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Barrie – “Dig”

Barrie, the musical project of Barrie Lindsay, has always specialized in crisp metropolitan indie-pop. Both on stage and on record, the band has carved out a distinct stylistic identity, one adjacent to the likes of Yumi Zouma and Alvvays, like a dreamier spin on Fleetwood Mac. On her new single, she tweaks that identity somewhat.
Tags: Music, Fleetwood Mac, New Music, Barrie, Yumi Zouma, Robert Kolodny, Barrie Lindsay


Yumi Zouma – “Give It Hell”

The understated pop crew Yumi Zoumi put out their last album, Truth Or Consequences, in March 2020 — not the best time to release an album, in retrospect! — and only got to perform one show on their planned tour before the pandemic called everything off. Their new single “Give It Hell” is partially inspired by that experience, as the band’s Josh Burgess explains:
Tags: Music, New Music, Yumi Zouma, Yumi Zoumi, Josh Burgess


Yumi Zouma Announces 2021 Tour

Alternative pop band, Yumi Zouma have today announced that they are returning to Australia and New Zealand to play their first shows down under in more than two years.
Tags: Australia, New Zealand, Yumi Zouma


Xiu Xiu, Owen, Palehound, & More Contribute To Polyvinyl’s Stay Home Compilation

Today, Polyvinyl Record Co. is releasing a new compilation called Stay Home to highlight artists from their roster and support them during this trying time. All proceeds from Stay Home will go directly to the artists involved -- it's available starting at $5 exclusively over on Bandcamp. More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Strfkr, The 1975, Radiation City, Owen, Palehound, Emmylou Harris, Chris Farren, Xiu Xiu, Yumi Zouma, Karen Dalton, Kero Kero Bonito, The Get Up Kids, Anamanaguchi, Of Montreal




Yumi Zouma – “Southwark”

A couple weeks ago, the dreamy New Zealand art-pop group Yumi Zouma announced Truth Or Consequences, their first album for Polyvinyl. So far, we've heard "Right Track/Wrong Man" and "Cool For A Second." And today, they're back with another one. More »
Tags: Video, Music, New Zealand, Southwark, Yumi Zouma


Shorties (A 2020 Literary Calendar, New Music from Mitski, and more)

Literary Hub shared a 2020 literary calendar. Stream new music from Mitski. Largehearted Boy's list of "best books of 2019" lists has collected 1,430 year-end lists so far. Largehearted Boy's list of essential and interesting year-end "best of 2019" music lists. January's best eBook deals. eBook on sale today for $1.99: Jaws by Peter Benchley Torch Song Trilogy by Harvey Fierstein Michelle Obama shared her exercise playlist. Electric Literature recommended indie literary m...
Tags: Music, David, Brooklyn, Dave Eggers, Maya Angelou, Mitski, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Electric Literature, Peter Benchley, Yumi Zouma, Kate Millett, Ben Loory, Amanda Yates Garcia, Katie Gately, Joanna Kavenna, Kiley Reid


Yumi Zouma – “Cool For A Second”

Longstanding dreamy pop experts Yumi Zouma announced their signing to Polyvinyl last month with the release of a new single called "Right Track / Wrong Man." With their latest song, they've taken the next natural step and announced the details of their first LP for the label. More »
Tags: Video, Music, Yumi Zouma, Nick Mckk


Shorties (The Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier & Clay Being Adapted for Television, An Audio Documentary about Prince's 1999 Album, and more)

Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman will adapt Chabon's novel The Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier & Clay for television. The Current shared the final episode of its four-part audio documentary on Prince's 1999 album. Largehearted Boy's list of "best books of 2019" lists has collected 835 year-end lists so far. Largehearted Boy's list of essential and interesting year-end "best of 2019" music lists. December's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: Infinite Tuesday: An Aut...
Tags: Music, David, Michael Chabon, Brooklynvegan, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Merriam Webster, NPR Music, Dan Campbell, Yumi Zouma, Ayelet Waldman, Jacqueline Woodson, Booker T Jones, Kavalier, Michael Nesmith, Chabon, New York Times Stream


Yumi Zouma – “Bruise”

Yumi Zouma, the gauzy, globe-trotting indie-pop band whose three core members span the US, the UK, and New Zealand, finally concluded their long-running trilogy of EPs last year with the release of the aptly named EP III. And today, they're back with a standalone single inspired by Timbaland, Nelly Furtado, and the departure … More »
Tags: Music, UK, US, New Zealand, Yumi Zouma, Timbaland Nelly Furtado


Shorties (New Short Fiction from Elle Nash, New Music from Cursive, and more)

Tyrant features new fiction by Elle Nash. Stream a new Cursive song. September's best eBook deals. Stream a new song by Lee Ranaldo. Vol. 1 Brooklyn features an interview between authors Mike Kleine and Joseph Grantham. Chattanooga Now profiled the Drive-By Truckers. The Los Angeles Review of Books interviewed author David Joy. Stream a new song by Empress Of. Bryan Lee O’Malley and Leslie Hung discussed their comic Snotgirl with Paste. Beck and Jenny Lewis covered ...
Tags: Music, Beck, Neil Young, David, Brooklyn, Shanghai, Johnny Marr, Jenny Lewis, Publishers Weekly, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Yumi Zouma, Jill Sobule, Molly Burch, Jason Lutes, Bryan Lee O'Malley, Elle Nash


Stream Yumi Zouma’s EP III

Yumi Zouma certainly have an aesthetic. For several years now, the New Zealand band has proven itself exceptionally good at crafting bright, breezy, Instagram-filtered tracks that bleed together into an endless dream, as if indefinitely prolonging the moment when you pop open a can of the most refreshing beverage. It's the easiest of listening, tinged … More »
Tags: Music, New Zealand, Album Stream, Yumi Zouma


Yumi Zouma – “Crush (It’s Late, Just Stay)”

Even with members scattered around the globe, Yumi Zouma have mastered electric, cushiony pop -- the musical equivalent of what I like to think dancing in a silk dress would feel like. Today, the New Zealanders are sharing the second single off their forthcoming EP III, the concluding installment of the EP series they began … More »
Tags: Music, Yumi Zouma


Yumi Zouma – “In Camera”

The last time we heard from Yumi Zouma, the gauzy New Zealand indie-poppers were contributing to Stadiums & Shrines' recent Dreams compilation. Today, they've shared another song and announced a new release, EP III, the third and final installment in their series of EPs that began in 2014. "In Camera" is … More »
Tags: Music, New Zealand, Yumi Zouma


Stream Stadiums & Shrines’ Dreams Comp Feat. Julie Byrne, Mutual Benefit, Ricky Eat Acid, & More

There’s a lot of layers to sound connoisseurs Stadiums & Shrines' new multimedia compilation album Dreams. It’s an expansive 18-track double LP (with three digital bonus tracks) that features artists like Julie Byrne, Mutual Benefit, Ricky Eat Acid, Maria Usbeck, and more, in the works since 2012. Each composition interprets a black and white collage … More »
Tags: Music, Headaches, Mutual Benefit, Album Stream, Cemeteries, Ricky, Teen Daze, Gem Club, Julie Byrne, Sound Of Ceres, Yumi Zouma, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Foxes In Fiction, Ricky Eat Acid, Emily Reo, Eaters


tours announced: Raphael Saadiq, Black Milk, Julie Byrne, MBV, Death Cab, more

Plus: The Breeders, mewithoutYou / Tigers Jaw, Marissa Nadler / Serpentwithfeet, Depeche Mode, EMA, Black Milk, Goatwhore, Starcrawler, Tall Juan, and more just announced tours and shows. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Lincoln Center, Music News, Tour Dates, My Bloody Valentine, Julie Byrne, Raphael Saadiq, Yumi Zouma, Black Milk, BrooklynVegan Staff, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Bing and Ruth, Starcrawler, Raphael Saadiq Black Milk Julie Byrne MBV


Shorties (An Excerpt from Samantha Irby's New Essay Collection, A Stream of Laura Veirs' New Album, and more)

Literary Hub shared an excerpt from Samantha Irby's essay collection Meaty. NPR Music is streaming Laura Veirs' new album, The Lookout. April's best eBook deals. Stream a new Maps & Atlases song. Chandler Klang Smith discussed her novel The Sky is Yours with Unbound Worlds. Audioxide reconsidered Air's Moon Safari album on its 20th anniversary. SKTCHD interviewed cartoonist Matt Fraction. Stream a new Maria Taylor song. Authors remembered Maya Angelou at Read It Forwar...
Tags: Music, New York City, David, Sudan, Dublin, New York Times Magazine, Joan, Maya Angelou, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Electric Literature, Breeders, Maria Taylor, Jami Attenberg, NPR Books, Ed Piskor, Yumi Zouma


Yumi Zouma – “France (Grands Boulevards)”

The tastemakers behind Stadiums & Shrines put together a new compilation album called Dreams that'll be released this summer on the label Cascine. The album's due out 6/15, and features contributions from artists like Julie Byrne, Ricky Eat Acid, Mutual Benefit, Maria Usbeck, and more. Stadiums & Shrines announced the comp today via an interview … More »
Tags: Music, Yumi Zouma, Maria Usbeck, Julie Byrne Ricky


Yumi Zouma played Baby's All Right twice (night 2 pics)

New Zealand's Yumi Zouma wrapped up a US tour over the weekend in continued support of last year's Willowbank... Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, US, New Zealand, Music News, Diiv, Colin, Yumi Zouma, Photo Galleries, BrooklynVegan Staff, Willowbank Continue


What's going on Saturday?

Tonight's NYC-area shows include Allah Las, Fetty Wap, Slick Rick, Hamilton Leithauser, Nuclear Assault, Yumi Zouma, and more. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Music News, Yumi Zouma, What's Going on Tonight in NYC, BrooklynVegan Staff, Stretch and Bobbito


Cold Beat, Grooms and Yumi Zouma tell us their Top 10s of 2017

A few more year-end lists... Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Air, Twin Peaks, Music News, Protomartyr, Bill Pearis, Arthur Russell, Jai Paul, Yumi Zouma, Axel Boman, Deradoorian, Cold Beat, Exploded View, Operator Music Band, Grooms, Men I Trust


Gorilla Vs Bear's favorite albums of 2017

Long-running music blog Gorilla Vs Bear's year-end lists are always pretty different from your average Best Albums list, albeit in a way that fits in with its trippy dreampop tastes. Their 2017 top spot goes to Yaeji for her pair of 2017 EPs... Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Lana Del Rey, Charli Xcx, Kendrick Lamar, Hoops, Kelela, Music News, Vince Staples, Molly Nilsson, Nite Jewel, Bill Pearis, She Devils, Hater, Aldous Harding, Angel Olsen, Julie Byrne


Yumi Zouma announce 2018 tour dates

New Zealand's Yumi Zouma, who were here , will be back in January for more North American shows.... Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, New Zealand, Music News, Tour Dates, Bill Pearis, Yumi Zouma


Yumi Zouma played Le Poisson Rouge w/ She-Devils (pics), share "December" video

New Zealand's effervescent Yumi Zouma, who just released their second album, Willowbank, kicked off a short tour of the Northeast at New York's Le Poisson Rouge on Wednesday night (10/25). [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, New York, New Zealand, Music News, She Devils, Le Poisson Rouge, Yumi Zouma, Photo Galleries, BrooklynVegan Staff, Willowbank, Blood Culture


Yumi Zouma & Chad Valley Share New Remixes

Following the release of their second full length album - 'Willowbank' on Cascine at the start of the month, New Zealand's Yumi Zouma have released a set of remixes with their label mates Chad Valley.
Tags: New Zealand, Chad Valley, Yumi Zouma


Tonight in L.A.: Beck, Oh Wonder, Depeche Mode, the Black Angels, James Vincent McMorrow, Touché Amoré, TEST, Damian ‘Jr. Gong.’ Marley, In This Moment, Earthless, Remo Drive, the Cooties, Worriers, Dylan Gardner, Dinosaur Jr., Nick Hakim

Los Angeles concerts for Wednesday: ► Beck plays the Ford Amphitheatre in support of his new album “Colors.” ► It’s the fourth and final night of Depeche Mode’s stand at the Hollywood Bowl, with Warpaint opening. ► London pop duo Oh Wonder headlines the Shrine Expo Hall, with Jaymes Young supporting. ► With their new album “Death Song” just out, the Black Angels rock the Mayan Theatre, with Ron Gallo supporting. ► Touché Amoré does the second of two nights at the Teragram Ballroom, joined by Cit...
Tags: Music, London, Beck, Los Angeles, Dave, New Zealand, Marley, Dinosaur Jr, Preview, Depeche Mode, Caterpillar, Reggie Watts, Oh Wonder, Teragram Ballroom, Worriers, Earthless


This Week’s Shows: Oct. 16-22

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Cloak & Dagger, Depeche Mode, Torres, Protomartyr, Goon, Alyeska, Mason Jennings, Carla Morrison, Spaceface, Alison Krauss, Touché Amoré, Said the Whale, the Babe Rainbow, This Is the Kit, Michael Nau, Layne, Royaljag, Benjamin Jaffe, Lenka, Santa Barbara, Sarah Jarosz, JR JR, Cody Simpson, Beck, Oh Wonder, the Black Angels, In This Moment, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, TEST, Yumi Zouma, the Cooties, Worriers, Decorator, Earthless, Remo Drive, James Vincent McMorrow, N...
Tags: Preview, Alison Kraus, Allah Las, Alyeska, Arcade Fire, Beats Antique, Bebe Rexha, Beck, Benjamin Jaffe, Carla Morrison, Cloak & Dagger, Cody Simpson, Crystal Castles, Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley, Decorator, Depeche Mode


This Week's Interesting Music Releases - October 6, 2017

Cults' Offering, Mister Heavenly's Boxing The Moonlight, Sound of Ceres' The Twin, The Weather Station's The Weather Station, Wolf Parade's Cry Cry Cry, and Yumi Zouma's Willowbank are all new albums I can recommend this week. Archival releases include the Replacements' For Sale: Live At Maxwell's 1986. This week's interesting music releases: Alex Lahey: I Love You Like A Brother Andrew Hung: Realisationship August Burns Red: Phantom Anthem Benjamin Clementine: I Tell a Fly Bjork: The Gat...
Tags: Music, David, Gwen Stefani, Maxwell, West Africa, Liam Gallagher, Richard Thompson, Ceres, Frank Zappa, Marilyn Manson, Elvis, Kele Okereke, McPherson, John Prine, Lucinda Williams, Pinewood


Stream Yumi Zouma Willowbank

Yumi Zouma work fast. The gauzy New Zealand indie-poppers released their debut album Yoncalla last year, and they already followed it up, earlier this year, with a full-length cover of Oasis' (What's The Story) Morning Glory? Next week, they'll release a whole new album, and this one isn't a covers collection. The band … More »
Tags: Music, New Zealand, Album Stream, Yumi Zouma, Yoncalla, Yumi Zouma Willowbank


Frankie Rose – “A Forest” (The Cure Cover)

Frankie Rose is the latest artist to cover an album in full for Turntable Kitchen's Sounds Delicious vinyl subscription series. Previous artists to participate include Quilt, Ben Gibbard, Mutual Benefit, Foxygen's Jonathan Rado, and Yumi Zouma. Fresh off the release of her new album Cage Tropical, Frankie … More »
Tags: Music, The Cure, Frankie, Frankie Rose, Yumi Zouma, Jonathan Rado, Quilt Ben Gibbard Mutual Benefit Foxygen