Orchestre Poly-Rythmo’s Cotonou Club is due April 12 on Strut. It’s the West African group’s first album in 20 years, which was released 8 years before I was born. You know, because I’m 12.
Burial, Four Tet, Thom Yorke
“Ego” / “Mirror”
Burial, Four Tet, and Thom Yorke premiered both sides of their forthcoming limited 12-inch today on RinseFM (TMT News). Check ‘em (them) out below:
(via One Thirty BPM)
• Thom Yorke: http://www.myspace.com/thomyorkemusic
• Four Tet: http://www.fourtet.net
• Burial: http://www.myspace.com/burialuk
• Text: http://www.boomkat.com/labels/?id=2477
• RinseFM: http://rinse.fm
Zurich’s Disco Doom is set to release their new album, Trux Reverb, on The Static Cult. The group, which features Gabriele De Mario (guitar, vocals) and Anita Rufer (guitar, bass), is currently on a tour that includes several performances at this
stupid festival called SXSW. Check out the dates at the band’s website.
Jorma & Movie Bare
“Either You Or Me”
Jorma & Movie Bare’s Lollipop Gold is out now on St. Ives, vinyl-only and limited. Some members literally divorced while recording the album. Yikes.
Ford & Lopatin
“Channel Pressure” [preview]
Ford & Lopatin, formerly known as Games, will release Channel Pressure on June 7 via Mexican Summer/Software (TMT News). The above video is a preview for the album. WHAT ELSE WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW, MASTER??
[Photo: David Black]