Two days of music and commentary streaming this weekend.
Natasha Khan strums a solitary guitar.
The 2016 Mercury Prize shortlist of albums has just been announced. This year’s list of nominated albums includes Bat For Lashes, David Bowie, Savages, ANOHNI and Radiohead. Check out the full list below. The Hyundai Mercury Prize is awarded to the best British album of the year, as voted on by a panel of music […]
On Friday, Bat for Lashes released her new album The Bride, which is our current Album of the Week, and Natasha Khan & Co. made an appearance on BBC 6 Music‘s Live Lounge yesterday to perform some songs from the album. The band performed two songs, “In God’s House,” which you can watch below, and […]
Today’s another new release Friday, and one that comes before we in the U.S. get a long weekend to sleep in, maybe have a barbecue with friends or family, and celebrate our nation’s founding. And what better way to say “hooray America!” than to spend some cash at your local record shop. The list of […]
On July 1, Natasha Khan, aka Bat For Lashes, releases her new album The Bride. The album is a concept-based work about a woman who’s fiancé is killed in a car accident the day their wedding is supposed to take place. Khan has already released several tracks from the album, including “In God’s House,” “Joe’s […]
More new music from Bat For Lashes continue to trickle in. Just last week Natasha Khan released the video for “Sunday Love,” from her upcoming album The Bride (out July 1). Prior to that, she released the haunting, gothic dirge “In God’s House.” Today, Khan has released a stream of new track “Joe’s Dream.” Unfortunately, […]
In July, Bat For Lashes will release new album The Bride. Natasha Khan has already shared a pair of new tracks from the album, including the pulsing goth-pop of “In God’s House” and before that she released “I Do.” Today, she’s released a video for the third single from the album, “Sunday Love.” The track […]
Listen to "Helelyos."
Possible clue for new album title: "_EX _ITC_"
Plus Charli XCX with Simon LeBon, and Kanye West reworks a Lorde tune.
Electro art-pop mania!
Plus stop-motion seascapes!