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LISTEN // Night Beds Share New Song “Me, Liquor & God” via The FADER Premiere, Available On iTunes


“Gone are the guitar-driven melodies, replaced by wavy, pulsing synths that oscillate just below Yellen’s quavering, slightly processed vocal take. This isn’t Yellen’s first time going electro . . . but it’s the first time he’s done it alone, and it’s surprising how effective this approach is for him.”


The FADER on “Me, Liquor & God”

Things have been quiet on the Night Beds front for a while, but today that changes. Via The FADER exclusive premiere this morning, Night Beds shared a brand new single entitled “Me, Liquor & God” which shows a slightly new sonic direction for Winston Yellen that still showcases his beautiful voice. Hear the new sound above or here on Night Beds‘ website. While you are at it you can download the single from iTunes now.

Make sure to follow Night Beds on Facebook and Twitter as well.

WATCH // Bleached Premieres Spooky New “Love Spells” Video, Continues European Tour

Just in time for Halloween your favorite rockers, Bleached, have premiered their spooky new video for the track “Love Spells” off their debut album Ride Your Heart. The video, directed by the band members and sisters Jennifer Clavin & Jessie Clavin, features the band in costumed attire with a whole cast of creeps wandering around the forest before jamming out in a monster mosh pit. Watch it above or here on Fader.

Click read more to see Jennifer and Jessie in their Halloween costumes as kids and a Dead Oceans 2013 Halloween Mix for your celebrations today which includes “Love Spells” and a few other Bleached tracks.
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Akron/Family Win Hearts With Performance at Grand Street Bakery, Featured on All Songs Considered

What a treat! Akron/Family stopped by Brooklyn’s Grand Street Bakery for a two-song performance. Fader was there to catch the band in all their glory. You can watch “Until The Morning” above and “When I Was Young” below. Both songs are off AF’s recently released Sub Verses, available now at iTunes, SC Distribution and Amazon.

You can also check out “the brilliantly experimental folk-rock band” on the latest broadcast of NPR’s All Songs Considered. Their song “Sand Talk” is the featured track.

The Akron boys are playing Portland’s Mississippi Studios on May 22, with a handful of West Coast dates to follow. Come July, the band is headed to Europe. Check out all their tour dates HERE.

The Good Ones’ Kigali Y’ Izahabu Out Now

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It’s a really special day for us here in the Dead Oceans camp. We’re honored and humbled to release The Good Ones’ Kigali Y’ Izahabu. We’ve talked about the three Rwandan genocide survivors behind the music and the world traveling producer whose lucky encounter resulted in its recording, but at its core, it’s a record of simple acoustic love songs with undeniable melodies. And somedays, that’s all it needs to be. Its many champions would agree:

“This is an important recording not only for its stellar musical quality, but for its humanity as well” — AllMusic

“The trio’s harmonies are the key, with the voices dovetailing majestically on undulating delights like ‘Eudia’ and ‘Amargorwa y’ Abagabo.’” — Uncut, 4/5 Stars

“Unpolished and unrefined two-part harmonies rarely come more moving than on these 12 songs…These guys have been through wars and now survive on pennies — the fact that they want to sit and sing love songs for us should be enough, but the raw, emotional results are undeniably impressive.” — MOJO, 4/5 Stars

“The Good Ones’ three-man harmonies are about as slack and welcoming as any porch-recorded music you’ve heard. “Sara”…is undeniable.” — FADER

AKRON/FAMILY Performs For FADER’S Open Bar

On the eve of the release of Akron/Family’s latest masterpiece Set ‘Em Wild, Set ‘Em Free, the good people of FADER are airing a stripped-down Akron/Family performance of the tune “Woody Guthrie’s America” at New York pub Heater’s as part of its Open Bar series. Much like on the very-very-soon-to-be-released album, the band captures the mood of the times with a seemingly simple – yet transcendent – phrase: “I wanna live in Woody Guthrie’s America.” Watch the video below and read a glowing New York Times review of Set ‘Em Wild, Set ‘Em Free HERE.

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Straight by A Place To Bury Strangers
Me Liquor and God by Night Beds
Another by Greylag
Yours To Shake by Greylag
Time Between by Bear in Heaven
Start Again by Bishop Allen
Goshen '97 by Strand of Oaks
Shut In by Strand of Oaks
Dograces by Dub Thompson

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