LANY – Someone Else


LA trio by way of Nashville LANY have just released a new song in advance of their tour that kicks off tonight in the district (supporting Tove Stryke) at DC9. The new jam, “Someone Else” is a silky smooth pop ballad that shows a softer side to the band than previous efforts. Be sure to check them out if you happen to occupy any of the locales listed on their tour schedule below.

Supporting Tove Styrke:
May 04 | DC9 Nightclub, Washington, DC, US
May 05 | The Underground Arts, Philadelphia, PA, US
May 07 | The Studio at Webster Hall, New York, NY, US
May 08 | Rough Trade NYC, Brooklyn, NY, US
May 09 | The Middle East Upstairs, Cambridge, MA, US
May 11 | The Shelter, Detroit, MI, US
May 12 | Schuba’s Tavern, Chicago, IL, US
May 13 | Triple Rock Social Club, Minneapolis, MN, US
May 16 | The Media Club, Vancouver, BC, Canada
May 17 | The Crocodile, Seattle, WA, US
May 18 | Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, OR, US
May 20 | The Chapel, San Francisco, CA, US
May 21 | Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA, US    


Maudlin Strangers tour:
June 18 | Constellation Room in Santa Ana
June 19 | The Rebel Lounge in Phoenix, AZ
June 20 | Beauty Bar in Las Vegas, NV
June 22 | The Loading Dock in Salt Lake City
June 24 | El Corazon in Seattle, WA
June 25 | Hawthorne Theatre Lounge in Portland, OR
June 29 | Bottom Of The Hill in San Francisco, CA
July 1 | The Echo in Los Angeles

July 31 | Lollapalooza in Chicago, IL

RMX ROUNDUP: Jessie Ware + Alex Adair / LANY + Ferdinand Weber / Rhye + Nick Monaco


This week’s Remix Roundup starts off with the sumptuous new rework of Jessie Ware‘s new single, “Say You Love Me,” courtesy of Alex Adair. The young UK producer won us over with his debut track, “Make Me Feel Better,” and now he’s managed to trump himself with this rousing Ware reinterpretation that is dare we say it — better than the original. Stream below and you’ll understand.

Next is the upbeat, shimmering new mix of “ILYSB” that dropped last month from the nascent LA outfit LANY. Germany’s Ferdinand Weber gives the pop track a tropical house makeover, rendering it dance floor-ready.

And last but not least we have SF producer Nick Monaco‘s recent retouch of Rhye‘s “3 Days.” Turning up the tempo ever so slightly, Monaco stays true to the soulful original while suffusing it with some synth-coated minerals. Pick up a free download on SoundCloud and look out for Monaco’s debut LP, Mating Call to drop September 9 via Soul Clap Records.