May Day might be over, but there’s still few things more satisfying than the sound of breaking glass. Just ask Tomas Barfod, whose Broken Glass EP was released earlier this year on LA’s Friends of Friends. The Whomadewho drummer has been garnering heavy praise for his melodic, beautiful tunes, and is set to drop his next LP Salton Sea on May 21st. But back to the present for a present we’re pleased to present. ‘Broken Glass’ is the title track from his EP, and what a lovely track it is. The delicate tune is offset by the implied violence of stone-throwing, glass-breaking, and a collection of earrings that remind us of being sixteen again (with a much better wardrobe).
You might not know it, but the man behind Para One, Jean-Baptiste de Laubier, is also a film director, and we’re pleased to premiere his latest music video for his Teki Latex collaboration ‘Lean On Me’. In fact, it’s given us summer fever thanks to the sunny electropop beats bubbling beneath synthesized vocals. Set in – more
It’s hard to believe that Tomas Barfod‘s new solo album draws from the concept of urban decay, as his record’s press release puts it. Sure, the WhoMadeWho drummer has been travelling the world (and logically hundreds of cities with rundown clubs and places, too) a lot, and the title also shares its name with California’s – more
All the pieces start falling into place now: with their new album Brighter coming up in March, Danish WhoMadeWho also share what their individual members have been up to lately musicwise. We already told you about Thomas Høffding‘s recent collaboration with Terranova and Bon Homme‘s solo album and EB festival gig; now Tomas Barfod (pictured – more
Danish art-pop trio WhoMadeWho has announced they will be teaming up with Kompakt for a new mini-LP release entitled Knee Deep. The eight-track LP will be available for purchase in mid-April, along with a smattering of European dates. Kompakt have described their new direction as one less filled with pop but a more sombre route – more