The Brian Jonestown Massacre
“Let’s Go Fucking Mental”

Who Killed Sgt. Pepper? is released February 23 on Anton Newcombe’s A Records.

• Brian Jonestown Massacre: http://myspace.com/brianjonestownmassacre

Toro Y Moi

“Blessa”

Toro Y Moi is releasing Causers of This next Tuesday (February 2) on Carpark.

• Toro Y Moi: http://toroymoi.blogspot.com
• Carpark: http://www.carparkrecords.com

Animal Collective

ODDSAC (trailer)

Animal Collective’s ODDSAC (directed by Danny Perez and Animal Collective) premieres tonight at the Sundance Film Festival, but you can check out a trailer for the movie here:

ODDSAC: http://www.oddsac.com
• Animal Collective: http://www.myanimalhome.net

Joanna Newsom

“‘81”

As we recently reported over at TMT News, Joanna Newsom’s triple LP, Have One On Me, is due February 23. Check out the track “‘81” streaming at Drag City (in the upper-right corner).

• Drag City: http://www.dragcity.com

Florent Ghys

“Clignotants” and “Coma Carus”

French composer Florent Ghys has created some videos to coincide with the release of his new EP, Baroque Tardif: Soli, released today, digitally and physically, on the venerable Cantaloupe Music, home to the equally venerable Bang On A Can family. Check them out. NOW.

“Clignotants”:

“Coma Carus”:

• Florent Ghys: http://www.florentghys.com
• Cantaloupe: http://cantaloupemusic.com

Oneohtrix Point Never

“Russian Mind”

Oneohtrix Point Never made #4 on our Favorite 50 Albums of 2009. Here’s why:

From Daniel Lopatin (a.k.a. Oneohtrix Point Never):

The physicality of Nate’s work is what grabbed me, and the ways in which his videos seem to creep into your nervous system and trigger a wealth of retinal datatrash which is completely ancillary to the raw visual content presented in the videos on their own. In other words what you’re experiencing is the pooled reality of your own internal psychedelic engine and Nate’s. This isn’t unlike the binaural brainwave effect of certain OPN recordings. Also I think that on some level, we’re both invested in the idea that artistic pejoratives are largely contextual, and that by embedding fully-formed or culturally codified styles and technologies into our own personal systems, we strive to go beyond whats implicit about them historically.

Check out “Russian Mind” on Rifts, out now on No Fun Productions.

• Oneohtrix Point Never: http://www.myspace.com/pointnever
• No Fun Productions: http://www.nofunproductions.com

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