Week in Pop: Banny Grove, Beasteater, Mean Jolene

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ACTORS, Black Ferns, Chairman Dances, Rodney Cromwell, guest selections by Sammus.

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Sjimon Gompers | September 16, 2016

Welcome to the wonderful/incredible world of Louise Chicoine's Banny Grove; photographed by Nicky Giraffe.

Forget the mobile phone buzz blitz and the political polemic hype; Impose’s Week in Pop presents a unique look at the artists & art that matters with a variety of the latest developments. Following some of the week’s biggest stories, Kim Gordon dropped “Murdered Out” produced by Justin Raisen featuring Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa on drums; Lower Dens dropped the new single & video for “Real Thing” directed SSION while touring with Explosions In The Sky; Mykki Blanco dropped “My Nene” featuring Woodkid off the just released album Mykki; FKA twigs getting festive for the Veuve Clicquot Widow Series in London October 27-28; The Men announced their new album Devil Music available November 11 from the band’s own imprint We Are The Men Records & dropped “Lion’s Den”; Danny Brown dropped “Rolling Stone” ft. Petite Noir off Atrocity Exhibition available September 30 from Warp; Radiohead dropped the Paul Thomas Anderson video for “Present Tense”; DJ Shadow is apparently working on a remix album of his mid 90s debut Endtroducing…; K.Flay dropped the video for “Blood In The Cut”; Monster Rally announced the new album Mystery Cove available November 11 from Gold Robot Records & dropped “Pelicans”; Sampha dropped the Alex Lill video for “Blood on Me”; Brodinski dropped The Sour Patch Kid mixtape; Nick Murphy, fka Chet Faker, dropped “Fear Less”; Schoolboy Q dropped the video for “Overtime” featuring Miguel & Justine Skye; Ty Segall & Mikal Cronin covered Neil Young’s “Down By the River” at LA’s Teragram Ballroom; Wavves covered Weezer’s “You Gave Your Love to Me Softly”; first Aphex Twin performance announced, the first in nearly a decade; watch Travis Scott’s short film La Flame he made with Tucker Tripp; Warpaint dropped the video for “New Song” off new album Heads Up available September 23; Miles Mosley’s UPRISING will be available January 27 from Alpha Pup / World Galaxy; La Sera dropped “Queens” off upcoming Queens EP available September 30 from Polyvinyl; Polyvinyl is celebrating their big twentieth anniversary with the comp Polyvinyl Plays Polyvinyl available November 25; new J Dilla 12″ The Middle Finger available October 5 from Rappcats to feature Kanye West’s version of “The Anthem”; Dumb Numbers dropped the Adam Harding directed video for “Unbury the Hatchet” that has all the cameos; The Game’s 1992 will be available October 14 from Entertainment One/5th Amendment/Blood Money & dropped the Meek Mill diss “92 Bars”; Tangergine Dream’s “Stranger Things” covers; hype for Jim Jarmusch’s new Stooges doc Gimme Danger; Beyoncé’s Lemonade inspired Snoop Dogg to title his album Coolaid; Darkthrone’s Fenriz got elected to his own home town council in Kolbotn, Norway; A$AP Rocky versus a former NYC landlord; Timbaland is no longer on the “Empire” tv show music team; Thom Yorke’s Rag & Bone 2017 Spring/Summer collection show song; Kid Cudi epic tweets; Allo Darlin’ are calling it a day; the Wrens’ hero Charles Bissell has kicked cancer into remission; and Morrissey announced the MPORIUM pop-up shop September 24-25 at Brooklyn’s Sugar Mutts Rescue.

Switching gears we bring you the latest breaking media, insights, exclusives, & interviews from Banny Grove, Beasteater, Mean Jolene, Black Ferns, The Chairman Dances, ACTORS, The Foreign Resort, Lance Bangs, Rodney Cromwell, Sam Brown featuring guest selections by Sammus & more—in no particular order.

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