D//E Playlist: Stream And Destroy Vol. 14

End of the month means a new volume of Stream And Destroy, as usual. Vol. 14 collects those great tracks that kept surfacing throughout April 2019, the ones we did not cover at length, but still admire and enjoy.

LA synthpop band, Cold Showers, return with their anticipated, third album, Motionless, on Dais Records, introduced by Faith, a synth-laced, and very much cultivated single. Institute come forth with Readjusting The Locks through Sacred Bones and show a more melodious side of theirs via their fresh single, Deadlock, while Orange County hardcore band, Fury, have a new album coming too, Failed Entertainment, through Run For Cover Records, bringing to life the existential character of their strong songwriting.

Pinkish Black revealed a psychedelic ripper, the impressive lead single of their upcoming fourth album, Concept Unification, which will be out through metal experts, Relapse Records.

Aussie punks, Amyl & The Sniffers, continue building a strong reputation around their name, and Got You is a firm example of their resolute and fierce sound. Their self-titled debut album comes next month on ATO Records. Dutch indie rocker Pip Blom has also a debut record in the works, Boat, which is ready for a late May release via Heavenly Recordings / PIAS.

Out of Buffalo, NY, dreampop newcomers, Coral Collapse, have just released their debut album, Don't Wait to See Me Say Goodbye, via Admirable Traits Records, presenting a wistfully sweet, gazey direction through the first single, Atlantic, while Swedes, Beverly Kills, keep on gaining acclaim for their well crafted post punk sound, and In This Dim Light / Melodrama was the band's first ever physical release through Australian indie label, Hell Beach.

LA quartet, Ramonda Hammer, bring back fond memories of the nineties through the guitar driven and hard hitting, Hoax, part of their first full length, I Never Wanted Company, out June 14th, 2019 on New Professor Music. San Francisco's Beauty Queen offers a beautifully hazy bedroom dreampop sound, aptly represented by the title track of her just released debut EP, Out of Touch.

Also freshly out is the debut long player, Autwik, by Russian band, Chkbns, a presentation of skillfully constructed, ethereal and misty dreampop sounds, while North Carolinian act, Day & Dream, marry sixties' surf pop with elements from shoegaze and post punk on their poetically titled debut record, With Every Breath You Die.

01. Cold Showers - Faith
02. Institute - Deadlock
03. Fury - Mono No Aware
04. Pinkish Black - Until
05. Amyl and The Sniffers - Got You
06. Pip Blom - Ruby
07. Coral Collapse - Atlantic
08. Beverly Kills - In This Dim Light
09. Ramonda Hammer - Hoax
10. Beauty Queen - Out of Touch
11. Chkbns - Old Soul
12. Day & Dream - Night Lights


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