Posts tagged "Sacred Bones"

Lust For Youth Dance The Cold Light Glow In Their Self-Titled LP

Lust For Youth | Self Titled | Sacred Bones Release Date: 7th June, 2019 A sweeping synth-pop dance, cold to the touch yet warm in the blue light. To reflect upon the self; submerged in insight, longing for the sun yet still bathing in the moon. An embrace of animated

Zola Jesus | Okovi: Additions | Sacred Bones Records Release date: April 6th 2018 Review by Jenna Dreisenstock A phantasm of self, cloaked in black ambience through a traverse of the inner; the worlds built within us, the banshee of dissonant human experience. An industrial drone of the classical; our

Zola Jesus is pleased to share the video for “Ash to Bone (Johnny Jewel Remix)” which was co-directed by Zola Jesus and Jenni Hensler, exclusively available on WeTransfer’s editorial platform WePresent for 48 hours. The track is taken from Zola Jesus‘ new album of previously unheard tracks and remixes titled Okovi: Additions,

Singer, songwriter, and record producer Zola Jesus has announced a new album of previously unheard tracks and remixes titled Okovi: Additions, due out April 6th, which is an experiential interpretation of her 2017 critically acclaimed Okovi album released on Sacred Bones Records.  The news comes with with the release of ‘Bound‘, the first single from the project

Interview by Shannon Lawlor Moon Duo are a psychedelic-rock band hailing from San Francisco, California. Formed in 2009 by Erik ‘Ripley’ Johnson (Wooden Shjips) and Sanae Yamada, the duo have released numerous singles, EPs and eight studio albums including remixes and live recordings on respective labels such as Souterrain Transmissions,

Following high praise from critics for her deeply personal and brave new album Okovi, which was released via Sacred Bones last month, Zola Jesus prepares for an extensive European tour with a new video. Directed by Zia Anger, this bold visual accompanies album track ‘Siphon‘ – a strikingly bare and honest reaction to the attempted

Review by Shannon Lawlor Darkness can clutch it’s icy fingers to your chest in just a matter of minutes. Once it’s grip has strengthened, fighting back is near impossible. Especially when taking this leap alone, it can be more than just a lesson in personal turmoil and figuring out how

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