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Stream Dean Hurley’s Anthology Resource Vol. 1 for Free

Dean Hurley, the sound and music supervisor for Twin Peaks: The Return, has shared a free stream of Anthology Resource Vol. 1, out now on Sacred Bones.

The album serves as a companion piece to Twin Peaks official soundtrack. Hurley had a small role as the drummer for Trouble, the fictitious band featured in episode five. He’s been working extensively with David Lynch for the last 12 years. He also co-wrote and produced four albums with Lynch as well as producing records by Lykke Li, Dirty Beaches, Zola Jesus, and The Veils.


Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Marching Church’s ‘King of Song’

Marching Church have shared the video for ‘King of Song’ from their latest release the World is not Enough; out now on Posh Isolation in the UK/Europe, Big Love Records in Japan and Sacred Bones in North America and the rest of the world.

The Catherine Pattinama Coleman-directed video features the band’s members dancing using improvised moves and displaying cheeky behavior.

“A throne is only a bench covered with velvet but how can you say there is no Marching Church when you hear the birds singing these beautiful songs you didn’t make?” frontman Elias Bender Rønnenfelt said in a statement.

Catch Marching Church on the following dates;

Apr 7, 2015: Los Angeles, CA @ Jewel’s Catch One (w/ Gun Outfit, Them Are Us Too)

Apr 9, 2015: London, UK @ Birthdays

Apr 11, 2015: Paris, FR @ Le Monseigneur
Apr 17, 2015: Copenhagen, DK @ Salon Pissoir

1 Living in Doubt (4:37)
2 King of Song (4:48)
3 Hungry for Love (6:59)
4 Your Father’s Eyes (7:38)
5 Calling Out a Name (6:33)
6 Every Child (Portrait of Wellman Braud) (3:52)
7 Up a Hill (8:59)
8 Dark End of the Street (5:36)


Pop. 1280 Announce New 7″

Pop. 1280 have announced their new limited edition seven-inch ‘Penetrate’. They’ve shared a free stream of ‘Krankenschwester’ from the single;

The single explores the themes of the sexualization of war, the violence of live and asks if the human species has truly evolved. It’s limited to 300 copies and it is available through Sacred Bones website.

The band worked with Andrew Chugg in the Population Control Center and were recorded as part of the first batch of songs from the band’s as yet untitled third album, due out in fall 2015. Pop. 1280 also announced the dates of their upcoming European tour;

Jan 15, 2015: Brooklyn, NY – Saint Vitus (w/ Bootblacks, Anasazi)
Jan 21, 2015: Amsterdam, NL – OCCII
Jan 22, 2015: Groningen, NL – Vera
Jan 23, 2015: London, UK – Shacklewell Arms
Jan 24, 2015: Antwerp, BE – Het Bos
Jan 25, 2015: Nantes, FR – Les Ateliers Des Bitche
Jan 26, 2015: Paris, FR – La Maroquinerie
Jan 27, 2015: Bordeaux, FR – TBA
Jan 28, 2015: Oviedo, ES – La Lata De Zinc
Jan 29, 2015: Madrid, ES – Siroco
Jan 30, 2015: Barcelona, ES – Sidecar
Jan 31, 2015: San Sebastian, ES – Lurrazpiko Festa
Feb 3, 2015: Lyon, FR – Le Sonic
Feb 4, 2015: Grenoble, FR – La Ciel
Feb 5, 2015: Luzern, CH – Südpol
Feb 7, 2015: Moscow, RU – TBA (w/ Damien Dubrovnik)

1. Penetrate
2. Krankenschwester


Videos For a Lazy Sunday: Lust For Youth’s ‘Illume’

Director Cali Thornhill Dewitt had this to say about the video for Lust For Youth’s ‘Illume’, taken from their forthcoming album International, out on June 10 on Sacred Bones “The concept of this was simple. My subjects were/are very attractive people, so I decided to pair them with attractive landscapes. We shot the whole thing in one 24 hour period, and Loke (Rahbek) and Hannes (Norrvide) were very comfortable dressed in their Cary Grant suits.”


Stream Prolife’s ‘Gold Leaves’ For Free

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Prolife have released their debut 7″ on Sacred Bones. To celebrate, they have shared a free stream of ‘Gold Leaves’, the b-side from the single.


Prolife Announce New 7″

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Melbourne electronic duo Prolife have announced that they will release their debut 7″ single on February 4 on Sacred Bones.

To celebrate, they have shared a free stream of ‘Overheated’.

Prolife is an anti-suicide band that was formed from the ashes of Slug Guts. After the duo of James Dalgliesh (vocals) and Nicholas Kuceli (saxaphone) called it a day, they returned to their flat on Lygon Street in Melbourne Australia and crafted two tracks of minimalist techno that make up the 7″. They recorded the two song effort with help from Todd Dixon. They’re planning to release their debut album soon.


Videos For a Lazy Sunday Pop. 1280’s US Tour Video

In addition to sharing a video of their recent US tour, Pop. 1280 have also unveiled the dates of their upcoming European tour as well a free stream of ‘Machine Trauma’, an unreleased track from the sessions for their latest release Imps of Perversion, out now on Sacred Bones.

Jan 30, 2014: Brussels, BE, Magasin 4
Jan 31, 2014: Amsterdam, NL, Grauzone Festival
Feb 1, 2014: Charleroi, BE, Rockerill
Feb 2, 2014: Lille, FR, La Malterie
Feb 3, 2014: Paris, FR, Le Klub
Feb 4, 2014: Nantes, FR, Au Chiene Stupide
Feb 5, 2014: Tolouse, FR, Les Saints de Seins
Feb 6, 2014: Lyon, FR, Le Sonic
Feb 7, 2014: Lausanne, FR, Le Bourg
Feb 8, 2014: Verona, IT, White Rabbit
Feb 9, 2014: Milan, IT, Ligera
Feb 11, 2014: Trier, DE, Exhaus
Feb 13, 2014: Hamburg, DE, Hafenklang
Feb 14, 2014: Berlin, DE, Deathdisco
Feb 15, 2014: Tilburg, NL, Venue013