Christine & The Queens were on BBC Radio One’s Live Lounge today and did a sterling cover of Beyoncé’s ‘Sorry’ in her own style along with the ubiquitous but still-great ‘Tilted’. Check out both above and below. Super cool, super cute.
The Australian musician Chet Faker is done with his artist name you guys. Having operated for five years and having released an album Built On Glass in 2014, the Melbourne 28 year-old has announced he will revert to his more boring real birth cert name, Nick Murphy. On Facebook he said: “It’s been half a… Read more »
David Sheenan’s previous work as Vogelbat ranges from ambient beat productions to densed textured dance music. ‘Ovl’ is a new track from the Berlin-based Irish electronic producer that takes its inspiration from Portishead and Massive Attack. As such, the song has trip-hop influences with pitch-shifted and chopped vocals from Sad Mermaid. It’s delightfully discombobulating.
Follow the Nialler9 New Music playlist on Spotify. This week’s additions include new songs from all the below along with Civil Civic, Zack De La Rocha, Soulé, Kelly Lee Owens & more. This is only a selection of new music – dig into more. Check out the Songs of the week Soundcloud playlist. 1. Junior… Read more »
Australian instrumental noisemakers Civil Civic are back with some new music from their forthcoming second album Test (October 14 via Gross domestic Product). Their first back in 2011 was a Nialler9 favourite with its minimal pounding pavement rock instrumentals. ‘The Mirror’ is two and half minutes of bassline riffs, ’80s drum beats and eerie synth… Read more »
Benji B’s radio show, as I often enthuse around these parts, is a regular show I try to delve into every week – taking in hip-hop, dance, electronic, house, grime and general underground club tracks. Most weeks he has a guest of some kind whether in the studio or in the mix. This week’s is… Read more »
‘Stand On The Word’ is a song that is steeped in club culture history. The original recording was made in 1982 by Phyliss McKoy Joubert and the children of the Celstial Choir at the First Baptist Church in Crown Heights, New York. A gospel album called Somebody Prayed For This was recorded and ‘Stand On… Read more »
While his former fellow Rage Against The Machine members are leading a noble but not exactly well-thought out new project with Chuck D and Cypress Hill (a Samsung-sponsored TV event jars with the song), Zack De La Rocha’s most recent feature with Run The Jewels on ‘Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)’ has lead… Read more »
One of my regular sources for new tune check is Hype Machine’s weekly Stack feature. There are so many new tunes out there that even I need filters and Stack is a reliable one. This song came via Gorilla Vs. Bear. Surfing is a Melbourne electronic producer and ‘Real’ is an collaboration with Amanda Brown… Read more »