Stream And Destroy 07.16.21 // 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.

Summer inertia creeps, resulting in this being the first S&D in three weeks, still, high levels of quality and engagement are once again guaranteed.

Multi-instrumentalist Madeline Johnston aka Midwife released one more track ahead of the coming Luminol, the artist’s third full length. Colorado is another hypnotic track from the very moody album which just came out through The Flenser.

Electro duo Xeno & Oaklander returned with the announcement of their coming album Vi/deo on Dais Records, and the first single, Infinite Sadness, comes with a dark experimental approach.

Pop. 1280 return to introduce the follow up to 2019’s Way Station with the dark, industrial-tinged post punk track, Noncompliant. The band’s new album, Museum On The Horizon, comes out in Fall 2021.

Okkultokrati will be releasing a new split EP with Maggot Heart on September 24th, 2021, and the first example Wolfssegen combines hard hitting rock ‘n’ roll with extreme metal in the Norwegian band’s own unique way.

Hong Kong’s finest, Lucid Express, reveal a nice visual for the title track of their very fine new album which is just being released through Kanine Records. The new video was created by London artist Nick Scott, who has been the graphic designer for The Cribs throughout their career and has worked with many other great bands.

Brooklyn band Women of The Night make the most of their traditional garage rock, and tone things down a bit more with the lyrically strong heartbreaker, The Blackened Hearts Of Desire. The band’s second album, Sub Rosa, has just been out through Declared Goods and UK label Heavy Soul.

Thou, the most restless band in heavy rock today, comes back with a collection which brings together older tracks from various splits, as well as songs re-recorded with the current lineup.

Also known through his Buffy-themed moniker Xander Harris, experimental electronica composer Justin Sweatt released a very atmospheric ambient album under his own name. When the Light Goes was written between 2019 and 2021, in New Orleans and Dallas.

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