After another few days on being away from technology in all internet-based forms (besides from the occasional use of mobile internet to check for important emails/football results) I’m once again leaving you in the more then capable hands of the Rormix team to guide you through this Tuesday morning. Download Rormix, it’s worth it. I don’t get paid for this, I genuinely think it’s good! Anyway, here are your picks for this week;
Late 2011 saw the release of the darker, mostly instrumental Horror Tour EP around the band’s fall tour of Eastern Europe; Record Store Day 2012 brought a limited edition LP Mazes Remixed which featured remixes by the likes of Sonic Boom, Psychic Ills, and Purling Hiss. Now Moon Duo are set to release Circles, their second full-length LP with Souterrain Transmissions. The band will also set off on a worldwide tour in support of the album in October and November.
Zola Jesus – Fall Back
In the last three years, Nika Roza Danilova has gone from being an outsider, experimental, teenage noise-maker to a fully-fledged, internationally-celebrated, electronic-pop musician. She has emerged as a figurehead — a self-produced, self-designed, self-taught independent woman.
We’re really excited to feature her video ‘Fall Back’, which was the first single from her album ‘Versions’ to be transformed into a video. Allie Avatal directed the intense, black and white video, which features Nika surrounded by stone structures and desolated woods with fire and water flowing around her.
And you’ll be hearing something from me a little later on today… Click the images for the videos, but you’re smart enough to have worked that out!