Today, we have the premiere of The Temper Trap's glitch-pop remix of "Golden Sky." The original cut appeared on The Holidays' debut full-length, Post Paradise. The Sydney quartet released the album last fall via the Aussie imprint, Liberation Music. The band recently won "Best Debut Album" in the Australian Music Prize's Red Bull Award. Also, check out the Warran Wright-directed music video for the album version of "Golden Sky." The band will perform in NYC and at SXSW in March.
During the 70-minute set, Harvey wore a big headdress, and played her excellent new LP, Let England Shake, in its entirety. She also brought out To Bring You My Love classics such as "Down by the Water," "C'Mon Billy," and "Meet ZeMonsta." PJ is touring this spring. She's definitely worth seeing.
Oxford, Miss. pair Bass Drum of Death will released their debut full-length, GB City, on April 12 via Fat Possum. Inflated Records will also press a limited vinyl in March. Download preview track "Young Pros," above. It's good to get your daily dose of strident garage rock, isn't it? Also, watch some outrageous live footage below:
LCD Soundsystem: "I Can Change" (Live on The Colbert Report) Video
LCD Soundsystem's farewell concerts aren't happening for another month and a half, but the indie juggernaus already started saying their goodbyes last night. James Murphy's crew paid a visit to Colbert Nation for their final TV performance. There was also an awkward (and extremely short) interview with Colbert. Watch that and This Is Happening's "I Can Change," below: