Stream And Destroy 01.14.22 // Weekly Roundup

Stream And Destroy is a weekly feature on D//E in which we round up tracks and releases we didn't cover canonically during the current week. It's complementary to our regular posts and publishes on Friday release day. Oddments from previous weeks may appear. The feature now comes with an accompanying playlist on Spotify.

With a slew of intriguing new releases making an impact so early in the year, This is another edition of Stream And Destroy.


Kennedy Ashyln’s SRSQ project will release a new album, expected in Spring 2022 through Dais Records. New song Someday I Will Bask in the Sun is the first example, a piece produced by Chris Coady (Beach House, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio) which displays a new direction for the artist, but is still grounded on ethereal dreampop.




Post metal greats Cult of Luna will release their new album, The Long Road North, on February 11th, 2022. New track, Into the Night, sees the band lingering in even darker territories than usual.




Post rockers And So I Watch You From Afar will release their new album, Jettison, on February 18th, 2022 via Equal Vision/Velocity, and III Lung is the latest single from it.




The exceptionally heavy Maiden Star is the second track off Author & Punisher's anticipated new album, Krüller, out February 11th, 2022, through Relapse Records.




The Shape of Everything is the upcoming album by SOM, including the just revealed super heavy shoegazer, Center. Pelagic Records will release the album on January 21st, 2022.




Ride guitarist and songwriter, Andy Bell, will release his second solo album, Flicker, on February 11th, 2022 via Sonic Cathedral. New single, Something Like Love, finds the artist is a very melodious mode. Bell comments on the album: “The ‘flicker’ I’m talking about is that flame that makes a person who they are. I wanted to find that in myself, so I went back to the teenage me and got some advice on how to live and be happy in the 2020s. The View From Halfway Down was about turning 50 during a time of introspection; Flicker is about gathering the tools to equip myself mentally for life in 2022 and beyond – post-pandemic, post-Brexit, post-truth.




On the heels of her very good recent album, The Path of the Clouds, Marissa Nadler has announced the complimentary EP, The Wrath of the Clouds, including two covers and three previously unreleased tracks written during the full length’s sessions. Seabird, originally by the Alessi Brothers, confirms that Nadler is still very strong and creative when it comes to reimagining the music of other artists.




New Jersey’s Atom Driver have released their newest EP, Is Anything Alright, on Nefarious Industries, featuring current and former members of Deadguy, Good Clean Fun, Buzzkill, and Second Arrows. I've Become a Monster reflects a lot of the band's dynamism.




Drug Church have just unveiled World Impact, another forceful track ahead of their anticipated album, Hygiene, arriving in March 2022 through Pure Noise Records.






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