Next week, Supersonic Festival will bring us an online extravaganza called Sofa Sonic, which will include talks with various artists including Mike Patton, Steve Von Till, Einar Selvik and A.A. Williams, as well as poetry reading, panel discussions, yoga sessions and much more.
MJ Guider will release her second album, “Sour Cherry Bell”, on September 18th via Kranky.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Oranssi Pazuzu have rescheduled their upcoming European tour to Spring of next year and announce Deaf Kids and Sturle Dagsland as special guests.
Next Spring, Revenge will embark on an European tour in promotion of their brand-new record, “Strike.Smother.Dehumanize”, which was released on May 22nd via Season of Mist. Joining the tour as special guests will be Profanatica, Misþyrming and Ultra Silvam.
Boris have announced their upcoming self-released album, “NO”, which will be available on July 3rd.
“Shame” is the name of Uniform’s upcoming LP, which will be released on September 11th via Sacred Bones.
“Mourning Jewelry” is the name of Less Bells’ second album of textural orchestrations, which will be released on August 21st via Kranky.
Review of “Stygian Bough: Volume I”, a collaboration record between Bell Witch and Aerial Ruin, which will be released on June 26th via Profound Lore Records.
March was marked by the indefinite hiatus of live shows, but the train didn’t stop when it comes to new records. Here is a compilation of some of the releases that marked the month.
Jaye Jayle has revealed a surreal and trippy video for Don’t Blame The Rain, a brand-new song from his upcoming collaboration record with Ben Chisholm, “Prisyn”, which will be released on August 7th via Sargent House.