Week in Pop: Night Shapes, Roz & the Rice Cakes, Self Care

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Sjimon Gompers | October 7, 2017

Providence, Rhode Island's radicals Roz and the Rice Cakes; press photo courtesy of Jorge Vieira Photography.

With all of our attentions & efforts set toward helping everyone in Puerto Rico, Las Vegas, Texas, Florida & nearly everywhere—Impose’s Week in Pop continues to shine forth lights upon the aesthetics & aesthetes that cast illuminations on both today & tomorrow. Bringing a barrage of breaking exclusives & headline buzz that you may have missed, we heard news that Yaeji announced EP2 available November 3 via Godmode & dropped “drink I’m sippin on”; Monster Rally announced the new album Flowering Jungle available December 15 via Gold Robot & dropped “Sunny Sloth”; Chuck Strangers dropped the video for “Fresh” (ft. cameos from Alchemist, Joey Bada$$, Statik Selektah & The RZA) produced by Alchemist off debut solo joint available soon from Nature Sounds/Pro Era Records; Frankie Rose dropped the video for “Love In Rockets” directed by Sean O’Keefe; DJ Seinfeld announced debut album Time Spent Away From U available November 3 from Lobster Fury & dropped title track; King Krule dropped the Theo Chin visuals ffor “Half Man Half Shark” off The Ooz available October 13 through True Panther Sounds/XL; Caribou’s Dan Snaith announced new Daphni album Joli Mai available October 6 through Jiaolong & dropped “Carry On”; The Flavr Blue dropped the video for “Fetti & Spaghetti”; Radiator Hospital dropped the Nathan Stephens-Griffin video for “Nothing Nice” off the Play The Songs You Like available October 20 from Salinas Records & fall tour dates; Seattle’s SISTERS dropped “Scene Here”; Kllo dropped “Dissolve” off Backwater available October 20 from Ghostly; Blue Hawaii released the new album Tenderness today via Arbutus & dropped “Do You Need Me”; Flat Worms’ self-titled will be available October 20 via Castle Face & they dropped the Kevin M. Gossett video for “Pearl”; Haim dropped the Paul Thomas Anderson video for “Little of Your Love”; DJ Kay Slay dropped “Rose Showers” ft. French Montana, Dave East & Zoey Dollaz; Gigi Rowe dropped “Got That”; J. Hoard dropped “Sirens”; OCS dropped “The Fool”; Noah Kahan dropped “Hurt Somebody”; YG featured on remix of new Lil B track off Black Ken & YG x Ty Dolla $ign dropped “Ex”; Tove Lo dropped the Tim Erem video for “Disco Tits”; Spoon dropped the Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard video for “I Ain’t the One”; The Mountain Goats dropped the Marsh Witch Visions EP; Cap’n Jazz & Hop Along covered Sonic Youth’s “100%”; Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold covered Tom Petty’s “Don’t Come Around Here No More”; Wilco covered Tom Petty’s “The Waiting”; St. Vincent’s Annie Clark & Fiona Apple performed together at Marfa, Texas’s Trans-Pecos Festival & St. Vincent dropped the Willo Perron video for “Los Ageless” off MASSEDUCTION available October 13; Kendrick Lamar announced European tour with James Blake; Lorde touring with Mitski & Run the Jewels & Lorde covered the 1975’s “Somebody Else”; Thom Yorke announced solo gigs; The Jesus Lizard announced December tour dates; Mute & Thames & Hudson announced Mute: A Visual Document book available November 28; Yeah Yeah Yeahs documentary There Is No Modern Romance directed by Patrick Daughters will be available October 20; Travis Scott’s new Ksubi fashion line; Real Estate dropped “In Time” as ACLU benefit via shoe partnership Keep x Real Estate Ramos; Ghostface Killah started a cryptocurrency called Cream Capital; Fyre Media’s Billy McFarland not guilty over wire fraud/false statements pertaining to the Fyre Festival fallout; Fat White Family’s controversial social media post regardingg UK’s Boris Johnson; Marilyn Manson canceled tour dates after Hammerstein Ballroom set piece accident; PARTYNEXTDOOR allegedly busted for possession; Austin’s Sound on Sound Fest canceled; Daptone dropped a Charles Bradley tribute directed by Jeff Broadway & Cory Bailey; Morrissey shared some new singles off the upcoming album Low in High School along with some political banter; we remember DJ Stef; we remember the late great Walter “Bunny” Sigler; and celebrate the life & works of Tom Petty.

As the world continues to turn, it is our honor, pleasure & privilege to present the following interviews, exclusives & insights from Night Shapes, Roz & the Rice Cakes, Self Care, bed., Blaketheman1000, Blush Face, Noah Engel, Spooky Cool, featuring guest selections by Chad Valley & more—in no particular order.

Week in Pop Quick Links (Table of Contents):

1. Night Shapes
2. Roz & the Rice Cakes
3. Self Care
4. bed.
5. Blaketheman1000
6. Blush Face
7. Noah Engel
8. Spooky Cool
9. Week in Pop media roundup
10. Chad Valley’s Week in Pop guest selections

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