My Education are ramping up to release their newest album, Schiphol, very soon on March 3rd via Headbump Records. Today, they've premiered a new video for their stunning track, "Class A," over at FLOOD Magazine, which you should definitely check out. The instrumental progressive track is accompanied by scenes of wandering the world and the music implores you to do the same with its winding changes in tempo and swells and ebbs of gorgeous instrumentation. Check it out below and be sure to go preorder Schiphol from Headbump Records.
Omega Vague is the solo project of the ever-prolific Craig Douglas, whose work spans many genres including dreampop, shoegaze, and darkwave. With a new LP slated for April 28 release, Douglas shared a new single today via Somewherecold, who said it "recalls the hazy days of Pink Floyd mixed with the electronic prowess of M83."
Athens/Atlanta band Oak House will see the release of their sophomore LP April 7, and today they've shared a new cut from the album. "Cut that Out" is Part 1 of frontman Gresham Cash's Kafka-inspired dream and Consequence of Sound has the premiere.
"Experimental and visceral, the song pulls together an alien melody from the ether, and you can experience it below." - Ben Kaye for CoS