Digital Digest: Kasabian, Wu-Tang Clan, YACHT and more
The Rap Up have done as they set out to do and given the full lo-down on the new Wu-Tang Clan record, Legendary Weapons - there is the full tracklisting and the video for first single Only the Rugged Survive.
In a similar mould to Brighton’s Great Escape and Dot to Dot, Northside Festival is a indie music celebration, spread across multiple venues and generally encouraging new music. Set in the New York borough of Brooklyn, Spin are giving away a free album including tracks from Theophilus London, Beirut, Teenage Fanclub and many others.
YACHT’s new album is out on June 21 and Some Kind of Awesome have a couple of tracks up already for you to preview their latest offering, Shangri-La, coming out on DFA.
Swedish band Teddybears have teamed up with Cee Lo Green and The B-52s on new track Cho Cha which is now up on Soundcloud.
Panda Bear has uploaded a new video onto YouTube which combines live footage from his 2010 show at Governor’s Island and other bits and bobs including a man in a panda suit, to create the pictures for Slow Motion. Directed by Cheryl Dunn, it ends with a short interview from the artist.