Stream And Destroy 04.28.23 // 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.

Better Lovers, fresh group led by Greg Puciato from The Dillinger Escape Plan and composed of three ex-members of Every Time I Die, has emerged. Will Putney, who frequently produced Every Time I Die, is also a member of the band.

Oxbow, the always forward-thinking, experimental quartet, is set to unveil their first new music in six years. Love's Holiday comes out on July 21st, 2023, through Ipecac. The album's first single, 1000 Hours, has been released, featuring Roger Joseph Manning Jr, together with a video directed by John David Levy.

Julie Christmas has recently unveiled her latest single, marking her first release in thirteen years. Not Enough is the artist’s newest track since her album The Bad Wife from 2010.

Loma Prieta are making a comeback with a new full length. Last will be available on June 30th, 2023 through Deathwish Inc., and its debut single, accompanied by a music video, is Glare.

Jaye Jayle are set to release their new album, Don't Let Your Love Life Get You Down, which explores a relatively more optimistic outlook, and has just released the video for its lead single Black Diamonds and Bad Apples. The album will be available on July 14th, 2023 through Pelagic Records.

Agriculture, a fresh black metal band signed with The Flenser, is set to release their self-titled debut album on July 21st, 2023. The album's first example, Look Pt. 1, features Patrick Shiroishi on saxophone and showcases the band's diverse approach to extreme metal.

Lee Buford from The Body and Dylan Walker from Full of Hell make up the experimental duo Sightless Pit. They have released a new music video for their fantastic single Resin on a Knife, featuring Midwife, off their album Lockstep Bloodshed.

KEN mode has released their second single of the year, I Cannot, following the release of Painless from last month. Neither of these tracks is featured on the band's excellent 2022 album, NULL.

HEALTH have made a return with a new single, HATEFUL, which they co-wrote with SIERRA. The song includes backing vocals from Leo Ashline of Street Sects.

Body of Light has revealed the details of their fourth album, Bitter Reflection, which is set to be released on June 30th, 2023 through Dais Records. The album's debut single is This Conversation.

Temple of Angels, from Austin, have joined the roster of Run for Cover and revealed the lead single from their first full length album. Tangled in Joy is a dreampop exemplar which brings to mind the ethereal sounds of Cocteau Twins mingled with a more accessible nineties alt rock style.

Synthpop / darkwave duo are The KVB are set to release the new album, Artefacts (Reimaginings From The Original Psychedelic Era), on May 12th, 2023 through Cleopatra Records. The album will feature covers of songs by Them, The Troggs, and The Pretty Things, among many others, and their version of Status Quo's Pictures of Matchstick Men has been unveiled.

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