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Two Shell share “Digital Monsters” and “+me”

Two Shell‘s movements are those of an electronic duo that’s found a balance between keeping the underground and the extremely online sated. Their (possibly prerecorded) Boiler Room set at Primavera, for example, stoked controversy, but how could you deny that tracklist? And both their sound and aesthetic — post-hyperpop rave dressed in turn-of-the-millennium fashions pulled from an event horizon — deliver both a degree of comfort and excitement for what’s to come.

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Alison Goldfrapp announces album ‘The Love Invention’, shares hypnotic single ‘So Hard So Hot’
Alison Goldfrapp has today announced her debut solo album ‘The Love Invention’, and dropped the synth-heavy new single ‘So Hard So Hot’.The release marks the musician’s first full release as a solo artist, following her extensive career with electronic duo Goldfrapp.Set for release on May 12, the album will see the vocalist channel her love of disco and house into an 11-track LP that captures her “forward-thinking” approach to songwriting and her “reawakening as a dancefloor priestess”.Following on from launch single ‘Digging Deeper’, the vocalist also shared her new single ‘So Hard So Hot’ – a track that captures glossy synths and an intense bassline, paired with a classic house beat.Accompanying the song is the hypnotic music video, which uses a range of AI techniques to see the vocalist pulled into her fantasy environment.“I wanted to do something that had that very clubby, acid-y feeling to it,” she said of the latest track. “But I wanted lightness to come out of the chorus – there’s tension there, as well as euphoric freedom.”According to the musician, the track seeks to reflect a mythical world that is simultaneously powerful and fragile, and represents the “instability and hope of transitional states”.Alison Goldfrapp is also set to play a series of live shows in the UK.
Listen to Yves Tumor’s disillusioned new track ‘Parody’
Yves Tumor has released new song ‘Parody’, the final single from new album ‘Praise a Lord Who Chews but Which Does Not Consume (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds)’, out tomorrow (March 17).The melancholy track follows single ‘Echolalia’, ‘God Is a Circle’ and ‘Heaven Surrounds Us Like a Hood’.“Send your face and name on a postcard a / parody of a pop star / you behaved like a monster,” the musician sings as the track progresses to a dramatic electric guitar fill. “What makes you feel so important / can you spell it out for us / run it back in slow motion.”Listen to ‘Parody’ below.The musician’s new album, released via Warp, will follows 2020’s ‘Heaven To A Tortured Mind’, and is produced by Noah Goldstein (Frank Ocean, Rosalía).Find the full tracklist for ‘Praise to a Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds)’ below and pre-order/ pre-save here.1. ‘God Is a Circle’2. ‘Lovely Sewer’3. ‘Meteora Blues’4. ‘Interlude’5. ‘Parody’6. ‘Heaven Surrounds Us Like a Hood’7. ‘Operator’8. ‘In Spite of War’9. ‘Echolalia’10. ‘Fear Evil Like Fire’11. ‘Purified by the Fire’12. ‘Ebony Eye’They are set to debut a new live show at Coachella next month, which takes places from April 14 to 16 and April 21 to 23 in Indio California.