David Bowie

David Bowie will release an incredible 25th studio album on January 8th, his birthday.

“Blackstar” is the title track and also the theme song for the television series The Last Panthers, a European crime drama.



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Air Traffic Controller

Boston’s Air Traffic Controller follow up 2012’s NORDO album with a new EP.

After extensive touring they returned to the studio this year, once again with producer Bleu.

From the Black Box EP, the very catchy “The House”, perfect for the forthcoming holiday season.

Air traffic Controller

The Decemberists

The Decemberists gave us the album What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World earlier this year.

As an adjunct, they now have a new EP Florasongs from the same recording session.

“Why Would I Now? is included.

The Decemberists

More The Decemberists on The Oedipus Project here.


Ought is a fascinating punk band out fo Montreal.

With the distinctive vocals by Tim Darcy the band exudes a powerful edge.

Sun Coming Down is their latest album with this song “On the Line.”


Dave Gahan & Soulsavers

Dave Gahan, lead vocalist of Depeche Mode, has released his 2nd solo album with the help of the production team Soulsavers (aka Rich Machin and Ian Glover).

Angels & Ghosts gives Gahan room to stretch himself as he is not the primary songwriter in Depeche Mode.

“All of This and Nothing” is the lead track.

Dave Gahan

Jakob Dylan and Cat Power

Echo in the Canyon was a concert that took place in Los Angeles in October.

Fiona Apple, Beck, Jakob Dylan, Cat Power, Regina Specktor and Jade Castrinos (formerly of Edward Sharpe) performed songs by The Byrds, The Beach Boys, Buffalo Springfield, The Mamas & The Papas, The Association among others to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the birth of the Southern California folk-rock scene.

Jakob Dylan teamed up with Cat Power for a great version of the Turtles hit “You Showed Me”, which was written by the Byrds’ Gene Clark and Jim McGuinn.

Echo in the Canyon

“You Showed Me”

Martin Courtney

With a bit of downtime for the band Real Estate we recently heard Ducktails, the side project of guitarist Matt Mondanile.

Now we have the first solo album from lead singer Martin Courtney.

Here are 2 from Many Moons.


“Northern Highway”



The intense female quartet Savages will soon release their sophomore album.

“The Answer” is the first single from Adore Life.



After releasing the song “Go” last year we expected a new Grimes album.

But she scraped it as it wasn’t to her liking and started over.

We now have Art Angels leading with “Flesh Without Blood”.


The Bohicas

The Bohicas are 4 young lads from England.

Definitely a band to watch as heard on their debut, “The Making Of”.

The Bohicas

“Where You At”


Real Estate guitarist Matt Mondanile’s side project is Ducktails.

The latest and 5th is entitled St. Catherine.

Here are two. The melancholy beauty of “Headbanging in the Mirror” and “Church” featuring Julia Holter.


“Headbanging in the Mirror”

“Church” (featuring Julia Holter)

Beach House

Just a couple of months ago Beach House gave us the album Depression Cherry.

Now they have released Thank Your Lucky Stars, a new album from the same recording sessions.

The darker songs were more appropriate for their own album, thus the 2nd record.

Beach House

“Sparks” from Depression Cherry

“Elegy to the Void” from Thank Your Lucky Stars

Previous Beach House here.

Hippo Campus

Hippo Campus is a young band out of Minneapolis.

They have 2 solid Eps to their name.

“Suicide Saturday” is from Bashful Creatures, and “South” from the South EP.

Hippo Campus

“Suicide Saturday”


Big Grams

Big Boi of Outkast discovered by chance the music Phantogram and this unusual collaboration was born.

They call themselves Big Grams.

Big Grams

“Lights On”

Public Image Ltd.

Johnny Rotten, provocateur, malcontent, ex-Sex Pistol and old mate, is Public Image Ltd. with an ever evolving band.

“What the World Needs Now…”, PIL’s latest (since 2012) continues with the spit and anger missing in most modern music.


“Double Trouble”

“Know Now”

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