Slime’s new album Company will be released on August 14 via Weird World (home to fellow pop experimentalists How To Dress Well, Jaakko Eino…Read More
Melody’s Echo Chamber has announced the release of ‘Crystallized’ – the next single to be taken from Parisian Melody Prochet’s eponymous debut album, released late last year to great excitement by us right here at Weird World. Recorded with Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker in Perth in the Summer of 2012, ‘Crystallized’ is one of the numerous highlights of that record – a frenetic, scorched pop song that vividly demonstrates Prochet’s talent for blurring the lines between her classically trained ear for melody and penchant for experimental sonics.
The digital single, released March 18th, will come backed with an unreleased gem in the form of ‘Je Me Perds de Vue’ – a track that originally appeared reversed and warped on Prochet’s debut as the spiraling and transportive instrumental ‘IsThatWhatYouSaid.’ Now restored to its former glory, ‘Je Me Perds de Vue’ reveals itself as another romantic, celestial ear-worm in the Melody’s Echo Chamber arsenal to rival ‘Crystallized’ itself or former single ‘I Follow You‘.
New York based multi-media artist Sean Schuster-Craig, AKA Jib Kidder, has shared another glimpse of Teaspoon To The Ocean, his debut release for Weird…Read More
Hookworms, the Leeds five-piece mix power with finesse in the studio, each revolution of their visceral protopunk-wired repetition rock an exercise in nuance versus…Read More
On their sophomore record The Hum, Leeds psych-rockers Hookworms tighten up their sound for a record full of punky highs. As disciples of subtle…Read More
Hookworms’ new studio album The Hum is slated for release on November 10th. It arrives eighteen months after Pearl Mystic, a record that made…Read More
Peaking Lights have today shared the Robbie Simon-directed animated video for ‘Everyone and Us’, a track from the Los Angeles-base duo’s recently released new album Cosmic Logic. The bubbling, android Naïve Melody of ‘Everyone And Us’ follows the delirious digi-dub of previous single ‘Breakdown’and heralds the return of the band to Europe for their first string of shows:Read More
LA’s Peaking Lights, the husband-wife duo of Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis, release their fourth full-length album ‘Cosmic Logic’ next Tuesday in the United States. The album is now streaming for a limited time via the Cosmic Logic website. Cosmic Logic’ will be available on CD, deluxe LP including a limited edition bonus 12”:Read More
LA’s Peaking Lights are set to release ‘Cosmic Logic’, their new studio album, on October 7th in North America. They’ve already shared first single “Breakdown” and today follow that song with another cut from the record entitled “Everyone and Us”Read More
Described by the band’s bassist MB as their attempt at “a really minimal two-note rager”, “On Leaving” is six minutes of controlled power, the muscular drumming of new drummer JN gradually clambering up the notches through each repetition of the Leeds’ five-piece’s growling repeato-rock. Refusing to:Read More
As announced a fortnight ago, Los Angeles duo Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis, AKA Peaking Lights, are preparing to release their new album ‘Cosmic Logic’ through Weird World on October 7th 2014. Today, the duo share the official video for first single:Read More
Hookworms today announce The Hum, a new studio album due for release on Tuesday, November 11. The Hum comes eighteen months after the band’s debut album Pearl Mystic. The Hum will be available in vinyl, CD, and digital formats. There is also a,Read More
Los Angeles duo Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis, AKA Peaking Lights will release new album Cosmic Logic through Weird World on October 6th 2014. First single ‘Breakdown’ comes out on the same day. Vivid, nocturnal and sensual, the eleven lean and lithe:Read More