Stream And Destroy 08.27.21 // 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.

Artists sell out all the time, but the underground will always be thriving. If only popular culture could provide something adequate to compete with what the highbrow kids are listening these days, we would be having ourselves challenge, but that doesn't seem likely for now. Here's another edition of Stream And Destroy.


Jonnine Standish and Nigel Yang aka the beloved HTRK set up their new label, N & J Blueberries, and reveal new track, Kiss Kiss and Rhinestones, the first example off their coming full length, Rhinestones.




Shoegazers Lacing offer their own dark interpreation of Nirvana's Something In The Way, simply titled Something, and released as a seven-inch through Bummer Recordings.




Marissa Nadler has a new album ready for release, The Path of the Clouds, expected on October 29th, 2021 through Sacred Bones and Bella Union, and the first single, Bessie, Did You Make It?, is a dark Americana number with a traditional feel.




Veteran shoegaze/alternative rock band, Film School, reveal another single ahead of their new album, We Weren’t Here, their sixth full length in total, expected through Sonic Ritual.




King Dude put out a wholesome 14-track compilation of covers and unreleased songs. His take on Springsteen's State Trooper is right on par with the gothic Americana attributes for which he's stood out in the past.




No strangers to the film scoring world, the great Explosions In The Sky have returned with their music for Big Bend: The Wild Frontier Of Texas, a new documentary on PBS about the National Park in southwest Texas, the band’s home.




Californian hardcore band, Drain, turn toward a fiercer thrash metal direction on their new single, Watch You Burn, on their new home, Epitaph Records.




W.H. Lung's evident turn toward a more danceable electronic pop sound becomes even more discernible on their vibrant new single, Gd Tym, which comes with a very well made video which according to the band’s own Joe Evans, it "sees a drag queen sweep like a flame through a town in need of a party. She moves through the scenes bringing fierceness and love, fulfilling her divine task, before disappearing back into the land."




Celebrating the first ever vinyl release of their 2000 album, Flood, Boris unveiled two previously unissued live videos, one from 1999, and another from 2018. The new vinyl edition of the album is out through Third Man Records.






Noise/stoner rockers Rebreather announced new album The Line, Its Width, and the War Drone, scheduled for release on December 3rd, 2021, and unveiled Drown, a super heavy and atmospheric new single and video, in collaboration with Frayle, their labelmates on Aqualamb Records.




Hard rockers Lucifer return with new album, LUCIFER IV, which will be released on October 29th, 2021 on Century Media, and the first single and video, Bring Me His Head, abounds in hard rock classicality and seventies horror-inspired imagery.








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