Shackleton collaborates with Anika on new album, Behind The Glass

Shackleton's next release is a collaborative album with Anika titled Behind The Glass.

An hour-long piece split into four parts, Behind The Glass sees Sam Shackleton teaming with Annika Henderson, a musician, singer, DJ and host on Berlin Community Radio, she "narrates a tale of love, longing, fate and compulsion, which stretches out in the style of a surreal fable" while Shackleton conjures "something between devotional music and avant trance."

The album will land in July on Shackleton's imprint Woe to the Septic Heart. It's the label's first release since 2015, and the artist's second full-length collaboration this year, after Honest Jon's put out his and Vengeance Tenfold's Sferic Ghost Transmits LP in January.

Henderson has previously worked alongside Portishead member Geoff Barrow and his band Beak>—together they recorded the 2010 album Anika—and artists including Neu!'s Michael Rother, Jandek and T.Raumschmiere.

Woe To The Septic Heart will release Behind The Glass on July 10th, 2017.

NEW VIDEO ALERT: Kendrick Lamar - Element

Kendrick Lamar unleashes the cinematic video for his latest DAMN. single, “ELEMENT.”

Emblematic imagery adorns the visual from the start when a single hand emerges from ocean blue waters. Soon, the serenity of that scene is interrupted by a fight and a house on fire.

The symbolism continues, with a set of nuns dressed in white, a set of prisoners behind bars, a child playing with a toy gun, police officers conversing around their patrol car, and a man flying off a rooftop, straight towards the ground.

Kendrick appears in the video in various forms, as a silhouette, as an MC with his shirt bloody, and on a truck full of friends.

“ELEMENT.” is the latest single off DAMN. and follows videos for “DNA.” and “HUMBLE”, Rihanna-assisted single “LOYALTY.” smash is expected to arrive soon.

Watch full video below

Matthew Dear releases 'Modafinil Blues' single

Matthew Dear has released a new single, "Modafinil Blues," and confirmed that he has a new album on the way.

"Modafinil Blues" was released on June 29th via Ghostly International. Dear says the tune, which he wrote with Frank Ocean collaborator Troy Nōka, "marks the beginning of a new musical chapter." (It's the first music he's released under his real name since 2012.) "I've been crafting my next album for the past five years," Dear adds. "I've changed, as you have changed, as we have changed."

Kanye West To Resume Tour In Early 2018

Kanye West could be heading back on the road as early as next year. The G.O.O.D. Music frontman appears to be healthier than ever and ready to continue his tour.

According to TMZ, Live Nation is now waiting on Yeezy’s go-ahead for the early 2018 run, which will reportedly feature a new setlist and stage show. “We’re ready to jump as soon as he gives the green light,” said one source.

Insiders say that Kanye is “focused, engaged, and has overcome the issues that landed him in the hospital last year,” according to the report.

West cancelled the remaining dates on his “Saint Pablo Tour” last year due to his reported health issues, including dehydration, exhaustion, paranoia, and depression.

In May 2017, it was reported that Kanye went to a mountaintop retreat in Wyoming to work on his new album, the follow-up to last year’s The Life of Pablo.

Nils Frahm to play three nights at London's Barbican next February

Nils Frahm has announced a three-night run at London's Barbican Centre in February 2018.

Frahm, a Berlin-based pianist, composer and producer who's drawn wide acclaim for his blend of modern classical and electronic sounds, has been on a hiatus this year while holed up in his Funkhaus studio. But he will definitely be back on the road with new material in 2018, and his schedule sees him return to the Barbican—where he curated a weekend-long event last July called Possibly Colliding—for shows on February 21st, 23rd and 24th.

Dozens more dates have been revealed this week for Frahm's All Melody 2018 tour, including two-night stands in Berlin, Cambridge (near Boston) and Chicago. A few shows have already sold out. For now, watch his 2014 RA Sessions performance.

NEW SONG ALERT: New Music: Partynextdoor – ‘Trouble’

PARTYNEXTDOOR is trying to stay out of “Trouble” with the release of his latest cut, which dropped as part of DJ Stevie J’s Appreciation 9 mixtape.

With an upbeat bounce, PND harmonizes about his troublesome shorty, the song produced by Cardiak, “Trouble” gives Party yet another platform for his hitmaking skills.

Up next, the Toronto crooner will take his bangers on the road as part of Halsey’s “hopeless fountain kingdom World Tour,” which starts Sept. 29 in Uncasville. He may also release new music tomorrow as part of OVO’s Louis Vuitton partnership.

NEW SONG ALERT: - Drake - Signs

All “Signs” point to more music from Drake.

Three months after the release of More Life, Drake teams up with fashion powerhouse Louis Vuitton on the Noah “40” Shebib-produced “Signs,” which premiered during the designer’s Menswear Spring/Summer 2018 show at Paris Fashion Week on June 22.

Sticking with a smooth R&B sound, the 6 God emotes about drinking away the pain over mellow production with a bounce. The track was debuted at Louis Vuitton’s Spring-Summer ’18 collection, check out the video below and get your style on.

Binh returns to Time Passages with ThisThat EP

Binh is releasing a new EP.

Following two double packs, for Nicolas Lutz's My Own Jupiter and Perlon, released late last year, Binh is returning to his own label Time Passages with a three-track 12-inch called ThisThat. It's the label's second release of 2017, following Neu Rochelle by Evan Baggs.

Time Passages will release three-track 12-inch ThisThat on July 17th, 2017.