Embryonic is out, and this is on it. The album version features Karen O—no such luck for the still-lovely Conan performance:
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Múm member Ólöf Arnalds’ debut, Við og Við, came out three years ago in Iceland, and finally hits the States on November 17th. Here are “Klara” from the album and a cover of John Prine’s “We’re Not the Jet Set” live in the KEXP studio.
In honor of Devendra Banhart’s major label debut, What Will We Be, the musician has released an unofficial video for the album’s 13th track “Walillamdzi”. The video features images from the recording sessions, which took place this past spring in Northern California. Two of the album’s singles, “Baby” and “Angelika”, are also available for streaming via Devendra’s MySpace. What Will We Be is due out 27 October, 2009 on Warner Bros. Records; it was co-produced by Banhart and Paul Butler (from UK outfit Band of Bees).
Basement Jaxx reveals their new video for the song “Scars” from the album of the same name. With a rosebush like the plague, Basement Jaxx collaborated with Dutch Artist Jan Van Nuenen to make the video. “Scars” gushes with herbaceous fury circa 1989’s Biollante from Godzilla vs. Biollante (and yes, I did just make a Godzilla reference).
Last week Kraftwerk released a remastered discography of some of their most inspired albums: Autobahn, Radio-Activity, Trans Europe Express, The Man Machine, Computer World, Techno Pop, The Mix, and Tour de France. Beginning in the early ‘70s, Kraftwerk engineered addictive melodies and industrial beats that helped shape the sound of many relevant electronic acts today, including New Order and Hot Chip. Watch a live performance of “Computer Love” from 1981, a song that captures the melancholy of their aural tectonics.