Foster The People EP featuring the killer tracks: ‘Pumped Up Kicks’, ‘Houdini’ and ‘Helena Beat’. Soon after, […]

Melbourne-based indie-dance crew Strange Talk joined forces only in February this year. The guys formed due to a shared interest as to what would result from their combined creative juices.

Danish electro-dance trio, WhoMadeWho, serve up bangin’ rhythms and pulsating bass lines with new LP, Knee Deep. Check out the music video for the album’s first single, ‘Every Minute Alone’, which featured in a recent edition of Music + Video =: You can stream Knee Deep in its wholeness, courtesy of 3voor12. – The trio dropped their self-titled debut in […]

Brooklyn’s indie-dream pop crew The Antlers have a new release on the way going by the name of Burst Apart. I imagine producing a follow-up album to 2009’s amazing and emotionally driven release, Hospice, would be quite a feat. But on first, second and now third listen, it seems they have accomplished all this plus more. Here […]

Africa HiTech are Mark Pritchard (of Harmonic 313/Global Communications/countless more psuedonyms fame) and Steve Spacek (of Spacek fame and notable Dilla collaborator). They began bonding over their shared passion for Detroit techno, soul and fierce Jamaican digital dancehall. Their debut album 93 Million Miles was officially released yesterday (May 9) and can be streamed entirely below: […]

Without a doubt, Pala, the sophomore album from Friendly Fires was one of our most anticipated albums of 2011. By now, you would have already heard first single and opening track ‘Live Those Days Tonight’. More recently, ‘Blue Cassette’ and ‘Hawaiian Air’ were released for our aural pleasure. The vibes their tracks give off somehow manages to make […]

Avant-electro Brooklynites Gang Gang Dance released their fifth studio album yesterday, Eye Contact. Its 11 minute opening track ‘Glass Jar’ is epic to say the least – synthy, dreamy, undeniably atmospheric and addictive, sucking you right in until that very last second. You can stream the entire album now courtesy of 3voor12. Before you head over there though, wrap your ears and […]