Stream And Destroy 02.04.22 // 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.

A pretty stacked edition of Stream And Destroy awaits.


Swedish band Hater announce the release of their much expected album, Sincere, coming on May 6th, 2022 on Fire Records, after the release of their previous material from last summer. This time the band's shoegaze direction is palpable.





With a gloomy psychedelic sound, Tess Parks prepares for her first solo album in nine years. Happy Birthday Forever is part of the upcoming full length, And Those Who Were Seen Dancing, which will be out on April 25th, 2022 via Fuzz Club.





New York-based duo Tempers will have their new album, New Meaning, out on April 1st, 2022 via Dais Records. Single, Nightwalking, is completely characteristic of the band's dark synthpop vibrancy.





The upcoming album by ADULT., Becoming Undone, will be out February 25th, 2022 on Dais Records, and the new single, I Am Nothing, comes with a notably heavy electronic sound and a lot of propulsion.





Secretly Canadian will release Live: Vanquishers, a recently uncovered live album by Songs: Ohia which was recorded in the Netherlands in 2000. The album will be available exclusively to Secretly Society subscribers, and also the members of Static & Distance, the official fan club dedicated to the late Jason Molina.





Thurston Moore's instrumental album, Screen Time, will be released on February 25th, 2022 on Southern Lord. The full length, which was first published as a Bandcamp Friday offering last year, is a collection of instrumental guitar compositions recorded in the summer of 2020 while the world coped with the pandemic lockdowns.





Ghost Poems, Jacob Long's third release as Earthen Sea on Kranky, reshapes the artist's delicate musical vision into something very atmospheric and melancholic. The album comes out on April 15th, 2022.





Montréal-based avant-garde composer and producer, Kee Avil, will release Crease on March 11th, 2022 through Constellation Records, a work of unconventional experimental electronica with post punk and industrial tones, and an overarching minimalist feel. New piece, saf, delineates the artist's well-sharpened eccentricity.





Surrender is the first official compilation by the great Suicide, composed of 16 remastered tracks, and featuring a couple of unreleased pieces, Girl (Unreleased Version) and Frankie Teardrop (First Version).





On March 11th, 2022, London's Black Doldrums will release their debut album, Dead Awake, on Fuzz Club Records, produced by Jared Artaud (The Vacant Lots, Alan Vega). Dark shoegaze, post punk, and psychedelia combine to create a sound which is both familiar and exciting.





bdrmm will release their new EP Port, which includes remixes by Daniel Avery, Working Men's Club, A Place To Bury Strangers, and others. “The idea originally stemmed from us joking about Daniel Avery remixing one of our tracks one day and we just kind of went from there,” explains singer Ryan Smith. “We’d arranged a remix swap with A Place To Bury Strangers and then somehow managed to gather all these other incredible remixes over the space of a few months, and it seemed ridiculous not to release them as one piece of work. It’s a real journey listening to them individually, but back-to-back it really is something.





A new take on Lustmord's Plateau by Bohren & Der Club of Gore will be part of the anticipated The Others (Lustmord Deconstructed) collection. Pelagic Records will release the album on April 1st, 2022.





Blacksmith is a track that I co-wrote with the Krüller producer Jason Begin (Vytear),” explains Tristan Shone aka Author & Punisher in regard to the project's forthcoming album, Krüller, out February 11th, 2022 via Relapse Records. “This one is a bit of an adventure where we go from my slow bending drones and morph into Jason's jungle and breaks with the same halftime bassline and vocals tying it together. Lyrically, this is an ode to Black women-led movements who have been fearlessly leading the way against oppression in this country for a long time."





Post industrial act Dark Worship is a collective helmed by J. Meyers (Axioma, Aureae Crucis), featuring Aaron Dallison (Axioma, Keelhaul, Brain Tentacles, Perdition Sect), Nathan Opposition (Ancient VVisdom, Integrity), and J. Reed (Exorcisme, To Dust). The outfit's new album, Flesh of A Saint, arrives February 25th, 2022 on Tartarus Records.





Another excellent piece of post metal darkness, Blood Moon, New Alliance, comes taken from the upcoming album Débris de Mondes Perdus, by Abraham, which will be out February 25th, 2022 via Pelagic Records. "We used a text which comes from several hundred years in the future as a conceptual centerpiece", the band say. "It is less a story than a kind of chant expressing fears, awe, struggles and lamentations. It is very oral, primitive and heathen, evil and bizarre. One can tell that darkness has obscured minds after having fallen onto the world."





METZ have revealed a new split seven-inch with UK punk band, Adulkt Life. The band's Alex Edkins says of new song, Demolition Row: "It’s quite singular. We’ve never sounded this way before."








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