The Billions Corporation is accepting applications for the position of Office Administrator for our Chicago office. More information on the position, and how to apply, is available here.
Snowmine debuted a new track, “Smoke Signals,” via Interview. In the accompanying interview, lead singer Grayson Sanders says, “Smoke Signals depicts a man who thinks he’s the rescuer, but in reality is more lost than his marooned lover.” Listen to “Smoke Signals.”
Billions would like to proudly announce the latest addition to our roster, Song Exploder. Produced and edited by Hrishikesh Hirway, Song Exploder features musicians taking apart a song, and piece by piece, telling the story of how it was made.
Six Organs of Admittance debuted a new track, “Wax Chance.” The song is featured on the upcoming album, Hexadic, out February 17th via Drag City. This is the band’s first new track since their 2012 release, Ascent. Listen to “Wax Chance” and catch Six Organs of Admittance on tour.
Wu-Tang Clan premiered a new track titled “Necklace.” The song will appear on their 20th anniversary album, A Better Tomorrow, out December 2 via Warner Bros Records. “Necklace” is the fourth track to be previewed off of the album, following “Keep Watch,” “Ron O’Neal,” and “Ruckus in B Minor.” Listen to “Necklace” below.
Hiss Golden Messenger will be performing a track from the album Lateness of Dancers, out now via Merge, tonight on the Late Show with David Letterman. Late Show airs on CBS at 11:35 ET/10:35 CT. Tune in tonight.
Angel Olsen released a new video for the track “Windows.” The song appears on deluxe edition of Burn Your Fire For No Witness out now via Jagjaguwar. The deluxe edition also features the tracks “May As Well” and “All Right Now.” Watch the video for “Windows” below and see Angel Olsen on tour.