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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.





No Shame and The HoC at SXSW 2015 // Pompeya and Walking Shapes full SXSW Schedules

On Saturday, March 21st, No Shame and The HoC will put on a day party at SXSW, at HandleBar (corner of East 5th and Brazos). The show will feature performances by: Walking Shapes, Pompeya, Prinze George, Amsterdamn! and The Mystery Lights.

Check out the poster and full gig details below! Click here for the Facebook Event page.

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No Shame SXSW 2015 Showcase 

March 21, 2015, 2pm Doors

5:20pm – Walking Shapes

4:30pm – Pompeya

3:45pm – Prinze George

3:00pm – Amsterdamn!

 2:15pm – The Mystery Lights

121 E 5th St
Austin, TX 78701

As the lineup for the No Shame/HoC showcase suggests, both Pompeya and Walking Shapes will be performing at multiple shows throughout the festival. Some highlights include Walking Shapes performing at Rachael Ray’s – yes, the Rachael Ray – SXSW showcase, on March 19th, and Pompeya playing at a showcase presented by National Geographic and Balcony TV, which is also on March 19th.



Pompeya premiere video for “Liar” on Entertainment Weekly



Pompeya have released the official music video for their most recent single, “Liar”, from their upcoming album, Real. The video was filmed at the Golden Palas Casino, in Moscow, and features a cast of dark and mysterious characters. It was directed by Alexander Khudokon and Leyla Masharipova, who explain the themes and characters:

“During the ‘90s in Russia, the kingpins ruled everything. It was a very violent, corrupt time that we grew up in. We always wanted to make a video that showcased a small part of this lifestyle. ‘Liar’ felt like a good contrast musically, and lyrically it fits quite well.”

To help launch the release, Entertainment Weekly has premiered the video on their site, saying, “the visuals create a fascinating counterpoint to the song’s perky New Wave guitars and Cure-like shimmer.”

The “Liar” single is available for digital purchase, right now, on iTunes. Watch the video here, and click here to read the whole premiere.

Pompeya will also be out on a short tour, at the end of this month, playing shows at SXSW, Los Angeles and Brooklyn. See a full list of dates below!

March 17-21 Austin, TX SXSW

March 26 Los Angeles, CA Satellite

March 28 Brooklyn, NY Knitting Factory



Alex Ferreira announces new album “Cinema Tropical” // Premieres new single “Cambio” on Remezcla via No Shame


Alex Ferreira – No Shame’s most recent signee – has just announced the title of his upcoming album: Cinema Tropical. The record was made 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.

Cinema Tropical is slated for a summer release, but for those of you who can’t wait that long, Ferreira has premiered the first single off the record “Cambio” on Remezcla, who had this to say:

Cinema Tropical (out via No Shame) was developed in four cities and is already promising to be one of the most relevant albums of the year. The first single is appropriately called ‘Cambio’ and showcases the new musical direction Ferreira is taking.

“Cambio” is available on iTunes right now, so pick that up here, and read an exclusive interview with Ferreira onRemezcla, at this link.

Click single artwork to listen:






Walking Shapes Premiere “In the Wake” Music Video on NME via No Shame

Walking Shapes have released the official music video for their single “In The Wake“. The video features effects and animations, and was made by French director Laurent Briet (Albert Hammond, Jr, Danny Brown). The track is off of the band’s most recent release Taka Come On, released on No Shame, in April 2014. Earlier today, NME premiered the video on their site, and had this to say:

“Brooklyn’s Walking Shapes introduce themselves with yelps and rumbling indie-pop that’s as vital as the neon sparks that hover, dance and explode in the video for ‘In The Wake’. “

Check out the full premiere here, on NME




March is travel filled month for Walking Shapes . The band is about to embark on a brief tour of the UK and France, tomorrow. From there, they’ll be making their way down to the Dominican Republic, for the Isle of Light festival, and then down to Austin for SXSW. You can check out a full list of tour dates below.

February 25th The Stillery, Vice Magazine Party (London) Free show

February 26th Sofar Sounds Secret Show (London) Apply

March 1st Notting Hill Arts Club, Communion Show (London) Buy Tickets

March 3rd La Flèche D’Or (Paris) Buy Tickets

March 7th Isle of Light Fest (Dominican Republic) Buy Ticket

March 17th-21st SXSW (Austin, TX)



Pompeya ‘Real’ Album Announcement // “Liar” Stream via Noisey via No Shame



Real, the new album from Moscow-based band Pompeya will be released May 5 via No Shame. Real follows the band’s 2014 Night EP, which received immediate critical buzz, and their 2013 debut LP Tropical. SPIN hailed Night as “shimmering…upbeat, frisky disco”.

As a special preview, the album’s lead single “Liar” is now streaming at Vice’s Noisey blog (click here to view). They had this to say about the track:

“A slinky cut of new wave-ish indie, it’s like an upbeat incarnation of The Cure (sans the white makeup and black hair dye) doing a dance with an updated Duran Duran (sans the mullets and penchant of popped collar pastel trenchcoats). And then, just past the three minute mark, they throw in a damn saxophone. So Rob Lowe in St. Elmo’s Fire. Love this.”

Click here to check out the rest of the premiere, on Noisey, and the tracklist below:

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



March 17-21 Austin, TX SXSW

March 26 Los Angeles, CA Satellite

March 28 Brooklyn, NY Knitting Factory



Black Taxi release music video for “Take Off the Edge” via No Shame



Black Taxi has released their video for their song “Take Off the Edge.” The quirky clip, directed by Carlos López Estrada, will keep you fully entertained for its duration.

“Life has been tough for a lot of people this last year,” said vocalist Ezra Huleatt, offering a keyhole view into the meaning behind the video and the song. “Sometimes it is important to shake the weight of the world off your shoulders for a few hours, realize that your problems are fairly insignificant in the grand scheme, and let loose.”

He furthered, ‘Take Off the Edge’ is in celebration of those moments when we shine, despite the darkness. I’ve been a fan of Carlos Lopez Estrada’s music videos for a long time so it was exciting to finally collaborate with him.”

Carlos López Estrada is a music video director and a Latin Grammy Award recipient.His music video for “Me Voy,” by Mexican pop band Jesse & Joy, earned the title of Best Short Form Music Video at the 2013 Latin Grammy Awards.

He also co-directed “Kangaroo Court” for the band Capital Cities in 2013, as well as  Carried Away by Passion Pit.

Watch the video here…

The band released its latest album, Electroshock Death Grip, on which “Take Off the Edge” lives. You can pick up your copy on vinyl and CD digipak, at the No Shame store, and digitally on iTunes.

Black Taxi are also doing a residency at Rockwood Music Hall in New York. Check out the details and ticket links below.

Saturday, 2/21 – Tickets

Saturday, 3/7 – Tickets

Saturday, 3/21 – Tickets



Walking Shapes Announce UK / France Tour via No Shame



Walking Shapes have announced a UK / France tour, beginning with a February 25th, 2015 performance in London, to promote their debut album, Taka Come On (available now on iTunes). The five piece band is currently working on a sophomore album with producer Gus Oberg (The Strokes, Ryan Adams, Willie Nelson) slated to debut later this year, and their current album, Taka Come On, will be internationally released on March 31st, 2015.

February 25th, 2015 – London, UK
The Stillery – Vice Magazine Party
Free Show

February 6th, 2015 – London, UK
Sofar Sounds Secret Show

March 1st, 2015 – London, UK
Nothing Hill Arts Club
Communion Show
Purchase Tickets

March 3rd, 2015 – Paris, France
La Fleche D’Or
Purchase Tickets




Loveskills Premieres video for “Chanel” via Village Voice, No Shame

Screen Shot 2015-01-29 at 12.06.24 PMLoveskills has premiered the video for “Chanel”, on Village Voice. The video – directed by Yuichi Uchida, who also worked on the “Fine Lines” video – is, as the Voice describes, “woozy and endearingly hazy”, and features Latiana Blue, running in and out of the narrator’s imagination. Loveskills, Richard Spitzer, explains:

“The story is like an unobtainable dream. I’m trying to get a clear vision of this girl but the memories are too abstract and too hard to find.”

You can check out the video below, and the full premiere – including an interview with Loveskills – at the Village Voice.