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CMU’s One Liners: BadBadNotGood and Ghostface Killah collaborations, iamamiwhoami, Future Brown and other goodness

By | Published on Monday 12 January 2015

Ghostface Killah

Other notable announcements and developments today…

• BadBadNotGood and Ghostface Killah have put up a track from their forthcoming collaborative album, ‘Sour Soul’, on YouTube. It also features Doom and is called ‘Ray Gun’. Here it is.

• Shabazz Palaces has shared a new animated video for ‘Forerunner Foray’, created by Sub Pop labelmate Chad VanGaalen. Have a watch here.

• iamamiwhoami will release a DVD version of their audiovisual album ‘Blue’ on 17 Feb. It’ll feature ten videos shown on YouTube last year, as well as additional material, and will also be available on demand through Vimeo. Details here.

• Swervedriver will release a new album called ‘I Wasn’t Born To Lose You’ on 3 Mar. It’s their first for eighteen years, which I guess makes it a big deal, or something.

• The Acid have shared the video for their new single ‘Ghost’. The tracks is the third single from the debut album by the trio, Adam Freeland, Steve Nalepa and Ry X. Watch here.

• We’re probably not going to highlight all 52 of these for you, but the second weekly ‘postcard’ from Jens Lekman is out.

• One of CMU’s Artists Of The Year last year, St Vincent is going to release a ‘deluxe’ edition of her latest album, featuring five bonus tracks – one previously unreleased, the others just slightly hard to come by in physical form. It’ll be out on 9 Feb.

• Heems, MC formerly of Das Racist, will release his debut solo album, ‘Eat, Pray, Thug’, in March. It features Dev Hynes, amongst other people. Here is a track that is called ‘Sometimes’.

• The very much approved Future Brown will headline the ICA On 19 Feb, just ahead of the release of their debut album. Tickets here.

• Grouper will play the St John Sessions at St John At Hackney Church on 23 Apr, performing a new set of songs, ambient sound and field recordings with original films by Paul Clipson. Tickets here.

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