Stream Camp Cope’s Georgia Maq’s Debut Solo Album Pleaser

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Camp Cope were responsible for one of the best albums of 2018 with How To Socialise & Make Friends and bandleader Georgia Maq is emerging at the very end of this year with a surprise new solo album, Pleaser. Maq has put out some music under her own name … More »

The 200 Best Songs Of The 2010s

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When this decade began, MP3s still reigned supreme. Now, at the end of it, a song is no longer even a file — it’s ephemera, on every streaming service and available to hear in myriad ways. For better and worse, the song (and the single) have become the norm for the general public’s music consumption. More »

Katie Dey – “dissolving” Video

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Australian artist Katie Dey surprise-released a new album of otherworldly, warping synth tunes, solipsisters, back in May. One of the standout songs from the record, “dissolving,” immediately caught our attention when it dropped. As luck would have it, Dey has seen fit to release a stunning new video for the reverberant track. In … More »

Stream Katie Dey’s Surprise Album solipsisters

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Back in 2016, Katie Dey released her debut album, Flood Network, and the Australian experimental pop artist has kept up a steady stream of activity since, between compilation one-offs and a long series of covers and, of course, her collaborative album with Devi McCallion, SomeMore »

Stream Devi McCallion & Katie Dey’s Collaborative Album Some New Form Of Life

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Devi McCallion & Katie Dey - Some New Form Of LifeKatie Dey and Devi McCallion might live on opposite sides of the world, but thanks to the power of the internet that hasn’t stopped them from working together. Today, they’re releasing their first collaborative album, Some New Form Of Life. Dey is the Australian experimentalist whose 2016 album, Flood Network, made our best-of … More »

Katie Dey – “Dr Strangeluv” (Blonde Redhead Cover)

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Katie Dey has been blessing us with some out-there covers to bide the time as we wait for the follow-up to 2016’s Flood Network. Over the last few months, the Australian musician has taken on the Notwist, Coma Cinema, Portishead, Lisa Germano, and Girls Rituals. Her latest … More »

Stream Trans Forever: Out Of Flux With The Universe Mixtape Feat. New Songs From Katie Dey, Girls Rituals, & More

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Dizzy of the Toronto experimental pop project Girls Rituals has spent the past few months rounding up an expansive group of artists to contribute to a new mixtape that was just released, called Trans Forever: Out Of Flux With The Universe. In her words, it’s “the most legendary mixtape of trans and … More »

Katie Dey – “Magic Doors” (Portishead Cover)

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“how long can i distract myself from finishing my album by recording covers,” Katie Dey asked in a recent tweet. Well, Katie, while a follow-up to 2016’s excellent Flood Network would be very much appreciated, as long as your covers keep being this good, you can do whatever the hell you want. More »

Katie Dey – “Sad World” (Coma Cinema Cover)

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Over the last couple months, Australian pop deconstructionist Katie Dey has been releasing tracks on her Soundcloud, from new originals (“Data“) to old covers (the Notwist) to newer covers, like last week’s take on Girls Rituals’ “Treat Me Like A Doll.” Her latest is a version of Coma Cinema’s … More »

Katie Dey – “Data”

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Katie Dey shared a new track called “Data” over the weekend, one of the few new songs we’ve gotten from the Australian electronic artist since 2016’s Flood Network. It’s a gorgeous fractured piano ballad where Dey stretches her vocals to the breaking point of their upper register, with the echoes cracking and disintegrating through … More »