Posts Tagged ‘Destroyer’

Dan Bejar has announced that his thirteenth album as Destroyer, titled Have We Met, will be released on 31st January via Dead Oceans. To coincide, a London headline show at Village Underground has been announced for 5th May, with more tour news to follow.

The first single is Crimson Tide, a six-minute journey that sits rightfully alongside previous Destroyer epics. In typical Bejar fashion, it is a melancholy mover, whisked along by a driving beat, rumbling bass and whimsical piano, it comes as the band’s first new song since 2017’s Ken.

You can watch the cinematic video to accompany it below.

 

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  1. Ty Segall – Meaning
  2. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Crumbling Castle
  3. Destroyer – Cover From The Sun
  4. Chris Stapleton – Millionaire
  5. Blitzen Trapper – Dance With Me
  6. Hans Chew – Give Up The Ghost
  7. Trance Farmers – Witches

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Spray Paint with Ben Mackie – Friendly Moving Man
  2. Wavves – The Lung
  3. Destroyer – Tinseltown Swimming In Blood
  4. Nervous Dater – Bad Spanish
  5. Holiday Ghosts – Can’t Bear To Be Boring
  6. The Lemon Twigs – Why Didn’t You Say That
  7. Joana Serrat – Trapped In The Fog
  8. Pansies – Feels Like Yesterday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Queens of the Stone Age – The Evil Has Landed
  2. Wand – Bee Karma
  3. The National – Carin’ At The Liquor Store
  4. Destroyer – Sky’s Grey
  5. Prophets Of Rage – Radical Eyes
  6. Trance Farmers – Speed Racer
  7. Beachtape – Slow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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best of the weekHere we are again, another week older, and another week of new tunes to discover. This is our regular round-up of some of the best tracks of the past seven days.

  1. Alex Bleeker And The Freaks – The Rest
  2. The Futurebirds – Deadbeat Hits
  3. Destroyer – Times Square
  4. Wavves – Heavy Metal Detox
  5. Jacuzzi Boys – Sun
  6. Bueno – Babyface
  7. Zachary Cale – Blue Moth
  8. Hamilton Leithauser & Paul Maroon – How And Why
  9. Fidlar – Drone
  10. Blank Realm – Palace of Love

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Nine new, and excellent, songs from the past seven days neatly packaged for your listening pleasure.

1. Jeffrey Lewis – Train Song
2. The Sandwitches – Our Toast
3. Ultimate Painting – Break The Chain
4. John Vanderslice – Midnight Blue
5. Destroyer – Dream Lover
6. Heather Woods Broderick – Wyoming
7. DRINKS – Hermits On Holiday
8. Spoon – TV Set (Cramps cover)
9. Nots – Virgin Mary

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Mojo's New Order Covers CD. The free Mojo magazine cover CD this month is a reworking of New Order’s classic Power, Corruption & Lies album.

It features artists such as Fujiya & Miyagi, The Golden Filter, Errors and Tarwater amongst others, with their covers of the eight tracks that made up the original album. As a bonus the Blue Monday 12″ is also revisited and includes covers of the five tracks that made up that iconic release.

Here are a couple of our favourites from Destroyer and S.C.U.M taking on Leave Me Alone and 568 respectively.

You can buy the magazine at any decent newsagents.

Download Destroyer – Leave Me Alone mp3 (from Power, Corruption & Lies Covered)

Download S.C.U.M – 568 mp3 (from Power, Corruption & Lies Covered)