Sounds like: Hot Chip, Of Montreal Song: Toro y Moi - Buffalo What's so good? On March 7th, Toro Y Moi drops his new studio album What For? You can grab your pre-order here. "Buffalo" is the latest offering off the release, a crisply...Show More Summary
British band Hot Chip is giving you an incentive to buy their new album, rather than stream it. I was already looking forward to British electronic music band Hot Chip's new album Why Make Sense?, which comes out in May. I won't download it from iTunes, though. Show More Summary
You ready for a new Hot Chip album / tour in 2015? We sure are! Hot Chip are easily one of the best bands of the post 2000's, consistently putting out amazing album after amazing album. Seems they will be releasing album number six 'Why...Show More Summary
In my opinion, there isn’t much that beats sitting down to a big serve of hot chips. Sometimes they come wrapped in more than a few layers of butcher’s paper. Other times they arrive in a big bowl with some sort of fancy seasoning and secret sauce on the side. I even know of a [...]
Including songs from Björk, Hot Chip, Sleater-Kinney, Waxahatchee, Viet Cong and Marina and the Diamonds. Read more articles like "Tracking Our Favorite Songs of 2015 #2" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Tracking Our Favorite Songs of 2015 #2 appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
BY OCCUPY THE DISCO / TAD HAES Hot Chip: 'Huarache Lights' Hot Chip’s sixth studio album is on the way with an expected release scheduled for May, and the first single, 'Huarache Lights,' is already prime material. The song includes...
British electronic dance outfit Hot Chip has announced its next album, co-produced by Mark Ralph. Why Make Sense? is set for release on May 18 and you can get a taste of the forthcoming sound with a new track they...
Via Spin Magazine: Hot Chip confirmed that the cryptic teaser video they released last week was indeed hinting at a brand-new record. Why Make Sense? is the British electronic outfit's sixth studio album, and the follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2012 release, In Our Heads. Show More Summary
After teasing us with new music last week, Hot Chip have announced a new album,… Read more articles like "Hot Chip Announce New Album, Why Make Sense?" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Hot Chip Announce New Album, Why Make Sense? appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Hot Chip are back.
Sounds like: Metronomy, LCD Soundsystem, Of Montreal Song: Hot Chip - Huarache Lights What's so good? Believe it or not, Hot Chip already have five studio albums under their belt. Mind you, given that they've been at it since the year...Show More Summary
by Andrew Sacher Last week Hot Chip teased a new album, and today they've officially announced it. It's called Why Make Sense?, will be out on May 18 via Domino, and first single "Huarache Lights" is out now. It continues...
Hot Chip are back! After teasing new music last week with a cryptic website, the band has announced that they’ll be releasing their sixth album, Why Make Sense?, in May. They’ve also shared the lead single: It’s called “Huarache Lights,” and comes along with a video directed by Andy Knowles all in one take and [...]
UK indietronica outfit will return in May with their sixth LP.
Last year, Hot Chip’s frontman Alexis Taylor put out his first solo album, Awaits Barbarians, but the chirpy British group haven’t released anything as a collective since 2012?s In Our Heads. In an interview last year, Taylor confirmed that Hot Chip were indeed working on new material together, and a cryptic tweet today suggests that [...]
Looks like Hot Chip are finally ready to follow 2012's great In Our Heads. The band posted a teaser with the words "Why Make Sense?" which appears to suggest that their sixth album will out on Domino this year....
Check out an all-too-brief video featuring the words "Why Make Sense?" Read more articles like "Hot Chip Tease New Music" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Hot Chip Tease New Music appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
CHiPs respond to hot sauce crash that shuts down freeway (pe.com)
Samsung is reportedly dropping the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 in favor of its own Exynos solutions. The Qualcomm chip, according to rumor, is running too hot for the upcoming mobile device.