The Wild Now premiere new video on PopDust

The Wild Now have shared the first video from their upcoming EP over at PopDust. The Austin duo stars in the hypnotizing video for "Run For Your Life," and the track is a catchy pop tune with infectious guitar riffs and sugary vocals-- you'll be hard pressed to keep still when the band launches into the chorus. Go spend three minutes and watch the magical video from the band and be sure you're ready for the release of the EP Afterglow, which will be out May 19th. 

FLOOD Magazine premieres new video from My Education

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 share first single from Aversion/Reversion

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."

Oak House share new track at CoS

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

Desert Culture Premiere "Elva" at Impose

Austin band, Desert Culture, just premiered their brand new single, "Elva" over at Impose Magazine. The track is a blend of surf with garage rock undertones that give it a bit of a bite through the laid back vibes. Catchy guitar riffs wash over you from the instant you press play and keep rolling through whole track, while the "relaxing--yet somehow haunting" vocals make you want to kick it beachside with a cold drink in your hand. Take a listen and be sure you're ready to catch more waves with Desert Culture's new album, They're Not Gone, which is out April 28th. 

TW Walsh debuts "Monterrey" video at Nowness

It was this time last year that we were celebrating the release of TW Walsh's Fruitless Research, the long awaited follow-up to 2011's Songs of Pain and Leisure. Today we're pleased to share a brand new video for album standout "Monterrey," directed by the mega-talented Henry Kaplan. 

Appropriate for Valentine's Day, the video premiered on Nowness earlier this week and tells a story of young love in the days before cell phones.