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Pompeya Releases “Pasadena” Music Video via No Shame


The music video for “Pasadena” from Pompeya is premiering now at My Old Kentucky Blog here. Of the song, the band explains, “While we were in Pasadena only once in our lives, the meaning of the place is like so many others. You have an idea of what a place is, and create a new context for it with your imagination. The name sounds romantic, almost cinematic. Again, completely removed from what the place itself may be in reality…We’ve created our own romantic reality in its place.” “Pasadena” is off the band’s latest release Real, out now.

In addition, limited edition vinyl of Real will be available July 31. The vinyl comes with a digital download of the album including bonus tracks. [Preorder here]

Real is receiving widespread critical acclaim:

“…danceable grooves and funky baselines…the definition of pop.”—NPR

“…perky New Wave guitars and Cure-like shimmer.”—Entertainment Weekly

“…a glitzy, neon-sunset, convertible cruise down palm-treed lanes, which is all very confusing because, again, they’re from Moscow, a city not exactly known for its synth-lush indie exports…the escapism feels great.”—Stereogum

“…an album that’s buoyant and catchy while exploring new sounds.”—Paste

“These guys bring colorful music to the gloomy landscapes…”—MTV

“A slinky cut of new wave-ish indie…”—Vice’s Noisey

Watch the video now here.



Felix Da Housecat Premieres “Is Everything Ok?” Video on Blackbook


Felix Da Housecat has just released the official music video for his track, “Is Everything Ok?“, the first single released from his upcoming LP, Narrative of Thee Blast IllusionThe stunning and surreal video explores societal prejudice towards unconventional relationships through the lens of forbidden love between a human woman and an extra terrestrial. It’s a perfect fit for the track’s futuristic Drive-inspired synth melancholia. The video was premiered earlier today on Blackbook, who had this to say about the track:

Premiering today on BlackBook is Felix Da Housecat’s video for “Is Everything OK,” a spacey track with sticky percussion, robotic vocals, and an uplifting chorus that will get caught in your skull and refuse to leave. It sounds like something that might have come out of Daft Punk’s latest album.

You can check out the video and the full premiere on Blackbook, at this link. Be sure to pre-order Narrative of Thee Blast Illusion, on iTunes, at this link!



Alex Ferreira “Cinema Tropical” Out NOW via No Shame


Alex Ferreira has released his newest album – and first US release – Cinema Tropical. The album was recorded with Andrés Nusser, the songwriter and frontman of the Chilean group, Astro, and was written/developed in four different cities. In terms of sound, Cinema Tropical marks a change in Ferreira’s normally guitar-centered songs, and focuses more on synth textures and electronic beats. The album is available on CD digi-packand digitally, on iTunes. Pick up your copy here.

Ferreira has been promoting this album in a variety of ways, but has received most of his buzz from the album’s first single “Cambio”. The track was premiered on Remezcla, and the official music video premiered on Rolling Stone. There’s also a video of him performing the track with a more spare, acoustic arrangement. Here’s a list of some of the coverage Ferreira has received:

Right now, Ferreira is on a US tour with singer and Mexican pop sensation Ximena Sariñana, as a supporting act, and has been logging his activities in a tour diary on RBMA’s website. The tour will be hitting NYC in July where Alex will play a one-off album release show, at theKnitting Factory in Brooklyn, with Astro and Brian Cid, on Wednesday, July 11th. Tickets are available for purchase, at this link.




Felix Da Housecat Announces New Album // Releases First Single “Is Everything OK?” via No Shame

Felix Da Housecat has just announced the title, release date, album art and first single from him upcoming record, titled Narrative of Thee Blast Illusion, as well as a world tour, which will take place over the summer. 

This is Felix’s first release in over a year, and first full-length LP in almost five-years. It will be released on July 10th, 2015, and is available for pre-order on iTunes, right now. To help celebrate the announcement, Vice THUMP helped premiere the album’s first single Is Everything OK?. Here’s some insight from Felix, via the interview:

“I’ve always been about albums, but in 1992 I said to myself, ‘no one is doing albums,’ and I wanted to tell a story… that’s always been my thing. For me, [albums] aren’t fun, they’re draining. When they’re done I’m glad, and when it comes out, my brain has been released to the universe!”

Check out the full premiere (with the stream of “Is Everything OK?”) on Vice THUMP, at this link, pre-order the album on iTunes. Check out the album art and a full list of dates below.



Felix Da Housecat – Narrative of Thee Blast Illusion (LP)

Release date: July 10th, 2015

Tour dates:
Fri Jun 5: Prince Charles, Berlin, Germany
Sat Jun 13: Pacha, Ibiza, Spain
Fri Jun 19: Almogavers 86, Barcelona, Spain
Sat Jun 20: Zilvermeer, Mol, Belgium
Sat Jun 27: Pratersauna, Vienna, Austria
Sun Jun 28: Scorpios Beach Club, Mykonos, Greece
Thu Jul 2: Verboten, NYC, USA
Fri Jul 3: Temple, San Francisco, USA
Fri Jul 10: Sound Nightclub, Los Angeles, USA
Sat Jul 11: Mamby On The Beach, Chicago, USA
Thu Jul 23: Park Van Brasschaat, Antwerp, Belgium
Fri Aug 7: Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain



Pompeya Real OUT NOW via No Shame

Today, May 5th, 2015, Pompeya has released the high anticipated album Real. This is the group’s first full-length since 2013’s Tropical, and the first release since last year’s Night EPReal was co-produced by Brian Mctear (Local NativesThe War on DrugsTwin Sister), who also collaborated with the band on the Night EP. The recording locations of the album span across cities: Philadelphia, New York City, Savannah, and Orlando.

Pompeya has already released a bunch of assets from the album, incudling: two singles (“Liar” and “Pasadena”), a remix by Jerome LOL and a music video for “Liar”, directed by Alexander Khudokon and Leyla Masharipova. They’ve been featured on a variety of publications. Below is a list of some press already received for the album.



Pompeya “Real” Streaming NOW on Paste Magazine // Out Next Week (5/5) via No Shame



Pompeya is set to release their newest album Real, next week (on Tuesday, May 5th). To help celebrate, the record is currently streaming on Paste MagazineIn the premiere, the band commented on the tracks, saying:

“These are the real stories of our lives, and the real sound we want to present.”

Paste is also premiering behind the scenes images of the band in Moscow captured byAlexey Kiselef. Check out the full premiere, album stream and tour diary, at this link. View the album’s artwork, track listing and buy links below!



Pompeya – Real (LP)

Release date: May 5th, 2015

Catalog ID: NS-130


1. Anyway
2. Pasadena
3. OOOOO (Cry About It)
4. To The Orient
5. Real
6. Liar
7. Hysteria
8. Tell Me, Tell Me
9. To A Kid
10. Last One



Alex Ferreira releases “Cambio” (Acoustic) Video via No Shame


Alex Ferreira has just released a video of him performing a solo, acoustic version of his newest single “Cambio”. The clip was shot immediately after the filming of the official music video, and recorded in one take. As mentioned before, “Cambio” is the first single off of Ferreira’s No Shame debut, Cinema Tropical (out June 16, 2015).

Longtime fans will find this solo arrangement more in line with the “classic” Alex Ferreira sound, with its more traditional acoustic guitar/vocal accompaniment. Regardless of whether you’re new to Alex or have been following him for years, this performance offers a stark and formidable contrast to the more dance and synth heavy instrumentation of the original.

You can check out the video below, and purchase the “Cambio” single, on iTunes (click here for link).



Pompeya premiere new single “Pasadena” on Stereogum via No Shame

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Pompeya have just released the newest single “Pasadena” from their upcoming LP Real (out May 5, 2015). “Pasadena” is the second track released from Real following the single (on Noisey) and video release (via Entertainment Weekly) for the lead single “Liar“. Stereogum is premiering the single, and had this to say:

“The song’s a glitzy, neon-sunset, convertible cruise down palm-treed lanes, which is all very confusing because, again, they’re from Moscow, a city not exactly known for its synth-lush indie exports.”

You can check out the single, as well as the album art below. Click here to view the full premiere, and be sure to pre-order Real on iTunes now!



Loveskills Releases “Pure Remixed” EP via No Shame // Stream on NoisePorn




Loveskills has released Pure Remixed EP, the followup to his 2014 album, Pure. The new EP features remixes by EQ Why, Mike Simonetti, Traxman’s Tekk DJ’z, Cru the Dynamic, ZSonic and Mike Irish. To help kickoff the release, NoisePorn is premiering a stream of Pure Remixed in its entirety. They had this to say about the release:

If you are a fan of the Pure EP, you will definitely be a fan of the remix album. All of the tracks, both the original and the remixes, are something special and offer something for everyone.

You can read the full premiere, at this link.



Alex Ferreira Premieres “Cambio” Music Video on Rolling Stone Spain and Mexico via No Shame

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Alex Ferreira has just premiered the official music video for the previously released single, “Cambio”, on Rolling Stone Spain and Mexico. “Cambio” is the first single from Ferreira’s upcoming LP Cinema Tropical, which is due out this summer. The video is a campy, mock-80s clip, featuring Ferreira playing drums, break-dancing, hulla-hooping, learning karate, and – ultimately – flying off into space. Yes, it is exactly as hilarious, ridiculous and amazing as that description makes it sound.

Rolling Stone Spain, had this to say (translated from Spanish):

“Neither the song nor the video lacks detail to recreate the eighties, with its ‘electro’ sound as an aesthetic prop, a change in sound that is abound in Cinema Tropical, Ferreira’s upcoming LP, which will arrive this summer.”

Click the links to check out the full premiere on Rolling Stone Spain and Mexico.