Stream And Destroy 01.21.22 // 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 their signature soulful wistfulness intact, Tindersticks will release a new anthology including the new song, Both Sides of the Blade, from Claire Denis' new movie, Avec amour et acharnement. The video for the song was directed by Stuart A. Staples.

David Eugene Edwards’ Wovenhand is preparing for a new album, this time with full collaboration with Chuck French from Planes Mistaken For Stars. Silver Sash will be out February 4th, 2022 from Glitterhouse Records.

Normal Never Was – Revelations – The Remix Compilation, is a collection of remixes of songs originally by dark punk legends, Crass, part of their The Feeding of the Five Thousand Remix Project. A brilliant remix of Women comes courtesy of 65daysofstatic.

New Yorkers Bambara continue on their rising path, with their new album, Love on My Mind, coming on February 25th, 2022. New video and single, Birds, portrays the band's somber tone.

Darkwave act, Death Loves Veronica, unveiled new, industrial-tinged single, When I Was Dead, featuring Tim Skold. The project’s upcoming album is expected to include a different version of the single.

Unreleased Sonic Youth material produced between 2000 and 2010 will be included on the upcoming five-song release, In/Out/In. In & Out is a seven-plus-minute psychedelic noise rock track which reflects the great band's experimental attitude.

Swiss post-metal band E-L-R will be releasing their second album, Vexier, on March 11th, 2022 via Prophecy Productions, and the dark and venturous Seeds is the latest single and video off it.

Brooklyn’s Krallice will release their new album, Crystalline Exhaustion, the follow up to last year’s Demonic Wealth. The 14-minute title track, an amalgamation of instrumental atmospherics and black metal, is the album's debut single.

Engine Kid returned reunited in 2021, some thirty years after their beginnings, to hang out and create new music. The result was the Special Olympics EP released by Southern Lord late last year. The band has just released a music video for Patty: Tania, the EP's second single.

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