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Lemonade are currently touring N. America in support of Yelle,…

Lemonade are currently touring N. America in support of Yelle, & offer up a remix of their recent single “Come Down Softly” by rising London producer, et aliae. The remix also heralds et aliae’s addition to the Cascine family.

Impossibly lush & brimming with sparkling, glossy instrumentation, et aliae takes the song into the heat of a tropical rainforest. Each key glistens with fresh dewdrops, & Callan Clendenin’s vocal lines assume a tribal feel.

et aliae recently remixed Kero Kero Bonito’s ‘I’d Rather Sleep’, and here she deepens her palette of colors with a more potent, silkier statement. Her original track “Baby” was recently included on Ryan Hemsworth’s Secret Songs compilation, #ffb6c1.

Come Down Softly (et aliae remix) ✖ free download

    Lemonade 2014 Tour Dates

    October 17- Cleveland Heights OH- Grog Shop *
    October 18- Chicago IL- Bottom Lounge *
    October 19- Madison WI- Majestic Theater *
    October 21- Englewood CO- Gothic Theater *
    October 24- Seattle WA- Neumo’s *
    October 25- Vancouver BC- Fortune Sound Club *
    October 26- Portland OR- Wonder Ballroom *
    October 29- Santa Cruz CA- Rio Theater *
    October 30- San Francisco CA- Regency Ballroom *
    October 31- Los Angeles CA- Fonda Theater *
    November 2- Solana Beach- Belly Up Tavern *
    November 3- Phoenix AZ- Crescent Ballroom *
    November 6-Houston TX- Fitzgerald’s Upstairs *
    November 8-Dallas TX-HOB *
    November 10- Atlanta GA- The Loft *
    November 11- Carrboro NC- Cat’s Cradle *

    * wtih Yelle

Devendra Banhart and Andy Cabic Play Intimate Set at BAM

Devendra Banhart and Andy Cabic have been friends and musical collaborators for over a decade, so it makes sense that their intimate show at the Berkeley Art Museum (BAM) was akin to watching two extremely talented pals have a jam session. Together, Cabic and Barnhart created the record label Gnomonsong around 2005 with their first Read More

Play Me: “Bury Our Friends” by Sleater-Kinney

  Beloved, Washington rock trio, Sleater-Kinney are back, and, hot damn, are they back in a big way. First there’s the matter of the career-spanning box set out tomorrow. Then, we found that career-spanning box set contained a mystery 45. The mystery 45 was confirmed to be from a new album, No Cities to Love […]